At Saville, our identity is rooted in our faith-based values. We consistently encourage our team to invest not only in professional but also in personal growth. As a firm, our core values drive our service in a triad approach: client-centric focus, community involvement and career development.
"The personal attention, knowledge of all the moving parts in our world, succinct communication, and working relationships we enjoy with the Saville team makes us feel right at home, like family. This allows us to focus on the critical results we need in our fast paced businesses."
We know our staff has a life outside of work and we fully support team building and family time. The team at Saville works hard at the office as well as the things we enjoy in our personal lives. We want our group to enjoy every aspect of life because we understand that you work to play and should enjoy your work environment.
"Soon after I walked through the doors of Saville, Dodgen & Company I knew I had found my career home."
Tax and audit staff or entry level accountants are supervised by senior accountants, managers and partners. Initially, they are given less complex tax or audit assignments. As they gain experience, they are given more difficult assignments and greater responsibilities.
The Tax Senior is responsible for reviewing individual, trust, partnership, corporate and foreign tax returns, developing and supervising tax staff, preparing more complex tax returns and assisting in client management and practice development activities.
Tax Managers work and communicate effectively with tax staff and clients to enhance their understanding of the client’s business and tax issues. They demonstrate an awareness of current business developments and the ability to determine the impact to a client’s business.
Tax Interns will gain wide-range exposure to the public accounting field by working with staff, seniors, managers, and partners. Initially, they are given less complex tax assignments. As they gain experience, they are given more difficult assignments and greater responsibilities.
Audit Seniors are responsible for coordinating the day-to-day duties of planning, fieldwork and wrap-up to include the preparing of financial statements with disclosures, applying most areas of GAAP as necessary and documenting, validating, testing and assessing various control systems.
Audit Managers work with a broad base of companies including manufacturing, real estate, construction, non-profits and service businesses. Managers gain exposure to all the accounting functions and are not limited to internal controls.
Audit Interns will gain wide-range exposure to the audit and assurance field by working with staff, seniors, managers, and partners. Initially, they are given less complex audit assignments. As they gain experience, they are given more difficult assignments and greater responsibilities.
Accounting Services Staff will be responsible for entering, reconciling, and maintaining the financial records for a variety of clients. Tasks include recording journal entries, reconciling bank accounts, producing financial reports and assisting with payroll and filing payroll reports.