DMR, Your Destination Workplace

We are a values-based accounting and consulting firm in Austin, Texas. Our team culture differentiates itself through our self-care, the highest-quality customer experience, and a results-driven collaborative work environment.


Clear Direction, Steady Support – We meet people where they are, demystifying the accounting process, gently eroding their fears, transforming their lives from floundering to flourishing.

Invest in Your Success – We expect all stakeholders to take ownership of their part co-creating our mutual success.

We’re 100% ALL IN – We treasure all of our relationships. We show up fully, powerfully, honestly, collaboratively and courageously.

Teamwork makes the Dream Work – We recognize our interconnectedness and the power of a positive and nurturing environment. We call forth and celebrate the highest potential of all.

Above & Beyond – We deliver exceptional, comprehensive solutions in an accurate, responsible and pro-active manner.

Are you looking for part-time work?

Have you worked in accounting either in industry or public accounting and got burned out with long hours and too much stress?

Here’s the ideal opportunity for you!

We are building a smart, talented, professional accounting and bookkeeping team that loves the details but also loves life/work balance. We help our clients in a proactive manner plus our culture of self-care, flexibility, and gratitude is the secret to our success.

If this sounds like you…apply here!

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Part-Time Lead Accountant

Classification: Part-time / non-exempt
Hours: 25+ hours / week while in training; leveling off at 20-25 hours / week the 1st two weeks of the month and 15-20 hrs / week the 2nd two weeks of the month.
Salary: $15 – $35 / hour based upon education and experience.
Reports To: DMR Supervisor of Accounting and Bookkeeping Services


The DMR Accounting and Consulting Lead Accountant is highly detail-oriented position responsible for computing, classifying and recording financial transactions to ensure the financial records of the client organization are accurate. The Lead Accountant performs financial calculations and general ledger duties including posting information to accounting software from such source documents as invoices to customers, invoices from suppliers and cash receipts. The Lead Accountant reconciles accounts to ensure their accuracy and creates financial reports from that information.

In accordance with our Core Values, listed above, work resources are used to achieve above and beyond customer satisfaction, productivity, profit, and the achievement of our Core Purpose: FEARLESS Accounting, One empowering moment at a time.

Essential Functions:

  • Records and reconciles financial data and documents, checks for correct entry, mathematical accuracy and proper coding.
  • Operates computers programmed with accounting software to record, store and analyze information.
  • Classifies and summarizes computerized numerical and financial data to compile and keep financial records.
  • Debits, credits and totals accounts in computer spreadsheets and databases, using specialized accounting software.
  • Receives and records cash, checks and vouchers.
  • Attend weekly team video meetings and monthly team meetings.
  • Complies with federal, state and company policies, procedures and regulations.
  • Compiles statistical, financial, accounting or auditing reports and tables pertaining to such matters as cash receipts, expenditures, accounts payable and receivable, and profits and losses.
  • Codes documents according to company procedures.
    Reconciles or notes and reports discrepancies found in records.

Technical Competencies:
1. QuickBooks Desktop (3+ years); QuickBooks Online
2. Microsoft Excel proficiency
3. Bill.Com, Right Networks helpful

Professional Competencies:
1. Detail-oriented
2. Highly focused on customer service
3. Ethical conduct
4. Team Player
5. Great communicator, Spanish speaker a plus

Preferred Education and Experience:

  1. 4-year college degree in accounting (CPA or CPA candidate preferred)
  2. Customer service experience
  3. Startup / entrepreneurial experience
  4. Public accounting experience

Other Duties:
Please note that this job description is not designed to contain a comprehensive listing of duties or responsibilities for this job; these may change at any time with or without notice.

Position Type:
This is a part-time position. Typical days and hours of on-site work are Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 4:00pm. While in training, typical days and hours of on-site work are Monday and Wednesday 9:30am – 4:00pm plus Thursday and Friday hours TBD. Remote work options may be available after after sufficient and successful understanding of DMR policy, procedure, and client requirements.

Supervisory Responsibility: This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

Work Environment: This job operates in a clerical, home office setting. This role routinely uses a laptop computer and cell phone.

Work Authorization: Must be authorized to work in the United States.

Physical Demands: Prolonged periods sitting and working on a computer.

Travel: Other than intermittent client site visits, no travel is expected.

