Audit Senior - Film & TV - Top 20 Firm - London

up to £48,000 Per Annum
City of London
Contract Type:
Full Time

Shani Levi

0203 225 6122

Audit the stars! Audit Senior, Film & TV

Audit Senior role within the UK's biggest film & TV team!

Audit Senior - Film & TV

Top 20 Firm, London

Up to £48,000

Are you a qualified Auditor that has a personal interest in film & TV? Would you love to audit some of the biggest names straight out of Hollywood? Then this could be the role for you!

My client, a Top 20 firm in the city, is seeking an experienced Auditor to join their growing team, a department that focuses on audit & accounts work for a variety of clients in the film & TV industry.


To be considered for this role, you will simply need to be ACA or ACCA qualified and have experience of leading audits from planning to completion for a UK accountancy firm, ideally in the Top 50.

While some client experience would be ideal, it isn't crucial to be considered, but a strong personal interest in the film & TV industry is.


One of the best parts about this role is undoubtedly the client portfolio you'll be working on, however working for this business brings with it a variety of benefits:

  • You'll experience a great work life balance, which offers flexible and remote working arrangements.
  • Progression is always clear and structured, and the firm promotes from within as a priority.
  • This firm have also been known to offer secondments for their staff who are looking to experience different departments on a temporary basis, allowing you to experience new environments and learn new things.

If you're an auditor looking to gain exposure to the glitz and glam of a Hollywood client base, then get in touch!

Please apply on-line for immediate consideration. Once you have applied if you have any questions call 0203 22 55 060.

Please also note that due to the volume of applications, only those shortlisted will be contacted. If you have not received a response within two weeks, please assume your application for this role was unsuccessful.