One of the primary reasons we’re able to recruit exceptionally talented accountants is our small, family-like culture. Our environment is one that offers honest, useful feedback with access to resources and personnel at all levels of the company, from other interns, to the managing partner.
Our small firm size allows us to be nimble, flexible and able to quickly adapt to market shifts. There is also less red tape for making changes and bringing fresh new ideas to the table. At Wendroff & Associates, you’ll have more visibility than you would at a Big 4 or large accounting firm. This leads to opportunities for advancement and more exposure to various types of work.
At Wendroff & Associates, diversity, equity and inclusion are among the building blocks of our firm. Among us, we represent nine different countries and 50% of our staff is comprised of minority women. We wholeheartedly believe that varied viewpoints lead to better problem-solving and innovation. Our culture and our policies were created to make ALL employees feel valued, appreciated, and safe in a respectful workplace.
Whether you join the firm as an intern or an experienced accountant, we offer a culture of work/life balance and many small business perks, such as company and team events, local philanthropic service projects, paid lunches, and a flexible schedule with remote work opportunities.
At Wendroff & Associates, you’ll have immediate opportunities to grow by working on many types of tasks rather than one specific task. You’ll have exposure to multiple areas of accounting and financial services, including individual taxes, business taxes (S Corporations, C Corporations, Partnerships, Nonprofits, Trusts and Estates), tax planning, business and CFO consulting, accounting process development, budgeting and forecasting, and business development/sales.
You’ll also work with small, locally-owned businesses where you’ll have direct client engagement and will get to know the inner workings of organizations across multiple sectors, including: small and growing businesses, nonprofits, government contractors, start-ups and tech companies, and law firms and other professional services firms.
There are nearly 32 million small businesses in the U.S. Understanding how small businesses operate and directly communicating with their staff, executives and owners offers unlimited opportunities for continued knowledge and career growth.
Our office is conveniently located across the street from the Shirlington Bus Station, Arlington’s only enclosed public bus station and principal transfer point for Metrobus and ART bus services in South Arlington. The back of our building is just steps away from The Village at Shirlington, which is filled with shops, restaurants, a movie theatre, and hair and nail salons.