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Audit & Accounts Associate Director - Cardiff

Clark Wood
Cardiff, Cardiff County, United Kingdom
Competitive Salary
Closing date
Oct 27, 2021

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Job Role
Salary Range
United Kingdom - GBP - £
Contract Type
Full Time
Level of qualification
Newly qualified, Qualified, CIMA
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Audit & Accounts Associate Director - Cardiff
Highly Competitive Package

This is an excellent opportunity to join a growing and leading local practice based in Cardiff who are looking for an Audit & Accounts/ General Practice Associate Director.

Taking on responsibility for a significant portfolio of accounts & audit clients SMEs, OMBs from a range of industry sectors
Manage the end to end audit process, including budgets and timescales
Responsible for day-to-day staff planning, ensuring the right level of technically qualified staff are booked on to client work for the appropriate amount of time
Carry out review work on accounts and other assignments prepared by Managers and team members
Assisting the managers with providing feedback to team members as well as assistance with conducting appraisals
Manage certain corporate clients which fall outside the audit threshold, including those with more complex issues and requiring higher levels of ad-hoc work, i.e. cash flow forecasting, management accounts production
Business development activities and winning work by proactively managing existing clients and targeting new audit and non-audit clients. Involvement in formal and informal pitching procedures

The local Cardiff office is commutable from areas over South Wales; Cardiff Gate, Newport, Swansea, Bristol, Pontypridd, Port Talbot etc.

ACA/ CA/ ACCA qualified
Responsible Individual RI Status is an advantage
Up-to-date technical knowledge (UK GAAP, IFRS's, ISAs, Companies Act legislation).

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