“One of the things that attracted me to the opportunity to join Blue (over other opportunities I was evaluating) was the tenure in which Blue retained so many of its clients. Based on my prior experience, client attrition can be common, however, Blue’s ability to retain its clients at such a high rate enabled Blue’s team to become true trusted advisors of its clients. This trust and reliance are what enables our consulting team to provide great service to our clients and assist the client in achieving some of their most important initiatives.”
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Public Accounting Professionals
We seek talent as diverse as our client service mix. This includes tax accountants, auditors, specialty tax consultants, business valuation professionals, merger and acquisition consultants, as well as benefit administrators.
Our industry specializations include manufacturing & distribution, healthcare, construction, nonprofit, technology, financial services organizations, and agribusiness, and we are always looking for new people to bring fresh insights to the table.
With 60% of our business focused on healthcare, we have a number of consulting roles to address the unique needs of our clients. Our consultant opportunities include professionals specialized in hospital coding, accounts receivable, medical records, and reimbursement.
- JT Loughmiller
Blue & Co. Director, Business Valuation and Litigation
“When I met with the directors in Lexington, I got the impression that it was important to them that I be able to grow in my role at Blue – they weren’t just looking for someone to meet charge hour goals.
I had gotten stuck in a rut at my prior firm, working on the same projects I’d been on for years, with very little help from firm leadership on how to develop in my career after I reached the manager level. It seemed like that would not be the case at Blue, and it turned out that my initial impressions were correct.
I get the opportunity to work on more diverse client engagements and also get pulled into special projects regularly that keep my day-to-day interesting and allow me to continue to grow as a professional. There’s a lot more autonomy across the offices than there was at the firm I came from. It’s a nice change being at a firm where decisions aren’t made solely by a handful of professionals in one office, then handed down to the other offices without any consideration for how their office and market may differ. Blue & Co. feels like a small firm in day-to-day operations; however, it has the resources of a large firm, so you get the best of both worlds.”Amy Sandlin
“I started in public accounting right out of college and, after six years, left my position as manager in a Big 4 firm to work in industry. I spent nearly six years in a finance and accounting role but missed the technical challenges and interactions with clients and staff that I enjoyed in public accounting. So, I took the leap back into public accounting, and I felt Blue was the firm I could be at for the rest of my career. The culture here provided for a relatively easy transition from industry back to public accounting, and the gamble was worth it, as I am now a director!”Jennifer Miloszewski
“I started in public accounting right after graduating with my masters in accounting from Indiana
University. I wanted to stay local to southern Indiana and felt like a large regional firm that had a Bloomington office was my best choice. After six years, I was approached by Blue & Co. to do something a little different, and part of the equation was the feeling that I would have more control over my career.
So, after a couple months of deliberating (as I’m quite loyal), I left my position as manager at the regional firm to help manage large business tax work in the Southern Indiana practice at Blue. Right out of the gate, I found the culture of Blue to be extremely comfortable and my personality really meshed with everyone I was working with. From there on, I have never looked back. Since then, I helped recruit a small practice in Bloomington (owned by a former manager I had at the regional firm) to be a part of Blue so I’m now spending time back in that market.
I see the move to Blue as one of the best decisions I have ever made, and I liked it so much
that now I’m a director!”Eric Bennett