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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Finance Manager

High profile, prestigious law firm in Ft. Lauderdale is looking to hire a strong accounting supervisor. Person will be responsible for financial statement preparation and supervising billing and payable staff. Firm treats their employees well, and is looking for a new member to join their accounting group. Position is open due to a promotion. Must have 7+ years with experience in a professional services environment, and a strong working knowledge of Quickbooks.

Salary Range: $45,000-$50,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Friday, January 21, 2011

Forensic Accountant- National Search

Forensic Accountant needed to work on a contract basis on an out-of-state litigation project. Must have experience in loss of income calculations, forensic accounting, business valuation or litigation accounting. Multiple month project. Transportation and lodging provided by company. Experienced professionals needed right away.

Hourly Rate: $20.00 to $40.00
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Friday, January 14, 2011


Professional Services office in Miami is in need of a CFO. In this role you will be responsible for overseeing all the accounting needs of the firm and will be an integral member of the management team. The Ideal candidate will have 7+ years of experience in a Professional Services environment with a strong accounting background. This position requires someone who is sharp, detailed and highly organized with a willingness to growth and take on added responsibilities. CPA preferred.

Salary Range: $125,000 to $175,000
Please email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Accounting Services Senior

Small local Hollywood accounting firm is looking to hire an Accounting Services Senior. Responsibilities for this position will include financial statement preparation, general ledger accounting, account analysis and tax reporting among other duties. Candidates with 2-3 years public accounting experience are strongly encouraged to apply. Pleasant working environment with good benefits.

Salary Range: $45,000 to $50,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Forensic Accountant

Forensic Accountant needed to work on a contract basis on an out-of-state litigation project. Must have experience in loss of income calculations, forensic accounting, business valuation or litigation accounting. Multiple month project. Transportation and lodging provided by company. Experienced professionals needed right away.

Hourly Rate: $20.00 to $40.00
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Private Equity Senior or Supervisor

Miami Financial Services company looking for a Private Equity Senior or Supervisor. In this role you will be leading and supervising the private equity fund accounting team as well as maintaining and building client relationships and reviewing the private equity fund formation and offering documents. The ideal candidate will have 4-6 years experience in private equity accounting, strong computer skills, and the ability to handle complex funds and complex structures. Great working environment with plenty of room for growth.

Salary Range: $50,000 to $65,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociation.com

Monday, January 10, 2011

Manager FPA

Our Miami client is looking for a Manager of Financial Planning & Analysis in the Healthcare industry. In this position you will be working with the Finance department providing quantitative analysis, assisting in decision making, setting strategies and planning. The ideal candidate must have report writing experience, 3+ yrs of experience with a BS in Finance or Accounting and the ability to work in a fast paced environment. CPA is a plus. Pleasant working environment.

Salary Range: $60,000 to $80,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Is Internet Marketing Right for You?

Article taken from JobsJournal.com

When it comes to Internet Marketing, some companies are active participants. Some are observers with a decent website, intermittent blog, Facebook or twitter posts and the occasional article. Yet others are testing the waters with just a basic website.

So is Internet Marketing Right for You?

The answer is yes, since people are increasingly turning to the Internet for advice before a product purchase. Internet marketing ensures that they will find you when are ready to make a purchase. But the amount and type of Internet marketing you engage in depends on the nature of your business.

Products with Long Evaluation Cycles

If you carry business-to-business or business-to-consumer products or services, you require the following components of Internet Marketing:

1.Website - A website is the basic ingredient from which you move to higher levels of Internet Marketing. Pay attention to clarity, simplicity and flow of the website.

2.Search Engine Optimization (SEO) - A website without SEO is like a postal address without a directory listing. People would not know that your site exists and hence won't be able to find it. The way to let them know is to opt for SEO to make it appear in Google search results, particularly the top 10 results when potential customers search with the relevant key words. You may even decide to have pay-per-click campaigns and banner advertising for greater reach.

3.Email Marketing - This is the online version of direct print marketing. Reaching directly into the audience' inboxes, it is an essential part of internet marketing and costs little more than the cost of buying an email list if you don't have one.

4.Social Media - People don't decide to buy a product based only on what they see on your website. They read articles from the online media, blogs from experts and analysts; they turn to forums and discussion groups; potential buyers are on twitter, Facebook and other social media. You need to reach out to these elements of Internet Marketing and engage with the audience, contribute your advice, making yourself visible to the audience.

5.Thought Leadership - If yours is a business in which thought leadership counts, maintain a blog, write articles and create white papers. You need to market them through book marking, cross linking with other bloggers and ensure that the white papers are listed on vertical-specific white paper sites.

