Accounting Advisory – Senior Manager

Senior Manager – Accounting Advisory

Senior Managers at CFGI will work closely with ‘C-level’ management of FTSE 100, mid-cap, and start-up companies. CFGI Senior Managers lead project teams and interact with clients and their Big 4 auditors on all aspects of engagements, including report writing, developing and managing client relationships, and business development.


Take ownership of your career at CFGI:

·       Gain exposure to a wide range of industries and/or projects.

·       Make a true business impact with your clients.

·       Own projects from start to finish.

·       Experience client interaction and thrive in a client-facing role.

·       Be consistently challenged and learn through a collegial environment created from top tier experts hired within the firm.

·       Enjoy the flexibility of office/remote/client site work locations (engagement specific).

·       Create your own path.

·       Enjoy what you do!


What you might expect:

·       Interact with clients’ executive team and auditors, serving as a subject matter expert, leading clients through complex accounting issues and driving conclusions.

·       Lead client engagement and own client delivery on operational due diligence for complex transactions (i.e. – IPO’s, acquisitions and divestitures, stock offerings, and debt raises).

·       Drive client deliverables of financial and regulatory information in accordance with regulatory requirements.

·       Serve as a subject expert matter on projects related to new accounting standards.

·       Lead process improvement projects and implementation of changes.

·       Mentor managers and consultants, acting as a moral and ethical role model, fostering engagement team professional growth, and providing constructive and actionable feedback.

·       Lead firm initiatives and identify areas for improvements.

·       Play an active role in the firm’s recruiting efforts, client relationship building, and business development efforts.


Who you are:

·       An undergraduate degree in Accounting – ACA, ACCA, CPA and/or MBA combined with solid accounting experience will be considered in lieu of a degree in accounting.

·       Eight plus years of experience in public accounting and/or industry accounting and /or finance.

·       Outstanding interpersonal, written, and oral communication skills with an ability to assimilate easily into teams.

·       Strong technical skills and a working knowledge of IFRS, UK GAAP and US GAAP.

·       Proactive in identifying client needs and effective in building a strong relationship with clients.

·       Highly organized and focused and demonstrates the ability to set overall engagement expectations and direction.

·       Effective analytical and critical thinking abilities.

·       Entrepreneurial nature, self-motivated, ethical, and dependable.

·       Commitment to quality client service, focusing on ensuring positive resolutions to conflicts.

·       Consistently seek opportunities to enhance your skills by attending higher-level training, developing firm training materials, and enhancing the overall firm knowledge base.