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  • Accounting Manager (Hybrid)

    As the US Cloud Accounting Manager, you will oversee the production of periodic financial reports and ensure that the reported results comply with generally accepted accounting principles.
    $60k-83k yearly est.7d ago
  • Remote Tax Manager

    JL Recruitment Group is partnering with an Accounting/Financial Consulting company who is looking to add an experienced Tax Manager to their team. The Tax Manager will also provide technical input on tax and accounting issues, research tax solutions, provide training to less experienced staff, and nurture client relationships.
    $87k-122k yearly est.15d ago
  • Manager, ES Risk Regulatory Change Management

    As a Risk Management professional in Capital One's Enterprise Services (ES) Risk organization, you will apply your risk management skills to the company's assessment and implementation of new and updated laws and regulations; you will also ensure ongoing regulatory applicability to and compliance of business processes and controls. Center 2 (19050), United States of America, McLean, VirginiaManager, ES Risk Regulatory Change Management
    $160.2k-182.8k yearly1d ago
  • Tax Manager - International Tax

    We are currently looking for a tax manager to join our International Tax team who will exemplify our core values: Our integrity remains unmatched as we genuinely value our clients, and it's this exceptional standard of care that distinguishes Geffen Mesher from its peers. We are Geffen Mesher, a Portland-based accounting and consulting firm that focuses on providing ongoing financial strategy, accounting and tax services for businesses and high-net-worth individuals.
    $80k-118k yearly est.60d+ ago
  • Audit Manager

    Location: Hybrid/Remote in Dunedin, Florida area (fully remote can be considered for the right candidate) The Senior Audit Manager will perform compilations, reviews and audits on various financial records. While the local firms under BJM may differ, we are one network and one team with a unified mission of profitable growth and outstanding client service: providing top-notch accounting, tax, auditing, bookkeeping, and advisory services. And we are looking for an Audit Manager to join our team at Dunedin, FL Branch Location. BJM Group is a network of local accounting firms throughout Georgia and Florida.
    $100k-115k yearly5d ago
  • Indirect Tax Audit Manager

    The Indirect Tax Audit Manager will be responsible for managing Sales & Use tax audits and/or administrative appeals for Dollar Tree and Family Dollar.
    $125k-167k yearly est.4d ago
  • Healthcare Quality and Risk Adjustment Manager - REMOTE

