Featured Job of the Week: Corporate Auditor with PulteGroup in Atlanta, Ga.

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Our featured job this week is a Corporate Auditor with PulteGroup in Atlanta, Ga.

Position:

Corporate Auditor

Location:

Atlanta, Ga.

Employer:

PulteGroup

Requirements:

Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Accounting or Finance; 2-5 years of public accounting audit or advisory experience or other relevant work experience; Prior SOX compliance audit experience required; Excellent interpersonal and customer service skills; Strong verbal and written communication skills; Solid organizational and project management skills; Positive attitude, desire to learn, self-motivated and an effective team player; Approx. 25% to 30% travel – all domestic; CPA or CPA track required.

About the role at PulteGroup:

A role in our Corporate Audit group is a great opportunity to develop an in-depth knowledge of the homebuilding business and the Company’s policies and procedures. This position provides visibility to our homebuilding operations throughout the country, regular interaction with personnel from various disciplines, and exposure to Division and Corporate leadership.

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