Senior Accountant

Michael Page Finance
£20000 - £26000 per annum + Benefits, negotiable
10 Aug 2017
15 Sep 2017
A highly successful and growing firm of chartered accountants has a requirement for a Senior Accountant, to join their team based in Chard, in a role and firm offering progression and development potential. Client Details This highly successful firm of chartered accountants, with offices in Chard, has an excellent reputation and varied client base across Somerset, the South West and further afield, acting for wide ranging clients in sector and turnovers, with a strong reputation in a number of specialist sectors . The firm provides an environment in which to progress your career, gaining further technical skills, client responsibility and contact. The firm is undergoing continued positive growth and presents a superb option for a career focused , accounting professional, looking to further their career in this sector, with a leading firm. Description Joining as a Senior Accountant , based at their Chard offices, you will have a hands on role preparing accounts, tax and general accountancy practice responsibilities for a mixed and interesting client base. You will carve a key role in their team and progress in your career with increasing responsibility, client contact, building relationships and involvement in wider advisory and project work across the firm. Profile You will be any of: AAT qualified, and/or studying ACCA,ACA, newly qualified, with a background in accountancy practice or with at least 3 - 4 years or more experience within practice as a Senior Accountant, preparing accounts, tax and other responsibilities for a mixed client base of sole traders, partnerships and limited companies. You will be looking for challenging, long term career move within a genuinely growing and expanding firm of chartered accountants, offering progression and career development Job Offer £20,000 - circa £26,000 dependent on background and experience, plus benefits. This job was originally posted as

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