Facilitating the development and growth of your professional career.

New Grads and Entry Level Accountants

Maybe you don’t quite have experience or your CPA license just yet, but no worries. We have training programs to prepare you for the rest of your career. Immerse yourself in a variety of job types and an assortment of client industries so you can work towards developing your own specialty expertise.

Note that Alloy Silverstein typically hires for entry level positions in late summer or early fall.

What junior and staff accountants bring to the Alloy Silverstein team:

  • A commitment to pass the CPA exam
  • Enthusiasm for new knowledge and non-stop learning
  • Familiarity with the latest technologies and willing to embrace new ones as needed
  • Are prepared to focus, work hard and take ownership of his or her work, especially during tax season
  • Understanding that the expectation of exceptional performance is the norm
  • A team player in helping the firm and other team members reach goals and objectives
  • Aspiration in personal ambition and growing his or her career both inside and outside of the office
  • Are punctual in both one’s daily schedule and in delivering quality work
  • Willingness to support firm-wide charitable endeavors


“My degree gave me a general knowledge of accounting, but I learned more at Alloy in the first year than in all four years of college. I was an intern my senior year at Alloy and you got to know how the office worked, where everything is at and who does what.”


Qualified candidates:

  • Have completed their Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting
  • Plan to pursue CPA exam and license
  • Have completed or are pursuing additional credit hours as required by the CPA exam process
  • Internship or prior tax, accounting, bookkeeping, or banking experience is a plus
  • Have excellent communication and organization skills, are highly-motivated and eager to learn, can successfully multi-task, and are willing to work in a team atmosphere


  • 35-hour workweek outside of tax season; Additional hours required from February 1 through April 15.
  • Tasks may include organization of tax information, preparation of federal and state tax returns for individuals and businesses; workpapers and financial statements; assisting with tax notices and projects; bookkeeping tasks and department assistance
  • Ability to apply general knowledge of tax laws and accounting principles to client engagements
  • Take accountability and responsibility for quality work
  • Meet annual Continued Professional Education (CPE) requirements
  • Business development and personal growth expectations
  • Respond promptly to team members and clients to uphold the Alloy Silverstein client service experience



Benefits as an Alloy Silverstein Team Member

  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Generous time off and comp days
  • Robust training and mentor programs
  • CPA exam financial assistance
  • Health care package
  • Life insurance
  • 401(K) plan with firm match and education
  • “Alloy Cares” paid volunteer time
  • Remote & flexible schedules for eligible team members
  • Tax season perks
  • Summer & Holiday social events including BBQs and employee outings
  • Business casual dress year-round
  • Casual dress for tax season (with charitable donation)
  • Casual “Flip Flop Fridays” in summer, “Football Fridays” in fall
  • Career and personal branding growth opportunities