Lane Gorman Trubitt, PLLC
  • 21-Jun-2017 to 20-Jan-2018 (CST)
  • ASD
  • Dallas, TX, USA
  • Salaried
  • Salary
  • Full Time

medical/dental/vision insurance, HSA/FSA, 401k profit sharing plan, wellness program, life insurance/short-term disability, CPA Bank and study hall, tuition reimbursement, continuing professional education

Staff II accountants have demonstrated an ability to capably perform the functions of a staff accountant and to take on certain more complex tasks. Staff II accountants are given a wide variety of diversified assurance assignments under the supervision of different professionals. Performance is judged based on the quality of work, application of accounting knowledge, and ability to meet time and budget constraints.

Essential Functions:

  1. Reconcile accounts to control accounts during audit.
  2. Perform schedule computations, including but not limited to property and equipment and related depreciation expense.
  3. Perform audit or review procedures as assigned by supervisors.
  4. Assist in preparing and proofing financial statements, tax returns, and other documents.
  5. Perform other accounting, auditing, and tax duties as needed on engagements and as assigned by supervisory personnel.
  6. Perform detailed audit procedures.                                                                                           
  7. Draft audit reports including financials and footnote disclosures.
  8. Plan and perform small audit engagements.
  9. Draft representation letters and engagement letters.
  10. Complete disclosure checklists.
  11. Suggest comments for management letters found through audit or review procedures.
  12. Plan and complete agreed upon procedure engagements.
  13. Keep supervisor apprised of progress and any problems or issues in order to meet established deadlines and maintain budget.

Other Functions:

  1. May be asked to perform in-charge responsibilities including all phases of an engagement through report preparation and tax return preparation.
  2. May supervise the workflow of other staff accountants.
  3. Participate in firm's practice development efforts and other duties as assigned.


Education, Experience and Required Skills:

  1. Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting.
  2. Previous experience as an auditor in public accounting - minimum 1 year.
  3. Acquired or currently pursuing 150 hours of college credit/qualifications in Accounting in order to set for the Uniform CPA Examination.
  4. Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel (2010 or Windows 7).
  5. Well-rounded knowledge of accounting principles.
  6. Ability to communicate clear and concise English both in writing and verbally.
  7. Superior interpersonal skills applicable to client environment.
  8. Ability to keep supervisors apprised of progress and problems and review timely to meet established deadlines.
  9. Ability to complete assigned tasks on time and within budget.
  10. Ability to recognize accounting and/or auditing issues while working on assigned areas and bring them to the attention of the in-charge on the engagement.
  11. Minimum of 20 hours of continuing professional education is required each year to maintain and develop technical and business skills with a total of 120 hours every three years.

Working Conditions:

  1. Occasional in-town travel to meetings, seminars and clients' offices using personal vehicle.
  2. Overtime work required throughout the year based on audit scheduling. Heavy overtime work required from mid-January to April 15; may be in excess of 50 hours per week.


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