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We Invest in Talented People. Whether you’re jump-starting your career or looking for your next opportunity, Altman, Rogers & Co. provides the culture, resources and support you need to grow and thrive. We offer audit, tax, administrative and accounting jobs in Anchorage, Soldotna, and Juneau. We also offer internship and job shadowing opportunities.

In September 2021 and 2022, we were certified as a “Great Place to Work” employer with an 88% satisfaction rating from our staff. Our firm was also the recipient of the “Best Place to Work, 1-250” Employees “Denali” Award (1st Place) as voted on by Alaska Business Monthly readers in 2018, 2019 and 2022 and the “St. Elias” Award (2nd Place) in 2020 and 2021, a testament to the satisfaction of our great staff!

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Internships & Job Shadows

Our firm offers internships during tax season and the summer, exposing students to both tax and audit while working on active client engagements. Not sure if you are ready for an internship? We offer job shadows year-round! Learn about public accounting from knowledgeable CPAs and CPA candidates.

Attest/ Audit Services

Traditional financial statement services including audit, review and compilations for small and medium-sized businesses (both public and private), nonprofit organizations, and government entities such as municipalities, school districts, and housing authorities, as well as audits of employee benefit plans.

Tax Preparation & Planning

Tax planning and preparation for corporations, individuals, partnerships, and estates and trusts. Calculate projections and estimates. Process and software training is on the job so you learn while you work. Help clients achieve their goals and plan for future expansions or changes.

Management Consulting at Altman Rogers & Co in Anchorage

Business Consulting & Advisory

Professional assistance in business activities such as financing, mergers, and liquidations. You may also be assisting in fraud investigations, internal audits, and business plan development along with giving training seminars on particular business procedures, accounting, and software use.

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See The Real Alaska

With clients and offices throughout the state, you’ll likely have the opportunity to travel to locations such as Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow), Nome, Dutch Harbor, King Salmon, and Ketchikan — and experience the real Alaska from every region of the state. Travel via car, ferry, or plane in this great state!

Monthly Employee Spotlight Profile

Name: Rae Ramos

Title: Staff Accountant

Department: Audit

Office: ANC

Years with the Firm: < 1

What do you find are the biggest obstacles for a new staff auditor in their first year?

There’s so much information I think there’s a pretty big learning curve. Starting during a busy season just means it’s more important to learn as quickly as possible and ask a ton of questions. There’s so many parts to auditing, and everyone works differently so you also have to account for that.

There are less students graduating with accounting degrees these days. What made you decide to pursue accounting? What would you tell college students unsure of what program to enter?

Honestly, I had the worst experience with my accounting professors. Luckily, I made a friend in my class who wasn’t very good at accounting, but we had a lot of classes together. I spent time outside of class tutoring her and walking her through homework and realized that it made a lot of sense to me, and I wasn’t too bad at it. I think I would tell students that taking classes they are unsure about might save them a career change in the future. Whatever business they enter has a near 100% certainty that it involves money and has an accounting system so you might as well understand at least a piece of it. I’d suggest trying everything, and at the worst you have a general understanding of a subject or subjects you don’t like.

You are originally from Washington, but this isn’t your first time in Alaska. What made you decide to return?

My move was always going to be short-term. I got a job and living situation that was ideal for my school schedule and what I was working towards so I decided to leave for a while until I graduated. I really love Alaska; there’s a lot of outdoorsy things to do. I made some really great friends that two years I lived here, and my girlfriend and her family are here. I also want to see more of Alaska before I’m ready to live in the Lower 48 again.

Current Job Openings

Benefits include...

  • Paid Leave (Starting at 4 Weeks)
  • Paid Holidays
  • Health, Dental, Pharmaceutical, Vision, Life, and Supplemental Insurance Plans
  • 401(k) with Safe Harbor Matching & Discretionary Employer Matching
  • Continuing Professional Education & CPA Preparation/ Certification
  • Section 125 Cafeteria Plan
  • Year-end bonus
  • Casual Fridays
  • Half-Day Fridays in the summer
  • Ergonomic Workspace Provisions
  • Mentorship Program
  • Merit-Based Advancement
  • Employee morale events including regular office events, Anchorage softball team and holiday party
  • Wellness Activities & Benefits including flu shot clinic in the Anchorage office
  • Work Group Opportunities
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Application Process

Once we receive your application, we’ll review your academic achievements and experience and contact you based on your qualifications. We encourage resumes year-round! When applying, we will ask that you include the following documents:

  • Resume (with most current/ recent job history, if applicable)
  • Cover letter
  • College Students: unofficial or official copy(ies) of all college transcripts
  • Copy of certifications (if any)

Interviews

Audit & Tax Professionals

While most of our recruiting efforts occur in the fall for entry-level positions, we encourage applicants year-round for those positions, including internships.

  •  To be considered for a first-round interview, you’ll need to submit the items listed in “Application Process”. If you are applying through “Handshake” please be sure to attach all of the required documents before applying for the position. Many of first-round interviews will occur on a college campus if it is for an internship or entry-level position.

For experienced professionals, the first-round interview will be conducted via phone, Zoom, or in-person at one of our offices.

  •  If a second interview is required, these will typically occur in one of our offices and will be conducted by one or more of the firm’s shareholders.

 

Support Staff & Other Professionals

We are seeking qualified individuals on a year-round basis for our Client Accounting Services department as well as our administrative and support department.

  • A phone screen will be conducted in most cases for these positions to determine if the applicant meets the initial requirements of the position. Phone screens are typically conducted by the Firm Administrator.
  • If an applicant is selected to be interviewed, the hiring manager will conduct the interview (via phone or in-person). Sometimes, another staff member will take part in these interviews.
  • For management level positions, typically a second-round interview will occur with one or more of the firm’s shareholders.

Altman, Rogers & Co. provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, veterans’ status, disability, or genetics.