Accounted for is itself a phrasal verb.
to give an explanation (usually followed by for):
to account for the accident.
to answer concerning one's conduct, duties, etc. (usually followed by for):
to account for the missing typewriters.
to cause (usually followed by for):
The humidity accounts for our discomfort. His reckless driving accounted for the accident.
Now, to answer your question:
Phrasal verbs can have pauses after them like any other verb, in disregard to the use of the prepositions contained in the verbs.
The president had the elections called off.
Everything has been cut off, so you must make do with what you have.
That's the key I was looking for!
There are no jobs at XYZ that you can currently apply for, due to internal turmoil at the company.