Manager – Litigation Consulting and Financial Investigations
Conducting investigations related to embezzlement, whistleblower, financial reporting fraud, foreign corrupt practices act, loan fraud, fidelity claims, claw back litigation, construction fraud, Ponzi schemes, health care fraud, fraudulent conveyance, purchase price disputes, royalty audit, related party transactions, billing disputes, bankruptcy fraud, securities fraud, anti-money laundering, and other matters
Assisting with litigation discovery on document requests and preparation of interrogatories; analyzing documents and assisting with preparing questions for witnesses
Analyzing and reconstructing fraudulent transactions, complex transactions, funds tracing, financial statements, etc.
Preparation of damage calculations
Data mining and analysis, including database construction of financial records, accounting data, database extracts, etc.
Performing electronic reviews of evidence
Assisting with discovery on document requests and interrogatories
Assisting with the preparation of questions for witnesses
Preparing market and competitive assessments
Preparing industry and market research
Assisting with the preparation of Rule 26 expert and other reports, affidavits, and other client deliverables (rebuttal reports, demonstrative tables, exhibits and charts)
Compiling organized working papers
Supervising staff and project teams
Contributing to proposals and assisting with business development activities to grow our practice (including CLE presentations, webinars, attending industry conferences, authorship of white papers, etc.)
Cultivating and maintaining positive, productive, and professional relationships with colleagues and clients
Minimum B.S. / B.A. degree or equivalent in Accounting, Finance or Economics from an accredited university. Master's degree a plus.
Minimum 3.0 GPA overall and in major
5+ years of experience providing litigation support, investigation, and forensic accounting services; "Big 4" or national consulting firm experience a plus.
Attained or progress towards attaining CPA, CFE, CFF, ABV, AM, CFA or CLP certifications
Database experience with IDEA or Access software programs
Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Flexibility to travel to clients and other RSM offices
Ability to work long hours and have flexibility to meet client deadlines
Demonstrated ability to work independently to gather facts, organize data, analyze financial statements and other financial data, and identify relevant issues
Strong verbal and writing and communication skills and ability to communicate complex information in a clear and concise manner
Strong organizational and time management skills
Ability to balance multiple priorities
Self-starter who can work independently with minimal supervision
Eagerness and willingness to work in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment and understand your role on the team
Driven to exceed client expectations
Natural aptitude for solving problems
Desire to learn and develop