Fast Moving Goods

1.Website & SEO - Even fast moving goods to which customers don't pay attention in the short-term need a website and SEO. In addition, these businesses can reach out to users by addressing
the problems they face. This is why when we search for Head & Shoulders, Google throws up well over 5 million results. From shampoos, tooth pastes, detergent powders to toilet cleaners, people surf to find information about how to do things better or find a solution to a problem.

2.Building a Community - You build a relation with potential customers by offering advice and solutions to their problems. You can create or join a community and ask for their suggestions in building or enhancing the product. In the process, you engage potential customers, loyalty rises and a brand is built.

3.Cross Marketing - You could cross link with online gaming, music-video downloads, or other sites relevant to your business, offering free samples. That's online cross marketing.

4.Twitter-Facebook Promotions - You may want to publish promotions and offers over social media networks like Twitter, Facebook.
Locally Marketed Product

You may be a small business catering completely to the local market and believe that you don't need Internet Marketing. Many potential customers may not know that you exist. They may be new or may not have purchased your products yet. When they search for vendors or outlets in the locality for your particular service, you would want to be seen in their search results. All it takes is a website and listings in the yellow pages and local directories.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Tax Manager

Our client is a large local Miami Accounting firm and needs to hire a talented experienced Tax Manager. In this position you will be responsible for providing tax consulting services to clients such as tax research, tax planning and tax compliance as well as managing and developing a staff. The ideal candidate will have 4+ years of progressive accounting experience and be a CPA. Great team building firm to work with that promotes from within and emphasizes across the board communication.

Salary Range: $70,000 to $90,000+
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Tax Staff

Small Hollywood CPA firm looking to hire an entry level tax accountant with 1-2 years experience. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting required. You will work directly with the Partner and will be groomed to become a Partner. Great growth potential and exposure to all kinds of tax scenarios.

Salary Range: $38,000 to $45,000
Email Resume to: JFarrick@KuninAssociates.com

Monday, January 3, 2011

Is It Time to Leave Your Job?

Article takem from Finance.Yahoo.com

By William C. Taylor

It's the holiday season, when we start making lists of the gifts we want -- and of the pros and cons of the jobs we have. The end of one year and the start of a New Year is the time when just about everyone takes stock of where they are with their work, and whether they are where they expected to be. So as you get ready to transition from your Christmas list to a wish list for your career, ask yourself these five questions about your company, your colleagues, and your personal game plan for what comes next.

1. Does my company stand for something -- anything -- special?

It's hard to be thrilled with your job if the company you work for is struggling to succeed, or feels stuck and irrelevant. I'm not talking about obvious problems -- red ink and layoffs. I mean the nagging sense that the company will never be anything more than OK, just another ho-hum player in its field. In this hyper-competitive age, you can't do great things as a company if you're just a little better than everybody else. Does the company you work for really stand out from the crowd? If not, why on earth are you working there?

2. Am I excited to see my colleagues when I show up for work on Monday morning?

Lots of people sign on with a company because it's got a cool reputation, or it's prestigious, or it's got a great stock price. But quickly you realize that "working for" a company is an abstraction. The reality is that you work with the people closest to you -- those in your department, in your unit, in your region. Most experts say that over the long term, employees aren't loyal to a company as a company. They are loyal to the people they work beside day after day. Can you imagine not spending 40 or 50 hours a week with the people you work beside every day? If so, maybe it's time to make a move and fine a group of colleagues who stimulate you and motivate you.

3. Do I have a voice at work -- does anyone who matters listen to what I say?

There's nothing more depressing and demotivating than feeling that you don't matter as a person -- even if you're part of a group that's working well in a company that's doing fine. In this age of participation and communication, people are hungry for a say, a voice, a sense that their opinion counts. If you feel like your opinion doesn't count, maybe it's time to find a company where it does.

4. Am I learning as fast as the world is changing?

I first heard this question from strategy guru Gary Hamel, and I ask it of myself all the time. In a world that moves so fast, the most dangerous thing in anyone's career is the sense that you're standing still -- that you're not learning, that you're not being challenged, that you're stuck. If that's how you feel, that's a strong sign that it's time to make a change.

5. Am I making enough money?

Strange as it sounds, this is the worst reason to leave a job. Virtually every study I've seen shows that there's almost no connection between how much money you make and how satisfied you are with your job. There really are things that money can't buy -- and happiness at work is one of them.

Count on kunin Associates in 2011. We will help you get prepared and find the position that best fits your background.
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