The Audit Principal – Nonprofit Organizations consults and works collaboratively and successfully with Partners, Principals and all staff levels at the firm to ensure seamless integrated services. Also, works with our nonprofit clients to understand their business and industry in order to provide exceptional client service, insights and support. The position will help lead and grow our firm’s Nonprofit Practice and assist with developing and executing our nonprofit practice strategy, objectives, and business development initiatives. The expectation is that this role could lead to a Partner opportunity within our firm.
Nurtures long term relationships with our clients – develops a partnership with the clients to identify issues and trends and identify innovative solutions and ideas
Maintains current knowledge and understanding of the audit practice to add value to clients and be seen as a technical go to within the nonprofit practice
Maintains current knowledge of professional standards, laws and regulations, and corporate governance requirements
Advises clients and the audit practice on various economic and regulatory risks, resolves complex accounting issues, and understands proficiently GAAP, GAAS, GAGAS, and Uniform Guidance
Writes technical consultation memos on GAAP / GAAS / GAGAS / Uniform Guidance issues, and assessing financial reporting control systems
Ensures work papers and client deliverables are accurate, of high quality and comply with the required firm and professional standards
Manages compliance and quality control and works with peer reviewers/inspectors to ensure professional standards are met
Works with Partners and other Principals to develop and conduct training for the nonprofit practice and our nonprofit clients
Collaborates with Partners and others within the firm to successfully develop and execute our new business development initiatives in the nonprofit practice
Leads team members as assigned, assisting them with mentoring, goal setting, reviewing and discussing career paths
Oversees all phases of assigned audit, compilation or review engagements, including information return filings
Education, Skills and Experience:
10+ years of nonprofit audit experience
Ability to bring in new business – generating leads, making contacts and securing clients
Yellow Book and Uniform Guidance experience preferred
Form 990/990-PF experience preferred
About Edelstein & Company LLP
All CPA firms are guided by the same accounting principles, audit rules and tax regulations. Ultimately the most important difference between firms comes down to the people, their professional expertise, and the service they deliver.
At Edelstein, we’re not all bar charts and balance sheets. We’re curious, involved, and engaged. We’re devoted to an experience that revolves around our clients’ personal and business goals, not around formulas and ratios.
We are a firm with 10 partners and 70 professionals serving hundreds of clients of varying industries in the following areas: accounting, advisory, audit & assurance, business services, business valuation, forensic accounting, global advisory, healthcare advisory, individual services, and tax services. This past year we were ranked by the Boston Business Journal as one of the 25 largest public accounting firms in the Boston area. Also, we were recently recognized as a top 50 “Best of the Best” Certified Public Accounting firms in the country by Inside Public Accounting, a national industry publication. Our growth over the past few years has been exciting but we have purposely managed that growth to ensure that the same level ...of client service is given now as was provided when founder Alan Edelstein was a sole practitioner over forty years ago.
Our work doesn’t end with getting the numbers right; that’s where it begins.
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