Maximize your career at Clark Schaefer Hackett. Wherever you want to go in your career, CSH will help you get there.
At Clark Schaefer Hackett, we created CSH MAX—a firm-wide program that encourages your professional growth and achievement. For college students and recent graduates, that means you’ll have everything you need to transition from university life to a rewarding and successful career.
When you begin with the firm, we don’t just show you to your desk and let you sink or swim. We pair you with a Buddy who will show you the ropes and answer all your questions. We also prepare every CSHer for success with a two-week onboarding program.
CSH gives you the tools you need to become better every day. You’ll grow here, because you’ll be given responsibility. You’ll be pushed to excel, and supported in your efforts. Most importantly, you’ll be valued and appreciated.
You want to earn your CPA license, and at CSH, we want that too! This achievement demonstrates not only a thorough understanding of theories and concepts; it also shows a dedication to continuous self-improvement and to the profession as a whole. Earning your CPA is a big accomplishment—it’s a personal badge of honor.
We recognize that acquiring your CPA is a commitment and investment in your professional career. While getting this certification is your responsibility, the firm supports and encourages your efforts to pass the CPA exam.
To help, CSH offers incentives, including paying for all full-time associates to enroll in a CPA exam review course (up to $2,500), exam fee reimbursement, and financial rewards for passing the CPA exam.
You’re ambitious. You expect to take on responsibility, be recognized and rewarded, move up, and make a difference in the firm. You have a vision of where you’re headed, and where you want to be. So you just need to know the path to get there. CSH MAX will help bring your future into focus.
We’ve eliminated the guesswork about what it takes to get promoted. The firm’s career progression model outlines the skills and competencies required at every level of CSH.
With the help of your coach or mentor, you can identify and master the abilities and behaviors that you need to move up to the next level.
We’ve got you covered with all the benefits you’re expecting, including fulfilling work, competitive pay, and valuable career opportunities. Our benefits-eligible employees are offered a comprehensive benefits package including:
As an accounting student, you have a lot of options on your horizon, but how do you know which one is best for you? Would you fit in better at a large firm or a smaller one? Would you like working on the finances of one company, or working in public accounting where you help multiple companies? What kind of culture best suits your personality and goals?
Clark Schaefer Hackett’s 2020 Get There Leadership Conference can help you start to answer these questions, as well as learn a little more about yourself.
Your conference experience will start with an informal evening reception at Great American Ballpark, Tuesday, June 23, 2020, and move to a full day of networking, training and discussion at Clark Schaefer Hackett on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. You’ll gain objective insights on the accounting industry in an environment that is focused on you, your career goals and your future.
If you’re interested in applying for the 2020 conference, please email your resume to Amy Lambdin.
Imagine a place where you’re guided through the challenges and choices on your professional path; you’re engaged in meaningful, energizing work; and you have the tools you need to succeed. Don’t settle—arrive where you’ll succeed—at Clark Schaefer Hackett.
In the first step of our recruiting process, we come to you. The majority of our on-campus recruiting takes place in September and October. In September, we attend a variety of career fairs, “meet the firms” and other networking events.
Then, we’ll ask you to come to us. In October, we interview select candidates in our offices and extend job offers to students for both entry-level and internship positions. Job offers are normally extended before the end of October.
To be considered for an entry-level staff accountant or internship position, we recommend that you apply through your school’s online/e-recruiting system. If we are not formally recruiting at your school, you are welcome to submit a resume.
Many of our shareholders and principals are still active through alumni associations and various activities at their alma maters.