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Accounts Semi Senior / Senior

Employer
Trial Balance Consulting
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
26 Jul 2021

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Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
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Job Details

Are you stuck in a rut? Worried that the grass might be growing under your feet whilst wading through a pile of tax returns? Then you might want to give me a call, as I'm working with one of the most progressive firms in the region...

My client has an enviable reputation in the local market, both for the quality of work produced and for the working conditions enjoyed by their team. They are now looking to recruit at the Semi Senior or Senior level to take on a varied role.

Your duties in this role will include statutory accounts preparation, tax compliance and planning, VAT, CIS, bookkeeping, management accounting and business advisory work for a mixed portfolio of clients. You will also be involved in systems projects to include ensuring your clients are set up for digital accounting.

This role would suit an AAT qualified candidate, or alternatively a QBE with significant experience in a practice environment. Due to the technical nature of some of the work, unfortunately we must insist that applicants have suitable experience gained within the practice sector.

Don't miss this opportunity to join a highly sociable group where flexible working practices and career development are both actively encouraged. Apply quoting job reference RE7568 or call Rob Emsley for a confidential discussion.

Trial Balance is a market leading supplier of recruitment services to accountancy practices across the South-West and works on vacancies at all levels in a practice environment. For a confidential discussion about your career options please contact Rob Emsley, our dedicated practice specialist.
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