ACCOUNTS SENIOR ACCA / ACA GBP33,000 - GBP40,000

Recruiter
AJ Chambers
Location
United Kingdom
Salary
33000.00 GBP Annual
Posted
14 Mar 2017
Closes
21 Mar 2017
Category
Accounting
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
ACCOUNTS SENIOR | ACCA / ACA | GBP33,000 - GBP40,000 AJ Chambers are looking to recruit an ACCA qualified Accounts Senior to join a successful firm of Chartered Accountants based in NW London. They are a fast growing and ambitious firm who have a passion for accountancy and exceed expectations. The Role Shared charge of preparing accounts for a varied portfolio of clients, largely consisting of Limited Companies with a turnover up to of GBP100m This multifaceted role has a varied focus to include the delivery of accountancy and tax compliance engagements, planning and budgeting of jobs, staff mentorship, supervision and appraisal, business development and networking. Responsibilities Preparing limited company accounts Preparing corporation tax returns Preparing sole trader, partnership and rental accounts Preparing VAT returns Communicating and corresponding with clients Maintaining relationships with the firms existing clients Review and supervise clients and staff Capable of time management for yourself and staff members to meet deadlines Communicating with HMRC The Ideal Candidate will be Qualified ACCA or part qualified or equivalent At least 3 years of experience within a practice environment Good general knowledge of income tax, capital allowances and employment taxes and benefits Knowledge of capital gains tax, corporation tax and inheritance tax Knowledge of tax planning and advice, advice on VAT matters such as the VAT flat rate scheme and VAT registration and advice on national insurance matters A good knowledge of limited company accounts and the issues affecting small limited companies Knowledge of PAYE regulations Experience of accounting software such as Kashflow, IRIS, Quickbooks, SAGE (however, training can be provided if necessary) Good communicator both verbally and written