The best BV and Lit Support career opportunities arrive unannounced
A knee-jerk response like “I’m not interested” could cost you that rare encounter.
When you get a call from us, it’s because our clients have retained us to reach out to you.
Here are the opportunities they have:
This is the rarest of opportunities! Step in as the successor to one of the top-two family law experts in Tennessee and lead a litigation valuation team with unusual depth of staff. Grow to be the choice of attorneys who handle divorce involving high-dollar value assets. Extend the service relationship beyond trial/settlement with trust and tax work, financial planning, and family-office capability under the firm’s umbrella.
Join a unique, totally virtual boutique practice where your passion for what you do is matched by the passion of everyone around you. In a Sr. Analyst role, work directly with experts on large, complex cases that let you expand and hone your skills. Operate remotely but collaboratively, with the option of developing your own book of business. Enjoy support for CPE and webinars instead of hearing “we don’t have time for that.”
How many rungs on the business valuation career ladder before you get to real leadership? In this practice there is only one. As a Sr. Associate, work alongside a Partner (and CEO) of this Asheville, NC firm who is ready to be your mentor, to show you the ropes of business development so you grow into the leadership role in the practice. Combine mountain biking, music, breweries, and BV. Live a relaxed lifestyle in an eclectic city in the heart of the Blue Ridge mountains.
Spread your arms wide to take in the diversity of work you will touch as a manager in the Chicago office of this national business valuation practice. Work in every industry, every sector. Come to work saying, “I’ve never done that, but that’s going to change today.” Get a strong skillset in a short period of time. Avoid big firm politics and red tape. Get the respect and work-life balance you deserve.
If the focus of your work is too narrow and you want diversity, if you want to be in a place where your ideas are taken seriously, if you want to produce to a high standard without sacrificing work-life balance, you should be a manager in the Los Angeles office of this national business valuation firm and start building your career toward being the West Coast leader.
You could be a manager or director. In either case you will be second chair to an MD who has developed a solid pipeline of ESOP business valuation in the Alexandria, VA, office of this national practice. Add your strength in delivering high quality work at a high standard of service. Transition into a leadership role that you help design and, depending on experience and timeline, assume leadership of the practice.