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Chief Financial Officer

FirmPrime Buchholz, LLC
ContactLaura Hampe
Email[email protected]
We are seeking an experienced Chief Financial Officer (CFO) ready to play a pivotal role in shaping the future of our firm. If you are a dynamic financial leader with a passion for strategic planning and team development, and not afraid to roll up your sleeves, we want to hear from you. Come join a firm deeply committed to integrity, diversity, inclusion, sustainability, and Corporate Social Responsibility.

The Job
As CFO, you will serve as a member of the Executive Committee, reporting directly to the President. Your hands-on approach will be crucial in driving the financial operations, strategy, and reporting for the firm. Your purview will include strategic planning, financial management, team leadership, and compliance and reporting.

You will be based in Portsmouth, NH, and collaborate closely with department heads, the executive team, the President, and the Board.
You’ll be responsible for:
• Developing and implementing financial strategies aligned with our firm\'s goals
• Overseeing and managing all financial processes, including forecasting, budgeting, executing quarterly billing and financial updates, and reporting to the President and Board
• Leading and mentoring a small team of financial professionals while also actively participating in day-to-day financial activities
• Ensuring compliance with reporting and regulatory requirements both as an overseer and contributor

What we’re looking for:
• Master’s Degree in Finance or Accounting; MBA preferred
• Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation required
• 10+ years in financial leadership roles; investment advisory experience a strong plus
• Experience at a major accounting firm is also a plus
• Exceptional analytical, communication, and leadership skills

What we offer
In addition to your competitive salary, annual bonus, and comprehensive benefits, you will also experience:
• Flexibility: Two days a week, feel free to skip the commute and hit your deadlines from home
• Collaborative culture: A high-caliber executive team and open-door policy
• Savings: No one wants to work forever. Our generous 401(k) match and profit sharing will help those goals become a reality.
• Community: Matching charitable contributions and paid time off to volunteer at charities near and dear to your heart.
• Time: Balance work and play with our rich paid time off and 11 paid holidays. Planning to start or grow your family? We have time off for that too.
Prime Buchholz is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on race, color, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national or ethnic origin, disability, neurodiversity, marital status, veteran status, or any other category protected by law.

About our firm
Prime Buchholz LLC was established in 1988 and has grown to become a leading, completely independent investment consulting firm advising more than 260 institutional clients. Headquartered in Portsmouth, NH—with offices in Boston and Atlanta—Prime Buchholz was one of the first investment consulting firms to develop in-depth expertise in alternative investments such as hedge funds, private equity, and real assets.

Our clients include educational endowments, private and public foundations, cultural and religious organizations, health care and insurance organizations, pension plans, and high-net-worth families. We work closely with our clients to create, implement, and monitor investment policies and asset allocation strategies intended to meet their unique investment goals.

Business Valuation Analyst

FirmHowell Valuation, LLC
ContactCasey Gray
Email[email protected]
Howell Valuation, LLC was formed in 2003 and provides a broad range of business appraisal services for family-owned and privately-held companies throughout New England.
To accommodate growth, we are searching for another professional to join our team. This position is for a part-time Business Valuation Analyst to assist in the performance of research, financial analysis and report preparation. The position has scheduling flexibility, although scalable as client demands arise. This is an opportunity to become an integral part of a busy, professional environment.

• Minimum of Bachelor’s degree. MBA preferred.
• Financial analysis experience preferred.
• Business writing skills.
• Time management skills.
• Competency with Microsoft Office.
• Interest in becoming a Certified Valuation Analyst.

Job Requirements:

Most work tasks require attention to detail, accuracy and confidentiality of all associated matters.
Must possess the desire to learn new procedures and have computer competency. This candidate must have a strong work ethic, good communication and the ability to handle multiple projects with varying deadlines.

Competitive wage based on experience. Paid vacation and holiday pay.

Director of Compliance

FirmVermont Department of Taxes
ContactAndrew Stein
Email[email protected]
Title: Director of Tax Compliance
Application Deadline Date: 09/19/2023
Req ID: 48167
Department: Taxes
Montpelier, VT, US
Position Type: Permanent
Schedule Type: Full Time
Hourly Rate: $39.07+

There has never been a better time to bring your values and talents to the collaborative team at the Vermont Department of Taxes. The rewarding work we do supports this brave little state and helps shape its future. We work with proven, dynamic technologies to fund initiatives that preserve the environment, build vibrant communities, strengthen families, and so much more. Discover new opportunities, learn new skills, and solve problems with our dedicated and supportive team.

We are seeking a Director of Tax Compliance to lead the Department’s Compliance Division. This management-level position will report directly to the Department’s Chief Operating Officer and will work closely with other members of the Department’s leadership team, including the Commissioner, Deputy Commissioner, General Counsel, and other Division directors.

The Director of Tax Compliance oversees, coordinates, and supports the roughly 50-person Compliance Division. The Division is comprised of audit, collections, data analysis, and support sections. These sections work together to employ a service-oriented approach to discovery, audit, and collection of delinquent taxes as well as the promotion of voluntary compliance.

Direct reports to this position currently include the Assistant Director, Compliance Audit Manager, Business Process Manager for data analysis, and a business analyst. The salary for this position ranges from $81,000 to $128,000, depending on experience and qualifications.

Key responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:
• Proactively guiding the Department’s compliance functions through an increasingly complex economy.
• Aligning Compliance Division resources and efforts with the Department’s mission, values, and strategic goals.
• Setting the approach and focus of tax compliance programs and evaluating the performance of those programs.
• Recruiting and developing Compliance Division employees.
• Evaluating, supporting, and improving the performance of employees.
• Fostering cohesion and collaboration across the Compliance Division and the Department.
• Formulating tax policies and regulations.
• Overseeing the development and implementation of taxpayer education programs.
• Executing statewide and departmentwide initiatives and protocols.
• Proactively providing updates to Department leadership on critical Compliance issues.
• Overseeing the development and execution of the Department’s annual audit plan.
• Coordinating compliance initiatives and programs with other states’ revenue departments, other Vermont departments and agencies, the Multistate Tax Commission, and the Federation of Tax Administrators.
• Representing the Division of Compliance both internally and externally.

The ideal candidate will be:
• A motivational leader who can inspire change.
• Empathetic and supportive in their management approach.
• Curious and resilient with a strong growth mindset.
• A strong communicator – both orally and in writing.
• Experienced in developing teams and individuals.
• Experienced in government operations and tax administration.
• Experienced in developing and implementing internal controls.
• Bring a proven record of prioritizing work, managing deadlines, and aligning expectations with senior management.

Who May Apply
This position, Director of Tax Compliance (Job Requisition #48167), is open to all State employees and external applicants.

If you would like more information about this position, please contact [email protected].
Resumes will not be accepted via e-mail. You must apply online to be considered.

Please note that multiple positions in the same work location may be filled from this job posting.
Environmental Factors
This position is open to hybrid work, requiring candidates to be in-office 1 or 2 days a week, and as needed for business needs. Duties are performed largely in a standard office setting, but some occasional travel will require private means of transportation. Some work outside of normal work schedule may be anticipated. Appearances at legislative hearings, tax appeal hearings, and court cases can be expected. Encounters with taxpayers and their representatives may produce stressful situations and strong differences of opinion.
Minimum Qualifications
Master\'s degree or higher in public or business administration, public policy, accounting, mathematics, or a related field AND three (3) years of experience in auditing, public or business administration, accounting, tax preparation, fiscal management, or a related field INCLUDING three (3) years of supervisory experience in any field.


Bachelor\'s degree in public or business administration, public policy, accounting, mathematics, or a related field AND five (5) years of experience in auditing, public or business administration, accounting, fiscal management, or a related field INCLUDING three (3) years of supervisory experience in any field.


Associate\'s degree in public or business administration, public policy, accounting, mathematics, or a related field AND seven (7) years of experience in auditing, public or business administration, accounting, fiscal management, or a related field INCLUDING three (3) years of supervisory experience in any field.


Ten (10) years of experience in auditing, public or business administration, public policy, accounting, fiscal management, or a related field INCLUDING three (3) years of supervisory experience in any field.
Special Requirements
This position will primarily support the Department of Taxes. Candidates must agree to be fingerprinted and pass a background check to be eligible for this position, which will involve access to sensitive federal tax information. Background checks are required by the Internal Revenue Service and are authorized under Vermont law. 3 V.S.A. § 241. In accordance with VDT Standard Operating Procedure 2018-01, Background Investigations, Vermont and national criminal record checks will be conducted on all candidates. Candidates will have the right to withdraw their application before fingerprinting or a background check is conducted.
Total Compensation
As a State employee you are offered a great career opportunity, but it\'s more than a paycheck. The State\'s total compensation package features an outstanding set of employee benefits that are worth about 30% of your total compensation, including:
• 80% State paid medical premium
• Dental Plan at no cost for employees and their families
• Flexible Spending healthcare and childcare reimbursement accounts
• Two ways to save for your retirement: A State defined benefit pension plan and a deferred compensation 457(b) plan
• Work/Life balance: 11 paid holidays each year and a generous leave plan; many jobs also allow for a flexible schedule
• Low cost group life insurance
• Tuition Reimbursement
• Incentive-based Wellness Program
• Qualified Employer for Public Service Student Loan Forgiveness Program
Want the specifics? Explore the Benefits of State Employment on our website.
Equal Opportunity Employer
The State of Vermont celebrates diversity, and is committed to providing an environment of mutual respect and meaningful inclusion that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. The State does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion or belief, national, social or ethnic origin, sex (including pregnancy), age, physical, mental or sensory disability, HIV Status, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, marital, civil union or domestic partnership status, past or present military service, membership in an employee organization, family medical history or genetic information, or family or parental status. The State’s employment decisions are merit-based. Retaliatory adverse employment actions by the State are forbidden.

