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Accounting job interview tips and a practice interview
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Please enjoy the Job Interview For Accounting 1st Years & Beyond - With Bobby - As we take a deep dive into:
- First year accounting job interview tips
- Insight into interview flow for any accounting or finance professional
- Practice interviewing with the script at the end of the podcast - in the car, or wherever... Just listen to the prompts, and practice... it is YOUR interview - AT: 43:00 - Begins the interview where Bobby asks all the questions and YOU get to respond
Bobby is currently the most senior Business Development associate at BVOH, a contingency recruiting firm specializing in permanent and contract placement of finance and accounting professionals throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, where he has been working since March 2010. Over the last five yearsBobby has worked within each function at the search firm: Permanent hire, Temporary placement and Business Development/Sales. Bobby¹s current function focuses on new client development, account management and managing the BVOH consulting team¹s search efforts. Prior to working in recruiting, Bobby was an Experienced Associate in assurance at PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PwC) after receiving a Degree in Accounting at USF.
I listen to all your podcasts. Thank you for putting them up. Great information contained in all of them. I am a 50+ job changer that will begin studying for the CPA exam next year.
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