You may be looking around for various reasons –
- Currently in Big 4 and working crazy hours? OR
- Working for a small audit practice and feeling the exposure/training is lacking? OR
- Feel that your salary is lower than market rate? OR
- There is no room for you to move up into an Assistant Manager or Manager role in the near future? OR
- Worked for the one firm since graduation and would like to experience another office environment? OR
- Finding you aren’t learning anymore, need a new set of clients and industries?
- Exposure – Everything from risk consulting to financial statement audit. SMEs to large corporates including public listed.
- Front line – Be the primary point of contact and lead multiple engagements with teams of up to 5 supporting you.
- Variety– Get exposure to special projects and reports – Partners will delegate a mix of alternative work to you as it is required by clients to ensure you are learning new issues and concepts that you may have not seen before.
- Life – This office prides themselves on their standard work hours. They ensure that they are well-resourced when it comes to staffing so no one is doing long hours.
- Travel – International networks with secondments available around the world if this is something that appeals to the individual they will work with them to make it happen.
- Team – Work with like-minded professionals. During the interview you will notice the focus on personality and culture fit as it is important that everyone enjoys working together as well as doing social team building activities as well.
- Development– Big money is spent on training and development programs for the staff. Fortnightly technical sessions, external specialists invited to conduct sessions in the office, soft skill training on areas such as leadership and communication.
- Minimum 3 years of external audit experience in public practice
- Professional qualification