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Jones & Roth Named One of Oregon's 100 Best Companies to Work ForJones & Roth is a great place to work, and we are honored to once again be named one of the 100 Best Places to Work by Oregon Business. Whether you are an accounting student, a recent accounting graduate, or an experienced accounting professional, we would love to connect with you to talk about the exciting career opportunities at Jones & Roth.

Jones & Roth is one of the few firms in the Pacific Northwest that offers a blend of large and small firm benefits. We are one of the larger firms in Oregon with 80-plus wonderful people, 19 specialized industry and service teams, three offices statewide, and a great mix of clients.

Despite our size, we still get everyone together once a year for a work-social event. We have summer picnics, holiday parties, baby showers, sports teams, parking lot BBQs and popsicles in the freezer. We certainly work hard, but we always remember to have fun along the way.

We are committed to the professional development of our team members and take pride in seeing people develop from intern to accomplished accounting and advisory professional.


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Meet Tricia


Tricia Duncan, CPA

Tricia Duncan, CPA

Director of Human Resources/Career Coach

Bio

Tricia is the firm’s Director of Human Resources, Career Coach and a key member of the firm’s Business Advisory Services Team. She leads recruiting at Jones & Roth and has earned a reputation as valued career development resource for accounting professionals across the US. Tricia is a Certified Public Accountant and Kolbe Certified™ Consultant. She has been with Jones & Roth since 1994. In addition to leading HR and recruiting, Tricia maintains an active business consulting and advisory practice.

Visit Tricia’s career development blog: Accounting Soup


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