Vice President of Finance

FirmPike Industries, A CRH Company
ContactKarolina Jurkiewicz
Email[email protected]
Position Overview

Reporting to the Company President, the Vice President of Finance provides leadership of the finance function and works closely with senior management of the company and be part of the Northeast Division Finance leadership team and dotted line reporting to the CFO of the Northeast Division.  Responsibilities include financial leadership, oversight of financial systems and procedures including month end closings, effective communication and implementation of policies and practices, detailed oversight of the managerial reporting process and problem resolution.

Roles and Responsibilities
(Essential Duties and Functions)
Oversees accounting personnel and functions in the day-to-day financial activities of the Company (AR, AP, banking, payroll, collections, etc.) and the preparation of internal financial statements.
Works closely with the Company President and other senior members of management on financial planning, corporate vision, and strategic planning.
Provide strategic financial leadership and support for the evaluation of capital expenditures, contracts, forecasts, budgets, strategic plans, and other financial issues affecting the business.
Prepares operating budgets and management reports; makes independent economic analyses of business opportunities; and evaluates the financial impact of related actions being considered by the corporation.
Organizes, interprets, and presents operating and financial data, including identification of significant indicators to senior management.
Ensures that effective corporate and operational systems are established and maintained.
Recommend and lead new efforts to improve management and financial performance.
Ensure that adequate controls are implemented and maintained to safeguard financial risk and assets of the organization. Ensures that effective corporate and operational systems are established and maintained.
Works in conjunction with auditors in the preparation of audited financial statements.
Ensures compliance with state tax (sales, income, etc.) laws in several states, including collection, payment and reporting.
Ensure the motivation and team building, performance management, career development, and succession planning for all department employees in coordination with the Human Resources Manager.
Stay abreast of trends and regulations to ensure effectiveness and compliance of the finance and accounting functions. Assist in performing all tasks necessary to achieve and help execute staff succession and growth plans.

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.



BS degree in Accounting, Finance or Business, plus 5-10 years of relevant financial management experience. CPA and/or MBA preferred but not required.
Proven ability to develop relationships and to work with teams as both a leader and a participant.
Strong financial analysis capabilities, including discounted cash flow modeling and analysis.
Skill in examining and establishing proper financial operations and procedures.
Ability to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
Strong business and strategic leadership abilities.
Ability to translate business objectives into actionable, measurable initiatives.
Excellent problem-solving skills.
SAP experience preferred but not required

Work Requirements

Strict adherence to safety requirements and procedures as outlined in the Employee Handbook.
Willingness to work in a team environment and assist co-workers or supervisors with other duties as required.
Excellent troubleshooting skills and the ability to communicate problems clearly and concisely by collecting data, establishing facts, and drawing valid conclusions. Ability to interpret and follow an extensive variety of technical instructions.  

Knowledge/Skill Requirements

Must demonstrate the ability to use a computer to communicate and analyze data.  This includes but is not limited to the use of Outlook, MS Office programs, Hyperion financial software and other web-based programs.
Strong values and high standards of ethics, integrity, and trust.
Highly effective oral and written communication skills required.
Ability to understand and follow complex verbal and written instructions.
Ability to communicate effectively and work well with other personnel.
Ability to develop and foster relationships and trust at all levels of the organization.
The ability to lead effective teams and develop direct reports.
Strong financial, analytical, and problem-solving skills.
Strong negotiation and project management skills.
Business acumen in manufacturing, distribution and/or construction operations.
Strong action orientation and drive for results.
Strong oral/written communication, presentation and listening skills.
The ability to deal with ambiguity and facilitate change.
The ability to lead effective teams and develop direct reports.

Seasonal Tax Preparer

FirmKarr & Boucher, PLLC
ContactJim Roberge
Phone603-625-8286 x226
Email[email protected]
Are you a recently retired CPA looking to earn some extra money during the winter months? We are a local Manchester NH firm who is looking for an experienced individual to prepare 1040’s from February 15-April 15. Compensation will be based on a percentage of billings. Flexible hours.

Auditor - Concord NH - Region One

FirmOffice of the U.S. Trustee, DOJ
ContactCarmen Davis
Email[email protected]
To see full description and application process please refer to:

The Auditor is responsible for the financial analysis and related investigative work associated with bankruptcy cases under applicable law. This analysis and investigative work supports the litigation and civil enforcement efforts of the USTP. Analytical and investigative assignments require a professional knowledge of accounting and financial analysis to perform work that is similar in scope and complexity to that performed by a public accounting firm.

Senior Tax Accountant

FirmPerrault & Billings Tax Services, LLC
ContactDenise Perrault
Email[email protected]
Perrault & Billings Tax Services is a small, family friendly tax firm located in Salem, NH, minutes off the highway. We need someone to help prepare and review tax returns. Part time hours from April 15th to February 1st. Part time hours are negotiable and can be anywhere from 15-30 hours per week. We will need full time for tax season, February 1st through April 15th. This position comes with partnership consideration if interested.


Bachelor’s (Preferred)
Tax Experience, 5+ years with individuals and business entities
CPA Preferred but not required
Job Requirements:

Tax return preparation to include individual, corporate, partnership and trust tax returns
Review of tax returns if needed
Ability to prepare multi-state income tax returns
Experience with ATX is a plus but not required
Consolidated returns a plus but not required
Available to work mandatory overtime during the months of February – April 15th, including Saturday’s
Ability to work independently
Flexible and remote hours, outside of tax season, would be considered for the right candidate.
Compensation will be determined based on experience. Please provide a resume, salary requirements and hours preferred in your response.

Work Remotely

Remote work allowed. Will need to come into office occasionally during tax season.

Bonus pay

Bachelor\'s (Preferred)

Tax Experience: 5 years (Required)
Corporate Tax: 1 year (Required)

Staff Accountant

FirmLeone, McDonnell & Roberts, PA
ContactSarah Scheffer
Email[email protected]
The Certified Public Accounting firm of Leone, McDonnell & Roberts, PA is hiring a Staff Accountant to work in our Wolfeboro, New Hampshire office. This position offers excellent opportunities for experience, knowledge and advancement.

Are you ready to take the next step in your career? We are looking for passionate, talented, motivated individuals to join our team! The ideal candidate will be responsible for federal and state tax return preparation (corporate, individual, partnerships and trusts), and perform audit, review and compilation engagements. As a team member, you will become active in client engagement and development. If you are seeking work in a professional atmosphere with growth potential, Leone, McDonnell & Roberts is the place for you!

We encourage staff to sit for and pass the CPA examination, if eligible. Flexible work environment, and hybrid work possibilities available.

-Bachelor’s degree with a concentration in accounting preferred
-Plan to obtain 150 credit hours, CPA candidate
-Strong verbal and written communication skills, and interpersonal skills
-Develop and maintain strong client relationships
-Strong analytical skills and attention to detail
-Ability to work independently or in team setting on complex assignments and projects
-Knowledge, proficiency and aptitude for applicable software and firm technology, including Microsoft Office applications

We offer a competitive salary and great benefits. Location: Wolfeboro, NH. Other locations may be available as well.

Application Deadline & Instructions:
Please forward your resume and a cover letter.
-Email: [email protected]

Finance Director

FirmDismas Home of New Hampshire
ContactCheryll Andrews
Email[email protected]
Position Description:
Reporting to the Executive Director, the Finance Director assists the Executive Director in the management and performance of the fiscal/business, human resources, and administrative functions of the organization. The Finance Director also works with the Operations Director and the Clinical Manager on financial matters in their departments.

