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25 days ago

Financial Service Office: Advisory Senior Manager, Performance Improvement Finan

EY McLean, VA

Our Finance Transformation team members focus on the priorities and challenges our clients' CFOs are facing. The CFO must deal with the complexity of… EY


25 days ago

Financial Service Office: Advisory Manager, Technology Solutions Delivery Financ

EY McLean, VA

Being part of a dynamic, growing organization offers an exciting career path full of opportunity. Ernst & Young's Financial Services Office (FSO) is… EY


7 days ago

Advisory Services Senior Consultant - Performance Improvement - Enterprise Intel

EY McLean, VA

Enterprise Intelligence is the result of effectively and efficiently leveraging a set of technology enabled management and analytic processes that… EY


19 days ago

Advisory Services IT Risk & Assurance Manager

EY McLean, VA

When you're on our Advisory team, you specialize in a particular competency - Risk, Performance Improvement, or IT Risk & Assurance. You also have… EY


19 days ago

Tax Senior - BTS - PCS

EY McLean, VA

We currently have an excellent career opportunity for a Personal Financial Services Senior. Using cutting-edge technology and working with… EY


25 days ago

Assurance Senior Manager – Professional Practice – SEC Matters

Ernst & Young McLean, VA

EY's commitment to the quality and integrity of our audits and to providing high-quality client service while showcasing the firm’s technical depth… Ernst & Young


17 days ago

Tax Manager - National Tax - Indirect - Transaction Tax - State & Local Tax - Mc

EY McLean, VA

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


29 days ago

Tax Manager - International Tax

EY McLean, VA

We currently have a career opportunity for a Manager in our International Tax Services (ITS) practice. ITS… EY


13 days ago

Tax Senior Manager – National Tax – Human Capital - HR Performance Improvement –

EY McLean, VA

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


25 days ago

Senior Executive Assistant (McLean) "Join our high performing team"

Ernst & Young McLean, VA

As Senior Executive Assistant, you'll provide high-level administrative support to client-serving partners and Core Business Services (CBS… Ernst & Young


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    First impressions of a career at Ernst & Young.

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    Current Employee - Audit Staff in Washington, DC
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    Pros

    The opportunities are endless; moving about the country or about the world is always a possibility as is moving between department lines. What you start out doing is in no way indicative of where you will be within the next two years at the company. There is also a terribly dramatic learning curve where you will walk away a few months into a new position not realizing exactly how much you have learned. It proves to be a very rewarding experience when looking back and realizing that all of those hours you put in have more than paid off in the long run.

    Cons

    I believe the most significant downside is the busy season related to the audit practice. You are not being compensated any more and are putting in almost twice the hours. Also, everyone is promoted on the same schedule unless you are learning or performance challenged and then you are "counseled out" which just seems like an ineffective way of doing things. I feel as though I am much more competent than my peers yet I am on the same promotion schedule as them, which seems to be a joke. Finally, the pay is competitive but not that great in reality.

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    While your jobs are terribly intensive there are few managers that I have run into that truly get involved in the on-goings of the lower staff/senior level. I think that is probably the most beneficial level to really get to know the employees and see who has the longterm potential.

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