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Manager, Accounting Consulting Services (Assurance)

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PwCAthens, TX
  • Line of ServiceAssuranceIndustry/SectorNot ApplicableSpecialismCMAAS (Capital Markets and Accounting Advisory Services)Management LevelManagerJob Description & SummaryAre you ready to shape the future of Assurance?
  • PwC Assurance team is evolving and in this new era we are expanding our team and business to adapt to the constantly changing environment.
  • As part of our broader assurance services, we provide services to the largest listed companies of the world and local subsidiaries of multinational companies.
  • Quality is at the heart of what we do.
  • Our proximity to big business means that you’ll get to work on some of the largest and most complex projects across the firm, whilst maintaining an unparalleled breadth of client experience.
  • In this journey we are seeking to hire a Manager in the Accounting Consulting Services team.
  • The opportunityThe Accounting Consulting Services team is a team of specialists within the Assurance practice.
  • The team provides distinctive services to companies in connection with accounting support for a range of M&A, divestiture and other transactions, IFRS/Greek GAAP conversion and solutions to complex financial reporting and accounting issues.
  • As a Manager in Accounting Consulting Services you will have the chance to contribute and influence assurance engagement teams and clients by:Providing technical accounting advice and support on complex accounting and financial reporting issues including topics such as revenue recognition, impairment of goodwill, financial instruments and business combinations.
  • Providing services to support compliance with evolving financial reporting requirements.
  • Cooperating with other PwC service lines on multi-disciplinary projects.
  • Contributing to projects as a topic / subject matter accounting specialist.
  • Carry out and support business development activities to create new opportunities.
  • Coordinating project teams, developing people through effectively coaching and mentoring more junior staff and building team spirit.
  • What’s in it for you:PwC is all about people, encouraging high performance and quality.
  • At PwC, you will have:Personalized training and development plan with the opportunity to build a strong professional qualification backgroundLearning from and collaborating with a wide range of top professionalsThe chance to handle different projects for big clients Access to a global network of firms and global mobility opportunities Life and medical plan, rewards and recognition schemes, flexible working program, etc.
  • Who we arePwC in Greece is the largest professional services firm in the country, with premises in Athens and Thessaloniki and approximately 1,200 employees.
  • More than 250,000 people in 158 countries across our network share their thinking, experience and solutions to develop fresh perspectives and practical advice.
  • This enables us to provide top-quality industry-focused assurance, tax and advisory services to our clients.
  • NoGovernment Clearance Required?
  • NoJob Posting End DateFull time

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