Fiscal Management Responsibilities:

Prepare and submit the monthly third party billing and rebill as needed
Prepare and submit the monthly financial reports and invoice for the
state contract
Record non-government revenue (donations, grants, sponsorships) into CRM
Run Reports as requested
Prepare an ongoing cash flow projection
Make bank deposits
Reconcile monthly bank, credit card and investment statements
Ensure all revenue and expenses are recorded
Enter receipts, invoices, and statements into Quick Books
Journal entries
Preparation of relevant financial reports (monthly or Quarterly)
Income Statement/Statement of Activities
Balance Sheet//Statement of Financial Position
Monthly Cash Flow
Cash Flow Forecast
Management Narrative
Financial Dashboard (Board of Directors)
Issue timely, accurate and complete financial statements
Prepare draft audited financial statements and tax returns
Prepare financial information for the organization’s annual report
With Executive Director, Operations Director, Board Chair and Treasurer prepare the annual operating budget
Prepare monthly status report: actuals v budget, projection v budget
Prepare information for CPA for tax return
Suggest improvements in processes to increase organizational effectiveness

Human Resources Responsibilities:
Review timecards/timesheets
Run bi-weekly payroll using a third-party payroll provider
Download pay stubs and e mail to staff members
Download payroll tax report
Submit form 941 tax payments
Manage Flexible Spending Account details
Submit new hire documentation to the State of NH

Other Responsibilities:
At the direction of the Executive Director serve as contact with accounting firm, banks, insurance agents, vendors BDAS, SOR, and other outside contract service providers

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

Proactive, hands-on manager who will own, in partnership with the Executive Director, responsibility for the financial aspects of Dismas Home
Strategic thinker who possesses solid business acumen and is able to manage multiple priorities
Demonstrated third party experience in healthcare billing
Demonstrated experience in nonprofit fund accounting


ContactDiana Mellar
Email[email protected]
Creare is a leading research and development engineering firm in Hanover, NH, known for its innovative technology and product development. Creare is seeking an experienced Accountant to execute a broad range of accounting assignments with limited supervision. Duties include difficult journal entries, maintaining and reconciling complex general ledger accounts, month-end close activities and financial reports, and shared departmental responsibilities including payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable, billing, cash management, fixed assets, and special reports and analysis.

A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance with a minimum of five years relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.

Creare offers a competitive compensation package, including but not limited to a substantial annual staff bonus, industry-leading 401(k) contributions and plan options, a range of medical plan offerings, and the potential for signing or startup bonuses. Mutual respect, teamwork, and the ability to do the highest quality work define our staff and work environment.

U.S. Citizens or U.S. Permanent Residents only.

Creare is an Equal Opportunity Employer (Minorities/Women/Disabled/Veterans).


FirmGranite State Analytical Services, LLC
ContactJohn Lyons
Email[email protected]
Granite State Analytical Services, LLC is a group of water testing laboratories including GSA in Derry, NH, A&L Laboratory in Auburn, ME and Nashoba Analytical in Ayer, MA. We are an employee focused company with a generous compensation package including health, dental, life and short term disability insurance, 401k with match and a profit sharing plan. Recent growth has led to the need to grow our accounting department in the form of a controller.

Desired Skills
A full understanding of Financial Accounting and GAAP
Expert level Quickbooks user
Detail oriented, accurate, trustworthy accounting professional
Strong organizational, problem-solving, and analytical skills; able to manage priorities and workflow

Establishes systems and controls to ensure the accuracy and safety and soundness of the general ledger, in accordance with GAAP and regulatory guidelines.
Manage 2-3 part time bookkeepers effectively and in keeping with the company’s employee focused culture
Ensure accurate and timely financial reporting, in compliance with GAAP, for effective decision making by the leadership team
Oversee and monthly bank reconciliations
Manage invoicing and receivables
Oversee the scheduling of payables and manage vendors
Recommend and implement cost controls
Prepare annual budgets and report to management regularly
Manage and process biweekly payroll
Demonstrate strong problem solving and decision-making skills by applying knowledge and experience to develop solutions and implement appropriate action.
Evaluate and recommend insurance products and services

5+ years of experience in public accounting or in a similar leadership position in the private industry.

Bachelors degree in Accounting or Finance required. Masters degree preferred.

Compensation commensurate with experience

Assistant Controller

FirmLewis Builders Development, Inc.
ContactSusan Donohue
Email[email protected]
Department: Lewis Builders Development, Inc. Job Status: Full Time

Reports To: Controller

Work Schedule: Regular Business Hours 7:00 AM to 4:30 PM. This is a salary position.

Salary: Up to $100,000 per year.

The Company is looking for an Assistant Controller. This person will learn the Company’s systems by working with our current Controller who is retiring within 3 years. The plan is for this new Assistant Controller to become Controller when the current Controller retires.

The Assistant Controller will work closely with our current Controller on the following:
• Oversee an accounting and human resources department that handles the following entities or divisions:
o Residential construction company\\developer. The Company builds residential condominium developments and apartment complexes ranging in size from 10 units to over 160 units. The Company also designs and builds water utility infrastructure projects.
o Construction equipment company. The company owns the construction equipment and vehicles and leases them to the construction company.
o Land development company. The company purchases the land used by the construction company to build its developments.
o Apartment management company that owns and\\or manages approximately 500 residential rental units.
o Residential condominium association management company that currently manages 3 condo associations that will have 484 residential units when fully built out.
o Division that manages and operates approximately 50 private community water systems.
o Publicly regulated water company that provides water to approximately 4,100 customers in the southern NH area.
• Prepare and\\or review monthly financial statements for the entities\\divisions listed above.
• Prepare budgets, cash flow analysis, accounts receivable collections, maintain fixed asset and depreciation records, etc for all entities and divisions.
• Accounts payable – review weekly check runs.
• Accounts receivable – review billings on a weekly basis.
• Assist and answer questions from employees in the accounting and human resources department.
• Work with construction personnel to review and update job cost reports, entering project / job budgets onto the system to track against the job cost.
• Monitor subcontractor compliance with contracts, insurance requirements, lien waivers, etc.
• Banks – review loan documents, maintain bank covenant compliance, cash management, etc.
• Construction Bonds – work with bonding companies to acquire construction bonds.
• Condominium Associations managed – assist in preparing annual budgets and monthly financial statements. Attend association meetings as necessary.
• Assist in preparation of filings with the NH Public Utilities Commission.
• Review leases, construction contracts, subcontractor contracts, etc.
• Work with legal department as necessary.
• Human resources – review policies and documents to ensure compliance with federal and state regulations. Review quarterly and annual payroll tax returns. The companies employ approximately 100 employees.
• Insurance – review and work with insurance agents to understand and ensure that all entities\\divisions are properly insured. Obtain premium quotes, monitor premium and loss history and coordinate insurance audits.
• Health Insurance – work with insurances agents to review and maintain the health insurance and other group insurance programs.
• 401k – work with 401k provider and consultants to maintain compliance with all federal regulations.
• Prepare documentation and assist outside accounting firms with the preparation of all annual financial statements and tax returns.
• IT – work with outside IT consulting firm to maintain and do regular updates to the company’s computer systems and programs. Assist employees with computer issues.
• Sage 300 (Timberline) – create and maintain reports in Timberline and Crystal Reports. Create and maintain tasks and reports in Timberline’s MyAssistant program. Month and year end closings in Timberline.
• Identify opportunities for operational improvement and develop plans for implementation.
• The Company is affiliated with the Atkinson Resort and Country Club located in Atkinson and East Coast Lumber and Building Supply Company located in Hampstead. The controllers of all 3 companies collaborate with each other and with the General Manages of all the companies to share information and combine knowledge and experience.

Continuing Education:
- Tax rules and regulations (state, federal and local).
- Stay up to date on all applicable laws and regulations (DOL, ERISA, OSHA, DOT, FMCSA, etc).
Job Requirements:

The following items are the standard job requirements for this position.

Education: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, CPA with public accounting experience required.

Experience: Minimum of 4 years’ experience working in a public accounting firm required. Additional experience working in either a construction or real estate company is helpful. Knowledge of public utility accounting and experience working with the NH Public Utilities Commission are a plus but not required.

Computer Skills: Highly advanced skills in Excel required. Advanced skills in MS Office products and tools including, but not limited to, Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, Word, OneNote. Prior experience with Sage 300 (Timberline), Buildium, Sage Fixed Assets, Crystal Reports, Incode 10, and QuickBooks helpful but not required.

Other Requirements:
Excellent organizational and planning skills are a must.
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Excellent interpersonal and managerial skills.
Positive can-do, hands-on attitude.

Senior Auditor

FirmMurphy Gaudreau Hoskinson Inc
ContactJeffrey Murphy
Email[email protected]
Perform various audit jobs of non profit employee benefit plans and commercial industries. Work directly with the partner group and with the audit staff through out the audit engagement. Ability to work with others in a paperless audit environment. CPA or CPA candidate, working Knowledge of PROFX engagement a plus. Competitive compensation and benefit package this is a permanent job.


FirmBusiness Cents
ContactMarieliz Moore
Email[email protected]
Empowering our clients, staff and partners is the goal! Our culture and team are everything. With that
mentality our tribe continues to rapidly grow. We are a professional group that gets the job done. We
find efficiency and deliver accurate results to our clients and partners while having a blast.
Empowerment and teamwork are the key to our success.

