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5 days ago

Counsel to the Director

PCAOB Washington, DC

• Member of Division’s senior staff • Help formulate and implement Division policy as to investigative and litigation practices • Research and… PCAOB

5 days ago

Senior Manager, Accountant

PCAOB Washington, DC

• At an advanced level, planning, organizing and conducting investigations that may involve possible violations of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of… PCAOB

18 hrs ago

Manager, Public Affairs – new

PCAOB Washington, DC

The PCAOB seeks a Manager for the Office of Public Affairs (OPA) to report to the OPA Director in aspiring to Plain English external communications… PCAOB

3 days ago

Senior Analyst - Business Intelligence – new

PCAOB Washington, DC

• Work independently and/or with other team members, ensuring the capture of business requirements, whether… PCAOB

6 days ago

Senior Inspections Analyst

PCAOB Washington, DC

The PCAOB has a full-time position for a Senior Inspections Analyst within the Division of Registration and Inspections (the “Division”) at its… PCAOB

22 hrs ago

Audit Regulator, Inspector – new

PCAOB Charlotte, NC

The PCAOB has full-time, regular positions for Inspections Specialists in the Division of Registration and Inspections in the Charlotte, NC regional… PCAOB

5 days ago

Accounting Intern

PCAOB New York, NY

The PCAOB has a part-time internship position available for Spring 2015, assisting the Division of Enforcement and Investigations located in its New… PCAOB

4 hrs ago

Audit Regulator, Broker Dealer Inspector – new

PCAOB Chicago, IL

The PCAOB is looking for top auditing professionals to join the Division of Registration and Inspections as an Inspections Specialist in the… PCAOB

5 days ago

Senior Inspections Report Associate

PCAOB Irvine, CA

include but are not limited to: • Takes a proactive role in the review and editing of inspection reports, which includes interaction with… PCAOB

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16 Ratings

    Amazing benefits. Retire in place but find job satisfaction somewhere else

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    With many years of experience, I came here to do meaningful work for a company with an interesting purpose. That didn't happen but I stayed because PCAOB has amazing benefits. Great healthcare. 7 weeks of vacation in your first year , 6 every year after that. Fidelity 401k with matching and every holiday you can imagine on top of a work from home policy. We hire senior people and pay them fairly so you'll work with people who know their domain even if they don't get to use their skills here. Working here is also great for your resume if you are an auditor. The IT group is management heavy which creates a weird but much needed buffer from the rest of the company. If you are ready to retire in place then this is the place.


    A culture of primarily auditors and lawyers makes this an sour and politically charged place to work. It's depressing but the time off allows us to escape just long enough to make it bearable for one more month at a time. I work in IT and the majority of non IT employees are rude and condescending to our people. The senior IT management sits by passively because they are worn down from years of weak executives who do nothing to help them succeed. The IT executives never stand up for their people. Many of us are underutilized for our skills but stay and pass our time counting the days or years until we can retire. (is that a pro or a con?) Instead of solving problems and doing their jobs effectively, the executives delegate everything to people who aren't empowered and then hire more managers hoping they will do their jobs for them. The IT executives don't believe in their teams or themselves. While some might consider this a "pro" because managers can enjoy doing nothing here for years, it's a con for anyone who wants to accomplish anything.

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    Find an experienced IT executive who knows how to LEAD and run an IT organization. If you replace the 2 incapable figureheads you have now with one good leader, let go of some of the lower management and hire more real workers you could easily reduce your costs by 1/2 or get better quality work done each year. In order to do this you'll have to start treating any capable IT managers and staff with respect as partners in the organization. You can't let the general staff continue beating up on IT teams forever and expect anything other then average quality work. Good IT workers are hard to find. Now that the economy is recovering you may start to loose your people who have pride in our work. Consider how sad it is that I'm writing this review in hopes that you'll make some changes but the IT executive team has been telling you how healthy IT is now.

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