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Accounts Senior
 
Title: Accounts Senior
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £28,000.00 - £37,000.00
Salary per: annum
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Description:
This Senior Accounts role is with a firm of accountants and therefore requires you to have recent experience of working within Public Practice. The opportunity is with a medium sized, regional firm operating from 12 offices in the East Midlands.

Your role:

• Year-end accounts for a range of clients.

• Management accounts for clients.

• Personal and corporation tax computations and file returns.

• Liaise with clients regarding their accounts and queries

• Prepare covering letters for inclusion with accounts sent to clients

• Review or prepare Bookkeeping, VAT and Payroll

• Assist the Manager with ad hoc project work for clients

• Mentoring trainees and help them with queries

You should:

• Have recent experience working within Public Practice

• Be committed to a career within Professional Practice Accounting

• Be confident in the use of MS Word and Excel

Rekroot (UK) ltd is a specialist recruitment business operating in the Professional Practice Accounting sector and I cannot consider applicants without previous and recent experience of such. Public Practice accounting remains one of the most secure areas to work in with demand for people with previous experience still high. Therefore, we have a number of similar opportunities to discuss. Please contact me to discuss a range of opportunities available to you.
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