Job Description: Bookkeeper
Business Cents (BC) is seeking a bookkeeper who can address all our client’s ledger needs. We offer
several back-office solutions to companies, and it is important to note that one of BC’s priorities is to
maintain a friendly, comfortable work culture for all employees and its clients. That priority starts with
the right person, as much as ability.
Required responsibilities and skills:
Previous experience in QuickBooks or related programs
Strong knowledge of bookkeeping practices and procedures
Maintain business records according to general accounting principles. Including recording general
journal entries, accounts payable, accounts receivable, cash receipts and disbursements.
Monthly reconciliation of all banks, credit card and loan accounts
Month end closing, including analysis and reconciliation of general ledger accounts
Prepare monthly, quarterly, and yearend financial statements
Accuracy and attention to detail absolutely required
A track record of reliability, confidentiality, and conscientious work habits
Self-motivated with the ability to work independently
Ability to organize and prioritize effectively
Ability to adapt and work efficiently in a rapidly changing dynamic environment with deadline pressures
Demonstrated ability in dealing directly with clients
Communicate effectively in spoken and written word for frequent client interaction
Embrace the existing culture and work well with other motivated employees
Excellent computer skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office, specifically Excel and Word
Performing other duties as assigned
Positive attitude and team player

Flexible schedule
Accumulated paid time off (PTO)
Holiday pay
IRA with company match
HRA - Health Reimbursement Account
Paid pro bono work
Meals provided
Cell phone reimbursement
Company vehicle use for anything work related
Job Type: Full-time preferred

Adventurer - Accountant

FirmTabletop Tycoon
ContactChristina Bishop
Email[email protected]
Tabletop Tycoon is currently seeking a vigilant Accountant to keep our books current!
Description of Duties:

*Keeping all accounts current including inventory listings, accounts payable, accounts receivable, reconciling bank accounts, reconciling credit card statements, entering expenses, etc.
*Creating purchase orders, bills, vendor credits, and reconciling vendor accounts.
*Creating estimates, invoices, credit memos, and reconciling customers accounts.
*Calculating and reporting sales taxes and royalties.
*Prepare and send year end tax documents to vendors.
*Performing general accrual accounting tasks and monitoring company budgets and cash flow along with generating regular reports.
*Perform journal entries as needed, and respond to requests for information from our external accounting firm to finish our quarterly and yearly tax filing.

This is a full-time, five-day-a-week, salaried position, located in New Hampshire. A successful candidate must be able to work on-site, barring unsafe local conditions.

An ideal candidate will have most of the following attributes:
*Experience in Bookkeeping, Accrual Accounting, and QuickBooks Online
*A dauntless work ethic and the ability to exercise excellent professional judgment on a variety of projects and content
*Adaptable and able to internalize and take action on a vast amount of information
*Positive team player energized by face-to-face communication and the camaraderie of working with our team to achieve tangible results
*Extremely helpful, resourceful, and self-motivated with a strong drive to learn and better themselves
*Highly organized, detail oriented, and eminently responsible
*Technologically savvy and especially comfortable with spreadsheets and G Suite
*Excellent communication and follow up skills, especially in person and via phone and email
*Sincere alignment with our company values


Flexible schedule
Life insurance
Paid time off
Bi-Annual paid company wide vacation
Professional development assistance
Fully Stocked Kitchen: Snack, Drinks, Meals
Company Sponsored Events
Milestone Bonuses
Paid Parental Leave
Paid Bereavement Leave
Health Insurance

Senior Financial Planner

FirmAurelius Family Office
ContactBrenda Winslow
Email[email protected]
Aurelius Family Office is seeking a CFP or CPA to join our firm as a Senior Financial Planner (SFP). The SFP should have a minimum of 10+ years of experience in complex tax scenarios for high net worth clients. In addition the SFP will develop complex financial plans that incorporate a client’s investments, retirement aims, tax obligations, insurance needs, charitable gifting desires, and estate planning objectives. The SFP will use various tools to evaluate a client’s financial condition and make recommendations to meet the client’s stated short and long-term financial goals. The salary range for this position is $95,000 to $135,000 depending upon credentials and experience, plus revenue and profit sharing. We also offer a preferred work/life balance along with a host of other employee benefits.

• Contribute to the development and implementation of financial plans for clients
• Develop retirement projections, income tax projections and estimates, risk management analyses, and estate plans with subsequent
• Support our Advisors through financial planning research unique to each client
• Present complex financial concepts to clients and prospects
• Summarize client and prospect meeting notes and assign tasks as needed
• Research and participate in projects designed to assist the firm in serving our clients
• Review insurance strategies, employee benefits and retirement planning, and charitable planning
• Evaluate asset allocations to ensure the investment portfolio matches the client’s risk profile and projected returns to meet
the family’s financial goals
• Mentor and provide training and guidance to associate planners on the team.

• 10+ years of experience for SEC registered RIA firms
• Bachelor’s degree in a related field
• Outstanding problem-solving skills that allow you to think outside the box and develop innovative solutions
• Excellent communication skills with your team members, clients, and vendors
• A humble spirit that allows you share your knowledge with team members while being open to learning from others
• Working knowledge of investments, insurance, employee benefits, and retirement planning
• Working knowledge of Microsoft Office including Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
• Familiarity with Salesforce, Holistiplan, InStream, Orion, Morningstar, Bloomberg Tax BNA (preferred)
• High integrity and strong work ethic, with a client-oriented focus

Director of Accounting

FirmCoastal Enterprises Inc CEI
ContactDiana LeBlanc
Email[email protected]
Now more than ever, you can help build a strong and inclusive economy by being part of a team that is expanding small business opportunities in Maine.  

If you are: 

An experienced accounting and finance professional ready to share your technical knowledge, and your talents in a unique non-profit accounting role...

A leader, passionate about developing and taking your team to the next level… 

A strong technical accountant well-versed in GAAP with a focus on Not-for-Profit accounting and/or Banking accounting and reporting...

A skilled management accountant passionate about the monthly close process, technology implementations, budgeting, internal controls, and financial operations…

A professional who masters organizational audits, tax returns, reporting, and compliance…

A problem-solver who is driven to navigate and solve complex problems…

A collaborative team player who communicates effectively with all CEI team members...

Then CEI is the place to put your talents and passions to work.     

Who we are: 

Headquartered in Maine, CEI is a community development finance institution that is a national leader in rural economic and business development. CEI\'s mission is to build a just, vibrant, and climate-resilient future for people and communities in Maine and rural communities. We do this by integrating finance, business expertise, and policy solutions in ways that make the economy work more equitably. 

Over 70 percent of our financing and advice goes to businesses that are expanding opportunities for low-income communities, communities of color, and others who have been left behind by our economy. Learn more about working at CEI here 

What we believe:  

Stewardship: As careful, responsible managers of the resources entrusted to us, we recognize that our decisions and actions have near – and long-term impacts for people and the planet 

Equity: We work to ensure that all people, especially those facing individual or systems barriers to opportunity, can secure a livelihood that enables them to build assets and share prosperity. 

Diversity: We engage diverse staff, board members and partners who bring lived experience, community connections, and know-how to the problems we aim to solve.  

Innovation: We foster creativity and entrepreneurial spirit at CEI, through our networks, and in the communities we serve. 

Collaboration: We share knowledge, practices and resources, and partner with people and organizations to deepen our mission impact.  

Who we are seeking: 

You have a great record of accomplishment, growth, and experience as a finance and accounting professional both in public and private accounting.

You have a history of progressive finance leadership and are ready to lead CEI’s Accounting Department.  

You bring diverse perspectives, experiences, and approaches to the team, enjoy the opportunity to work with people to seek best practices and financial health within the operation. 

You are a strong people manager with strengths in coaching, mentoring, and helping the people in your team grow. 

You are a master when it comes to financial statements, analysis, and budgeting. 

You are a team player and a collaborator and able to work within a complex organization meeting the finance needs of the group.

You have experience with regulatory compliance and reporting.   

You believe in delivering high quality internal customer service and support; and go to work every day ready to give 100%. 

You have a passion for contributing to the purpose of lifting communities.  

Some of your key responsibilities in this role will be:  

You will be responsible for leading, providing management and oversight to CEI’s Accounting Department. 

You will ensure that appropriate systems and industry best practices are in place to effectively maintain accounting and financial management and internal controls.

You will ensure a timely period closes and the production of financial statements.

You will oversee the day-to-day financial and accounting operations, and internal controls.

You will help your team grow, providing coaching, mentoring to team members, and identifying training needs. 

You will oversee all technology usage and implementation in the department.

You will manage reports to external stakeholders and ensure legal and regulatory compliance.

Preferred candidates will have:  

A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance, and 7+ years of successful experience in the combination of these areas: accounting, small business finance, real estate development and institutional investments; preferably in a non-profit setting.  

CPA is strongly desired.

Robust working and technical knowledge of GAAP.

Experience and competencies in not-for-profit accounting and exposure to banking/financial services accounting.

Experience being a people manager; mentoring, coaching, and supporting staff development.  

Strong computer fluency and financial systems expertise, and experience with software implementation.

Strong collaboration and communication skills within a complex organization.

