Qualified Accountant in Bristol

Ten Percent Financial Recruitment

Reference: VAC-10413

A firm of Chartered Accountants with offices in Bristol and Bath are looking for a part-time (possibly full-time for the right candidate) Accountant to work in business services with the opportunity to be involved in the latest digital/online software. The ideal candidate will be either AAT or ACCA qualified.

You should have a general practice background with experience of accounts preparation, tax , payroll, VAT, and a background in online bookkeeping software (Xero/QBO). You will also need to be well-organised and a good communicator.

The firm offer a wide range of experience, a high level of training, friendly working environment and flexible working hours at the office/home. You will need to be office-based for at least 2 days per week and so should be within commuting distance of Bristol.

This is a part-time role of 3-4 days per week but could potentially be full time for the right candidate. Salary is dependent on qualifications and experience but likely to be in the 24-30k range.

When applying please specify:

” Current salary and notice period.
” Reasons for leaving your present role (if working).
” Ensure you have identified any practice roles you have had to date (as opposed to industry roles).
” Detail your qualifications – e.g. if you are ACCA qualified, how many years of post-qualification experience do you have?
” Your home address and postcode (postcode at the very least). If you are not near to the role are you planning to relocate?
” What you are looking for in a new position yourself – i.e. why you are looking at this role – what is it that has caught your eye (e.g. location, opportunity, higher salary etc.)
” Full details of accounting software used to date.

Salary Range Minimum: 24000
Salary Range Maximum: 30000
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Emma Ireland

Emma Ireland is a failed novelist and accidental poet who writes mostly about politics and social issues. She's either a bloody commie or a bourgeois sell-out depending on whether you listen to her Dad or those who strongly disapprove of Waitrose trifles. After studying law at university she chucked it all in to move to Italy and teach Italian business people how to do their jobs in English. After ten years of wine and sunshine, she returned to the UK and is now a recruitment consultant and freelance writer. At least until that unfinished novel makes her a millionaire.