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Audit Manager

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£60,000 - £70,000
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Danielle Daymond

Audit Manager - Top 10 Firm

Stevenage

Up to £70,000 (DOE)

AJ Chambers are pleased to be representing a Top 10 Firm of Chartered Accountants who are seeking a Manager for their highly successful audit team. You will complement the current team, which is expanding due to organic growth. This is an excellent opportunity to join this friendly, vibrant and dynamic team.

You will become part of the audit and accounts team, which provides a wide range of audit, accounting and tax services to a range of clients. This is a varied role that will include overseeing and undertaking audit and accounts work, both in the office and at client premises.

This firm advises businesses ranging from large corporations to small family companies. In addition to commercial companies in the service and manufacturing industries, they also deal with professional partnerships, financial services, entrepreneurs, and charities.

This company's aim is to provide outstanding service in a professional and efficient manner tailored to give the client the benefit of exceptional advice and maximum added value.

What will you be doing?

  • Lead audit fieldwork teams both in office and at client’s premises
  • Be the first port of call for queries from clients and communicate confidently throughout the audit engagement.
  • Draft fees to client
  • Manage audit planning including leading audit planning meetings
  • Check information received from clients to ensure it is complete and relevant
  • Lead finalisation of audit including preparation of accounts and tax computations
  • Lead the team to ensure deadlines are met
  • Monitor budgeted time allocated for the audit and notify the partner if the audit will go over the set timeframe
  • Act as three-way communication of audit progress and any issues with client, partner, and audit team
  • Manage and monitor workflow and progression of assignments
  • Train, mentor and supervise trainees
  • Closely support partners by reviewing audit team’s work
  • Contribute to improvement of policies and procedures

What’s in it for you?

  • A dynamic and varied workload and excellent prospects for progression
  • Competitive salary, with reviews taking place annually
  • Extensive internal and on-the-job training
  • Group Personal Pension Scheme
  • 25 days annual leave in addition to statutory bank holidays
  • Life assurance cover of four times salary
  • Eligibility for the firm’s annual bonus scheme
  • Flexible working with the option to work from home
  • Client referral and employee referral bonus
  • Ongoing Learning and Development through one-to-one mentoring and a global platform to develop soft skills as well as technical knowledge
  • Social events including Christmas parties, summer parties, inter-office sports events
  • Charity fundraising to help support the local community

If you would like to be considered for this role or would like more information, please apply direct or contact Danielle Daymond at AJ Chambers

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