Our Audit & Accounting team specialises in placing Part-Qualified and Qualified Finance professionals into Accountancy Firms across London and the rest of the UK. Specifically we focus on External Audit, Accounting and Outsourcing positions. As a team, we work with a wide range of firms from the Big 4 to some of the most reputable boutiques in the country. Given that the current market is rich in vacancies, we feel that our in-depth market knowledge, and the fact that we are on the preferred suppliers list for circa 90% of the firms in the UK, means that we are best placed to advise you on which roles suit you best. Whether you are seeking a healthier work-life balance, clearer progression moving forward, or it’s just a case of seeking a better atmosphere, we have an opportunity that will suit your reason for leaving.
Audit Manager/Senior Manager - Top 10 UK Practice
£55000 - £80000 per annum + work from home, pension scheme
Audit Manager/Senior Manager Top 10 Firm - London £55,000 - £65,000 (Manager) or £68,000 - £80,000 (Senior Manager) + outstanding benefits package An opportunity has arisen at one of the Top 10 Acc...
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Deputy Head of Finance
£90000 - £110000 per annum
City of London, London
Role Title: Deputy Head of Finance || Salary: £100,000 plus Are you looking for a role that offers the culture and environment of a media / tech business but the remuneration and complexity of work...
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The Best Jobs in the UK
Audit Managers have taken the top spot on a list of the best jobs in Britain. Last week, Glassdoor revealed its annual jobs report, which takes a jobs earning potential, satisfaction rating and the number of openings in order to deduce the roles we’re most likely to be happiest in. In a list of 25, the role of Audit Manager has leapt up 2 spots from last year, where it took third place. The roles progression is largely in part due to the increase in job openings, which have gone from 420 to 1...Read full article >
How Gender is Hurting the Job Market
When we are trying to fill a role, we will look for the most capable candidate, however despite companies “affirmative action plans” and desire for equally matched teams, it turns out we are actually screening ourselves for the job before we’ve even applied. Technische Universitat Munchen, conducted a study in 2013 that found, when words which the subjects claimed to associate with dominance, such as “assertive” and “analytical” were used, women were less like to apply for the role. Similarly...Read full article >