24000 - 30000
9 days ago
BV Recruitment Ltd
Are you an Accounts Semi Senior or Trainee Accountant, with at least 2 years of experience looking to work for an independent accountancy practice firm with around 10 staff, where you can receive excellent training and support, and be provided with the opportunity to carry out a mixed general practice role? Are you keen to work in an easily accessible location in Zone 1 Central London? Are you keen to prepare both statutory and management accounts (or be trained so that you can prepare these), as well as carry out audits, tax returns, VAT returns, bookkeeping and other ad hoc tasks as required? Your role will be split roughly 30% audit and 70% accounts, tax and general practice. You will gain exposure to a wide range of London based SME clients, with turnovers to £20m. Training will be provided where necessary. Rapid progression will be offered to the right candidate.
To be considered for this new role you must have at least 2 years of general practice experience, and either be studying the AAT, ACCA or ACA. You must have experience of preparing accounts, basic tax returns and ideally some audit testing. Experience of a wide range of software packages, including CCH, would be an advantage. A strong interest in working with London based SME and OMB clients is essential. You must be well presented, be a team player, and be looking to progress at a rapid pace.
This growing accountancy firm has a great reputation for being a friendly and supportive place to work and providing their staff with challenging and varied roles. You will work in a friendly and growing team, and you can expect to work on an interesting array of high profile and growing London based clients from a wide range of sectors. The firm is growing at a rapid rate due to many new business wins from larger accountancy firms. Overall this is a unique opportunity for a part qualified Semi Senior or Trainee Accountant to join an entrepreneurial and forward thinking practice in an interesting and varied general practice role.