Manager Accounting Policy
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|Status:||Inactive / Filled|
|Title:||Manager Accounting Policy|
|Job Location:||Washington, DC|
|Base Compensation:||$80,000 — $125,000|
|Total Compensation:||$85,000 — $130,000|
|Employment Type:||Full Time / Direct Hire|
WHY IS THIS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY?
Company is a prestigious regulatory organization which helps create policy/guidelines for the audit/accounting field. Salary is in the six figures plus bonus. Great work/life balance, great benefits and growth oppt....definitely a rare find!! This is an opportunity to really influence the accounting profession and be the subject matter expert on technical matters that impact the accounting/audit field. This person would have high exposure to the most senior executives, CEO's, audit committees, and board of directors of major firms. Participate in critical meetings, conduct technical research, analyze current market developments, coordinate efforts with the PCAOB, SEC, FASB, write technical accounting memos, etc. Significant interaction with executives of member firms and regulatory agencies.
JOB DESCRIPTIONWe are seeking an experienced public auditing professional to manage and support technical and policy-related projects for cross-functional working groups and task forces. The successful candidate will identify, develop, and seek consensus on emerging technical and public policy issues affecting the public company auditing profession, and will help develop actionable recommendations for the advancement of the strategic priorities. The position is located in Washington DC. Responsibilities Working closely with leadership: • Research, analyze, and develop materials used in the preparation of comment letters on key regulatory policy proposals issued by the PCAOB, SEC, FASB, etc. Bring technical knowledge to bear in drafting and editing comment letters; preparing related analysis, meeting materials, etc. • Analyze current market developments and prepare draft technical communications for stakeholders, including alerts, white papers, and webcasts for auditors of public companies. • Help coordinate activities and meetings of committees, task forces, and working groups involving member firms and other stakeholders: contribute to / lead the creation of meeting materials based on input from senior staff and committee / task force representatives; participate in / lead group calls, articulating views; research, analyze, and develop discussion documents and meeting summaries / highlights; document issues arising from these meetings that are of interest to other members and profession representatives. • Respond to technical inquiries regarding public company auditing. • Stay abreast of PCAOB and SEC technical and policy developments and those of federal regulatory agencies through appropriate professional meetings, outreach, and communication. • Attend industry or regulatory meetings on issues relating to the public company auditing profession and provide highlights, including policy and strategic implications, to team members. • Participate in ad-hoc technical meetings and contribute to related projects. • Help foster a positive working relationship between members of the profession, and regulatory staff.
CPA Public accounting or auditing experience Working with publicly traded companies
Certified Public Accountant
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