Financial Due Diligence Contractor

  • Job ID:

  • Pay rate range:

    $85 - $110
  • City:

    New York
  • State:

    New York
  • Duration:

    06/06/2021 - 12/06/2021
  • Job Type:

  • Job Description

    Our large Public Accounting client is seeking a Financial Due Diligence team at the Manager level to assist them with advisory engagements throughout the US.  These are all 100% REMOTE contract opportunities that have the option to convert to full-time.

    Client’s Advisory professionals are progressive thinkers who create, protect, transform value today, so our clients have the opportunity to thrive and grow. Our advisory practice creates holistic solutions delivered by innovative, curious professionals who bring technical depth and industry insight to our clients.


    The Financial Diligence Manager is responsible for overseeing all phases of project and engagement management for multiple clients in a wide variety of industries. Responsibilities include planning, directing, and completing projects and services in financial due diligence and developing and managing staff. The Financial Diligence Manager works closely with partners and staff and plays a key role in client management, practice development, and business development for an assigned group of clients.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

      • Manage Transactions Services (TS) engagements throughout the transaction process, and coordinate the work performed by multiple service lines and cross-functional teams.

      • Plan, execute, direct and complete financial due diligence for financial and corporate strategic buyers from a variety of industries, including manufacturing and distribution, non-profit, high-tech, real estate, and financial services.

      • Manage client expectations concerning project deliverables and deadlines and lead change efforts effectively.

      • Develop and maintain strong client relationships and cross-sell services.

      • Team with partners and senior managers on proposals and business development calls.

      • Meet or exceed targeted billing hours (utilization).

      • Communicate (verbally and in writing) externally with clients and internally with all levels of the organization to accomplish objectives portraying knowledge and confidence

      • Recruit, manage, mentor, and train senior associates and associates.

      • Assess the performance of senior associates and associates for engagement and year-end reviews.

      • Other duties as assigned.


      • Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, Business Administration, or related field. Advanced degree preferred.
      • Six to 10 years of related work experience in a similar consulting practice or function servicing cross-industry clients at a national level.
      • CPA, CAMS, CRCM, ACFCS, CISA, CISSP, CIA, CISM, or related license/certification are preferred.
      • Solid experience in the following: accounting, audit, or transaction advisory services.
      • Strong current knowledge in US GAAP, GAAS, SEC Reporting, transaction advisory services, or mergers and acquisitions.
      • Ability to manage multiple priorities and simultaneous projects in a rapidly growing practice.
      • Strong leadership, business development, recruitment, training, and mentoring skills
      • Excellent written, presentation, leadership, and interpersonal communications skills.
      • Availability to work additional hours and/or travel as needed



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