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Audit And Accounts Senior

Audit And Accounts Senior - Weybridge, Surrey,

Salary: £30k - £55k (Dependent on experience)

The Client:

Our client is an accountancy firm established more than 65 years ago, putting clients at the heart of their services.

Their approach is to provide the level of service and expertise of a large organisation with the approachability and personal involvement of a small firm.



Partners of member firms look after their clients personally.

In the network, they build close friendships with each other based on loyalty, respect and shared experience.

They offer the personal touch not found in large firms.

The Role:

This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious individual to work as an Audit Semi Senior where you will work on audit assignments, as well as having responsibility for the preparation of accounts and the associated tax work for limited companies, LLP's and partnerships.

The ideal person for the role will have experience of working in a varied practice role which would have included planning, performing and completing numerous audit assignments.

You may be AAT Qualified and looking to begin your ACA / ACCA studies or, may have commenced your ACA / ACCA studies already.

The client will support you to continue these studies by providing study leave and covering the course and exam fees.

This is a great opportunity for a driven individual to secure a varied and challenging role within a leading and highly progressive firm in Weybridge, with an international client base, where there will be genuine scope for development.

Responsibilities:

? Assisting in the preparation of the audit plan and ensure it appropriately addresses audit objectives
? Take an active part in the audit planning and field work
? Complete all aspects of audit fieldwork from start to completion and manage others to do the same
? Ensure planned audit work is appropriately completed to satisfy audit objectives
? 30-40% of the time will involve preparation of