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Updated on April 30, 2021
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VP Finance and Accounting in Orange County.
Must have experience with Real Estate Construction.
Please Call Heidi Ankenbrandt McLeod,
The Ankenbrandt Group
Tax Manager – South Orange County, California
Join a thriving well-run Tax practice in South Orange County. The client base is high net worth individuals, small businesses, and real estate partnerships. Excellent opportunity to work toward becoming a partner of the practice without having to bring a book of business
Growing multifamily homebuilder needs Director to oversee all aspects of accounting – general ledger, receivables, payables, payroll and financial reporting. Analyze fin’l results w/ respect to profits, trends, costs, reporting & compliance w/ budgets.
North Orange County CPA firm seeks a well-rounded, hands-on tax professional with the right skills and mindsets. CPA with a modest client book is preferable, suitable for progression to partner/shareholder and managing partner role.
Dedicated to placing high-quality candidates with growing companies. We strive to make a difference in your career and utilizing my knowledge of the real estate industry to get you an ideal job in the real estate market.
Across industries and in every market, growth begins with a top-quality candidate. We strive for achievement by finding and placing the right talent to propel your company or firm’s value.
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The same conversation keeps on repeatedly happening with my clients – lack of talent to hire. They can’t find good, young, talented people who want to work hard and have the communication skills to work. There is a gap in the market. It might be the entitlement that kids felt growing up wealthier before the recession/depression hit? Maybe they’re thinking they don’t need to work hard, or maybe these workers have a different spin on what work looks like? They also have huge.
My advice to anyone young and looking for a job:
You will work hard with long days and late nights before you earn those six-figure salaries.
Probably start working in a job that is lower than you originally expected. Learn from it.
Try to use complete sentences when communicating – the texting should stop when you put your cell phone down.
Find a mentor at work to help you understand the corporate culture and how to succeed.