Location: Missoula, Montana
Category: Accounting & Financial
Employment Type: Professional Placement
Job ID: 38786
Date Added: 02/10/2023

Apply Now

Fill out the form below to submit your information for this opportunity. Please upload your resume as a doc, pdf, rtf or txt file. Your information will be processed as soon as possible.

* Required field.


If you are a CPA and want the ability to 'bank' all of those overtime hours during the busy tax season to use throughout the rest of the year, this is the job for you! 

A 30-year-old CPA firm in beautiful Missoula, MT is seeking  a CPA who is looking for an employer offering great benefits and flexible office hours. CPA could be working in the areas of tax preparation, business consulting, accounting/payroll or financial statement preparation depending upon expertise. 

Missoula, MT is located in Western Montana and offers blue-ribbon trout fishing (made famous by A River Runs Through It) and spectacular natural beauty. The outdoor recreational opportunities are limitless.  It also has a remarkable arts community, thriving downtown, three distinct shopping districts, and an award winning university all while maintaining small-town values and community. Adventure meets variety in Missoula. 

Why you want this position:

  • Salary of $70,000 – $90,000
  • 401k plus profit sharing match totaling 15%
  • 100% employer paid health insurance for employee
  • Flexible office hours outside of tax season
  • Every hour of overtime during tax season is 'banked' and can be used throughout the rest of the year; bank enough and you can work part time or have Fridays off May through Dec!
  • Emphasis on latest technology for efficiency and convenience (paper-less office, standing desks, laptops for in-office and home working arrangements)
  • New office with ample parking.

This is a full time, long term, in office position. As always there is no cost to you to use our professional placement services.  

Email your resume to [email protected] or call 406-407-7988 today!


Share this on: