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Accounts Senior / Client Manager

£25-40KPermanent

Newton Abbot

Ref CK6129

Are you tired of sitting in the same old offices, talking to the same clients, and not being given the responsibility you deserve? How would you like to work in a firm which takes a fresh approach, values its' staff, treats people like adults and genuinely adds value to its clients' business? And all of this whilst enjoying a very competitive salary, a market leading benefits package and flexible working practices... This could be just the firm that you have been looking for.
 
My client is looking for an experienced Accounts Senior or Client Manager to take ownership of a diverse portfolio of clients: processing, reviewing and advising upon a varied caseload to include statutory accounts preparation, personal and corporate tax compliance, bookkeeping, VAT and management accounting, company secretarial, and also the less standard aspects of the role such as incorporations, tax planning and business advisory work.
 
Current experience in a practice setting is essential to enable you to succeed in this role, and you may have backed up your experience through further AAT, ACA, ACCA, ATT or CTA studies. Most importantly, you will be an excellent communicator and really thrive upon the challenge of working as a trusted advisor with a broad cross section of clients.
 
Don't miss out on this great opportunity to join a highly progressive and sociable firm. Apply today addressed to Carly Kellow and quoting job reference CK6129.
 
Trial Balance is a market leading supplier of recruitment services to accountancy practices across the South-West and works on vacancies at all levels in a practice environment. For a confidential discussion about your career options please contact Carly Kellow, one of our dedicated practice specialists.

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