Joining MHA Moore & Smalley as a Graduate Trainee provides you with an excellent platform to develop a successful career in Accountancy, Audit or Tax. We have an enviable reputation for training, nurturing and developing our students and offering unrivalled career development opportunities. Several of our existing Partners also joined us via this route at the beginning of their careers and now play a key role in ensuring MHA Moore & Smalley remain the advisor of choice to our broad portfolio of clients.
You will have the opportunity to work across multiple industries so that no two days are ever the same and along the way we'll provide you with the dedicated support and mentoring you'll need to work your way through your qualification.
The firm will sponsor you to undertake a 3-year training contract studying the ACA / ACCA /CTA qualification. This fully funded package will include on-the-job training, exam tuition and practical skills courses, with the support of a qualified student counsellor.
You will have the opportunity to work in a challenging and stimulating environment where early responsibility is actively encouraged and rewarded.
Supporting our Corporate and Business Services team to deliver a high quality service to a range of clients, you will be undertaking audit and accounting assignments and learning how to prepare draft tax computations. You will get the chance to work alongside business owners, helping design solutions which will make a positive difference to their business performance. The work is varied and fast paced. If you are a people person and enjoy helping others succeed, you will derive great job satisfaction from a career at MHA Moore and Smalley.
Experience, Skills and Qualifications required
To be considered for this position, applicants will need to have:
- A 2:1 degree, or higher, in any discipline but ideally in an accountancy, finance, or business-related subject excellent communication skills a genuine interest in business and finance
- Full UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle (or at least have evidence this is in process at time of application)
Successful candidates will commence their role in August 2024.