About RoseRyan : Land Your Dream Job
“Salaried consultant.” That’s a career you might not have considered.
At RoseRyan, you get the independence of consulting combined with the trusty paycheck, benefits package and professional support that come with working for an established firm. The job includes flexible hours, generous benefits, quality projects, a family atmosphere and a guarantee you’ll never be asked to work those miserable 70-hour weeks.
This is an ideal career path if you’re a seasoned pro looking for work-life balance, a straight-shooter yearning to escape soul-numbing office politics, a working parent or anyone else who’s spent years mastering the intricacies of finance and accounting and wants diverse and challenging assignments.
Are you good at building relationships? Known for meeting commitments and turning in exceptional work? Do you get a charge out of sharing your knowledge? If you answered yes to those questions, wouldn’t you like to work with an entire organization of people just like you?
Our workforce is distributed but we’re a tight-knit team that runs on honest communication, exceptional performance and creative problem-solving.
We’re always on the lookout for top finance and accounting talent—full-time and part-time. So if you like what we’re about—and you have the right stuff—send your resume to Michelle Hickam or call her at 510.456.3056, x134.
Here are some needs we often have:
We are constantly searching for senior talent, full-time and part-time. Do you have several years of Big 4 public accounting experience? At least 10 years in private industry, preferably as a controller, internal audit manager or director, director of finance or CFO? Do you also have supervisory skills or SEC reporting experience? Those are major pluses. EEOC
We’re looking for SOX lead consultants. Ideal candidates have 15–20 years’ accounting experience, including several years with Big 4 firms and at least 10 years in private industry. You must be able to plan and execute 404 documentation and testing; review work product for accuracy; juggle multiple engagements and timelines; help pre-public, small- to medium-size companies define controls; and remediate design deficiencies as part of 404 documentation development.
We also have openings for SOX engagement team members, both documenters and testers. You should have at least 10–15 years’ accounting experience, including several years of audit work with Big 4 firms, and private industry accounting experience. You’ll also need to be able to execute testing of controls and document test results with exceptional clarity. Experience documenting controls and remediating design deficiencies is a distinct plus. EEOC
We’re looking for chief financial officers to support our emerging growth clients. Have you spent at least 10 years in senior management? Have management and board reporting experience? The ability to make decisions on GAAP issues and multitask in a fast-paced environment? The willingness to dig into detail work when necessary? You’ll score extra points for experience with third-party relationships (investor relations, legal, banking, audit), M&A, treasury, cash management and system upgrades, as well as a CPA andor MBA. EEOC
Finance business analysts
We’re looking for finance business analysts to support our growing business information services practice. Do you have hands-on expertise in business process analysis and re-engineering? Have you been a key contributor to cross-functional project teams? Do you have experience implementing ERP systems such as Great Plains, MAS500, Oracle and SAP? Are you always questioning the status quo and looking for ways to simplify and automate processes? If so, we should talk.
Nice-to-haves include experience with business intelligence and reporting tools (Business Objects, Cognos, Essbase and Brio), Microsoft Access database design and management, and a finance background—CPA and/or MBA. EEOC