How are your investigation skills?
You don’t have to be Sherlock Holmes, but you‘ll need to be extremely adept in the auditing process and the guidelines that govern them.
Your professionalism and commitment in producing high quality work will be top of your personal characteristics list, meaning you’ll fit in really nicely with a knowledgeable and innovative department.
You’ll also need the flexibility to adapt to changing conditions in order to meet deadlines and client expectations. Building a strong rapport with your client base will be of paramount importance here.
What about the specific requirements?
As a Senior in the Audit department you will be heavily involved in the completion of audit fieldwork/planned substantive and analytical audit procedures, normally on site at client premises.
You will have the responsibility for the planning and completion of audit assignments, whilst ensuring audit files have appropriate and sufficient documentation.
You will prepare statutory financial statements from client data and highlight high level risk areas or matters of concern to the Partner/Manager whilst using a significant degree of your own judgement.
You’ll be a fully or ACA or ACCA qualified with the ability to complete jobs to the highest possible standard with the minimum of supervision.
So, what’s in it for you?
Well, a competitive salary for starters. You will get a good amount of ‘you’ time with the 25 holiday days on top of bank holidays. Agile and flexible working, life assurance and an employee benefits portal are just some of the other perks.