Coastal Enterprises, Inc. is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. We are committed to fostering a diverse, equitable, and inclusive culture and workforce reflective of our mission, values, and communities we serve. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender or gender identity, gender expression, national origin, age, protected veteran or ability status, familial status, or genetic information.

CEI continues to place a high priority on the health and safety of our staff, our clients, and our communities. We continue to monitor and follow guidance from the Maine Centers for Disease Control and the US Centers for Disease Control.

CEI staff are working in a hybrid capacity; up to two days in the office, and the other days remotely. Our offices remain closed to the public but we are conducting on-site meetings when scheduled with one of our team members. We also maintain a staff and visitor log at our primary location in Brunswick.

Director of Finance

FirmW.S. Badger Company
ContactShelby Holtnik
Email[email protected]
The Director of Finance supports the Badger Mission and Principles by overseeing all financial related matters of the organization including aligning and directing the organization’s financial goals, objectives, activities, reporting systems and budgets to meet the goals of the organization. In addition, this role is responsible for directing the accounting operations of the company, managing the work of the accounting department, ensuring compliance with GAAP and performing hands-on Accounting duties.

Essential Responsibilities:
Strategic Planning, Budgeting, Forecasting and Reporting
• Be an active and engaged member of the Strategy team
• Lead annual financial planning, forecasting, and budgeting, developing, and maintaining appropriate financial targets, and KPIs.
• Own and create periodic forecasting process, including working with departments to review, understand and explain variances; follow up with staff regularly and consistently to hold accountable for budget issues. Produces annual budget and makes any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
• Improve, standardize and perform forecasting and modeling activities, including regular financial tracking of Key Performance Metrics to track and predict the Company’s financial performance as well as provide financial support for key company decisions.
• Compares sales and profit projections to actual figures and budgeted expenses to actual expenses; makes or oversees any necessary adjustments to future projections and budgets.
• Works with the leadership of Badger to provide information, ROI, and guidance for strategic and long-term planning, representing an interest in the organization’s financial health

Financial Reporting & Tax Compliance
• Prepare and direct all financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, tax returns, and governmental agency reports for W.S. Badger Company and Three Springs.
• Research and stay abreast of the latest financial accounting reporting trends and GAAP compliance and maintain a documented system of accounting policies and procedures.
• Ensures compliance with local, state, and federal government requirements.

Cash Management
• Closely and proactively manage all cash activities, including cash flow projections to ensure funds availability.
• Manage key vendor and banking relationships to ensure the availability of adequate resources when needed.
• Manage working capital to ensure it meets financial objectives.

Relationship Management
• Maintains relationships with the bank, bank loan officers, and external auditors, including preparing financial packages for loans and negotiating loan terms

Systems and Processes
• Ensure Badger has the right systems in place to support the business and work to continuously improve the system infrastructure at the company.
• Develop processes and procedures that facilitate efficient operations while providing the business appropriate visibility and control over spending and operational decisions.
• Document and understand SYSPRO ERP system

Accounting Oversight
• Oversee Accounting operations, which include accounts receivable, accounts payable, and payroll.
• Supervise Accounting team, including conducting regular check-ins; preparing development plans; conducting alignment building meetings as well as 45 and 90-day check-ins
• Lead hiring for new team members and identifies training opportunities for new and current team members
• Work with the Inventory Analyst to ensure accuracy in inventory costs, obsolete inventory write offs and general auditing of BOM and costing as well as providing strategic guidance for inventory carrying costs based on stock level requirements and sales projection

Experience / Abilities Required:
• Experience in manufacturing, distribution and consumer packaged goods industry highly preferred.
• Effective verbal and written communications skills, including the ability to negotiate effectively and to present complex information to a non-financial audience.
• Strong organizational skills, including the proven ability to work well under pressure, multi-task and meet deadlines.
• Stable track record in a finance role (10+ years). Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration
• Strong leadership skills, including self-confidence, integrity, sound judgment and decision-making, and the ability to maintain confidentiality of sensitive information.
• Excellent managerial skills, including the proven ability to mentor and develop staff through a holistic approach.
• Strong analytical skills, including a deep understanding of complex financial concepts as well as the ability to pay attention to detail and understand the impact of financial trends.
• Strategic thinking skills, including a deep understanding of the business planning and strategy process as well as the ability to understand and predict the impact of industry trends and market forces.
• Strong software skills, ideally including advanced Excel, PowerPoint, SYSPRO or similar manufacturing-based accounting system.

Physical Requirements:
Employee must be able to perform essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodations.

Temporary Tax Preparer

FirmF.G. Briggs Jr. CPA Professional Association
ContactAbby T Dawson
Email[email protected]
We are a small Certified Public Accounting firm located in Manchester, New Hampshire. We are seeking help for the tax season. We are looking for an individual to work 25 to 40 hours per week, with flexible hours during normal business hours. The job would run from late January to mid-April or May. Some previous experience in preparing tax returns is necessary. Pay commensurate with experience.

Tax intern

FirmF. G. Briggs Jr., CPA Professional Association
ContactAbby T Dawson
Email[email protected]
We are a small, local CPA firm in Manchester NH with a general practice, including auditing, looking for a student to assist primarily with tax preparation for the upcoming tax season. Work on accounting and auditing engagements will be included as time permits. Desired hours are 25 to 40 per week, with flexible hours during normal business hours. The job will start mid January and run through mid April; which can be adjusted to fit semester dates. Main duties will include scanning and organizing of our individual client’s documents for preparation of their tax returns; and as experience is developed, individual tax return preparation. Duties will also include assistance with preparation of business tax returns and financial statements, assistance on audits, and research of tax and accounting rules as requested and general office duties.

Staff Accountant

FirmMurphy, Powers & Wilson
ContactStarr Higgins
Phone603-926-8063 ext. 219
Email[email protected]
Murphy, Powers & Wilson is a small CPA firm located in the New Hampshire seacoast area looking for a candidate with experience in public accounting to add to our team. We are an established, full-service firm that provides personal and business tax accounting as well as preparing audits and financial statements.


Experience in public accounting
Proficiency with commercial tax and accounting software, preferably UltraTax and QuickBooks
Experience with financial statement preparation (compilation, review, audit, nonprofit)
Ability to work on multiple engagements simultaneously
Ability to work independently and manage own client list

Prepare federal and state tax returns for individuals, corporations, and partnerships
Financial Statement engagements – assist the engagement team in performing required review and compilation procedures
Tax planning and research

This position is available immediately. Hours can be flexible. Remote or partial remote/hybrid commute is possible for the right candidate. Compensation based on experience is negotiable.

Qualified candidates please forward your resume, salary requirements, and references if available.

Job Type: Full-time


401(k) matching
Disability insurance
Flexible schedule
Life insurance
Paid time off
Professional development assistance
Work from home

Seasonal Tax Preparer

FirmMurphy, Powers & Wilson
ContactStarr Higgins
Phone603-926-8063 ext. 219
Email[email protected]
Murphy, Powers & Wilson is a small CPA firm located in the New Hampshire seacoast area looking for a candidate with experience in individual and business income tax preparation.

This is a seasonal position requiring at least 25 hours per week during tax season. This position will interact on a daily basis with clients, staff accountants, and senior partners.


Experience in public accounting preferred
Experience preparing individual income tax returns for clients
Proficiency with commercial tax and accounting software, preferably UltraTax and QuickBooks
Reliability, trustworthiness, and dependability
Strong interpersonal and communication skills
We offer a great working environment and a flexible work schedule. Compensation is based on experience. This seasonal position could be increased to a full-time position for the right candidate.

Qualified candidates please forward your resume, salary requirements, and references if available.


FirmMilestone Financial Planning, LLC
ContactJonathan Harrington
Email[email protected]
Are you looking to have a Senior Advisor as your mentor? We want to help our team members develop a career progression, advancing at Milestone based on their skills and desires. We can also offer you experience in all areas of a financial planning firm tailored to your interests, including operations, tax, planning, and trading. We have a positive, family-friendly culture, a defined career track, and ownership potential. Milestone is 57% women-owned.


We want you to build deep relationships with clients, including communicating with them on the implementation of their financial plans and updating plans based on key events in their lives. You will work with clients throughout the year on their financial and tax planning using Right Capital, Lacerte Tax Planner, Orion, Advisor Engine (formerly Junxure Cloud), Office 365/Sharepoint and other systems. We help clients with lifetime tax planning, investment strategy, retirement planning, estate planning, and risk management as well as cash management. We want you to build deep relationships with clients through client meetings 1-2x/year, as well as coordinating their service requests such as distributions and Roth conversions. You will work with existing clients and onboard new clients in conjunction with our operations team.

You will be supported by an operations team, trading team and tax team, as well as compliance. We offer additional training in tax preparation and trading for those interested. We have a great tech stack and have streamlined processes for all areas of the firm.

Location: Bedford, NH.


Bachelors’ degree. CFP® Certification. 3+ years of financial planning or tax experience. CPA is a plus. Communication and organizational skills. Must be a team player with strong written and verbal communication skills. Able to work independently and stay productive; self-driven.

