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Leamington, Nuneaton and Stratford
Due to the expansion of our outsourced bookkeeping services department we are looking for experienced bookkeepers to join our friendly and supportive client services team.
The role will include:
What we are looking for:
Full or part time hours considered
If you believe you have the attributes we are looking for please contact Trevor Day, Head of Client Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Full-Time position) – Leamington Spa
Do you have excellent numerical skills and a flair for analysing data and problem-solving skills?
We are seeking a highly motivated and organised individual who is able to work on their own initiative and has the ability to communicate at all levels.
Working alongside our team of senior auditors, the role will include working to tight deadlines including the ability to check financial records to ensure they confirm with business and accountancy regulations and ethics. A driving licence is essential along with your own transport. A sense of humour is also desired.
Preferably the successful candidate will have one years’ experience within an accountancy practice or an office environment. However, all levels of experience will be considered. The role may involve working in Burgis & Bullock’s other external offices and client premises to attend meetings or work with other members of the team.
The position will provide full on the job training and a study package for AAT and further professional qualifications. Training provided in all aspects of accountancy including taxation, audit, bookkeeping and preparation of final accounts.
If you believe you have the attributes we are looking for and would like to join our friendly team, we would love to meet you.
Contact Sara Fisher, Corporate and Specialist Services on 01926 451000 or by email at email@example.com or in writing to:
Burgis & Bullock, 23-25 Waterloo Place, Warwick Street,Leamington Spa CV32 5LA
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