RSW provides experiences for university students and accounting students and offers a challenging and dynamic opportunity for learning. Our team of seasoned professionals assist, mentor, and encourage students throughout their training period in a supportive open-door learning environment.

Through close working relationships with our partners and senior team members, our students are allowed the opportunity to experience all of the various aspects of the accounting profession.

We seek career-oriented individuals interested in much more than a job opportunity. If you’re interested in joining RSW, please provide a cover letter, or a short video explaining why you would be a valuable addition to our team and detailing your career objectives, along with your resume:

By Mail
300 Léo-Pariseau, # 1900
Place du Parc
Montréal, Québec
H2X 4B5

Attention : Human Resources

By Fax
(514) 849-3447

By Email

RSW Advantages for CPA Students and Career Professionals:

What will my typical hours of work be?

RSW’s standard work week is 35 hours, with this minimum increasing to about 45 – 50 hours/week during peak season, typically in April. Extra hours worked as required on a weekend during April are compensated as extra time off during the months of July and August. 

What mentoring do you offer?

Regular feedback by direct supervisors for client engagements is always offered, along with thorough semi-annual or annual performance reviews led by a partner and designed to promote career growth and guide skill development.

How much vacation and study leave will I get?

Vacation leave starts with two weeks in the first year with our firm, but builds sequentially for all to four weeks per year based on levels of seniority. Other paid time off includes an allotment of sick and personal days, study time for accredited course exams and a limited paid study leave in advance of taking the CFE exam.

Do you reimburse for exams and/or dues to the Order?

Accredited courses which are suggested and initiated by RSW for career supported education will be paid by the firm. Professional membership fees and required ongoing professional development training are both paid by the firm for all individuals once they receive their CPA accreditation.

What social or community activities does the office participate in?

We regularly sponsor and/or support a variety of university led initiatives for accounting students. As well, we collectively rally support for those charitable and community causes that are important to any of our dedicated team members.

Annual tax season office treats and varying activities allow staff to participate in frequent breaks during tax season to let off some steam and reconnect with their coworkers for some fun. This is typically caped off with and an after-tax season dinner celebration of one of our local favorite restaurants.

Our annual summer retreat is a staff planned complete day of leisure experienced through fun team building activities and then dinner for our entire team.  The office is officially closed for the day, to allow us all to spend a day together outside in the city or the surrounding countryside, in order to reconnect with coworkers and enjoy a summer day in the fresh air.