Menzies LLP

Audit Senior - Part Qualified

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Recruiter
Menzies LLP
Location
Heathrow (Staines-Upon-Thames)
Salary
Competitive salary plus great benefits
Posted
20 May 2024
Closes
20 Jun 2024
Ref
18662
Approved employers
Approved employer
Job role
Accountant, Audit
Contract type
Permanent
Hours
Full time
Experience level
Part qualified

Description

Are you a Part Qualified Audit Senior, with an interest in the NFP and Charities sector? If you would like the opportunity to gain experience in the NFP and Charities sector, we would like to hear from you.

We are looking for a part qualified Audit Senior to join our vibrant Heathrow office NFP and Charities Audit team. You can expect excellent training, ongoing support, and excellent Career development opportunities.

Working as part of the Audit Not for Profit (NFP) and Charities team, you will be responsible for ensuring accounts are prepared under UK GAAP and Charities SORP for review by NFP managers and RI.

This position reports to Janice to find out more about her please read here

Why Join Menzies?

  • We are a UK based recognised employer of choice with office locations in London, Hertfordshire, Surrey, Hampshire, and South Wales (Cardiff).
  • Join our family of 600 employees. Be a member and not just a number!
  • We offer a dynamic and rewarding environment with exposure to a diverse range of clients and industry sectors.
  • Our package and benefits are very competitive.
  • Work life balance is part of our organisational culture,
  • We believe in developing our staff throughout their career.

Key Responsibilities

  • Planning, execution, and completion of audits reporting to managers and partners.
  • Preparation of accounts, reports and other assignments as required.
  • Co-ordinate planning with clients, including liaising with relevant departments within the firm.
  • Communicating and building relationships with clients and related third parties.
  • Leading on-site audit teams and completing jobs with minimal supervision, to deadlines and within budget.
  • Starting to become aware of business development, including promoting the firm and its services to the existing client base and prospects.
  • Development and supervision of junior trainees.

The Person

  • ACA / ACCA / Part Qualified
  • Experience in Audit and Assurance within an accountancy practice.
  • Knowledge / experience of charities reporting and auditing desirable but not essential.
  • Experience of working within a team on external audit assignments from planning to fieldwork and completion stages under International Standards on Auditing
  • Experience of preparing accounts in accordance with UK GAAP and ideally Charities SORP
  • Co-ordinate planning with clients, including liaising with relevant departments within the firm.
  • Leading on-site teams for audits and completing jobs with minimal supervision, to deadlines and within budget.
  • Development and supervision of junior trainees
  • Able to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • Strong communication skills with senior staff and clients
  • Confident user of Microsoft Office suite – Intermediate / Advanced user of Word and Excel.
  • Motivated to take responsibility of the role and maintain a high level of quality service across
  • Sound knowledge of key risks applicable to specific audits and aware of own limitations and when to ask for assistance.

Key Benefits we offer, but not limited to:

  • Competitive base salary (we do yearly market research to ensure we offer a competitive salary to our employees and joining candidates)
  • 33 days annual leave entitlement a year inc. bank holidays (31.5 days for trainees)
  • Annual buy and sell leave scheme.
  • Private Medical Cover available to all employees (trainees can opt in for a salary sacrifice)
  • Private Pension Matching Scheme: if employee contributes 2.5-5%, we match it and add another 3% on top!
  • Employee Referral Bonus up to £10,000 for a successful placement
  • Reimbursement of one professional subscription each year
  • Dress for your day policy – you decide, not us!
  • Life Assurance 4x your salary
  • Group Income Protection– 75% of salary if long term sickness exceeds 6 months.
  • Agile Working is embedded in our culture: we understand that everyone works in different ways and need flexibility within their working day.
  • Learning and Development opportunities and Study Support throughout your Menzies career
  • Career Coaching programme for Managers and above
  • Better Place to Work Initiative: proactive benchmarking of the best DEI and wellbeing programmes to offer our employees and improve our employee experience.
  • CSR Programme: each office will be involved in various charity and sporting activities to help raise funds and give back to the local community.
  • Employee Assistance Programme - our EAP is available for all Menzies employees and their families. As well as being a support line for mental health counselling, it also offers practical financial, legal and life management advice 24 /7 and is completely confidential.
  • Paid sick leave– a generous scheme to help you when you are struggling with health issues.
  • Free flu jab, eyesight test and physical health checks
  • Cycle to work scheme.
  • Enhanced Parental + Family Leave: We are a place where you can combine both a career and a family so those going on Maternity Leave can expect 100% pay for 3 months and 50% pay for the next 6 weeks, those going on Paternity Leave can expect 100% pay for 2 weeks (both subject to eligibility). We also have Adoption and Shared Parental Leave
  • Volunteering Scheme with a maximum of 2.5 days given by the Firm to match 2.5 days devoted to qualifying schemes by the employee in any 12-month period.
  • Season Ticket Loan

To find out more about our benefits please read here

About Menzies

Our focus at Menzies is providing a #BrighterThinking approach, going the extra mile to keep clients on-track to achieve their personal and business objectives. As a leading UK accountancy & advisory firm we have a passion for advising entrepreneurs and SMEs through our sector-led teams.

We apply the same principles to individuals within the firm. Our people are ambitious, self-motivated, and encouraged to develop their skill set and realise their potential.

We operate out of a network of offices across Surrey, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, Cardiff, and London, providing our clients with easy access and local knowledge.

For further information, and to apply, please visit our website via the “Apply” button below.

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