Milestone Financial Planning, LLC strives to make a difference in people\'s lives. Our clients (75% local in NH and MA, the rest scattered throughout the US) rely on us to provide comprehensive financial and retirement planning services with an emphasis on reducing lifetime taxes. We are a team of 12 professionals that value the impact of doing meaningful work for our clients while maintaining a work/life balance.

Compensation and Support

Positive, family first culture and flexible work environment. Top notch technology and equipment. You will be mentored by a Senior Advisor to assist with your career development. You will have a defined training period to acclimate you to our clients, team members, systems and processes.

Competitive salary based on experience, $90K+. Company-based bonus structure; a path for professional growth customized for you includes company-paid continuing education and membership in professional organizations, a 401(k) plan with 4% match, and $8,500/year toward benefits such as health and dental (or take it in cash). Short- and long-term disability insurance. Generous time off policy including vacation time, sick leave, and parental leave. We have a defined career track and ownership potential.

Milestone Financial Planning, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and provides an inclusive environment for all employees. All employment is based upon qualifications, merit, and business need. We encourage applications from those who share our commitment to promoting a diverse, welcoming, and inclusive community.

Head of Tax, Accounting & Compliance at Tech Startup

FirmSyndicately (FinTech Startup)
ContactMarlana Trombley
Email[email protected]
Who We Are/What We Do

Syndicately is a private investment infrastructure platform to accelerate capital flows into companies.

We are expanding our team to bring on a Head of Tax, Accounting, and Compliance.

Our Investments in You

We commit to investing in you by strengthening your skills, experiences, and connections that will help advance your career. Regular participation at our on-location site is an important part of our culture. Please be mindful of commute distance when considering applying.

A competitive base salary and potential for performance-based bonus
Company sponsored medical/dental/vision plans
100% Company-paid employee benefits: life insurance, short-term disability, long-term disability
401(k) contribution employer matching
Unlimited paid time off
Weekly lunches and free coffee
Office Snacks
The Purpose of Your Role

Lead and manage complex tax compliance engagements and professional standards, within budget and deadline expectations
Identify and respond to client issues in a timely, accurate, positive and professional manner.
Manage expectations effectively through clear and continuous communication with the client
Prepare and file basic LLC partnership returns for SPVs
Identify all necessary state fees and filing requirements for each SPV
Provide training, direction, and supervision to staff as the team grows
Proactively seek out new business opportunities by participating in various business development activities
The Skills You Bring

Strong critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Intellectual curiosity with a drive for continuous improvement
Strong work ethic, organized, and high attention to detail
Proven ability to communicate timely and appropriately to a variety of stakeholders
The Expertise You Have

Bachelor\'s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or equivalent degree and CPA license
3-5 years of recent relevant financial experience
Management experience
Extensive knowledge of accounting practices and procedures (GAAP)
Knowledge of Venture Capital, Private Equity, Real Estate or private/alternative asset investing markets

Tax Preparer

FirmDavid E. Tully & Associates, PA
ContactDebra Madden
Email[email protected]
Well-respected and highly regarded Nashua CPA firm is looking for part-time senior accountant. We have spent more than 60 years focusing on the delivery of high-quality services and the creation of strong relationships, earning us a reputation for quality, integrity and commitment to client service.
Responsibilities include:
• Prepare federal and state income tax returns for corporations, partnerships, trusts and individuals
• Understanding tax law, rulings, and regulations
• Interact with a wide variety of clients including individuals, S & C corporations, partnerships, estates & trusts, non-profit organizations, and small businesses.
• Plan and perform audited, reviewed, and compiled financial statements in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP).
• Good work ethic, service driven, strong organizational skills, and the ability to take on responsibility. Excellent communication skills a must.
Qualifications and salary:
• Bachelor\'s degree in Accounting or Finance
• 2+ Yrs. of Public Accounting experience (Required)
• CPA highly preferred
• Strong analytical skills
• Excellent time management skills
• Salary is competitive and is commensurate with experience
• Proficient use of CCH software is a preferred

Winter Tax Internship

FirmRaiche & Company
ContactTanya Ouellette
Email[email protected]
The Winter Tax internship is a part time position, requiring a minimum of 20 hours per week, with a local small CPA firm in Dover, NH. During your internship you will prepare tax returns, work directly with the firm’s CPAs and our prestigious clients. The internship is a great way to get real world tax/accounting experience at a local firm. We have offered these intern positions for several years and found that the internship is mutually beneficial to both the students and us at the Firm. In addition, we often have students returning for several years in a row to further their tax knowledge and gain additional experience, which we think speaks to the quality of the internship opportunity. We typically hire MSA students, seniors and juniors. We are also interested in students graduating in December that may be looking for a full-time internship during the winter after graduation. If you are interested in applying for this position, you can contact me directly with a copy of your resume and your most recent transcripts. Internships that work out could lead to full time work upon graduation.

Senior Tax Professional

FirmHoward & Dionne CPAs PLLC
ContactRobert Dionne
Email[email protected]
Well-established tax advisory practice seeks CPA or EA for senior level position.

Primary responsibilities would include the preparation and review of tax returns for individuals, corporations, partnerships, and tax-exempt organizations. In this role, you\'ll be expected to provide excellent professional service to existing clients, and successfully nurture and manage new and prospective clients.

The ideal candidate is an experienced, competent and confident tax preparer. This person can demonstrate their knowledge of current tax regulations, has strong analytical and interpersonal skills, and works well independently.

We are a small office with a thriving tax business, and this position offers unlimited growth potential for the right career-minded individual. We work long hours during the busy season, but take long weekends the rest of the year, and can offer remote work or flexible scheduling to accommodate the right person.

Audit Internship

FirmCaron & Bletzer, PLLC
ContactKim Jarry
Email[email protected]
At Caron & Bletzer, PLLC, we are seeking hard-working, self motivated candidates that have strong communication and analytical skills to intern with our rapidly growing firm. We have begun recruiting for our spring audit internship starting in January 2023 and running through August 2023. The internship is part-time while you are in school and becomes full time (40 hours/week) once school is on break or you have completed school. While you are in school, you set your own schedule based on the hours that work for you! Typically, interns work 8-16 hours while in school. This opportunity would be a remote position.

This position offers practical, hands-on experience. As a working member of our audit team, you will spend the majority of your time completing billable audit work through out the various areas of the audit. You will have the unique opportunity to be part of the whole audit process, from the planning to the completion of issued statements. In the internship position, you will be completing detailed testing to source documents, help draft and issue financial statements and also help with our quality control check. If you are interested in discussing this position further, please feel free to reach out to Kim Jarry at [email protected]!

Business Administrator I

FirmNH Department of Energy
ContactRorie Patterson, Director of Administration
Email[email protected]
The New Hampshire Department of Energy is looking for a motivated, experienced, and team-oriented individual to administer the agency's business management operations, including implementation and evaluation of financial management, budgetary planning and analysis, and personnel and data management programs. Position includes management and oversight of the financial aspects of federal and state grants. Experience using the state's financial systems is preferred. The position is posted on the state's job opportunities website The Job ID is 25635. Applications must be submitted through the portal on that website.


FirmDumais, Ferland & Fuller, CPAs, LLC
ContactKevin J. Ferland, CPA
Email[email protected]
Are you a CPA looking for a partnership opportunity with a well-established NH CPA firm? Are you ambitious and experienced but tired of being unappreciated? Dumais, Ferland & Fuller, CPAs, LLC is looking for you! Located in Somersworth, NH and servicing clients in NH, Maine and Massachusetts, we are a local firm with an established track record. Send your resume to j[email protected] – all applicants will be given consideration.

We are a friendly and professional firm, and this opening is due to growth and retirement. We are seeking a career driven CPA. Candidate should be ready to hit the ground running on day one and excited to work directly with existing and prospective clients on tax returns, financial statements, audits – you will be able to be involved in all aspects of accounting. We work with our clients to ensure not only that their tax compliance requirements are satisfied but also prospectively to support them in implementing tax planning strategies as well as support them in operating their businesses.

An ideal candidate will be able to prepare individual, partnership, corporate and nonprofit tax returns independently while managing the challenges that come with tax season. Additionally, being able to perform bookkeeping/write-up, accounting and payroll for the Firm’s clients and participate with the audit team as necessary. Excellent communication skills, attention to details, strong interpersonal and organizational skills required. An ability to work effectively and independently at times in a deadline driven environment is key. Partnership potential exists for the right candidate so come grow with us!


