5 months ago
Accounts & Audit Senior
£32,000 - £35,000
Are you from an independent or Mid Tier firm in Buckinghamshire and looking for a new challenge with a larger progressive practice?
Public Practice recruitment specialists Clark Wood are currently working with a well-established regional firm of accountants who are seeking to add an ACA / ACCA Qualified Accounts & Audit Senior to the team in their Milton Keynes office.
The successful candidate will undertake a varied role in which you will gain exposure to a wide range of clients including limited companies, sole traders, and partnerships from a variety of sectors.
The role will include the preparation of statutory and management accounts and the associated tax compliance work as well as leading audit assignments on an array of clients from the initial planning stage through to completion.
The ideal candidate will be ACCA / ACA Part Qualified and will have recent experience of undertaking a mixed audit and accounts position.
This is a fantastic opportunity for the successful candidate to join a highly reputable and progressive firm in Milton Keynes in a position where there will be genuine scope for career development.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Leading audit assignments from planning through to completion
Supervising junior members of staff
Accounts preparation for sole traders, limited companies & partnerships
Preparation of corporate tax computations and returns
Oversee all aspects of audit fieldwork and completion
Visiting clients at their premises
ACA / ACCA Qualified or Finalist
Practice experience is essential
Experience of leading audit assignments is essential
For further information on this role please contact Jack Wyatt at Clark Wood - email@example.com / 01173 291056
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