Graduate ACA/ACCA Trainee
Posted on Feb 2, 2019 by jobseekers recruitment
Their trainees can join them in one of four main areas: Business Services, Corporate Services, Audit and Agricultural Services. They provide audit, accountancy and tax services and financial advice to a wide variety of businesses. Agricultural Services provide sound business and financial advice to farmers and agri-related businesses based on many years of experience. It is a large fast growing team of professionals.
Their people lie at the heart of their success and they are proud of a long established track record in developing the talents and careers of their people. They are seeking talented individuals to then invest significantly in them to strengthen their business and help them deliver their strategic goals and vision. Training to become an ACA accountant with the ICAEW is a rewarding and challenging career and can open up a whole host of opportunities for you. Our client is looking to train and develop graduates who could be their future partners and leaders. A number of their senior managers and partners started their career as a trainee and have stayed with them throughout their working life.
If you are due to complete your University degree in 2019, then we are sure you are thinking about your next step. Our client is looking for candidates with drive and enthusiasm who can demonstrate a strong academic track record. To apply for one of their training roles you will have achieved, 2.1 in your degree or equivalent or on target for gaining this result, although the subject of your degree is not important. They also look for A/B grades at both GCSE and A Levels.
Whilst their main intake is in July/August each year, they do from time to time take trainees mid-year.
Our client will offer excellent support and training that will help you develop the skills you need to succeed as a professional and to progress until you realise your full potential.
They provide and fund:
Technical training with recognised training providers
Student Registration Fees
Annual Student subscriptions
Books and materials
Exemption/examination entry fees
Paid study leave for courses and exams
Accommodation if a stay away is required