FirmCommunity Development Finance Authority
ContactCarll Wilkinson
Phone 207-289-3128
Email[email protected]
The Chief Financial Officer (CFO) will oversee a $2 million operating budget with $60 million in assets under
management and will be accountable for the financial, information technology, property management, human
resources, risk management operations, and revolving loan funds of the organization. The CFO’s management skills,
knowledge of bookkeeping and financial forecasting, and skillful partnership building with play a crucial role in
advancing our shared vision and goals. The CFO will report directly to the Executive Director and assist in all
strategic and tactical matters as they relate to budget management, policies and procedures, cost benefit analysis,
forecasting needs, and securing new funding. The CDFA is in search of a finance and operations professional who is
passionate about community development, cares deeply about providing opportunities for low-and-moderate
income people, and possesses uncompromising ethical ambition.
Financial Management
• Directs the accounting function to ensure timely and accurate recording of financial information; oversees
the creation and dissemination of financial reports to the Board of Directors, management, state agencies
and funders. Ensures internal control systems and financial procedures are in place to minimize the risk of
• Executes all financial and accounting activities; in compliance with reporting requirements, i.e. monthly
reconciliations, P& L reporting, state and federal filing, schedules for annual audit and 990 tax return.
• Performs financial planning in collaboration with the Executive Director and the Program Directors of
annual operating budgets and long-term forecasts and provides strategic direction to the Board and
Executive Director based on results. Monitors budgets to ensure operations stay within plan and program
budgets are not over expended.
• Participates in key decision making and expansion activities as a member of the senior management team.
• Oversees the design and execution of policies and procedures that provide a comprehensive system for
managing resources and meeting goals for performance and growth, ensures that the established policies
promote CDFA’s culture and vision.
• Remains current on government regulations and state and federal laws and ensures that organizational
policies adhere to those directives. Ensures the organization is compliant with regulations governing all
programs for which it receives funding.
• Oversee daily operations of the Finance and Asset teams and leads employees to encourage maximum
performance and dedication.
• Manages the operations of CDFA’s revolving loan funds to ensure that funds are lent prudently and that
program requirements are met Evaluate performance by analyzing and interpreting data and metrics.
• Reports to board and committees on all finance and operation matters as requested.
Administrative, Facilities and Information Systems Management
• Oversees the operations of 14 Dixon Avenue, LLC.
• Ensures CDFA’s information technology and communications infrastructure provides an adequate level of
service to allow staff to operate in an efficient and constructive environment.
• Oversees the actions of the IT consultant providing services to the organization.
• Minimum of 5 years’ experience as CFO or equivalent, preferably in a nonprofit environment.
• Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Accounting or a related field.
• Highly organized, systems-thinker with attention to detail; resourceful and collegial.
• Excellent skills in verbal and written communications, problem-solving.
• Ability to work with program funders and partners to move a program to successful completion.
• Ability to provide leadership, analyze situations and data, solve problems, handle or recommend appropriate
course of action.
• Ability to present complex and technical financial and human resource information to a general audience in
order to facilitate decision-making.
• Demonstrated leadership ability, effective team management and supervision of staff.
• Master’s degree in Business Administration or CPA certification
• Significant experience in or knowledge of nonprofit accounting, including sophisticated fund and grant
accounting, compliance and reporting.
• Deep knowledge of federal grant regulations including 2 CFR Part 200

Entry Level Staff Accountant

FirmMaloney & Kennedy
ContactKevin Kennedy
Phone(603) 624-8819
Email[email protected]
Southern NH CPA firm is looking to fill staff accountant positions in our busy and versatile firm. Ideal candidate will have or is looking to obtain their Certified Public Accountant license or Enrolled Agent credentials. We are looking for someone who likes a variety of tasks, has good communication skills, is energetic, ambitious and has the ability to research and problem solve. Responsibilities will include tax return and financial statement preparation as well as assistance with various projects related to our litigation and valuation practice. We are not your average CPA firm and can provide an excellent opportunity for the right person.

Practice Administrator Professional

FirmMaloney & Kennedy
ContactKevin Kennedy
Phone(603) 624-8819
Email[email protected]
Southern NH CPA firm has a unique administrative position in our busy tax and litigation support firm. Ideal candidate will have education, understanding and background with court filings and other legal documents as well as experience in Office Administration and assistance in firm practice management. We are looking for someone who likes a variety of tasks, has good communication skills, is energetic, ambitious and has the ability to research and problem solve.

Main Job Tasks and Responsibilities

Scheduling and appointments
Assistance with the firm’s litigation work including monitoring schedules and deadlines and assisting in report preparation
Answer telephone, screen and direct calls
Coordination and assistance with Marketing tasks
Support to and Interaction with office manager and staff
General administrative and clerical support
Preparation of Client engagement letters and correspondences
Packaging Tax returns and financial statements

Key Competencies

Proficient in Word, Outlook and Excel
Well established verbal and written communication skills
Professional personal presentation
Client service orientated
Organized and attentive to detail
Stress tolerance

Hours: Some Flexibility available – additional commitment needed during busy tax season – extra time off in summer.

Seasonal Tax Preparer

FirmPlodzik and Sanderson, P.A.
ContactMichael J Campo
Email[email protected]
Are you looking for a flexible professional opportunity with an established tax firm? Highly regarded and well-respected New Hampshire CPA firm is looking for seasonal tax preparers with 3+ tax seasons of experience to join our team. Plodzik & Sanderson, P.A. offers a combination of highly technical, complex, and challenging individual and corporate returns, including multi-state tax returns. We offer services to a broad range of industries utilizing a team approach to maximize each professional's strength in serving a client. We serve auto dealerships, construction, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, transportation, professional services, and other small businesses with high quality professional services delivered in an efficient and timely manner.
As advocates and advisors, we are committed to providing our clients with close, personal attention. Our continual investment of time and resources in professional education, technology, research materials and extensive business relationships is indicative of our commitment to excellence. This starts with cultivating a well-rounded team of high-caliber professionals, leveraging each team member’s unique talents and strengths to enhance and elevate the team as a whole. Is this you?
Our offices are in Bedford and Concord, New Hampshire. This is a seasonal position in-office position with flexible hours to fit your schedule, weekend hours available.

• Prepare and review complex individual and business tax returns
• Help clients meet tax reporting requirements
• Prepare tax projections and research tax issues to help clients meet their goals
• Assist clients in making year end accounting adjustments to prepare for tax preparation
• Communicate regarding tax information, questions, and recommendations

• 3+ tax seasons of experience preparing individual and/or business tax returns
• Experience with: Schedule C, business returns, rental property and depreciation, K-1 income, investment income, itemized deductions, tax credits, and state returns
• Demonstrate problem solving and strong verbal and written communication skills
• Ability to set and work with goals, objectives, and deadlines

If you’re excited to join our experienced, dynamic team, we’d love to hear from you. Please email your resume to [email protected] today.

Tax Preparer

FirmF.G. Briggs Jr. CPA Professional Association
ContactAbby T Dawson
Email[email protected]
F. G. Briggs Jr., CPA Professional Association is seeking a part-time tax preparer for the tax season. We are a small CPA firm in Manchester that has been in business for 45 years. We are looking for 25 to 40 hours per week, hours flexible, but during normal business hours. This is on site job, but we have plenty of space. We are primarily looking for help with individual returns, but also could use assistance with business and non-profit clients. Our goal is to provide our clients with quality service, stay organized, and keep the pressure low. Salary commensurate with experience.
Please respond to [email protected]; or call 603-668-1340


FirmTwo International Construction Co., Inc.
ContactSally Evans
Email[email protected]
CPA preferred with construction, real estate and tax experience.
Supervise accounting staff for AR, AP, billing, collection & payroll; Prepare bank and/or tenant requisition for construction projects; Manage cash flow; Maintain or assist property manager and outside accountants with multiple entities and diverse investors for tax & accounting preparation/reporting; Assist with asset management, bank financing, lender reporting & special projects.
Ability to work autonomously as well as part of a team, work well under pressure and manage multiple tasks simultaneously.
Detail oriented, analytical, organized and able to think creatively to solve problems & overcome obstacles.
Salary commensurate with experience. Benefits include annual bonus, 401K, health insurance, PTO.
Send resume and salary requirements.

Entry Level Accountant

FirmPlodzik and Sanderson, P.A.
ContactMichael J Campo
Email[email protected]
Highly regarded and well-respected New Hampshire CPA firm is looking to grow our team! We are seeking a full-time team member to immediately assist with tax preparation. We offer a competitive salary and a commitment to providing a great work life balance. The position is initially working with our tax department in preparing tax returns. Following tax season, this position will assist in the audits of various organizations including but not limited to workers compensation trusts, employee benefits and not for profit organizations. The ideal candidate is someone who wants to grow with our firm, we offer hands on training from the experienced members of our team. This is beyond a job this is an opportunity to start your career right out of college. Our team members currently average more than 9 years with our firm.

Plodzik & Sanderson, P.A. is headquartered in Concord, NH and has a Bedford, NH location. We offer services to a broad range of industries utilizing a team approach to maximize each professional's strength in serving a client. We serve auto dealerships, construction, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, transportation, professional services, and other small businesses with high quality professional services delivered in an efficient and timely manner. As advocates and advisors, we are committed to providing our clients with close, personal attention. Our continual investment of time and resources in professional education, technology, research materials and extensive business relationships is indicative of our commitment to excellence.

