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Assurance Senior Manager

EY San Jose, CA

· Develop/maintain strong working relationships with key business decision makers throughout the year to communicate value and inform them of the… EY

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Assurance Senior

EY San Jose, CA

• Develop and maintain productive working relationships with audit client personnel, assess audit clients' satisfaction and proactively maintain… EY

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    Auditing in the San Jose Office

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    Current Employee - Audit Senior in San Jose, CA
    Current Employee - Audit Senior in San Jose, CA

    I have been working at EY full-time (more than 3 years)


    Clients - The client base for EY in the San Francisco bay area is unparalleled. You can have great opportunities working on IPOs for internet start-ups or learning complicated hedging from some of the most established companies in the world
    Learning Opportunities - They work you hard but you learn a lot, especially early in your career. As you move up the work can get a little more repetitive. But to begin you work with clients and see things that you have no business seeing that early in your career
    Exit Opportunities - As long as you are interested in Accounting they are good
    Flexibility - You will work a lot, but they work with you so that you can come in and leave whenever


    People - EY hires a lot of talented people, and they hire a lot of bodies. That means if you are lucky enough to get with good people on one of the good teams you will have a great experience and learn a lot. If you get stuck on bad teams with the filler people, well you won't learn much and will burn out quickly.
    Career Advancement - You advance fairly quickly but whether you are a super star or the worst member of the team you will advance at the same pace. It causes a lot of the best people to leave early.

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    Focus on retaining high performers, maybe with compensation but more importantly with career opportunities.

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