Business Services Manager - Yeovil
Clark Wood are delighted to be working with a renown South West practice who due to internal growth and succession planning are looking for an ambitious client manager to work beneath the partners of the firm.
The role will involve managing your own portfolio of clients as well as working closely with the Partners and junior staff members, so strong communication skills and the ability to build strong client relationships is essential
The main duties of this role include delivering accounting & taxation services to a diverse range of clients including Owner Managed Businesses, Partnerships and PLCs as well as reviewing the work of junior staff.
You will also be responsible for conducting interviews and being involved in the hiring process of new staff.
Our client is offering an excellent remuneration package along with good benefits, generous holiday entitlement as well as structured career progression.
With one of the partners looking to retire in the next couple of years, this really is an excellent platform to progress into senior management/associate director material in a short space of time.
Managing a portfolio of clients
Preparation and review of statutory accounts for sole traders, partnerships and limited companies
Preparation of monthly and quarterly management accounts
Involvement in the hiring process of new additions
Business development - helping to win new clients for the firm and tendering for jobs
Review of work done by junior staff
Excellent client interaction skills
ACA/ACCA Qualified or Part Qualified
AAT Qualified & QBE candidates will also be considered
Experience of working in practice is essential
For further information on this role please contact Will Langdon at Clark Wood
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