Positions Available 


Be part of a firm that values you as an individual, is interested in helping you grow and succeed as a professional, and has an underlying emphasis on teamwork, work/life balance, and exceptional client service.

If you are a CPA and have 10+ years of current public accounting experience, we invite you to join our team as our Quality Control Manager.

At DunlapSLK, we place the highest value on relationships. Relationships with our clients, with other professional service providers, and with the internal team members who comprise the very heart of our firm. With our staff of 50+ CPAs, consultants, and support professionals, we provide a friendly, collegial atmosphere that encourages you to utilize your skills and talents to achieve your individual goals and your greatest career potential.


The Quality Control Manager’s primary scope of responsibility includes the Engagement Quality Control Reviews (EQCR) of audited, reviewed and compiled financial statements and inspection of the accompanying workpapers to ensure compliance with all relevant professional and regulatory standards and firm policies, procedures and practices. This position requires interaction with co-workers across all levels of the firm and on occasion with clients, and the ability to manage multiple projects. The Quality Control Manager leads the quality control committee and reports to the Managing Director. This individual will be involved in the following responsibilities/functions and should possess the following qualifications:


  • Develop and maintain the firm’s Accounting and Auditing professional practice policies and standards
  • Perform pre-issuance technical review of financial statements and workpapers
  • Apply GAAP, GAAS, and GAGAS procedures consistently within complex situations and write technical consultation memoranda on GAAP, GAAS, and GAGAS issues
  • Develop firm templates to assist engagement teams in implementing new GAAP, GAAS, and GAGAS standards
  • Assist in monitoring compliance with the firm’s quality control system
  • Research and advise on the implementation of new accounting and audit standards
  • Serve as a technical resource to shareholders, managers and staff
  • Perform research for more complex technical issues when consulted
  • Identify areas that need or could benefit from improvement and develop practice aids, tools and methodology to affect change
  • Develop and maintain the firm’s standard accounting and auditing forms library
  • Maintain technical skills by studying trends and developments in quality management, participating in educational opportunities, reading professional publications, maintaining personal networks and participating in professional organizations
  • Annually, review new standards and requirements for engagement letters, management representation letters and accountant and auditors’ report, and update firm templates accordingly
  • Mentor staff in areas requiring quality-related improvement and otherwise contribute to their professional development
  • Present internally at staff meetings and continuing professional development seminars (live and/or webcast)
  • Head up the firm’s triennial peer and other regulatory inspections that may arise
  • Ensure the firm’s quality control document is updated annually


  • Bachelor’s or advanced degree in Accounting
  • Active CPA
  • 10+ years of current public accounting experience; 2-3 years in the Quality Control function strongly preferred
  • Extensive knowledge/experience of the following: U.S. GAAP, GAAS, not-for-profit industry
  • Employee benefit plan industry experience (ERISA)
  • State and local government experience is a plus
  • Knowledge of Yellow Book, Single Audit a plus
  • Ability to work in a paperless environment
  • Excellent interpersonal skills and strong work ethic
  • Proficiency in communicating and presenting to groups
  • Excellent communication and computer skills, including strong knowledge of MS Excel, MS Word
  • Knowledge of ProSystem fx Engagement and CCH Knowledge Coach
  • Ability to work with client service teams
  • Creative and thoughtful problem solving skills
  • Ability to research complex accounting and auditing issues in CCH Accounting Research Manager

What we offer in addition to a culture of respect:

  • Health and dental benefits
  • 401(k) match and profit sharing
  • Competitive salary
  • Generous paid time off
  • Flexible working environment
  • Reduced summer work hours
  • No overnight travel
  • An emphasis on teamwork and work/life balance
  • Continuing Professional Education

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