These are all the elements of a rewarding career – and you’ll find them at Hancock & Dana.
Whether you’re a recent college graduate or a seasoned professional, a career at Hancock & Dana will give you a broad range of experience across several industries with opportunities to become a valued business consultant.
For example, our audit professionals work with small businesses, banks, government agencies and non-profit entities to evaluate financial statement information with a detailed, problem-solving approach. Our tax professionals provide in-depth tax planning, research and preparation services
We invite you to learn more about our part-time internships and full-time job openings. Call 402.391.1065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hancock & Dana, PC is an equal opportunity employer.
Hancock & Dana’s seasoned professionals possess significant technical knowledge and extensive public accounting experience, including value-added consulting services that highlight their diverse skills.
Our flexible environment offers a great deal of autonomy, client contact and personal responsibility. Your feedback is valued and you’ll gain a wide variety of client exposure while working closely with partners and professionals throughout the firm. Clients will look to you for advice and problem solving.
As an entry-level staff professional at Hancock & Dana, you’ll work as part of a team to develop areas of specialization and in-depth knowledge. Our staff members are exposed to a wide cross-section of tax preparation and planning, along with audit and assurance work, both in the field and in the office.
We offer opportunities for advancement and a minimum of 40 hours of continuing education per year.
For recent college graduates or students currently enrolled in an accounting program, Hancock & Dana offers a challenging, flexible environment.
Training consists of continuing professional education classes, group meetings with situational topics, orientation programs, and monthly HD University seminars to increase staff technical proficiencies. Many software applications are used in public accounting, which is why our firm offers and encourages training to gain mastery as appropriate. In addition, CPA exam reimbursement is one of our employee benefits.
Our internship program allows you to work around your class schedule, with only a minimum of 20 hours per week during January through April. We appreciate our staff members’ efforts and they appreciate our flexibility.
Students should be junior or senior standing and working on an accounting degree toward the 150-hour CPA requirement
Minimum 3.00 GPA
Whether your goal is to be a tax or audit associate, you’ll work directly with partners and staff on key projects for a variety of clients and industries.
Our Company Culture
At Hancock & Dana, we have low staff turnover due to our progressive management style, family-friendly environment, and skills-oriented approach.
We expect our employees to constantly focus on what’s best for our clients and we support independent thinking which enhances the quality of service provided. In turn, our employees are offered access to the resources necessary to perform at the highest level through the most current computer technology, research materials and extensive training.
Finally, employees are allowed to work under a flexible arrangement, which improves career satisfaction by allowing for balance in their lives.
In addition, Hancock & Dana is a socially responsible firm and encourages our staff to get involved with volunteer efforts and charitable causes that they are passionate about.