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Director - Financial Forensics and Litigation ConsultingRSM USMiami, FLAs a Director of Financial Investigations & Dispute Advisory Services you will be asked to serve as a key member, taking substantial responsibility in performing analytical and investigative services to major law firms, corporations, corporate counsel, and management of companies involved in complex litigation, and dispute services. Full-time
Service Management (ServiceNow) ManagerRSM USChicago, ILAssisting the project teams through agreed upon phases on a variety of projects which could include: best practices, process re-engineering, finance strategy and organizational development, business integration planning and execution, software selection, design and implementation, implementation, and optimization or operational and IT strategy assessments and due diligence.
Workday Adaptive Planning SupervisorRSM USDallas, TXThis is an excellent opportunity for a technology professional with a strong background in Accounting/Finance, ideally consulting/project management and experience with Workday Adaptive Planning (formerly known as Adaptive Insights). Full-time
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jobsearcher.com/blog10 Terrific Zoom Interview Tips for 2021Zoom interviews have become “the norm” in quite a short period of time as a result of the pandemic. Meeting someone face to face, and shaking hands may seem like something from the past as we get used to a new reality. The fact is, a Zoom interview can be daunting for candidates when they are so used to traditional in-person methods of interviewing.
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