EEO Statement:
DMR is committed to providing a workplace that includes people of diverse backgrounds and fully utilizes their talents to achieve its mission. DMR believes that a diverse workforce and inclusive workplace culture enhances the performance of our organization and our ability to fulfill the agency’s mission.

Recent Posts

Are You Building a Support System for Yourself?

This time of year and into January is a very busy season for most of us both professionally and personally. To prepare for the coming weeks, I’d like to offer a few suggestions for you to maintain balance during a time that can feel overwhelming.

The foundation for true success in business is self-care and the support system you create for yourself. Where is your business if you are not in good health? It is imperative that you to take care of yourself in order to keep revenues flowing and clients / customers happy.

As I look back, one of the first ways I began to incorporate self-care was to get a housekeeper. Returning to a clean home after a long day at work meant I could spend time with my family or working on my own business. It was a small, but consistent, way to give myself some space and time for relaxation and reflection. I would have otherwise spent this valuable time and energy cleaning rather than working on what is most important to me.

Physical Support

What is one small way that you can give yourself more support? The idea of a housekeeper may seem high-end, but perhaps it’s possible through a trade-off. What if your daily Starbuck’s treat could be pared down to once a week? That opens up $20 a week for you to put towards something that offers more lasting effects.

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When I first started my business, I did most everything on my own. I was still employed at another firm for the first year while my venture began. After many years of building my own practice, I got to a place where I could begin outsourcing. One thing I sorely needed was an update to my home office. (My home office allows me to better balance my family and work roles.) This is where I spend a good portion of my day and where clients come for in-person meetings, so it is about both self-care and having a professional setting in which to work.

Instead of trying a makeshift solution by asking an employee to help me improve and organize, I invested in a professional decorator and a professional organizer. Both professionals helped me sort through the clutter that had built up, and together we created a beautiful space I can be proud of and gives both me and my clients a relaxing, peaceful setting to make work enjoyable.

There are many other ways for you to create a personal and professional support system – these often complement each other. It could be a book club, a professional group or creative circle such as Carolyn Scarborough. It could mean investing in a marketing professional or creative coach.

Mental and Emotional Support

Are you surrounding yourself with positive people and energy? It makes a huge difference in your overall outlook. I remember sharing with someone that I joined a belly-dancing class, and they commented that I must be doing it to lose weight. While I was hurt that the first thing they considered was weight loss, I responded with the truth. I chose this class because it was relaxing, different, and a whole lot of FUN! I joined it so I could feel better and try something new.

Make a mental note of the naysayers around you. Be aware of underhanded compliments. The highly critical person may think they sound really smart, but they are really lacking in emotional intelligence. They are draining you of good positive energy. I challenge you to consider moving away from those with energy draining ways.

Also, be aware of negative self-talk. It is sometimes more detrimental because it comes from within.

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Surround yourself with positivity, and find places where you can spread a positive outlook with others as well.

A few questions to ask: Are you offering those around you thoughtful, constructive commentary? Are you the positive energy that draws people in and supports them and gets this support yourself? Perhaps you are the one who needs to adjust your language to be more uplifting and solution-oriented? As Mahatma Gandhi famously said, “You must be the change you want to see in the world.”

Accordingly, you are what you attract…here is a clever 7 step illustrated process of How to Use the Law of Attraction to gain more positive energy into your life.

Create Support Systems for Yourself

Remember that YOU are the center of your business, and not the product or service provided. What is good for you is ultimately good for your company growth and development. Creating a support system for yourself is ultimately good for the success of your company.

Your support system is based on your needs – from your physical space or physical body to your emotional balance and spirituality. Reflect on what you may need to keep joy and balance in your life, because it is what will keep the business running.

I’m a huge proponent of self-care, and I have worked hard to incorporate these concepts into my work and life. This concept of creating a self-care system was first introduced to me by life balance coach and speaker, Renee Trudeau. I’ve attended her retreats, and the ideas really resonated with me. Renee shares her self-care practices on her website and through events. In a post from earlier this year, she talked about the 5 Self-Care Practices for Uncertain Times.

Spread the Holiday Cheer with Self-Care

As we head into the holidays, consider if you are surrounding yourself with positive energy and positive people. We live in a society that rarely stops to reflect and demands instant feedback or response. From a professional standpoint, that can create stress and anxiety and ultimately detract from your greater purpose. Caring for yourself is truly the first choice in caring for your business and your clients.

Happy Holidays. Wishing you much peace, love and prosperity now and in the new year!

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