Join our team: Multiple positions available in our Corporate Reporting department!

The work in an accountancy firm like ours can be challenging and fast-paced. It always requires strong analytical skills, attention to detail and the ability to communicate complex financial information in a clear and concise manner. 

‘A day in the life’ of an auditor varies depending on the specific job and industry of course, but here is an overview of what a typical day could look like: 

Reviewing client documents

We spend a lot of time reviewing client documents to ensure accuracy and compliance with accounting standards. This includes financial statements, invoices, contracts, and other relevant records. 

Preparing and reviewing statutory accounts

This is a significant part of what we do, as ultimately the audit is of the statutory accounts. Their preparation and review is a large part of our job; setting us apart from other firms that are purely audit focused. 

Conducting interviews

We may also need to interview key personnel within the client organisation, to gather information and better understand the client’s business processes. 

Analysing data

We use data analysis tools and techniques to identify trends and anomalies in financial data. This involves analysing sales data, inventory levels or other financial metrics to identify potential risks or areas of concern. 

Preparing audit reports

Once the audit is complete, we prepare a report summarising our findings and recommendations to the client. This report is reviewed by senior management within the client organisation. 

Attending meetings 

We attend meetings with client management and other stakeholders to discuss our findings and answer any questions or concerns they may have. 

Continuing education 

We are required to stay up to date with changes to accounting standards and regulations. It’s a mix of attending training sessions and completing online courses to maintain knowledge and skills. As an award-winning training firm, we carry out continuous internal training, attended by the whole team and run by seniors, managers and senior managers. 

Joining our team

Our work as auditors requires attention to detail, analytical skills, strong communications skills, and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. 

Management of multiple tasks and priorities is often required and whilst that can be challenging in busy periods, it’s extremely rewarding, particularly when we are able to help our clients improve their business processes and financial reporting practices, coupled with accounting support and advising our clients on correct accounting treatment, disclosures, etc…

Joining our team would not only provide you with valuable opportunities for personal and professional growth but would enable you to contribute to a firm dedicated to making a positive impact. 

We believe our inclusive and supportive work culture, combined with our commitment to innovation and excellence makes us an exceptional place to work. 

If you are passionate about what you do and want to be part of a dynamic and exciting team, we encourage you to apply and join us in shaping the future of our firm and industry!