McClintock & Associates realizes that our greatest assets are our employees. We are an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. The firm’s commitment to excellence is dependent on the development of our team, both personally and professionally. McClintock & Associates demonstrates appreciation of our employees by providing education, flexibility and opportunity for a more complete and satisfying work-life integration.
We are committed to excellence. As leaders in providing compliance and consulting services to postsecondary institutions nationwide, we allow schools to focus on changing their students’ lives. We value team members who are solution-minded and are eager to learn and develop.
At McClintock & Associates you have the opportunity to increase your experience in financial statement auditing or taxation amongst a diverse client base. We also provide specialized opportunities in governmental compliance auditing and merger and acquisition due diligence.
From Our Team
- Family first culture - we treat our employees like family
- Competitive salary
- 10 paid holidays and generous PTO policy
- Employee Appreciation and team building events
- Paid volunteer time
- Flexible scheduling including work from home options
- Medical insurance with Health Savings Account opportunities
- Dental, vision and life insurance
- 401(k) plan with monthly employer contribution (including Roth)
- Annual salary reviews
- Year-end bonuses paid to employees since 2006
- Charitable match program
- TSA precheck for employees that travel
- Free parking
Currently operating completely remotely.
- Small client teams mean direct interaction with our directors and managers and the executives with our clients
- Build your own career path as part of a growing entrepreneurial company
- Opportunities to work on a variety of project types and sizes
- CPE provided on a regular basis and on a wide range of topics
- One-on-one mentoring
- Reimbursement of state CPA fees
- Paid membership in AICPA and PICPA
- Partial reimbursement for CPA, FAAC and Enrolled Agent exam fees
- Reimbursement for conference attendance, external CPE, and other soft skill trainings
Sound Like a Team You Want to Join?
This position performs compliance audits for institutions that participate in federal financial aid programs. The Staff Accountant reviews FAFSA/ISIR, Verification and C-Code documents, Title IV disbursements, Return to Title IV (R2T4) calculations, and Pell and Direct Loan calculations and eligibility. In addition, staff accountants will perform basic testing of institutional eligibility and accounting areas. At least one year of financial aid experience or experience working in a supporting role is preferred.
In addition to the responsibilities of a Staff Accountant, the Senior Accountant will work with Managers and Supervisors to prepare budgets, act as primary liaison with client, oversee staff accountants, and demonstrate technical writing capabilities. Three to five years of financial aid experience is preferred.
In addition to the responsibilities of a Senior Accountant, the Supervisor is responsible for overall management of client relationships, oversees all aspects of Financial Aid audits including, but not limited to, planning, staffing, testing, report writing, and research. In addition, the supervisor will provide training, feedback and oversight to staff and senior accountants, and identify and communicate planning/consulting opportunities to our clients. 10+ more years of Financial Aid experience is preferred.
This position will be auditing financial statements and performing compliance audits for institutions that participate in student financial aid programs. B.S. in accounting required. Public accounting experience or CPA license a plus.
In addition to the responsibilities of a Staff Accountant, this position will be working with Managers and Supervisors to prepare budgets, perform risk assessments, act as primary liaison with client, oversee staff accountants, and draft financial statements. Candidate must possess a BS in Accounting/Finance along with 2+ years of public accounting experience. CPA license a plus.
In addition to the responsibilities of a Senior Accountant, this position will be responsible for overall management of client relationships, overseeing all aspects of audits including, but not limited to, planning, staffing, testing, report writing, and research. This position will be responsible for providing training, feedback and oversight to staff and senior auditors, and identifying and communicating planning/consulting opportunities for our clients. Candidate must possess a BS in Accounting/Finance along with 5+ years of audit experience. CPA license and ability to travel is required.
This position will be responsible for the preparation of federal, state, and local tax returns for corporations, S-corporations, partnerships, nonprofits and individuals. In addition, the position will assist with the preparation of tax provisions and quarterly estimated tax calculations as well as performing basic tax research and planning.
Candidate must possess a BS in Accounting/Finance along with one to four years of experience related to tax. CPA license/EA certificate or progress is preferred but not required.
The tax senior accountant will be responsible for the preparation and/or review of federal, state, and local tax returns for corporations, S-corporations, partnerships, nonprofits and individuals. The position requires a working knowledge of the tax law and completion of intermediate level tax research and planning. In addition, the position requires review of tax notices with either written or verbal responses to the taxing authorities. This position will also serve as a trusted resource for Tax Staff Accountants on specific tax issues and/or questions.
Candidate must possess a BS in Accounting/Finance along with three or more years of relevant tax experience. CPA license or EA certificate is preferred but not required.