Newly Qualified Accountants
Are you a recently qualified accountant seeking a change of career direction?
Would you like to use your accounting qualification in more a technical role including financial modelling, business valuations and report writing?
Forensic accounting is a well-established and rapidly growing specialism.
It suits those with a curious mind, an eye for detail and enjoyment of intellectual rigour.
Further along in your career, you could find yourself giving expert evidence in court, or travelling the world to investigate bribery and corruption.
It offers a variety and career progression few areas of accountancy can match.
In the context of legal disputes and financial investigations, you would be involved with
- Financial Modelling
- Company Valuations
- Writing Expert Witness Reports
- Investigating Whistle-blower allegations
- Asset Tracing
- Investigating the financial conduct of company Directors
The majority of today's forensic accounting leaders began their careers in audit - so your skill-set will be highly valued and full training will be provided.
There are currently opportunities across the industry, working with:
- Traditional Accountancy Firms - from Big 4 to mid-tier
- International Advisory Consultancies
- Specialist Forensic Accounting Boutiques
- Law Firms
- Major Corporates
You will be recently/soon to be qualified (ACA, ICAS OR ACCA) from a recognised accounting practice, with a strong academic background, and able to a demonstrate a genuine interest in forensic accounting.
To discuss these newly qualified forensic accounting jobs and newly qualified opportunities generally, please apply or contact Iain Johnson, head of our Forensic Accounting recruitment division.
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.