ACA Part-Qualified Accountant

Job Title: ACA Part-Qualified Accountant
Contract Type: Graduate
Location: London
Reference: SayerVincent123
Contact Name: Rebecca Tayler
Contact Email:
Job Published: March 09, 2021 12:58

Job Description

Sayer Vincent is looking for ACA Part Qualified Trainee Accountants who have completed at least all their certificate exams and gained a minimum experience of twelve months.

Study the ACA with a friendly, supportive team of people

We think our trainees are the best people to be around. Join us and you’ll be part of a brilliant group of trainees working alongside qualified staff who are committed to doing the best work for our clients. We place our values at the centre of how we manage our organisation and we value you as an individual who brings a unique perspective and approach.

We work with social purpose organisations – we think they are the best kind of client

All of our clients are not-for-profits – from household name charities, campaigning organisations, and community organisations, to commercially savvy membership bodies and health and social care providers operating in a highly competitive market. This means that during your training you gain exposure to charities, companies, and other organisational structures. We aim to play a full positive role in the voluntary sector and through our work we want to support the positive impact our clients make in the world.

Become a Chartered Accountant with the internationally recognised ACA qualification

Alongside your day job undertaking audit and advisory work, you will study for your ACA qualification with the support of our training provider. Our trainees have a great success rate in completing the ACA. Whether you want to stay in practice, develop a specialism around tax, or work towards becoming an FD, the qualification and your Sayer Vincent experience open doors.

If you want to join an organisation where your efforts can have a lasting effect in a rewarding and challenging role, then visit our website to find out more.

We are committed to equal opportunities and applications from all suitably qualified or experienced people are welcome, regardless of age, disability, race, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

How to apply

Further information about these roles can be accessed here. To apply, click here to access our online portal to submit your CV and complete the application form.

Please note that the next round of recruitment for the full three-year training programme will take place in the Autumn.