    We are currently hiring a REMOTE / HYBRID Quality and Risk Adjustment Manager ! If you are detail-orientated, have coding experience, are data driven, and value being part of a team that makes a difference, you may be the right person for the position! Apply today! Classification: EXEMPT Status: FULL-TIME, Monday - Friday, generally 8am - 5pm, Pacific Time Salary: $3,144.23 - $3,717.84/BI-WEEKLY Department: QUALITY Work Location : LOCAL TO OREGON PREFERRED (Must reside in OR, WA, CA, NV, AZ, TX, WY, GA, AL, FL) Reports to: DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH Supervision Exercised: OVERSIGHT OF QUALITY DEPARTMENT STAFF This position is classified as CONFIDENTIAL JOB PURPOSE: Quality and Risk Adjustment Manager This position plans, implements and evaluates Advanced Health's Quality Management and Risk Adjustment Program Strategies. By working on improvement initiatives and projects with staff, business partners, consumers, and community members, this position ensures compliance with related OHA-CCO quality management and improvement goals and metrics, performance measure validation, process improvement implementation, reporting, and ensuring culturally appropriate care and corporate plans and policies. This position ensures effective Risk Adjustment Program Strategies by ensuring accurate documentation of Member conditions and appropriate plan reimbursement to support quality patient care, serving as the primary risk adjustment liaison for all involved stakeholders, including Quality, Finance, Analytics, and Executive leadership. This position requires the technical, analytical, and interpersonal experience needed to identify, analyze, and solve problems related to quality improvement, HCC coding, encounter accuracy, and stakeholder education. QUALIFICATION, EDUCATION, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS Bachelor's degree in business, mathematics, or related field required, Master's degree strongly preferred Five year's progressively responsible quality management Three to five years' experience in Medicaid risk adjustment and coding experience Minimum two years' experience in a medical office, clinic or healthcare administration setting and two years' experience in customer service-related position Experience leading, training, and managing a team Certified Professional Coder or Certified Risk Adjustment Coder, willing to obtain within the first year of hire ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Quality Department Management In collaboration with the Director of Social Determinants of Health, Executive Program Director, and other key leaders and stakeholders, ensure the development and implementation of a culture of information-based introspection that supports the use and application of information and learning to achieve CCO metric outcomes and the Quadruple Aim Develop, implement, communicate, and provide oversight of quality improvement strategies that represent compliance with required OHA contractual quality objectives and metric achievements, standards, and all other state, federal and other regulatory requirements Direct the development of evaluation tools that will produce quantitative and qualitative data for use on an ongoing basis Develop and make recommendations for a cost-effective Quality Management Improvement (QMI) program and performance improvement targets, and manage the measurement, validation, and evaluation of QMI results and implement corrective actions if indicated Assist in the coordination, management, and analysis of QMI activities directed by the Clinical Advisory Panel and Chief Medical Officer In collaboration with the Executive Program Director develop, implement, evaluate, and as needed, revise the annual Transformation and Quality Strategy (TQS) Monitor, audit, and document internal and external processes to ensure that improvement and performance review activities comply with all relevant standards and regulations, and ensure that contracted QMI deliverables are achieved Provide leadership to and staff the Inter-Agency Quality Committee at regular monthly meetings, ensuring agenda, meeting minutes, and other materials are prepared Oversee and assure the development of interdisciplinary reports regarding performance, including those for external review, and recommend revisions or corrective actions, as appropriate Monitor contracts with delegate vendors related to QMI activities and recommend process improvement strategies and/or corrective action when indicated Review the annual External Quality Review's Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement Program In collaboration with key staff, assure the validation of metric reports issued by OHA, maintaining timely tracking of OHA incentive measure metrics Develop and/or identify and make available to provider offices quality improvement tools that support OHA metric achievement In collaboration with the Interagency Quality Committee and the Clinical Advisory Panel and the Quality and Health Outcomes Committee of OHA, develop, and as indicated, directly lead, process improvement projects to advance best-practice systems transformation plans Ensure the on-time reporting of OHA required Performance Improvement Project (PIP) reports, quality measure data reports, and other CCO contract deliverables as assigned; anticipate problems and barriers and exercise leadership in resolution ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Risk Adjustment Program Development and Management Serve as a primary contact and subject matter expert for the Medicaid Risk Adjustment Program, staying up to date on industry trends and evolving payment policies Develop and implement the annual risk adjustment strategy, working closely with leadership to ensure alignment with company goals Develop provider incentives to improve the accuracy of diagnosis documentation Use analytics to define risk adjustment focus and identify opportunities to increase coding accuracy and completeness Build and maintain excellent relationships with risk adjustment vendors, coordinate their day-to-day operations, and ensure adherence to vendor agreements Plan, implement, and maintain risk adjustment program projects, including but not limited to following project plans and timelines, coordinating, and facilitating meetings of project stakeholders, tracking, and communicating project statuses, and tracking project timeframes and deliverables Develop and direct provider training related to risk adjustment Develop and distribute accurate and actionable risk adjustment reports and ensure timely distribution to providers Assist in the development and revision of current policies and procedures relevant to program activities Identify issues determined to impact risk adjustment, and work with the affected teams to resolve those issues in a manner that complies with all applicable internal and external governing rules and regulations Track and report findings of chart audits and opportunities to improve documentation and coding back to providers and staff Support ongoing audit system to assure that improved documentation and coding occurs in a timely manner Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures as applicable to area(s) of responsibility Handle confidential information and materials appropriately and maintains a secure work area Other duties as assigned ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: ORGANIZATIONAL TEAM MEMBER Participate in quality and organizational process improvement activities and teams when requested Support and contribute to effective safety, quality, and risk management efforts by adhering to established; policies and procedures, maintaining a safe environment, promoting accident prevention, and identifying and reporting potential liabilities Openly, clearly, and respectfully share and receive information, opinions, concerns, and feedback in a supportive manner Work collaboratively by mentoring new and existing co-workers, building bridges, and creating rapport with team members across the organization Provide excellent customer service to all internal and external customers, which includes team members, members, students, visitors, and vendors, by consistently exceeding the customer's expectations ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Professional Development Recognize new developments and remain current in Utilization Management best practice standards and anticipate organizational modifications Advance personal knowledge base by pursuing continuing education to enhance professional competence Promote individual and organizational integrity by conducting oneself in an ethical manner Represent organization at meetings and conferences as applicable ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES: Personnel Management Plan, orient and assign work to personnel that supports goals and objectives contained in the organization's Strategic Plan Oversee, direct, and organize the work of support and operational teams and personnel to deliver outstanding team-based services Promote a culture of risk-management, team-based, values-based, high-performance, and continually improving practice that values learning and a commitment to quality Establish and monitor assigned staff performance, assign accountabilities, set objectives, and establish priorities . click apply for full job details
    $3.1k-3.7k weekly11d ago
  • Director of Accounting

