We want to add a smart and energetic accountant to work with our lawyers and the other professionals that make-up our tax litigation team to uncover and overturn Canada Revenue Agency errors.
When we picture you, we think of someone obsessed with attention to detail who is willing to dig for the right answer relentlessly. You do the right thing, always. You take pride in the intention and effort that you bring to the things that you do.
You are an accounting, tax, and technology nerd who loves learning. You are committed to personal and professional development. You want to grow your current skills and experience, and you are not scared to learn new things and create systems to do better work.
You want to work with a bunch of obsessive – and good – people who’ve got your back. You want to have their back, too. You want them to trust your word and your work, and you want them to know that you will always try to put them in the best position. You want them to do the same for you.
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We’re different than every other law firm. In fact, we’re different than most organizations. And we’re offering you a culture and career different from what every other organization offers too.
We’re two parts leading tax litigation boutique and one part legal technology company. Our purpose – and our success – is pushing us to grow our tax litigation team, expand into other practice areas, and spin off a legal technology company.
We know that finding the right place to work is not easy. But we believe that – if you’re looking in the right places – it isn’t hard to learn that we’re the real deal. To start, we invite you to read our career FAQ page. If you don’t find the answer to your burning question, send your question using our Ask Us Anything form (embedded in the FAQ page) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Bottom line: Counter is a really special place to work. We have really high standards, and we work hard to do everything well. And we’re confident that our mindset and growth trajectory will give you a unique opportunity to learn, do great work, and chase your potential.
Every Counterpart energizes and divides their time between a few different roles, and we’ll ask the successful candidate to do the same. We expect that the successful candidate will spend the highest proportion of their time energizing a role that we’ve named “Forensic Accounting Investigator”. It’s not a great name, but it works. And if you get the job, you can change the name – and anything else that you see fit – to make things better. Here are a few accountabilities you’ll have in the Forensic Accounting Investigator role:
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