Are you an Audit Manager or Senior Manager who enjoys the technical side of audit but not the pressures of the fee-earning environment? Do you enjoy adding value and offering technical advice? Are you seeking a role that offers great flexibility, the chance to work autonomously and a fantastic work life balance? If so, this could be the role for you.
Our client is one of the leading providers of technical, training, compliance and advisory services to accountancy firms ranging from those in the Accountancy Age Top 100 to smaller boutiques. Due to continued growth, the firm are seeking to recruit a Technical and Training advisor (Manager or Senior Manager level).
There is some flexibilty on the role and mix of work, so please do reach out to discuss. While the role is leaned to working from home and client sites, it would ideally suit someone in London or surrounding areas.
The role will entail:
- Visiting clients to conduct Cold and Hot file reviews on audit and non-audit files, providing face to face feedback to clients and preparing detailed reports
- Advising clients on areas covering UK GAAP and IFRS; Auditing Standards, Ethical issues, Company Law and specialist areas (including Charities, Pensions, SRA Accounts Rules and FCA)
- Delivering training to member firms
The successful candidate will:
- Have a strong audit background
- Possess strong technical skills within audit and up-to-date knowledge of reporting requirements
- Demonstrate excellent communication skills and enjoy deliverting training
- Be flexible and willing to travel to clients (predominantly short half day visits within the M25)
If you are seeking Technical jobs in London contact Austin Rose, the Public Practice Recruitment Specialists
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.