Job opportunity for a qualified accountant with Champ Consultants, a growing accountancy and tax practice in Caterham.
working for a well-established practice in Caterham, Surrey.
Who are we?
We are a highly professional and growing accounting firm with an established client portfolio based in Caterham. Our client portfolio includes (although this is not limited to) small to medium size businesses and high-net worth individual clients. We provide a full range of accounting, tax and business growth services as well as assisting our clients with personal needs including personal tax and financial planning. Our services include bookkeeping, company accounts and corporation tax, management accounts, payroll, personal tax , self assessment, statutory work, tax investigations, VAT and tax planning for the future.
Your new role
You will be involved in dealing with an exciting and diverse range of clients and work with peers with a wealth of experience to draw from. This role offers exposure to all elements of practice services and all types of clients.
What you’ll need to succeed
ACA/ACCA fully qualified with 3+ years of experience in a small to medium sized practice. You will be confident in preparing accounts, computing corporation tax and dealing in all aspects of bookkeeping and personal tax matters. A good knowledge of Sage and Excel are necessary and experience of P11d’s and CIS would be advantageous. Due to the client-facing nature of this role and opportunity for progression, good communication skills are necessary.
What you’ll get in return
You will work with a hard-working and reputable firm to deliver market-leading services to high profile clients and a competitive salary.
To apply please send your CV together with a covering letter by email to email@example.com
or by post to Champ Consultants Ltd,
34 Westway, Caterham, Surrey CR3 5TP.
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