Mercer Capital is actively seeking to recruit talented people who want to develop a meaningful career in finance in an established but growing firm.
The Mercer Capital financial analyst program provides a unique opportunity to develop professionally shoulder-to-shoulder with talented and committed individuals in a growing firm. As an analyst at Mercer Capital, you will gain a broad range of experience in corporate finance providing a variety of financial advisory services.
Analysts gain exposure to valuation of businesses and securities for the purposes of financial reporting, dispute resolution, employee stock ownership plans, estate planning, and litigation, among other things. Analysts are responsible for a range of job activities including client communication, travel, report writing, financial modeling and analysis, internal development, etc.
The financial analyst position is both writing and mathematics intensive. The Litigation Services Team financial analyst supports clients who need financial experts for valuation and forensic services needs. Clients and cases include business damages, shareholder disputes, family law and divorce, and commercial litigation, among others.
Mercer Capital encourages professional growth by providing institutional support for career development such as the CFA, CPA/ CFF, and ABV programs. Mercer Capital also offers incentives for employee retention via participation in the company ESOP (employee stock ownership plan), 401K, and profit sharing plan.
The creative, intellectual, and entrepreneurial environment at Mercer Capital rewards smart, talented, inquisitive, self-starters who are looking for a challenge.
Candidates must have a background with significant coursework and experience in economics, mathematics, accounting, and/or finance. Academic excellence and aptitude are measures of success for the position; 3.5 or higher overall GPA preferred. Outstanding writing, quantitative, and communication skills are required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Powerpoint, and Word) is a requirement. CPA preferred and additional valuation and forensic credentials welcomed. 2-5 years of experience in tax and/or audit required.
Mercer Capital is a platform for personal and professional growth. We recognize the contributions of our people through competitive compensation, an annual merit-based bonus, and participation in the firm’s employee stock ownership plan (ESOP), 401(k) retirement plan, and profit-sharing plan.
We offer medical, dental, and vision care coverage, as well as paid maternity and paternity leave. We also offer the ability to set aside pre-tax dollars toward a health savings account and dependent care expenses.
Mercer Capital offers group term, accidental death and dismemberment, and voluntary life coverage. In addition, we offer disability insurance which provides income during a short-term or long-term disability.
Mercer Capital believes in work-life balance. We offer a generous paid time off vacation policy based on years of service and/or experience. All full-time employees are eligible for eight designated paid holidays and two additional floating holiday days each year. In addition, we offer paid maternity and paternity leave.
Mercer Capital encourages personal and professional growth in numerous ways. We provide institutional support for pursuing professional credentials such as the CFA, ASA, ABV, and CFF designations. Mercer Capital also offers valuation-specific and general training and educational opportunities supporting continued professional and personal development. In addition, Mercer Capital has a mentoring program that will pair you with a mentor who will guide and support you and allow you to build upon your interests as your career progresses. Finally, you will participate in Mercer Capital’s robust content marketing initiatives through membership in one of the firm’s Service Line Groups and Industry Teams. This membership will allow you to grow more quickly in your career by developing specializations that interest you.
We encourage and support membership and leadership in approved professional organizations and offer reimbursement for membership fees and related expenses.
This is an in-office position.
Mercer Capital is a platform for personal and professional growth. Join our rapidly growing team of bright, curious, and ambitious professionals in an entrepreneurial work environment that will support your growth.
Mercer Capital is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity, inclusion, and the equitable treatment of colleagues, clients, and the communities where we live and work. We consider all qualified applicants.
To apply for the Litigation Services Team Financial Analyst position, e-mail your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to Karolina Calhoun. You will receive a response via e-mail within a few days confirming receipt of your applications materials and providing information on what comes next in the recruitment process.