    LOCATION: Springfield, MA (or Chicago, IL) The Director of Accounting is responsible for accounting duties and manages a team to support Cloud5 financial operations.
    $124k-178k yearly est.15d ago
  • Third Party Risk Manager

    Global Manufacturing Fully Remote (USA) Competitive Salary + Bonus + Package If you want to hear more about this role please reach out to Rohan at With over 25,000 employees worldwide across 150 countries - grossing $9bn in annual - this global Manufacturing leader is centred around excellence and distinction. Their admired internal environment offers a multitude of learning opportunities and global exposure; consistently working with Executive C suites. This organization are seeking a Third Party Risk Manager to join their illustrious rank of Procurement specialists. This is the perfect platform to join a best-in-class organization that continues to excel through innovative and proactive growth strategies. Managing over $100m in annual spend, you will have an abundance of opportunities to manage key internal and external stakeholder relationships on a worldwide scale; across the Americas, EMEA, APAC and emerging markets. As a Third Party Risk Manager , you will: Deploy meticulous risk assessments, impact analysis, and develop refined Business Continuity Planning with Third Party Suppliers Work very closely with Procurement and Supply Chain to optimize lean manufacturing Design and implement IT Disaster Recovery (RTOs and RPOs), Crisis Management and Mitigation Strategies on a global scale Required Skillset: Essential: Third Party Risk Management experience specifically within a Manufacturing environment Experience developing BCP strategies with Procurement functions Degree from leading college If you are a capable, dedicated and experienced Procurement professional seeking a high level challenge within a global leader, please email a copy of your resume to Rohan at Key Words: business continuity, business continuity planning, business continuity strategy, BCP, risk assessment, impact analysis, business resilience, manufacturing, usa, remote, east coast, hybrid, third party, third party suppliers, third party risk, third party risk planning, third party risk assessment, third party risk strategy, procurement, procurement manager, quality assurance, supplier quality assurance, supplier quality engineer, quality engineer third party risk manager, third party risk management
    $77k-110k yearly est.6d ago
  • Audit Manager, Seniors & Experienced Staff - Home Based Flexible Hours!

    CPA Firm Audit Managers, Seniors and Experienced Staff - Fully Remote Home Based Career Opportunity! Well established, highly profitable CPA firm offers several exceptional career opportunities for Audit Managers, Seniors and Experienced Staff to work from home with flexible hours. We offer a very reasonable work / life balance, diverse SEC and closely held clients in numerous industries to work with, fast track promotions, and above market compensation packages. Experienced Staff and Seniors receive paid overtime at time and one half. Relocation for those preferring to move (not required) and H1 visa transfer assistance may be available for exceptional out of town candidates. Requirements: Prefer candidates currently (or recently) at an Experienced Staff or Senior level or above with a Big-4, national, or large local CPA firm. Minimum of 1 year of hands-on experience with a U. S. based CPA firm.
    $98k-145k yearly est.4d ago
  • Tax Managers

