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Audit & Accounts Manager




£60,000 to £69,000



I have an exciting opportunity for an Audit & Accounts Manager to join one of the leading top 30 accountancy practices in Central London. The firm has rapid growth plans and can offer employees a wide range of exciting benefits. You will have the opportunity to gain exposure to a unique client base, across a diverse range of industries.

This highly respected top 30 firm truly believes in an adult working environment where giving their staff autonomy is a top priority, they always ensure that each and every one of their employees receives the support and progressive path that they desire. If you are looking to join a firm where every employee is valued and heard, then this is for you.

What else is great about this firm:

  • Endless Progression for your career
  • Competitive Salary
  • Flexible working
  • Incredible Training Opportunities and Development
  • Generous pension contribution
  • Great holiday and Christmas allowance
  • Fantastic private medical and life insurance
  • Mental and physical health support
  • Regular social events and activities - including pizza, breakfast, and/or drinks on the rooftop terrace, office, or local venues
  • Cycle-to-work scheme
  • Season ticket loans
  • Workplace nursery scheme and extended maternity/paternity leave

As an Audit & Accounts Manager:

  • Collaborating with Directors and Partners to manage a mix of audit and non-audit clients, such as preparing accounts, helping with taxes, and offering advisory services.
  • Tailoring the client portfolio to fit the career goals of our managers. This might involve focusing solely on audits, solely on accounts, or a mix of both.
  • Ensuring compliance by coordinating with clients and overseeing work from planning to completion, including sharing insights and recommendations.
  • Offering guidance on technical matters related to audits, accounts, and taxes both internally and externally.
  • Mentoring junior staff and helping them advance in their careers through coaching and feedback.
  • Managing client relationships and fees, understanding their needs, and identifying opportunities for both clients and the firm.
  • Seeking new business opportunities through maintaining relationships and staying in contact with potential clients.
  • Ensuring tax efficiency and overseeing tax return filings.
  • Participating in department meetings to discuss relevant topics and forecast staffing needs.
  • Handling client due diligence forms and understanding independence requirements and professional standards.
  • ACA/ACCA Qualified
  • Previous experience working within a UK Practice
  • Eligible to work in the UK without requiring sponsorship

If you would like to be shortlisted for this role then please get in touch with Montana by emailing your CV to


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