Culp Elliott & Carpenter recruits, retains and develops highly talented, creative, and self-motivated individuals who share our Firm’s Core Values. We genuinely care about the welfare and success of our associates, paralegals, professionals and staff, and strive to maintain a collegial atmosphere where ideas and knowledge are openly shared. We believe that our success begins with our exceptional staff who demonstrate each day their commitment to providing superior and creative results for our clients in the most productive and cost-efficient manner. Our employees come from varied backgrounds bringing with them a diversity of experience and promoting a culture of inclusion and innovation.

Our employees consistently demonstrate a strong work ethic, exceptional interpersonal skills and are capable of functioning effectively both as team members and team leaders. Choosing CEC for employment offers a unique opportunity for individuals to participate in a variety of sophisticated and challenging projects early in their careers. CEC employees work closely with a number of talented professionals, including firm partners who recognize the value of leader accessibility and support. Team members engage with our clients with the utmost integrity, and partner with them to develop and maintain long-term, trusting business relationships. It is our goal that each employee finds professional and personal fulfillment through challenging work in a rich, diverse and enjoyable working environment.

We are actively recruiting for the positions listed below. However, we are always pleased to receive resumes from experienced legal and tax professionals.

Culp Elliott & Carpenter offers a comprehensive benefit program including

  • 401(k) plan
  • Medical insurance with the options of either a flexible spending account or health savings account
  • Prescription drug coverage
  • Dental insurance
  • Short and Long-term disability insurance
  • Life insurance
  • Holidays and Paid Time Off (PTO)

Equal Opportunity Employer

Culp Elliott & Carpenter is an equal opportunity employer. The Firm’s policy is to provide equal opportunity to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Current Openings

Estate Planning Paralegal

Culp Elliott & Carpenter is seeking a top-notch and experienced Estate Planning and Estate Administration Paralegal with strong accounting skills. The successful candidate will possess significant experience in, or the willingness to learn all areas of estate planning and estate administration including preparation of estate and gift tax returns, preparation of wills and trust agreements, and estate and trust administration. Responsibilities include managing all areas of trust and estate administration with emphasis on: correspondence with clients, valuation of assets, maintaining and analyzing financial records, bill payment and balancing checkbooks. Candidate must have the ability to work closely with multiple individuals, competing priorities and tight deadlines. Must be able to work independently to manage and execute projects in an efficient and timely manner. Competencies should include excellent written and oral communication skills, experience with accounting and bookkeeping, strong proofreading skills, and the ability to pay strict attention to detail. Experience using Quickbooks and HotDocs will be helpful in this position. To be successful, the candidate must have the desire and capability to provide superior client service. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent paralegal experience required. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience.  Qualified candidates can send their cover letter and resume to Karen Suddreth, Human Resources Administrator at EOE

Corporate Tax Attorney

Culp Elliott & Carpenter is seeking a Corporate Tax Attorney with demonstrated expertise in tax, estate planning and corporate law, including transactional and M&A work. This is an ideal opportunity for an attorney with at least 2-4 year’s experience in entity formation and structuring, income tax planning, joint ventures and all aspects of working with high-net worth clients for tax and business planning.  LL.M. in Taxation is helpful but not necessary.  This is a great opportunity for someone who thrives on solving complicated tax issues and enjoys working with experienced and dedicated colleagues. Compensation is competitive and commensurate with experience. Qualified candidates can send their cover letter and resume to Karen Suddreth, Human Resources Administrator at EOE