Accounting Careers in Pittsburgh, PA

Metz Lewis seeks to hire a highly motivated Tax Specialist to provide support for our Tax, Trusts and Estates Group


Metz Lewis is a Pittsburgh-based law firm with a reputation for delivering sophisticated and practical tax and estate planning advice to individuals with significant assets.

We are currently searching for a Tax Specialist to join our dynamic practice group. This is an excellent opportunity for a candidate looking to work at an award-winning firm that values teamwork and innovation. The position is full-time and can be conducted with a hybrid or remote work arrangement.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Preparation of various federal and state tax returns for individuals, partnerships, s-corporations, and foundations
  • Tax consulting, tax research, and tax planning for high net-worth individuals
  • Preparation of various federal returns in connection with complex estate plans crafted by our attorneys including Forms 709, 1023, and 1041
  • Assisting attorneys with estate administrations including preparation of Pennsylvania Inheritance Tax Returns and Federal Estate Tax Returns (Form 706)


    • Must have at least two years of full-time experience preparing complex tax returns


    • 401(k)  
    • Health insurance 
    • Dental insurance 
    • Vision insurance 
    • Life insurance 
    • Flexible vacation policy 
    • Hybrid work schedule 

    Supplemental Pay 

    • Performance-based bonus 

    Why Metz Lewis?

    Metz Lewis provides a unique opportunity to encounter a magnitude of various tax returns and tax concepts, under the guidance of and alongside Big Four alumni. Over half the members of the Tax, Trusts and Estates Practice Group formerly worked at PwC, or its predecessor, Coopers & Lybrand.

    We pride ourselves on a culture of hard work, being good partners (among our lawyers and with our clients), and helping staff achieve their professional goals. Metz Lewis has been consistently ranked a Top Workplace by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

    Print Friendly