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Manager Assurance

United States, Arkansas, Little Rock
February 14, 2024

Job Summary: Manage assurance engagements through all phases of the audit process with limited supervision in various industries including nonprofit, manufacturing, oil and gas, professional services, health care, governmental, wholesale/distribution, and financial institution companies, taking a leadership role with audit staff and seniors.

  • Lead by example; actively live out and promote the firm's core values HT3 and service standards.
  • Review, research and analyze financial statement issues utilizing various electronic sources and software
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of client operations in order to assess internal controls and provide value-added, business processes and solutions to company management
  • Gain client confidence through quality work and effective communication, maintaining a positive and professional relationship
  • Effectively communicate with clients regarding technical issues
  • Manage client contacts and organize communications with complex clients
  • Manage complex audit tasks through completion of the engagement
  • Supervise, train and mentor assurance staff and seniors to ensure timely completion of projects and proper development
  • Develop, distribute and communicate assurance staff and senior reviews
  • Participate in department and Firm administration/management
  • Assist in niche development activities as needed
  • Promote a proprietary interest in the Firm and its clients
  • Be an effective communicator and team player
  • Define personal career goals and evaluate through the performance goals process and assist in development of senior and staff expectations
  • Effectively manage Firm resources as they relate to the economics of job performance, including management of budgets and billing process
  • Maintain and expand knowledge of auditing and accounting standards through review of periodicals and participation in Firm continuing education meetings
  • Attend and participate in advanced assurance training
  • Participate in professional, business and community organizations
  • Serve on various Firm committees, as assigned
  • Expected level of chargeable time is 1,500, within the context of 2,250 hour year
  • Adhere to the Firm's quality control standards
  • Participate in staff recruiting activities, as needed
  • Minimal travel


  • Bachelor's degree in accounting from an accredited college
  • CPA in the state of Oklahoma or Arkansas, in the process of obtaining
  • Minimum of five (5) years of public accounting experience
  • Understanding of generally accepted auditing standards, generally accepted accounting principles (FASB, GAAP, OCBOA) and industry specific rules
  • Strong research, organizational, computer (paperless auditing with Caseware application, Internet-based research and Microsoft Office application) and analytical skills
  • Ability to manage concurrent engagements
  • A desire to provide exceptional client service with the highest level of integrity
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines


While performing the duties of this job the employee will regularly be required to sit, stand, reach, walk, drive, kneel, crouch, crawl and lift and/or move up to 25 lbs.

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