At Earney & Company, L.L.P. we are always looking for talented people with a passion for client services. Our firm was founded by a professor with years of experience developing, training, and supporting young aspiring accounting students. That tradition continues in the next generation of professionals within our firm. We pride ourselves on encouraging a small close family atmosphere while providing our clients with a large firm level of service.
We strive to provide an environment of trust and give our team the tools and education they need to take responsibility and get things done. We encourage open communication between all of our team members and we are dedicated to providing the resources needed for them to be successful and happy.
We offer competitive compensation and encourage our staff to take an active role in the community. Our strength as a firm is shaped by the strength of the team within it. We support that team and are happy to be productive members of the Wilmington community.
For more information or to submit a resume email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond if we are currently hiring and you meet the qualifications of the job we are offering.
Earney & Company, L.L.P. has a tradition of providing internships through UNCW’s internship program. Interns are trained and given a variety of assignments related to tax and auditing. Interns from Earney & Company have been placed in large public accounting firms and large companies in the US and internationally. We shape our internships as a trial employment opportunity so from day one you are treated as part of the team.
For more information about internship opportunities see the Cameron School of Business Internships page.
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