Even with the widespread use of computer technology, individual talent and skill is still vital to industry. When it comes to accountants, that’s especially true. Classic accounting requirements remain the same, but to these have been added contemporary expectations, software challenges, and governmental regulation. Public accounting firms need individuals who are adept at making changes in real time without sacrificing quality or accuracy. To find the skills, attitudes, and knowledge that modern businesses need, smart managers are looking to hire quality accounting recruitment services. At Duffy, we specialize in recruiting top accounting executives who can see what’s happening now, see what’s coming, and make a company roadmap for the future.

How Does Accountant Recruiting Benefit Your CPA Firm?

Duffy is equally adept at finding rising stars as it is at finding proven leadership. Each position and each firm requires a personalized approach to recruitment. Just as there is no one-size-fits-all job, there is no one-job-fits-all individual. Whether it’s executive accountant recruiting or a CFO search, the Duffy Group utilizes a recruitment research system that has been developed and refined in the almost 30 years we’ve been in business. Our team approaches the recruitment process like a science. We gather the facts from your business, look at market data, and maintain a growing network of talent from which to draw potential candidates.

Why Choose Duffy as Your Certified Public Accountant Recruiters?

Accountants are such a vital part of the business model that no company can do without them. The wrong hires just aren’t an option for a CPA firm. That’s why our accountant headhunters aren’t just looking for a resume. They are looking for a good fit, a good reputation, real confidence, and true leadership potential. Audit and tax professionals are in demand, and they don’t often move to other firms, at least not on their own. Duffy will cold-call passive talent, ascertain the skill level and career goals, and pique their interest in making a change, thus marketing the firm to candidates who may not be familiar.