Fast Track to Management - Audit Senior

£45000 - £48000 per annum
HAC175229

London

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A Top 30 accountancy firm is looking for an ambitious Audit Senior to join their rapidly expanding Audit team in Central London. This role is a Fast Track to Management role with huge scope to progress within this unique firm.

Primarily based in Central London,

You will have the opportunity to work within a diverse team and will benefit from extensive training and professional development to help you meet your professional goals.

They are looking for:

  • A self driven, resilient individual
  • The ambition to undertake new challenges and step up into higher managerial positions
  • Strong project management techniques including decision-making ability, analytical skills, time management, organisation and evaluative skills
  • Developed leadership and supervisory skills
  • A professionally qualified individual
  • A sound working knowledge of IFRS, UK GAAP

This role is paying £45,000 - £48,000 with flexible benefits.

For immediate consideration, please apply online or for more information or a confidential discussion, please contact Harry Coleman at Marks Sattin on 0207 474 9665 or email to harry.coleman@markssattin.com

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