almost 1 year ago
Are you a budding young accountant based in the Shrewsbury area looking to join a larger practice?
Are you part way through your studies and looking for a firm that is able to properly support and develop you at this critical time in your early career?
My client is fully registered with the ICAEW and as one of the regions leading independent firms can offer you a working environment conducive with career progression and professional development.
You will work as part of a motivated, close knit team on array of exciting accounts and tax assignments for a broad range of clients across multiple industries. The firm’s services extend from accounts and tax services for SMEs to OMBs to Audit and Advisory for larger corporates. They also have an array of individuals who they support through all sorts of financial affairs, and also offering specialist corporate finance and forensic accounting services.
My client is looking to speak to motivated individuals who have a background in practice accountancy. You may have commenced your AAT studies or recently completed the qualification, or you could be a graduate with part way through your ACA/ACCA. Either way, if you’re looking for a supportive firm that can offer comprehensive study support and multi-disciplinary exposure, then click apply or get in touch.
For further information on this role please contact Richard Kinsey at Clark Wood - firstname.lastname@example.org / 01173 291055
Clark Wood is a specialist Recruitment Consultancy operating throughout the United Kingdom within the Public Practice Accountancy & Tax sectors. Our core client base consists of Accountancy Practices ranging from Big 4, Top 10 & Mid-Tier firms through to independent regional firms and sole traders.
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