EY Jobs in Louisville, KY

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6 days ago

Tax Senior - SALT

Ernst & Young Louisville, KY

Our tax practice revolves around helping our clients effectively manage their tax obligations proactively and responsibly. As part of a global team… Ernst & Young


15 days ago

Tax Senior - Quantitative Services

Ernst & Young Louisville, KY

Our tax practice revolves around helping our clients effectively manage their tax obligations proactively and responsibly. As part of a global team… Ernst & Young


9 days ago

Assurance Services Senior - External Audit

EY Louisville, KY

Join our External Audit team and you will help our clients meet their reporting requirements by providing an objective and independent examination of… EY


9 days ago

Tax Services Senior - International Tax Services

EY Louisville, KY

including managing global tax risks and meeting cross-border obligations. Our multidisciplinary teams cover everything from managing global… EY


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    Pros

    People, flexible work situations, appreciation for holidays, vacation time and personal/family time. Working from home on Fridays in my pjs may be one of my favorite things. Hours are longer than industry but far fewer than traditional consulting (8 am -6 or 6:30 pm is a traditional day)

    Cons

    Travel. Fun at first, gets old after a while.

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    I love my job, but the job requires mostly traveling. That is the only one thing that would be the reason I would leave. I'm not against traveling in the future, but I wish there were more options available to people who didn't want to travel for a couple of years such as when family situations change, for example. If those things exist, perhaps making them well known.


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