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September 21, 2023

Accountingfly Featured Job of the Week: Experienced Staff Accountant With Gursey | Schneider

Accountingfly's featured job this week is an experienced accountant with Gursey | Schneider in Los Angeles, California.

Position:

Experienced Staff Accountant

Location:

Los Angeles, CA

Employer:

Gursey | Schneider

Requirements:

Licensed California CPA with 3 to 4 years recent Big Four audit and/or tax experience; excellent oral and written communication skills

Gursey | Schneider LLP is a premier Los Angeles accounting firm with more than 140 talented partners and staff. We're a large and respected firm and our entire corporate culture is about supporting each other in and out of the office, working as teams within our practice areas and promoting positive morale. So from the very beginning, our people are oriented towards making a difference in their own lives–and in yours.

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