Audit Manager (Financial)

Job Description:

Cameron Professional Services Group is a growing Certified Public Accounting firm. We are looking for experienced financial audit managers. The financial audit managers will have the ability to work on a variety of financial audit engagements (for-profit, non-profit and governmental). Audit Managers must possess a BSBA in Accounting with a minimum of five years of audit experience. The ability to perform financial audits using software is required.

Job Type:

  • Full-Time

Required Education:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting

Required Experience:

  • Auditing (Financial): 5 years


Required Continual Education:

  • Yellow Book 24 credits (Reimbursable)


  • Passed the CPA exam and obtained certification
  • Minimum of 5 years of public accounting experience
  • Has demonstrated a high degree of technical knowledge
  • Exhibited an emphasis on communication and networking
  • Demonstrated strong time-management skills


  • Develop people by encouraging individuals to think for themselves and take responsibility for their work
  • Provide performance feedback, lead by example
  • Supervise several low-to-moderate complexity engagements at once
  • Identify trends and developments relevant to the government and non-profit industries
  • Maintain cooperative relationships with other engagement teams
  • Understand Cameron Professional Services Group and its service lines and actively assess/present ways to apply knowledge and services
  • Participate in performing audit procedures related to complex and specialized issues
  • Collaborate to plan engagement objectives and an audit strategy that complies with professional standards
  • Use technology to continually learn, teach others, and enhance service delivery
  • Develop and maintain productive working relationships with clients
  • Review and evaluate audit working papers, financial statements, and other reports
  • Understand the scope of the engagement and provide input on client retention and fee structure
  • Control the billing of engagement fees by developing and adhering to a billing plan
  • Participate in the presentation of client financial statements and audit results to the client’s board of directors
  • Positively represent the firm at business and community functions and maintain current, and expand upon existing client relationships
  • Represent the firm through involvement in charitable events
  • Promote the firm’s reputation through participation at conferences

Interested candidates: Please email a letter of interest, resume and salary consideration to No phone calls please.