Responsibilities include:
• Prepare tax returns (1040s, 1041s, 709s, 1065s, and 1120s) under supervision from more experienced staff
• Interact and communicate with clients
• Work directly with Seniors, Supervisors, Managers, and Partners
• Become familiar with the firm’s policies and procedures regarding tax assignments
• Conduct tax research and form meaningful conclusions for specific projects.
• Respond to tax notices.
• Prepare multi-State Income Tax Preparation.

• Bachelor's Degree Required, in Accounting/Finance or related degree.
• Tax/Audit Intern experience is preferred but not required.
• Strong interpersonal skills. Candidate must have the ability to work in teams and help promote a team environment as
well as professionally manage client relationships.
• Ability to use Microsoft Offices, Outlook, and various accounting applications.

If you are interested in applying please email cover letter and resume to [email protected].

Tax Preparer - seasonal

FirmHarper CPA, PLLC
ContactEthan Harper
Email[email protected]
Harper CPA, PLLC in Peterborough NH is seeking an experienced tax preparer to assist full time during tax season, with the potential for additional hours the rest of the year if interested, or the ability to have summers off. Willing to be flexible with what might work for you. Compensation based on experience.
We are a small, but in-demand, and growing firm with a high-end client base in a unique office location.
If interested, please send cover letter, resume, and pay requirements, to [email protected]

Tax Preparer - Part Time

FirmPlodzik and Sanderson, P.A.
ContactMichael J Campo
Email[email protected]
Highly regarded and well-respected New Hampshire CPA firm is looking for help this tax season! We are seeking a part-time team member to assist with in-person tax preparation. Interested in contract-based work, let’s talk. We offer competitive pay and a flexible schedule to meet your needs. The position is working with our tax department preparing tax returns. The candidate should have three+ years of tax preparation experience with corporate, partnership and individual tax returns.
Plodzik & Sanderson, P.A. is headquartered in Concord, NH and will have a Bedford, NH location in 2022. We offer services to a broad range of industries utilizing a team approach to maximize each professional's strength in serving a client. We serve auto dealerships, construction, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, transportation, professional services, and other small businesses with high quality professional services delivered in an efficient and timely manner. As advocates and advisors, we are committed to providing our clients with close, personal attention. Our continual investment of time and resources in professional education, technology, research materials and extensive business relationships is indicative of our commitment to excellence.
Opportunity for future full-time employment for the right candidates.
Responsibilities include:
• Ability to prepare corporate, partnership, and individual tax returns.
• Ability to support client recordkeeping and questions utilizing various accounting packages including QuickBooks.
• Ability to perform tax services independently.
• Ability to recognize accounting and tax issues and perform research towards resolution.
• Being self-motivated and organized.
• Working as a team member on various tax projects.
• Communicating professionally with clients and colleagues.

Tax Preparer

FirmPlodzik and Sanderson, P.A.
ContactMichael J Campo
Email[email protected]
Highly regarded and well-respected New Hampshire CPA firm is looking to grow our team! We are seeking a full-time team member to assist with tax, consulting, and client services. We offer a competitive salary and a commitment to providing a great work life balance. The position is working with our tax department in preparing and reviewing tax returns and support our client services department in providing accounting and consulting services. The candidate should be able to handle multiple engagements and maintain client relationships. The candidate should have three+ years of tax preparation experience.
Plodzik & Sanderson, P.A. is headquartered in Concord, NH and will have a Bedford, NH location in 2022. We offer services to a broad range of industries utilizing a team approach to maximize each professional's strength in serving a client. We serve auto dealerships, construction, manufacturing, wholesale distribution, employee benefit plans, not-for-profit organizations, transportation, professional services, and other small businesses with high quality professional services delivered in an efficient and timely manner. As advocates and advisors, we are committed to providing our clients with close, personal attention. Our continual investment of time and resources in professional education, technology, research materials and extensive business relationships is indicative of our commitment to excellence.

Responsibilities include:
• Maintaining client relationships and delivering a superior level of service.
• Ability to prepare corporate, partnership, and individual tax returns.
• Ability to support client recordkeeping and questions utilizing various accounting packages including QuickBooks.
• Ability to perform tax services independently.
• Ability to recognize accounting and tax issues and perform research towards resolution.
• Being self-motivated and organized.
• Ability to manage multiple projects in an efficient and timely manner.
• Working as a team member on various accounting, tax and consulting projects.
• Communicating professionally with clients and colleagues.

Chief Financial Officer

FirmCATCH Neighborhood Housing
ContactAmber May
Email[email protected]
Job Summary: Serves as Chief Financial Officer with responsibility for the overall financial management and financial records for Alliance Asset Management, CATCH Neighborhood Housing, IDA, and Portfolios managed by Alliance. Works with the President to ensure the financial strength and stability of the organization. Also responsible for ensuring all entities are properly managed and maintained consistent with the financial standards set by the organization and that the requirements of investors, funders and property governing documents are met.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities: Plan, direct, coordinate, implement and evaluate the financial management systems and activities of the organization. Maintain and prepare accounting and payroll systems, records and reports. Communicate regularly with the Treasurer, Finance Committee, President and staff; recommend courses of action and implement accounting and personnel policies. Prepare program and agency budgets in conjunction with the President. Supervise Finance Staff in related duties.

The Chief Financial Officer works closely with the President, Treasurer and Finance Committee to identify performance goals for CATCH Neighborhood Housing and to establish and maintain systems to monitor performance against those goals.

Plan, direct, coordinate, implement and evaluate the fiscal performance review, operating management performance, effects of changes in public laws, regulations and programs, risk management, contracts with third parties, and reporting requirements for each property included in the larger real estate portfolio. Supervise financial monitoring of existing projects to create and maintain financially viable, permanently affordable housing.

The Chief Financial Officer works closely with the Director of Real Estate & Asset Management, Asset Management Committee, staff (as appropriate) and property management agent to identify performance goals for CATCH housing and to establish and maintain systems to monitor performance against those goals.

Supervision: Directly accountable to the President.

Qualifications: Ability to develop, maintain and produce all aspects of financial statements and reports for a non-profit organization. Must demonstrate sound knowledge of business and non-profit administration practices and procedures. Must have experience in budgeting, budget analysis, general ledger, payroll, and benefits administration. Knowledge of federal and state employment regulations, programs, and practices. Must demonstrate: strong oral and written communication skills; the ability to exercise sound judgment and initiative in solving problems; the ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with employees, board members and the public; and the ability to work with computers and computer software, especially accounting software and spreadsheets. Knowledge of accounting principals generally accepted in the United States of America. Must demonstrate ability to monitor and maintain contractual agreements, prepare clear and concise financial and non-financial reports establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work including, residents, consultants, outside contractors and the general public. Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.

Work Experience and Education: A Master’s degree with emphasis in accounting or business management or similar course work; five years experience as an accounting manager or controller; working knowledge of the accounting procedures of a non-profit organization; or any equivalent combination of experience and education.


Health Insurance – This is 100% paid for the employee. Dependents are the sole responsibility of the employee.
Dental Insurance -- This is 100% paid for the employee. Dependents are the sole responsibility of the employee.
Vision Insurance – This is 100% paid for the employee. Dependents are the sole responsibility of the employee.
Short Term & Long-Term Disability– This is 100% paid for the employee.
Life Insurance ($25,000) – This is 100% paid for the employee.
403(b) retirement plan. Employee is eligible at commencement of employment.
Vacation: 0-2: 15 days/yr., 3-4: 18 days/yr., 5+: 21 days/yr.
Sick (15 days accrued per year, accrued up to a maximum of 30 days).
Personal (3 days accrued per year).
Holiday (11 holidays paid).
Flex Spending (Pre tax program) for Childcare & Medical.
Direct Deposit.
Sufficient time to maintain professional certifications.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP).

Finance Director

FirmTown of Lincoln, NH
ContactElizabeth Mensinger
Email[email protected]
The Town of Lincoln, New Hampshire, with a year-round residential population of approx. 1600 and a peak seasonal population of 15,000 is seeking an experienced Finance administrator to serve as its next Finance Director. Lincoln is located along the I-93 corridor at the foot of New Hampshire’s White Mountains just an hour north of Concord. The year-round recreational opportunities, including the Loon Mountain Resort, set this community apart from other small quintessential New England communities. Administering the finances of the Town with an operating budget of $7 mil, the Finance Director is responsible for financial and administrative work in planning, organizing, coordinating and directing the accounting and financial aspects of the Town. This work includes, audit preparation, policy and procedure compliance, internal controls, state reporting requirements and state and federal accounting compliance. Associates degree in accounting with 3 to 5 years of relevant experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience that demonstrates likely success in the position. Salary range to $68,000; starting salary commensurate with qualifications and experience. Position will be enrolled in the State Retirement System and the Town offers an excellent benefit package. Lincoln is an equal opportunity employer. For additional information related to the search contact Alan Gould, President, Municipal Resources, Inc. at 603-279-0352, x320.

Resume and cover letter in confidence as PDF attachment to: [email protected]
DEADLINE: 8 AM, Monday, November 29th, 2021