Do you want to work for a top 50 accountancy firm and play an integral part in its growth and development? A firm that will provide excellent training to ensure you can develop professionally and grow a real career within accountancy? My client's practice is based in North Bristol. The offices are well presented and the atmosphere is undoubtedly a great mix of hard work and having fun. You will be encouraged to develop and be extremely well supported from the moment you start. What my client needs is an experienced Bookkeeper (Full time or part time) who can prepare and maintain client records, using a range of digital packages. (Mainly Quickbooks and Excel). As well as a good set of technical skills you will be personable and adept at nurturing confidential client relationships. So, you must be comfortable talking shop both on the telephone and face-to-face. My client is offering a competitive salary, great training and some real flexibility to ensure a good work/life balance Ideally you will have experience with: Double entry bookkeeping using excel spreadsheets and digital formats, including QuickBooks, KashFlow and Xero. Processing sales invoices Receipts and payments Bank Reconciliations Completing VAT returns Offering clients guidance and advice in maintaining their records Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients and colleagues Adhere to procedures relating to the production and maintenance of client records within the practice. Qualifications/Experience Qualified AAT, Level 3 or 4 (or equivalent) Strong knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles Working experience of Excel, QuickBooks and other accounting software VAT experience Experience within an accountancy practice an advantage Experience working with incomplete client records Excellent communication skills £21,000 Part time considered Pension Training and support with Continued Professional Development 28 days holiday (inc BH) Friendly office environment If you would like to be considered, don't hesitate to get in touch. Best regards, Richard.