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Accounts Semi Senior
 
Title: Accounts Semi Senior
Category: Other
Job type: Permanent
Job status: Full Time
Salary: £180,000.00
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A Semi Senior Accountant with experience gained within Professional Practice accountancy is required to join an international firm of accountants at its site in Peterborough. With experience gained within Public Practice, you should be studying towards a relevant accounting qualification and committed to a career within Professional Practice Accounting. You will be familiar with accounting processes for sole traders, partnerships and ltd companies from diverse backgrounds. Previous experience is essential. You will receive a competitive remuneration package commensurate with your level of experience and comprehensive support for your future development.

You will be responsible for:

• Prepare year end accounts for a diverse range of clients.

• Prepare Management accounts for a varied client base.

• Assist with bookkeeping on occasion.

• Prepare personal and corporation tax computations and returns.

• VAT returns

• Assist senior staff with ad hoc project work for clients

Rekroot (UK) ltd is a specialist recruitment business operating in the Professional Practice Accounting sector and I cannot consider experience gained within commercial, industrial or public sector businesses. Please contact me to discuss the full range of Accounts, Tax and Audit roles available with accountancy firms in your area.
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