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Careers

Glenn Burdette is a progressive accounting and business consulting firm fully committed to providing our staff with professional growth opportunities. Bright, enthusiastic and team-oriented individuals who have strong planning, communication, analytical and organizational skills are always welcome here.

Tax and Audit Professionals

Our consistent growth and attractive client base have made Glenn Burdette a desirable career choice for professionals, especially those who prefer the environment of an independent firm while enjoying challenging and rewarding work.

If you are committed to consistently providing the highest level of client service, to managing your time to meet goals and expectations and have the desire to advance your career, Glenn Burdette may be the right place for you.

Entry Level and Internship Recruiting

We take pride in investing in our community, and that includes recruiting homegrown talent to join our team. Each fall, we actively recruit the best and brightest from the Cal Poly Accounting Program for entry-level positions and winter internships. Interviews are typically held on the Cal Poly campus in October. For more information, please visit Mustang Jobs.

Benefits

In addition to competitive salaries, we offer attractive benefits packages, including the unique opportunity for each employee to own part of the firm through our Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP). While it is rare for an accounting firm to offer every employee a stake in the company, we believe that hard work should come with long-term rewards.

Insurance Benefits
  • Medical insurance
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • Long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Cafeteria plan that provides pre-tax savings on unreimbursed medical expenses and dependent care costs
  • Employee assistance program
Retirement Benefit
  • Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP)
  • 401(k) salary deferral plan
Time Off
  • Twelve paid holidays per year
  • Generous paid time off for vacation and sick leave