Why Mauldin & Jenkins
“Mauldin & Jenkins provides a flexible and relaxed working environment within a professional setting. You will never be just a number at our firm. Partners, managers, and staff accountants work closely together on each engagement. We have a wide variety of personalities and backgrounds that mix well within our firm. It’s nice to be a part of a large family with similar goals and interests.” – Rachael Martin, Staff Accountant (Atlanta Office)
“The managers and partners of the firm genuinely care about our advancement.” ~ Christopher McKellar, Staff Accountant (Atlanta Office)
“I like working here because of all the great people and the relaxed working environment. M&J has all the resources of a Big 4 firm but the feel of a smaller local firm. At M&J, I feel as though partners and management want me to work my way up to becoming a partner and to succeed as a professional and they give me the tools and resources to be able to do so. I have no desire to work anywhere else!” ~Ryan Miller , Staff Accountant (Birmingham Office)
Our entry level positions require eligibility to become a Certified Public Accountant. The Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Tennessee State Boards of Accountancy require the completion of 150 semester hours or 225 quarter hours of college education, including a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. These hours must include an undergraduate accounting concentration and related courses in other areas of business administration. Completion of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in accounting subjects above the elementary level and 24 semester hours or 35 quarter hours in general business subjects at a four year accredited college or university which offers a baccalaureate degree will satisfy the accounting concentration and related business requirements. While a baccalaureate degree is mandatory, a masters degree is not required to meet these standards.
For more information on the educational requirements, please refer to the Alabama State Board of Accountancy, Georgia State Board of Accountancy, Florida State Board of Accountancy and the Tennessee State Board of Accountancy.
Standard Career Track
All entry level staff are classified as Staff Accountant I. Staff II is usually achieved in 12 to 24 months. At this point, you will begin to assume some in-charge responsibilities on engagements. After 30 months, and with CPA certificate in hand, you are eligible to be promoted to Senior. The next level is Supervisor, then Manager. The level of manager may be achieved after five years and all managers are considered for members of the firm. The above are only suggested time frames and may vary on individual accomplishments.
Entry Level Positions
At Mauldin & Jenkins, it’s our goal to expose new staff to all aspects of our practice. We want you to have exposure to all industries that we serve. This diverse experience is the basis for specialization and consulting later in your career.
In addition to on-the-job training, all new staff attend a week long training course detailing audit procedures and tax policies. For the next three years, staff attend week long staff level training courses. The classes include audit, tax, supervisory skills, general business and management topics. Depending on work assignments, you will also attend industry specific training. We also provide many hours of cutting edge technology training each year.