Activate your career
When it comes to starting your career, it's vital that you have the right skills—and real opportunities to make the most of them. From day one, you'll have a seat at the table, working with partners and client executives. As your career gains momentum, you’ll have plenty of directions to go further. Faster.
Explore your opportunities.
We're not your typical accounting firm—at Moss Adams you'll never get lost in the ranks, your career won't stand still, and you'll have the opportunity to test-drive multiple industries and specialty areas. You'll build a full suite of business skills early and create strong client relationships so you'll be prepared for the next level.
The best part? The partners working with you and your career advisor will help you at every step of the way. And the training you'll receive? It'll look something like this:
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You'll work closely with our industry-focused teams to deliver quality audits and other assurance services to both public and privately owned middle-market companies as well as not-for-profit and governmental organizations. It’s a chance to direct projects, develop others, and manage client relationships. You’ll conduct engagement planning, process and controls testing, audit procedures, analytical reviews, and accounting research as well as draft financial statements, disclosures, and other reports.
You'll deliver quality tax solutions to a broad range of clients, including public and privately owned middle-market companies, as well as not-for-profit organizations and high net worth individuals. You’ll develop industry expertise and hone your skills in areas such as partnerships, estate planning, international taxation, and tax provisions.
Can’t decide between assurance or tax? In select practice offices, you can gain exposure to both with our rotational program. You’ll begin your tenure in either assurance or tax, spending approximately three to six months actively working on relevant assignments. Afterward, you may rotate into the other department for an additional three to six months. At the end of your second rotation, you’ll declare which department is right for your career.
Do You Have What It Takes?
Enhancing your leadership skills. Getting ahead of the competition. Jump-starting your career.
If you’re an exceptional student interested in gaining a greater understanding of the dynamic field of public accounting, we invite you to apply for our summer leadership conference. It’s an interactive training program designed to illuminate the factors critical to your future success.
What’s more, you’ll meet and network with your peers as well as with Moss Adams professionals. We’ll discuss what it means to be in public accounting today, with a special focus on enhancing your leadership skills.
Don’t miss this opportunity to take your first step into the world of public accounting.
We’re seeking bright and ambitious students who have approximately two years remaining in their accounting coursework and a strong desire to pursue a career in public accounting. We’ll select students based on academic achievements, leadership, extracurricular activities, and communication skills.
We invite all eligible candidates to interview for our local leadership conference series, Road Map to Success. We’ll also consider you for our national leadership conference, Navigate Your Career. Qualifications include:
||Pursuing bachelor’s or master’s degree
||Accounting or related field
|CPA ELIGIBILITY DATE
||Must fall between December 2015 and August 2016
For More Information
Local and national conferences are scheduled for June and July 2014. To learn more about our conference series, contact your local campus recruiter or e-mail email@example.com
Our winter and summer internships are fun, challenging, and a great way to jump-start your career. You’ll walk away with skills that will come in handy no matter what direction you take, and your time with us will include robust training and mentoring to help you succeed. You can apply today on our campus job portal.
Assurance and Tax Services
Our winter and summer internships with the assurance and tax groups will give you valuable insight into our firm as you collaborate with different clients, industry groups, and professionals. During this 8- to 10-week program, you’ll work with a team on similar tasks and assignments as a first-year staff accountant. After completing your internship, you’ll understand the expectations of a staff accountant and gain unique insights into the exciting future that awaits you when you graduate.
State and Local Tax (SALT) Services
When you're an intern with our SALT team, you’ll serve a variety of businesses with transactions in multiple states. You’ll help clients stay informed on current and proposed laws and compliance requirements in the income and franchise, sales and transaction, and property tax arenas. You can participate in projects related to tax credits, incentives, and refunds, or you could develop expertise in unemployment tax, refund audits, or nexus analysis and planning.
Activate Your Career
Each year Moss Adams sponsors Project Run with It, an opportunity for members and candidates of Beta Alpha Psi—the international honor organization for financial information students and professionals—to gain real-world consulting experience and provide meaningful community service to not-for-profit organizations.
Each participating not-for-profit organization presents its business challenges and answers questions for selected students during the Beta Alpha Psi Annual Meeting. Afterward students have one and a half working days to develop strategies and formal presentations that showcase a solution for their assigned not-for-profit. The organization’s leaders and a panel of Moss Adams judges choose a winning team for each of the cases presented, and each Beta Alpha Psi chapter represented on the winning teams receives $1,000.
Project Run with It is a unique opportunity to experience what client service is really like. You’ll tackle genuine business issues in real time with a team of like-minded students, gaining critical experience while contributing meaningfully to a not-for-profit organization’s success. Visit the Beta Alpha Psi Web site to learn more about eligibility and the application process.
Applying to Moss Adams
Explore our entry-level and internship opportunities. Once we receive your application, we’ll review your academic achievements and experience and contact you based on your qualifications.
We conduct two rounds of interviews each year for entry-level positions and internships, usually in the fall. To be considered for a first-round interview, you’ll need to submit your résumé, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts along with your online application.
- First-round interviews consist of a one-on-one interview, taking place on campus or over the phone.
- After you’re selected, second-round interviews occur in one of our offices and usually consist of three interviews as well as lunch and a social event.