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Moss Adams hiring for several key positions in Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Founded in 1913 and headquartered in Seattle, Washington, Moss Adams is the largest accounting and consulting firm in the West, and the 11th largest in the nation. With over 21 locations in Washington, Oregon, California, Arizona and New Mexico, Moss Adams boasts a proud staff of over 1400 including more than 235 partners.

Moss Adams provides tax, accounting, and consulting services to public and private sectors as well as non-profit entities.

Currently, Moss Adams is seeking candidates for six positions in the Albuquerque office. While the position titles look very similar, they are different positions:

1) Tax Senior Manager
2) Business Development Executive
3) Business Assurance Staff - Experienced
4) Business Assurance Services Senior Manager
5) Business Assurance Services Senior
6) Business Assurance Services Manager

With a website that practically screams, "We know how smart you are, come work for us!" Moss Adams also seems to understand the importance of a work/life balance. Also noticably reflected on the website is the pride the company takes in the employees. A multitude of press releases clearly shows the abundance of talent at this firm.

For more information on each available position, visit the Moss Adams Careers website.

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