8 months ago
Corporate Services (Audit) Senior Accountant - Bury St Edmunds, Cambridge or Ipswich
Salary: Salary dependent upon experience
This company is one of East Anglias oldest and most respected firms of Chartered Accountants. The client portfolio includes business clients across the spectrum from the very small to groups turning over several hundreds of million pounds including OMBs, subsidiaries of larger international groups, charities, pension schemes and LLPs. They act for a number of East Anglia's most significant businesses including many household names and also have other clients based locally, throughout the UK and internationally.
The role offers a great opportunity to gain experience within a prestigious team that has gained significant recognition over the past 2 years.
They offer an attractive salary with many benefits in a friendly working environment and extensive in-house training programme for all staff.
You will be expected to lead on small audit jobs and assist on larger audit assignments within the team as required. You will also be required to prepare accounts for a variety of businesses.
The exact type of work you undertake will depend upon your experience and competencies but this role provides real scope to develop your existing skills.
Essential Skills & Requirements:
• A proven background in Audit within a UK practice is essential as is front line client contact. Qualified to ICAEW/ACCA or by experience. A working knowledge of corporation tax would be helpful.
• Must be keen to be involved in all aspects of audit planning and have a good working knowledge of accounts preparation under UK GAAP.
• Experience of CCH accounts software would be advantageous, or other similar software packages.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work well in a team environment.
• Self-motivated, hard-working, flexible and prepared to undertake some travel.
Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.