North London, London
£25000 - £32000 per annum + Study
21 days ago
My client is a leading firm of Chartered Accountants, and an ICAEW, ACCA and CIOT training office, they believe in recruiting people who, given the right training, will have the ability to provide their clients with a top quality service.
You will not only receive the training necessary to perform your job, but you will also have the opportunity to pursue professional qualifications and progress your career to its full potential.
This client is a well-established and progressive firm of accountants based in North West London.
Their services include accounting, auditing, tax, financial planning, payroll and business consultancy. Their expertise is geared to working with owner-managed businesses, small to medium sized companies, business start-ups, and UK subsidiaries of overseas groups.
This role involves working on a portfolio of clients consisting of sole traders, partnerships, companies and their directors.
You will be responsible for undertaking the compliance for both personal and corporate clients (preparing Corporation Tax Returns, Personal Tax Returns, Trust and Estate Returns and forms P11D).
You will already have some experience in a mixed tax role and be able to produce work for supervisor / partner review.
This role requires excellent communication skills and experience dealing with clients.
They encourage additional study and will support the right candidate in pursuing appropriate professional qualifications with the opportunity to progress into an advisory function further on in their career.
Good working knowledge of CCH CorTax, CCH Personal Tax and CCH Central products is preferred.
Competent user of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook.
To be considered for the role you must have a minimum of 6 months to 2 years of experience in a mixed tax role (with experience preparing personal and corporation Tax Returns as well as forms P11D).
Having obtained the ATT qualification would be an advantage but is not essential.
Competitive package and study