August 16, 2022

Multiple Project-Based CPAs Needed: Remote, Atlanta ($35-$90 per hour)

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Ever wondered what it’s like to be your own boss? It’s now possible for highly skilled CPAs straight out of public accounting to take control of their own careers. CPAs across the country are leveraging Beech Valley for high-paying, interesting accounting projects that fit around their schedules.

Beech Valley has the following project needs. If you’re interested in any of these opportunities, take 30 seconds and apply here. Please let us know the opportunity or opportunities to which you are applying!

Technical Accounting Guru – $75 to $90 per hour (Travel to Atlanta, Ga.):

The role:

An Atlanta-based company requires a manager level resource to update and create GAAP compliant technical accounting memos for multiple FSLIs, and also to perform FP&A-related tasks with senior management.

This is a multi-month project, with the likelihood of being extended.

Interested in learning more? Contact us!

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA or CPA inactive required.
  • 7+ Years public accounting and/or advisory experience, including sufficient experience writing technical accounting memos.
  • Proficiency in US GAAP and GAAS.
  • Outstanding client service and communication skills.

Bilingual SOX Consultant – $50 to $65 per hour (Remote or travel):

URGENT NEED

The role:

Our client is seeking multiple experienced professionals with significant SOX experience that are fluent in either Spanish or French. This position will work directly with our client and KPMG, a service provider of theirs, to assist with internal audit related fieldwork.

This project is potentially location-independent but may require some travel.

This is a two-month project, with the possibility of being extended should you have the interest.

Interested in learning more? Contact us!

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA preferred.
  • 3+ Years internal audit, public accounting or advisory experience, including sufficient SOX experience.
  • Fluent in English, as well as fluent in either Spanish or French.
  • Proficiency in US GAAP and GAAS.
  • Outstanding customer service and communication skills. 

Junior-level Internal Auditor – $35 to $45 per hour (Atlanta, Ga.):

The role:

A government entity based in Atlanta, Ga. has a need for an associate-level accountant to assist with vouching defined benefit payments and other related audit tasks.

This is a one-month project, with the possibility of being extended.

Interested in learning more? Contact us!

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
  • 5+ years’ public accounting or corporate accounting experience.
  • Outstanding customer service and communication skills.

 Why Beech Valley?

  • Flexibility: CPAs who work as consultants have the ability to accept and reject projects, freeing time to travel, start your own business or spend more time with family.
  • Get paid for every single hour you work.
  • Make an impression as a top advisor at sought-after companies.
  • Diversify your technical skills on new, exciting projects and expand your professional network.

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