Accounts Clerk

Permanent Full time Debbie Voaden, Branch Manager in Accounting / Finance Email Job
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Job Description

Our client are seeking an Accounts Clerk – part or newly qualified to join their Bovey Tracey office.

Under the direction of an experienced manager your focus will be on preparation of accounts for limited companies, partnerships and sole traders.  You will also gain experience in preparing corporation tax computations, tax adjusted profits for partnership and sole traders, preparation of personal Self-Assessment tax returns and VAT returns.  Exciting role for part / newly qualified AAT candidates looking to build on their existing knowledge and develop their skills in a practice setting. Training will be available on software packages and to develop your accounting and tax skills.

Responsibilities – Accounts Role

  • Undertake accounts and tax return preparation as part of a client team.
  • Accurately complete all assignments within agreed timeframe.
  • Use your skills to investigate and resolve, where possible, problems arising during the assignments; working with your supervisor on unresolved issues.
  • Record work in a clear and concise manner using the firm’s working papers.
  • To use your developing technical knowledge to be able to undertake advisory and specialist work as your experience and knowledge grows.
  • Assisting clients in the maintenance of digital accounting records. Deliver client specific training and support for their cloud accounting needs.
  • Develop and maintain your computer skills to ensure efficient production of work.

AAT Training

  • One of the main benefits of joining a trainee scheme is that you’ll get access to training, without having to pay for it yourself. Getting good qualifications and experience are the best way of making sure that you’ll go on to have a successful career in the future.
  • To attain the AAT qualification, you will need to attend college, usually on a day release basis. The training support provided includes payment of course fees, travel and course material as well as working within our offices to gain practical experience.
  • In committing to support you through your studies, we will continually review your progress and help you to complete your qualification in a reasonable space of time.

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ACA Training

  • One of the main benefits of joining a trainee scheme is that you’ll get access to training, without having to pay for it yourself. Getting good qualifications and experience are the best way of making sure that you’ll go on to have a successful career in the future.
  • To attain the ACA qualification, you will need to attend courses, usually for up to a week at a time.  The training is spread over a minimum of three years and training support is provided including payment of course fees, travel and the provision of study leave, as well as working within our offices to gain practical experience.
  • Please note, significant additional study in your own time will be required in order to pass the exams.,
  • In committing to support you through your studies, we will continually review your progress and help you to complete your qualification in a reasonable space of time.

We offer you:

  • To be part of an expanding team within the accountancy sector and to work with likeminded driven colleagues.
  • Experience gained from a mixed portfolio of both corporate and unincorporated clients.
  • A mentor to help you gain the experience and knowledge to progress within the firm.
  • Salary based on qualification and experience within the accountancy sector.
  • Flexible hours, homeworking after a period of employment and subject to business requirements. Part-time working is also an option.
  • Annual leave starting at 21 days (plus bank holidays)
  • Option to buy an additional 5 days per year of annual leave
  • Holiday carry over – carry over up to 10 days on 31 March.
  • Pension scheme.
  • Discretionary bonus scheme based on merit.
  • Death in service (twice annual salary)
  • Health insurance (cashback on everyday medical issues), cover increases the more senior you become.
  • Payment of professional membership subscriptions.
  • Staff suggestion scheme
  • Social events (summer and Christmas)
  • Progression within the firm, subject to experience, qualification success and business need.

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