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15 days ago

Audit Senior Associate

KPMG US Washington, DC

• Review and evaluate complex pension plan audits • Review work performed by other staff and interact with the manager on client and team matters… KPMG US


16 days ago

Associate/Senior Associate, Internal Audit

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

an overall risk spectrum. We are currently seeking an Associate/Senior Associate in Internal… KPMG US


13 days ago

Senior Associate, Federal Internal Audit Regulatory Compliance

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

• Provide high quality, professional day-to-day execution of internal audit engagements and projects in line with firm risk management practices… KPMG US


5 days ago

Senior Associate, Internal Audit - Financial Services

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

an overall risk spectrum. We are currently seeking a Senior Associate in Internal Audit &… KPMG US


16 days ago

Senior Associate, Regulatory Compliance

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

an overall risk spectrum. We are currently seeking a Senior Associate in Internal Audit &… KPMG US


20 days ago

Associate/Senior Associate

KPMG US Washington, DC

for Both Positions: • Execute the day-to-day activities of audit engagements of various clie… KPMG US


7 days ago

Senior Associate, Federal IT Attestation

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

• Plan and execute the day-to-day activities of Information Technology (IT) audit engagements, including system development, package implementation… KPMG US


21 days ago

Associate, Federal Internal Audit Regulatory Compliance

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

• Provide high quality, professional day-to-day execution of internal audit engagements and projects in line with firm risk management practices to… KPMG US


17 days ago

Manager, Federal IT Attestation

KPMG US Mc Lean, VA

• Plan and execute the day-to-day activities of Information Technology (IT) audit engagements, including system development, package implementation… KPMG US


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    Pros

    If you make the right connections, this can be a great place to advance your career. There is a strong emphasis on work-life balance, but only to an extent. The pay is okay, but raises can be pretty weak. Your best bet is to get in high and not expect huge jumps in pay every year.

    Cons

    When you get beyond Manager it gets a little difficult and more political in terms of promotions, etc. If you don't work for the "right' person you might get stuck on projects where you're not doing what you came there to do - sometimes for years. The person you work for needs to be able to sell the work you want to do - without that it can be a very difficult place to work. The one thing that bothers most employees is the vacation situation: you've given a good amount of vacation but it is "use it or lose it". You can carry over a certain amount of hours but that's it. Sometimes your in a position where you can't take vacation and you end up loosing it. It's not fair. You earned that vacation if you can't take it there should be a way for you to at least get paid for it. Obviously you need to look at individual cases but if someone is billable for 12 months and wasn't able to take their vacation - they should be paid for it.

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    There are some partners that probably shouldn't be partners. The best way to figure out who those partners are - is to see which partner has the most turn over. Look at everyone from administrative staff to client service personnel, you'll find the ones that can't keep a admin are probably the ones you really need to look at. You've got great talent at the manager and director level - maximize that by paying them more than what you think the market is. Don't compromise on bill rates, leverage the firm's reputation and demand the most from the market.

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