A Director will be required to work on a diverse range of complex assignments, alongside other experienced management professionals, in the areas of turnaround management, crisis and interim management, and advisory services. A Director can expect to focus on all aspects of financial and operational restructuring and turnaround initiatives both in and out of bankruptcy or fiscal distress. Among other key tasks and efforts, Directors oversee stabilizing core operations; formulating and managing turnaround plans; negotiating with senior management, unions and vendors, managing staff, and directly applying specialized or technical expertise to finance, accounting, or other designated functional areas; and the day-to-day management of operations as diverse as finance, human resources, procurement, logistics, transportation, etc.
This person will provide direction in the planning, development and implementation of policies, procedures and services which adhere to approved plans, budgets and schedules for their respective units. They are responsible for selection, training and performance evaluations of their staff in their units.
Senior Associate candidates should be prepared to work in a team environment and are expected to manage discrete aspects of work streams. The projects and work streams will require creativity, resourcefulness and independent judgment. You will be expected to help develop solutions to problems and provide value to clients. Minimum 2 years experience in forensic accounting (civil or criminal).