Apprentice Assistant Accountant - Advanced (Level 3)
We have an opportunity in our growing Letchworth office for a committed and reliable candidate to engage as an accountancy apprenticeship with TaxAssist Accountants (Letchworth). You will have access to a wide range of accountancy experience and in-house training while also completing your AAT studies. You will learn about various aspects of accounting as well as skills related to how businesses work.
Duties will include:
- Bookkeeping using computerised accounting software
- Payroll preparation
- Reconciling client accounting records
- Summarising small business accounts
- Assisting/preparation of VAT returns, annual accounts and tax returns using award winning software
- Other Practice and administrative tasks
Once the Apprentice has established themselves, we are happy to promote them in-house to accountancy positions and have successfully done this with our former apprentices who are now accountants.
Regular pay reviews will be done with progression and performance.
The Apprenticeship National Minimum Wage guide (ANMW): https://www.gov.uk/national-minimum-wage-rates
While a head for numbers is essential the role is also about delivering a service to our clients. As such you should be comfortable dealing with clients and have a desire to deliver exceptional service. This will become increasingly important as you progress in the role and your career.
- Excellent interpersonal Skills
- Customer Focused
- Outstanding written and verbal communication skills are essential
- Computer Literate & familiar with Microsoft Office skills
- Ability to work under pressure, multi-task and cope with changing priorities
- Friendly and a Team Player
- Able to multi task
A minimum 4 GCSE’s C/4 and above Including maths, English and ICT (or equivalents).
- Assistant accountant Level 3 Standard
- Functional Skills in maths and English if required
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