Changing your career within the accounting profession

Changing your career within the accounting profession

If you are considering a career change, CPA Alberta has a session you may be interested in. Join Joe Gagliardi FCPA, FCMA, the Managing Director of Recruitment Partners, to learn about career opportunities within the accounting profession, and find out what a career change can mean to you! Listen in as Joe shares his story, which includes various accounting career paths, and how he left the industry to become the leader he is today. Now, Joe uses his knowledge and experience to help candidates reach their career goals and industries and organizations achieve their objectives with top talent.

Pizza will be served!

Tuesday, June 18
CPA Alberta Edmonton Office
1900 TD Tower 10088 – 102 Avenue
5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

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About the Speaker

Joe Gagliardi, FCPA, FCMA

Joe is an FCPA, FCMA, having received his designation in 1996 and his Fellowship in 2014. Since 2006, Joe has worked in recruitment, specifically helping senior-level accounting & finance professionals find new career challenges. In 2011, Joe co-founded Recruitment Partners Inc. (now the Managing Partner); a recruitment firm specialized in professional services with offices in Calgary & Edmonton.

Joe is an active volunteer in the business community and with post-secondary institutions. He holds an ICD.D designation that compliments his board work. Joe was a director for the Certified Management Accountants of Alberta, where held the position of Vice Chair and Chaired the Governance Committee. He also was a director of a publicly traded corporation on the TSX – Venture Exchange, where he was the Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee. Currently, Joe sits on the Board of Governors for the Chartered Professional Accountants Education Foundation (CPA Alberta), where he chairs of the Nomination Committee and has personally funded a scholarship to assist the next generation of business leaders.

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