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Nexia Ebner Stolz

University students and graduates: Accounting / Tax consulting

Accounting / Tax consulting (entry-level)

Do you want to gain practical experience while still a student, or are you looking to make a start in the professional world with your studies already successfully behind you? Are you hoping to gain a solid practical foundation with multidisciplinary training as a basis for specializing later on? Then we should get to know each other, regardless of whether you’d like to start with us immediately after graduating from university or are seeking employment in a student assistantship, work study program, or internship.

Unlike other con­sul­ting firms, Ebner Stolz doesn’t make a strict sepa­ra­tion bet­ween tax con­sul­ting and acco­un­ting. We offer both theo­reti­cal and practi­cal trai­ning to all of our emp­loyees, during the first two years of which you’ll become a gene­ra­list with a broad spec­trum of know­ledge. You’ll receive a firm grasp of both tax con­sul­ting and acco­un­ting, and will first be pre­pa­red for the tax con­sul­tant exam and then, if you’d like, for the CPA exam as well. After pas­sing the first pro­fes­sio­nal exa­mi­na­tion, you can spe­cia­lize in one of our practice areas, deve­lo­ping your mana­ge­ment skills one step at a time.

Your pro­file

  • Stu­dies in busi­ness admi­ni­s­t­ra­tion or law with a con­cen­t­ra­tion in acco­un­ting, audi­ting, law, taxa­tion, finance, con­trol­ling, etc.
  • Very good or good aca­de­mic per­for­mance
  • Good com­pu­ter skills and know­ledge of Eng­lish
  • Well-deve­lo­ped social skills
  • Wil­ling­ness to learn and to work hard

What we offer you

  • Assi­s­tance with both pro­fes­sio­nal exams
  • A wide variety of opti­ons for furt­her trai­ning in both the­ory and practice in the fields of taxes and acco­un­ting
  • Direct con­tact with your cli­ents
  • Inte­g­ra­tion into your team
  • Assign­ment to an ongoing con­tact part­ner
  • A diverse range of pro­fes­sio­nal acti­vi­ties
  • A steep lear­ning curve
  • Flat hier­ar­chies
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