September 19, 2020

Hiring Watch ’19: RSM Planning to Add to Its KC Headcount

Not Kansas City, KS, but Kansas City, MO, where in July 2020, RSM will be moving into a swanky new office space currently being developed in Country Club Plaza.

RSM will occupy all of the ninth floor and half of the 10th floor in the 14-story, 214,000-square-foot office tower that will be called 46 Penn Centre, according to Kansas City Business Journal. The accounting firm currently takes up residence in an office building less than a mile away from where its new home will be.

But enough about where RSM is going to work; let’s talk about who is going to work there. Who knows, it could be you!

Although the company has 220 local employees, it plans to grow its Kansas City office up to 400 employees over the next several years, and cited its growth as a reason for the move.

“We are very excited about moving into our new office space on the Plaza next year and to continue to grow our presence here in Kansas City,” Ed Bartak, RSM’s Kansas City office managing partner, said in a Tuesday release. “This new space will be a unique working environment for our current team, a space we can continue to engage the greater Kansas City community as well as provide the much-needed space for continued growth.”

So go to r/accounting, get 20 different opinions on how your resume should look, polish up that turd, and send it in to RSM. I’m sure you’ll be hired and dressing your kid up like Andy Reid in no time.

 

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