Part Qualified Accountant – growing, progressive practice

  • £24k – £26k + study assistance
  • Walsall

I know you love dealing with interesting clients who demand the very best of you.  This is a good thing because it stretches your technical knowledge and makes you an all-round better accountancy professional.

Our client is a well-established firm who specialises in providing business services for companies that operate in the technology and innovations sector.  As venture capitalists are often involved this means that you will be working with people who will challenge you (in a good way!) and provide you with great job satisfaction.

You will already be working within a Public Practice but may feel that something is lacking, or you want to work with a more fascinating client base.  You may be in a small practice with very limited scope for promotion, or you may be with one of the Big 4, where you are little more than a payroll number and facing lots of competition for promotion.  Either way, you must have excellent experience in the preparation of monthly management accounts, as this will be the primary focus of the role.

With an excellent starting salary of £24k – £26k p.a. + study assistance, if necessary, there are also excellent prospects for professional progression and personal development.

Standard working hours are 9.00 am – 5.15 pm with some flexibility.  We will consider somebody who can work an excess of 28 hours per week if full-time doesn’t suit.

Based just outside of Walsall with free parking and a friendly bunch to work with.  There is a great atmosphere and energy in this growing firm.

Role will involve:

  • Preparation of monthly management accounts using cloud-based software (Xero)
  • Opportunity to work on year end statutory accounts and tax
  • Liaising with clients (sometimes at their premises)

This role will suit experienced: Semi Senior, Part-Qualified Accountant, Assistant Accountant, Accountant, ACCA, ACA.

Please apply now to avoid disappointment by sending your CV to

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