Careers at LGT
Founded in 1950, Lane Gorman Trubitt is one of the largest certified public accounting firms in the Southwest. We are a middle-market regional firm of around 100 employees located in the Uptown area of Dallas, Texas. We are affiliated with the Leading Edge Alliance, the second largest international professional association, and are one of
only two LEA firms in Texas.
For more information, contact Jillian Ward, Recruiting Manager at email@example.com or 214-871-7500
What type of work will I be doing?
LGT offers the resources of a “Big 4” Firm, but the atmosphere and opportunities of a regional firm. Our clients range from individuals to public companies in industries such as: automotive, construction, healthcare, real estate, not-for-profit, manufacturing & high tech, and state & local tax. Our varied engagements offer the opportunity to gain wide-ranging experience and always be involved in something new.
What benefits does a career at LGT offer?
How will LGT help me develop my career?
What kind of experience will I have in LGT’s internship program?
What is LGT’s Young Professionals group?
Our YP program was started with the goal of cultivating future leaders of the firm. It provides opportunities for networking, social and volunteer events throughout the year to help develop the careers of our young staff members. Past activities include LGT kickball and soccer teams, networking happy hours and volunteering at the North Texas Food Bank.
What is LGT's reputation in the professional community?
“Nation’s Top 200 Accounting Firms 2014”
“Top 25 Best Managed Firms in the Country”
“Best of the Best Firms”
INSIDE Public Accounting
“DFW’s Top 100 Places to Work”
Dallas Morning News
“Top 200 Private Companies in DFW”
Dallas Business Journal
Why join LGT?
If you’re looking for a position to jump-start your career in an influential and established firm where you can gain real experience with multiple clients and industries, this is the place for you. LGT offers educational, professional, and social opportunities to help each of our staff grow personally and professionally. Our family atmosphere sets us apart from larger firms and gives us the opportunity to help you develop your career.
We’re big enough to know, small enough to care.
Part of being a most trusted advisor is taking the time to look at the big picture.
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