Forensic and Litigation Support Director

Princeton, NJ 08548

Posted: 10/28/2019 Employment Type: Direct Hire Job Category: Legal Job Number: 6605

Job Description

We currently have an opportunity for a Forensic and Litigation Support Director with a leading accounting and advisory firm in the Mercer County area of New Jersey. This is an excellent opportunity for someone to take their career to the next step in an entrepreneurial environment.

Position responsibilities are:
  • Provides consulting advice as well as testimony in complex accounting, investigation and litigation matters for counsel representing senior management, Board of Directors, Audit Committees and Corporate Counsel
  • Supervise staff, review deliverables, and manage budgets
  • Oversee multiple client projects for implementation of consulting and testimony on economic damages and investigations
  • Serves as a witness, presenting options using subject matter expertise
  • Partners with clients, preparing loss profit/wages calculations, evaluating insurance policies and writing narratives to support positions and claims
  • Coordinates Litigation professionals to assist in supporting outside counsel and general counsel on large scale Litigation matters
  • Collaborate with Computer Forensic Services professionals to identify, collect, preserve, analyze and present electronic evidence
  • Manage teams to complete analysis of small and large data sets to support the execution of service offerings to include fraud investigations, fraud prevention programs, contract disputes, economic damages assessments and other litigation matters
  • Partner with high level client personnel and attorneys, as well as Federal, state and local government agencies
  • Participates in depositions of fact witnesses and expert witnesses to assist counsel with questioning
  • Oversee project management including with team members. Projects include program and project management, regulatory and contractual compliance consulting, risk assessments, valuation advisory services, and fraud investigations
  • Assist in the design implementation and ongoing maintenance of the Forensics & Valuation Services framework within the practice
  • Assist in preparation of sales presentations and proposals
  • Other special projects as needed

Position requirements are:
  • Bachelor’ s degree in accounting, Economics, Finance, or other relevant field required as well as CPA
  • At least 15 years of public accounting, internal audit, or forensic accounting experience
  • MBA, CIRA, CIA, and/or JD a plus
  • Excellent communication and client relations skills
  • Demonstrated ability to adapt to changing client needs and prioritize work
  • Strong computer skills including proficiency with MS Office
  • Demonstrated experience with contributing to the professional development of a team
  • Advanced knowledge of Sarbanes Oxley Act, GAAP, GAAS and SEC regulations, along with operational and compliance auditing a plus
  • Flexibility to travel to clients on an as needed basis
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