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30+ days ago

Assurance Senior Manager

EY San Francisco, CA

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


30+ days ago

Tax Manager - Federal Tax - Business Tax Services (Multiple Positions)

EY San Francisco, CA

returns for our clients. Provide leadership to employees, manage and motivate teams with diverse… EY


2 days ago

Tax Manager - State & Local Tax - Sales & Use – new

Ernst & Young San Francisco, CA

We are currently seeking a State & Local Tax Manager to manage multiple and challenging tax engagements and to contribute to the delivery of… Ernst & Young


30+ days ago

Advisory Senior Manager - Performance Improvement - Supply Chain - Procurement

EY San Francisco, CA

Procurement Transformation -Develop solutions to enhance capabilities of Procurement based on the maturity of the procurement process. Operations… EY


30+ days ago

Tax Experienced Staff - Tax Advisory - Diversified Career Path - FSO - San Franc

Ernst & Young San Francisco, CA

There are many paths you can take in pursuing a career in tax. We believe Ernst & Young offers several unique career advantages. Here, the focus is… Ernst & Young


30 days ago

Tax Senior - State & Local Tax - Property Tax

Ernst & Young San Francisco, CA

The key to appropriately managing a company's overall state and local tax cost is to align its tax strategies with its business initiatives and then… Ernst & Young


14 days ago

Transaction Advisory Services Senior - Valuation - Business Valuation - San Fran

EY San Francisco, CA

· Perform valuations for management planning; mergers and acquisitions (M&A); tax and financial reporting; and shareholder disputes. · Identify… EY


30+ days ago

Tax Senior - International Tax - Transfer Pricing

EY San Francisco, CA

Demonstrate an understanding of basic transfer pricing concepts and effectively apply economic/finance knowledge to clients. Assist in the… EY


30+ days ago

Parthenon-EY Strategy Services – Vice President

EY San Francisco, CA

In today’s complex business landscape, creativity has become a necessary ingredient for sustained success. Together with EY, we have an ideal balance… EY


2 days ago

Tax Manager – National Tax – Human Capital – HR Performance Improvement – HR Ser – new

Ernst & Young San Francisco, CA

One Human Capital is committed to building a culture of world-class client serving professionals with teaming as the foundation to success. We aspire… Ernst & Young


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    Current Employee - Audit Staff in San Francisco, CA
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    Pros

    Automatic esteem from peers and others in the business community. Working at a Big 4 firm is like receiving an official stamp of approval.
    If you don't like where you're at, they do their best to find a better fit within the company.
    Off season can allow for some work/life balance with proper communication.
    Can purchase additional days off and with advance notice you actually can take that vacation.

    Cons

    Long hours mostly because of poor organization and processes. The WORST technology EVER. As a staff, I often feel like an overpaid secretary. I venture to guess that it takes an EY staff, depending on ability, 2-10 hours to do what it takes a PWC or Deloitte staff to do in a moment. Do you love filling out forms and excel spreadsheets, talking about stuff and never actually doing very much until you've almost run out of time to do it? If so, this is the place for you!

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    Change your mindset, change your life!! Up your ante with your technology, make your firm competitive by utilizing technology, and please, please please train your seniors to do their job as MANAGERS!!! If you can do that, you'll truly be a firm worth your weight in gold.

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