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M. Vail & Associates, PC (VA)is committed to integrity and excellence. We offer competitive compensation and benefits in a friendly, engaging, and dynamic environment geared to help you develop your capabilities and perform at your best.

We currently have openings for both tax and audit candidates.

    How to Apply

  • Please send your resume, a brief personal statement, and three references to careers@vailcpas.com
  • Compensation and Benefits

  • M. Vail & Associates, PC offers competitive compensation, insurance, vacation and holiday benefits, and 401(k)
  • Strongly Recommended:

    Attention to detail

    Multitasking skills

    Background in auditing or accounting industries

Audit Senior / Audit Manager

Description and Responsibilities

Serve as audit senior/audit manager on engagements through all phases of the audit process; assist clients to resolve issues that are identified during the audit; analyze financial statements and related audit/tax issues; maintain positive, constructive relationships with clients; supervise and mentor audit staff; actively participate in continuous improvement of the audit process, including its paperless auditing initiative; adhere to the Firm’s quality control standards; adhere to a high standard of independence and integrity.


Candidates should have at least 3 years of recent public accounting experience; a desire to provide exceptional client service; strong technical, research, organizational, computer (Paperless auditing, Internet-based research and Microsoft Office applications) and analytical skills; knowledge of and proficiency with US GAAP and GAAS; ability to manage concurrent engagements; bachelors degree and CPA required.

For more detailed information, please contact M. Vail & Associates, PC at 214-660-2000 or visit our contact page.

Audit Staff / Audit Intern

Description and Responsibilities

Serve as audit staff/intern on engagements with responsibility for performing audit procedures in the areas of cash, receivables, inventory, capital assets, payroll, and expenses. The staff/intern will also review and audit business transaction cycles, including cash, treasury, capital expenditures, and other income and expenses; research audit issues utilitizing electronic databases; review and track financial information utilizing audit-related software; and execute other projects as assigned.

Procedures may range from a single step in the audit program or a complete section of the balance sheet to the responsibility for a division or branch of the client. Specifically, the audit staff/intern is expected to inform the senior, manager, or partner promptly of any problems encountered, provide explanations and research audit issues, and maintain a good working relationship with the client. The intern will work closely with staff, managers, and partners on all phases of the project.


Qualified audit staff candidates should have a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting/Finance and be qualified to sit for the CPA exam in the State of Texas. Qualified audit intern candidates must be pursuing a Bachelor's or Master's degree in Accounting (within 18 months of graduation). Both should have a major and overall minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.

The candidate should also have a willingness and ability to work additional hours as needed and travel to various clients sites. We prefer excellent communication skills, outstanding analytical skills, an ability to handle multiple priorities and simultaneous projects, strong computer skills, and the ability to work in a team environment.

For more detailed information, please contact M. Vail & Associates, PC at 214-660-2000 or visit our contact page.

Tax Manager

Description and Responsibilities

We currently have career opportunities for Tax Managers. Our Tax Managers direct and review tax staff and seniors in the preparation of individual and entity returns. Successful client relationships are developed by our Tax Managers through focus on compliance and planning.

Our Tax Managers recognize opportunities for additional services to existing clients and development of new client contacts beneficial to the Firm. We encourage our Tax Managers to be active community volunteers.


  • Bachelor’s degree and/or Master’s in Accounting
  • CPA certification
  • Minimum of 6—10 years’ relevant tax experience
  • Extensive knowledge in Federal taxation
  • Above-average leadership, organizational, and communication skills

For more detailed information, please contact M. Vail & Associates, PC at 214-660-2000 or visit our contact page.