    Katz, Nannis + Solomon is seeking a Tax Manager focused on Corporation & Partnership tax to join its thriving and well-established practice.
    $81k-114k yearly est.11d ago
  • Manager of Investment Accounting

    As the Manager of Investment Accounting, the individual will interact with and support various aspects of accounting, financial analysis, and reporting for the group.
    $87k-150k yearly est.5d ago
  • Budget Manager, Sr. (4846)

    T he Senior Budget Manager will manage the operational budgets and reporting processes including collection, population, and analysis of organization and business data for the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) . The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) announces an opportunity for a Senior Budget Manager to join our team in Charlottesville, Virginia .
    $65k-88k yearly est.3d ago
  • Tax Manager and Seniors

    Well established local CPA firm is searching for a Tax Manager and Senior to add to their growing staff. Professional, friendly work environment features a great work life balance and the ability to work remotely with some in office or client location work assignments. They offer a very reasonable work / life balance, high base salaries and bonuses, overtime paid at time and one half for Seniors, and excellent career growth potential. Relocation and H1 visa transfer assistance are available for exceptional candidates. This firm is an excellent alternative to the extreme overtime, required travel, and office politics of Big-4 and national CPA firms. They will take candidates out of the Big-4, national, and high quality local CPA firms based in the U. S. Company Profile: We are an Entrepreneurial boutique CPA firm serving clients more effectively by providing an atmosphere of growth and excellence, up-to-date professional information, and staff continuity. In turn, that allows our professionals to look consistently beyond mere numbers and help clients identify and exploit business opportunities. We have many entertainment industry, manufacturing, distribution, and real estate clients. Job Description: Senior level position; requires an experienced tax professional with strong interpersonal skills. Prepare tax returns of individuals, trusts and partnerships/corporations; Assist with tax projections and researching technical issues; assist with facilitating client relationships. Ability to assist in audit, review, compilation and preparation of financial statement engagements (accounting and audit training to be provided if no previous experience). Education and Experience: BA/BS degree from an accredited college/university. Active CPA license or actively pursuing certification 2-7 years tax preparation experience in a public accounting firm Skills Punctual, reliable and detail oriented. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills to assist in identifying issues. Strong communication skills to confidently communicate and converse with staff and clients. Organizational skills to process all tasks efficiently and effectively. Self-confidence to take the initiative to maintain a functioning work environment especially. Achievement-motivated to set and surpass realistic goals.
    $75k-109k yearly est.5d ago
  • Manager, Cyber Risk & Analysis (Technology and Cyber Change)

    Center 2 (19050), United States of America, McLean, Virginia As a Manager of Cyber Risk and Analysis in Capital One's Enterprise Services (ES) Risk Office (ES Risk, first line of defense), you will play a key role in managing, overseeing, and enhancing the end-to-end execution of targeted risk assessments for organizational material technology change initiatives. Manager, Cyber Risk & Analysis (Technology and Cyber Change)
    $160.2k-182.8k yearly2d ago
  • Security Audit Manager

    At ManTech International Corporation, you'll help protect our national security while working on innovative projects that offer opportunities for advancement. + Review Security Systems of Records data against ManTech HCM system to ensure accuracy and validate documentation of Personnel Security activities. ManTech's Internal Audit department is seeking a Security Audit Manager who will help to drive ManTech toward excellence in all aspects of program security, both on classified programs and ManTech's internal systems for covered defense information and controlled unclassified information (CUI). Currently, ManTech is seeking a motivated, career and customer-oriented **Security Audit Manager** to join our team in the Herndon, VA office.
    $95k-149k yearly est.24d ago
  • Audit Manager (Partially Remote)

    Salary: $150,000 - 200,000/year As a manager, you will be responsible for all aspects of a portfolio of client engagements, from client relationships to fieldwork planning and oversight to deliverables.
    $150k-200k yearly6d ago
  • Accounting Manager-Fully remote w/ Excellent Benefits

    Job DescriptionJob Description: Accounting Manager (Fully Remote) * Manage and lead a team of 3 staff accountants and accounting professionals.
    $115k-130k yearly8d ago
  • Audit Manager - Tysons (Hybrid or Remote)

    Cherry Bekaert LLP is a licensed CPA firm that provides attest services, and Cherry Bekaert Advisory LLC and its subsidiary entities provide business advisory and non-attest services spanning the areas of transaction advisory, risk and accounting advisory, digital solutions, cybersecurity, tax, benefits consulting, and wealth management. Let's grow your career as an **Audit Manager** supporting our Tysons, VA, practice. **Cherry Bekaert** is proud to have over **75 years** of experience in Accounting and Advisory services. Cherry Bekaert, ranked among the largest assurance, tax and advisory firms in the U.S., serves clients across industries in all 50 U.S. states and internationally. "Cherry Bekaert" is the brand name under which Cherry Bekaert LLP and Cherry Bekaert Advisory LLC, independently owned entities, provide professional services in an alternative practice structure in accordance with applicable professional standards.
    $88.4k-132.8k yearly17d ago
  • Director, Reinsurance Accounting

    As the Director of Reinsurance, you will manage staff, help lead the onboarding of new strategic reinsurance transactions and administration existing reinsurance.
    $87.7k-159.9k yearly60d+ ago

Average Salary For an Audit Manager

Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for an Audit Manager is $121,419 per year or $58 per hour. The highest paying Audit Manager jobs have a salary over $178,000 per year while the lowest paying Audit Manager jobs pay $82,000 per year

Updated May 29, 2023
Average Audit Manager Salary
$121,419 yearly
$58 hourly

5 Common Career Paths For an Audit Manager


Controllers are employees in the accounting department who manage the finances of the organization. They are involved in the budget setting activity at the start of the company's fiscal year. Controllers are responsible for ensuring that all departments work within their respective budgets. They have the power to recommend budget cuts due to any unforeseen circumstances that may happen. They also have the ability to veto or forego budget items. Controllers should have accounting skills and auditing skills. They must also be trustworthy and should work with integrity.


Managers are responsible for a specific department, function, or employee group. They oversee their assigned departments and all the employees under the department. Managers are responsible that the department they are handling is functioning well. They set the department goals and the steps they must take to achieve the goals. They are also in charge of assessing the performance of their departments and their employees. Additionally, managers are responsible for interviewing prospective candidates for department vacancies and assessing their fit to the needs of the department. Managers also set the general working environment in the department, and they are expected to ensure that their employees remain motivated.

Accounting Manager

An accounting manager is responsible for supervising and monitoring the overall accounting department operations. Duties of an accounting manager include reviewing account information and account statements, processing invoices, analyzing financial data, performing account reconciliations, assisting with tax processing and audit reports, and generating financial reports for presentation with the board. An accounting manager must have excellent knowledge of the accounting principles and legislation to assist the team with the company's financial goals. Accounting managers must have the outstanding analytical, critical thinking, and decision-making skills to develop the best competitive financial strategies.

Vice President

Vice presidents are usually considered the second-in-command in the organization, depending on the organization structure. They take over when the president is unavailable to fulfill duties. They may also represent the organization in external events and other official functions. They are important members of the boardroom, and their opinions are usually sought after as well. Vice presidents are usually poised to follow the president's footsteps in the organization, especially if the president is nearing retirement. They also make urgent and crucial decisions when the president is not available to do so. Vice presidents must have strong business acumen, decision-making skills, and professionalism.

Finance Manager

A finance manager is responsible for monitoring the financial system of a company. Their tasks include handling their organization's financial status, generating cost estimates and budget goals, identifying business opportunities to increase revenues and profitability, improving financial strategies, reducing costs, analyzing account statements, processing invoice as needed, analyzing market trends, searching potential partnerships, and presenting reports. A finance manager must have excellent analytical skills and knowledge of the accounting and financial industry. They are responsible for providing the best recommendations for the organization's growth.

Illustrated Career Paths For an Audit Manager

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