Senior Consultant – Controls, Compliance, Monitoring, Forensic Accounting and Litigation

Do you love the work you do in professional services, but long for a more balanced lifestyle? Are you looking to join a firm that puts its people first? If you believe there is a better way to continue to provide great value to clients, it may be your turn to work for us.
StoneTurn’s leaders – partners and alumni of Big Four accounting and large consulting firms – opted to create a different kind of professional services firm. Specifically, they believe in meeting clients’ demands for experts who value collaboration, prefer “hands-on” client service and invest in long-term, trusted relationships – and see the importance of offering the same to employees. StoneTurn’s professionals value a “happy” culture – one that makes them want to come to work every day to provide world-class client service, while truly maintaining a work / life balance not often found at other firms.
StoneTurn is seeking a qualified Senior Consultant to join our Controls, Compliance, Monitoring and Forensic Accounting and Dispute Litigation team in our New York office.
Job Summary
StoneTurn Group is an international independent consulting firm providing specialized services in Controls, Compliance and Monitoring, Complex Business Litigation, Forensic Accounting, Forensic Technology and Intellectual Property matters.
Our Controls, Compliance, Monitoring & Forensic Accounting and Dispute Litigation practices provide financial analysis and investigative services to attorneys, corporations, regulatory agencies and individuals. We have experienced, certified public and chartered accountants, former auditors and investigators, many of whom have joined StoneTurn from the global accounting firms, consulting firms, corporations and government agencies.
In this role you will be responsible for controls and compliance analysis particularly focusing on regulatory and enforcement matters. You will also be responsible for financial and economic analysis performed within the investigation and dispute litigation environment. You will add value to our team by having previous experience in a professional services firm, working as an auditor or as a consultant focused on litigation and compliance based matters. You will have strong analytical skills and excellent prioritization skills. This position also requires you to be a person with strong interpersonal, communication and technical skills.
Responsibilities
– Provide consulting services to our clients as it relates to controls, compliance and monitoring matters
– Provide consulting services on forensic accounting investigations and litigation including the support of expert reports in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation matters, as needed
– Understand and incorporate client needs and objectives into work plans and work product
– Gather, organize, understand, analyze and summarize supporting documentation
– Read, understand and interpret company compliance and control procedures financial statements and records
– Perform controls and compliance analyses while understanding their impact to financial statements
– Compile and analyze facts and circumstances to formulate, substantiate and critique various theories, claims or conclusions
– Understand, develop and utilize computer models streamlining detailed and potentially complex information into clear and concise analyses
– Develop and communicate work product, both orally and in writing to management and clients
– Draft work product to include reports and presentations of the highest quality
– Assist with engagement management administration, including budgeting, billing and conflict checks
– Develop and maintain client relationships and relationships with firm executives
– Develop and maintain working relationships with internal data analytics and forensic technology teams
– Supervise Consultants and Interns and assist with the performance of gathering, organizing and understanding supporting documentation
– Perform detailed review for quality control of all work performed by Consultants and Interns
– Mentor and develop Consultants and Interns
Required qualifications
– Degree in business, accounting or finance.
– CPA obtained (or in process/eligible) or advanced degree business, accounting or economics
– A minimum two years of strong experience in accounting or finance, preferably as an auditor or forensics practitioner
– Experience providing consulting services in a regulatory and enforcement environment
– Strong analytical, technical and interpersonal skills
– Strong written and verbal skills
– Excellent prioritization skills
– Commitment to exemplary client service delivery
– Must be flexible with work schedule and travel requirements of client service projects (10-30% travel overall average)
– Experience providing litigation services a plus
– Supervisory experience a plus
Desirable qualifications
– Forensic certifications such as CFF or CFE is a plus
– MBA, ASA, PMP, and/or CFA, a plus
– Client service experience preferred, national large public accounting firm experience is a plus
– Network of relationships within law firms and corporate legal departments is a plus
– Foreign language capabilities are a plus (Mandarin, Japanese, Spanish, Russian and others)
We offer competitive compensation and benefit packages including generous health care coverage, dental plan/flexible spending account (FSA), matching 401k plan, pre-tax transportation program and cell phone plan for employee and spouse.
Applicants for employment in the US must have work authorization that does not now or in the future require sponsorship of a visa for employment authorization in the United States and with StoneTurn Group.
StoneTurn Group provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.

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