Agriculture Trainee Accountant 2020
|Job Title:||Agriculture Trainee Accountant 2020|
|Contact Name:||Jessica Gould|
|Job Published:||December 13, 2019 09:18|
Agriculture Trainee Accountant
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 are looking for a Trainee Accountant to join us in our Farming and Estates department. Training to become a qualified accountant is a rewarding and challenging career and can open up a whole host of opportunities for you. Albert Goodman is looking to train and develop people who could be our future partners and leaders. A number of our senior managers and partners started their career as a trainee with us and have stayed with us throughout their working life. We look for candidates with drive and enthusiasm who can demonstrate a strong academic track record.
Whilst our main intake is in July/August each year, we take people at most times. 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 provide and fund:
Technical training with recognised training providers
Student Registration Fees
Annual Student subscriptions
Books and materials
Exemption/examination entry fees
Paid study leave for courses and exams
- Accommodation if a stay away is required
To achieve the qualification and to consistently give the best and most up to date advice to clients, you will need to be competent at studying and passing exams. Your historic academic or professional results are used as a guide when shortlisting however we will also consider other factors such as experience, other qualifications and skills . As an indicator for the following qualifications we look for the following grades:-
AAT – 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
ACA / ACCA – Ideally a minimum of a 2:1 in your degree or equivalent, although the subject of your degree is not important. We also look for A/B grades at both GCSE and A Levels