The career development opportunities offered by the firm are endless. As mentioned before, it all starts with the rotational aspect. As a first-year associate, we are able to rotate through even more departments than during the internship and for a total of 9 months. Although it doesn't give us a full disclosure of what each department is all about, it gives us a pretty solid idea of each department that we are interested in. We are also the driver of our own train because we are able to steer towards the departments that we would like the try out and how many projects or clients that we would like to work on for each of those departments. I think this is the ultimate idea of career development opportunities because the firm has so much to offer and we are able to try out whatever we find interesting. The worst aspects might be that there are so many enticing departments for the niche market that we are in that I might not be able to try out everything that I want for as long as I would like before decision time comes and department declarations have to be made. Obviously this is a good and a bad thing, but I wouldn't trade it for another firm where I didn't know what I wanted to do and then would be stuck in that concentration for who knows how long before I either get burnt out or lose the love for accounting.
Frank Rimerman + Co. LLP
80 Employee Reviews
Entry-level in TaxSan Jose, CA2020VERIFIED EMPLOYEE
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