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Withum is a forward-thinking, technology-driven advisory and accounting firm. Founded in 1974 with headquarters in Princeton, NJ, the firm has offices in major cities and financial centers across the country. It’s a place where inclusion and innovation intersect, and curiosity thrives. At Withum, you can design a long-term career path with professional experiences that meet your distinct interests, whether you’re a recent college graduate or established in your career. Be in a Position of StrengthSM. Start your career at Withum. 
 
Withum's Outsourced Accounting Systems and Services (OASyS) brings clients into the digital age by providing scalable outsourced accounting and finance services that improve a company’s workflow and transparency. We understand that business owners want to focus on their passion while having full knowledge of their financial standing and performance. OASyS provides that stress-free solution of a perfectly framed financial picture, saving companies valuable time and money. Every business’s needs are different based on their stage in the business lifecycle, so we’ve tailored our services to fit exactly what you need. Our clients range from large organizations that prefer not to staff and manage an accounting department, to smaller entities or startups that need a 360-degree approach to direction and support.
 
WithumSmith+Brown is seeking accounting majors who will be graduating in the upcoming school year to start with our November 2024 class.
 
How You Will Spend Your Time:
  • Collaborating with Senior Associates, Managers and group Partners to support and balance multiple client needs.
  • Managing bill payments, invoicing and cash receipt applications for clients in a timely fashion.
  • Performing bank and general ledger account reconciliations; investigating and resolving reconciling items.
  • Assisting with monthly, quarterly and annual close processes for clients.
  • Running payroll and reconciling related journal entries.
  • Assisting with setup and implementation of new accounting systems and procedures based on client needs.
  • Assisting with various ad hoc accounting and reporting projects, both client-facing and internal.
  • Effectively and clearly communicating with clients and coworkers across various channels.

The Kinds of People We Want to Talk to Have Many of The Following:

  • Graduating college student pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in accounting
  • GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • Excellent interpersonal and computer skills 
  • Extensive experience with QuickBooks Online, Bill.com, Expensify, Gusto, Justworks, Xero and Excel. 
  • Strong interpersonal, communication and project management skills.
  • Ability to work well on a team.
  • A highly organized personality with strong attention to detail.
  • A flexible and adaptable attitude to new situations, including learning new software. 
 
Be in a Position of StrengthSM. Start your career at Withum.
 
Withum will not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, disability or because he or she is a protected veteran.
 
Pursuant to the San Francisco Fair Chance Ordinance, we will consider for employment qualified applicants with arrest and conviction records.

For positions in California, New York and Washington, the compensation for this position ranges from $65,000- $82,000.  Final offer amounts are based on multiple factors such as the specific role, hiring location, as well as the individual’s skills, experience and qualifications. In addition to the base compensation, Withum offers a competitive benefits package and bonus program (for eligible roles) based on individual and firm performance. For additional information on our benefits, visit our website at https://www.withum.com/careers/.

No sponsorship is available for this position.

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