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The Firm is seeking an experienced auditor with 5+ years of audit experience in public accounting to assume management responsibility on audit and review engagements for clients in diverse industries.  The candidate must possess strong client service and communication skills with demonstrated technical and managerial abilities. Excellent partnership and ownership opportunity within a short timeframe with anticipated partner retirement.  CPA required.



Anderson, Lower, Whitlow, P.C. has a full-time opening for a Certified Public Accountant with three or more years of public accounting experience.  This position requires reviewing incom tax planning and compliance projects with a vast array of clients, including manufacturing, construction and service industries.  Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, assisting in preparation of corporate and individual income tax returns, tax research, tax planning and other professional services.  Minimal, if any travel is required. 



 Anderson, Lower, Whitlow, P.C. has a full-time opening for an Auditor with 3 or more years of auditing experience in public accounting.  The candidate would be responsible for in-charging a vast array of local clients including manufacturing, construction, service industries, financial institutions and nonprofit organizations.  Minimal travel is required.




Anderson, Lower, Whitlow, P.C. provides competitive compensation and benefits including flexible/reduced summer hours. We are a growth oriented firm with career advancement opportunities.

To pursue your professional interest with our growing Quad Cities firm, please reference the position for which you are applying and send your confidential resume to:


   Anderson, Lower, Whitlow, P.C.

Lauren Neumann

1805 State Street, Suite 201, Bettendorf, IA 52722


or via email to .




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