Trainee Accountant – Audit Work Placement 2020
Albert Goodman is a top 50 accountancy, tax and financial services Firm and a Best Companies Top 75 place to work in the South West with offices in Taunton, Bristol, Chard, Weston-Super-Mare, Weymouth and Yeovil.
We have a 12 month work placement available starting Summer 2020 which may suit those looking for an accounting placement as part of their degree programme, or those who may have already graduated. Our work placements provide a fantastic opportunity to develop commercial and accountancy skills whilst supporting future career choices.
Your placement will be in the audit team who prepare accounts and audit academies, larger companies (from £5m-80m turnover) and not for profit organisations. They are often involved with groups and more complex scenarios including advice on business structure and planning.
We offer excellent support and training that will help you develop the skills you need to succeed as a professional and to progress until you realise your full potential.
We look for talented individuals with drive and enthusiasm who can demonstrate a strong academic track record and who we can invest in to strengthen our business and help us deliver our strategic goals and vision. Many of our work placements take up permanent positions after graduating so preference will be given to those candidates who are more likely to eventually take up a permanent position with us in the South West.
You will be on target for or achieved a 2.1 degree with ideally a minimum of 5 GCSE’s (or equivalent) mostly at Grade A*-B / 9 – 5, including Maths and English and a minimum of 2 A Levels (or equivalent) grade A*- B.
How to apply
To apply please Click Here which after a short registration will allow you to let us know a few details about yourself and allow you to attach your CV.
Please note that as some of our clients are schools there may be a requirement in this position for you to have a DBS check completed. The Firm treat DBS applicants who have a criminal record fairly and will abide by the DBS Code of Practice. The Firm will not discriminate automatically because of a conviction or other information revealed (however there may be situations where employment or certain duties or roles cannot be completed) and will only ask an individual about convictions and cautions that are not protected and that the Firm are legally entitled to know about. Suitability for employment will depend on the offence and the relevance of the offence in relation to the position applied for. The factors taken into account will include the responsibilities of the position, the vulnerability of the customer / client group, the nature of the offence(s), the number and pattern of the offences (if there is more than one), how long ago the offence(s) occurred and the age of the offender when the offence(s) occurred. Once a recruitment (or other relevant) decision has been made, we do not keep DBS information for any longer than is necessary. Retention periods will normally be 12 months to allow for the consideration and resolution of any disputes or complaints. Once the retention period has elapsed, we will ensure that any DBS information is immediately destroyed by secure means. The original DBS certificate shall be the property of the individual.