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Not-for-Profit Audit and Accounts Junior (Graduate Scheme)- April Start- London

London Audit & Assurance Posted: 20 Dec 2023 ref: 1138
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Are you a bright Graduate looking for a career in Accountancy to specialise in Not-for-Profit sector? Would you like to get a head start with some relevant 'on the job' experience while you study for your recognised qualification? Then starting your career with our Graduate programme might be for you! 

You’re graduating, what next? How about:

  • Competitive salary and benefit package,
  • Work-life as well as work-study balance,
  • Agile working policy with working from home opportunities and flexible hours,
  • Full study support to gain a globally recognised qualification with the ICAEW.
  • Linked learning approach with Kaplan or First Intuition, who are award winning training providers.
  • On the job training and practical experience.
  • Face to face contact with decision makers early on.
  • A career within a national organisation, with access to a in a global network of 30,000 people across 147 countries.
  • Working with a wide range of entrepreneurs, owner managed businesses and subsidiaries of large international groups.
  • Secondments opportunities further down your career and more!

Who are we?

Discover a world of endless opportunities at MHA, where we'll empower you to explore your passions and grow professionally from day one!

We're a dedicated team of like-minded accountancy professionals. Our clients range from some well-known charities, academies, and schools to political parties!

Our Not-for-Profit team a group of auditors who are sector specialists from Junior to Partner, which makes the unique. The main draw to working in our NfP sector is to demonstrate a real passion for working with this type of client. We are looking for someone engaging, with great personality and a passion for the sector!

We are ranked among the UK's top 15 accountancy firms, combining high levels of technical expertise with the kind of personal service often only found in smaller firms.

In 2020, we won the Best Advisory Services category of the new Business Resilience Awards, organised by Accountancy Age. Previously, we won National Firm of the Year, Tax Team of the Year and Graduate and Non-Graduate programme of the Year at the British Accountancy Awards, we internationally re-branded, and we grew substantially with a few high-profile mergers. It's an exciting time to join the firm!

As part of a multi award winning medium sized firm, you will have the opportunity to work with our wide and eclectic client base across the accounting and financial spectrum. That means really getting to grips with the inner workings of a Charity and finding ways to help them - whether that's working on taxing technicalities or devising strategies to help them fulfil their potential.

You'll have client contact from the very start, that's why your ability to build great relationships is just as important as your ability with numbers.

What will I do?

As an Audit and Accounts Junior, you’ll experience the power of collaboration as you work with diverse teams on real projects, building lasting connections with colleagues and start off by learning the fundamentals, including:

  • Working on audit and accounts preparation assignments with your team,
  • Working closely with your mentor on audit planning memorandum,
  • Analytical reviews,
  • Drafting client letters,
  • Preparing accounts and producing sets of financial statements.
  • Studying towards Professional Qualification (ACA Level 7),

We'll make sure you have the right experience, personal development, and training to make your career stimulating and rewarding. We'll carefully balance your practical experience to reinforce your professional training. Combined, these two crucial elements will help you achieve your qualification.

Along with your peers, you will be assigned mentors who will support and guide you as well as dedicated tutors who will ensure your progress and development is on track.

Our AAT and ACA Juniors come from a variety of different academic and cultural backgrounds.

Please note that our graduate schemes are available to career changers and graduates.

Entry Requirements

We do not require ACA Trainees to have a business or financial background. However, we do ask that all applicants have achieved at least 112 UCAS Points (based on the new 2017 UCAS Tariff), or equivalent, all achieved during the same exam year. This excludes General Studies. We also ask that applicants have either achieved or are working to achieve at least a 2:1 at university.

Alternatively, you may already be AAT qualified and have achieved at least 280 UCAS points (based on the UCAS Tariff prior to the new change) from 3 A-levels - or equivalent, all achieved during the same exam year. This excludes General Studies.

Thank you for choosing to apply for one of our 2024 Graduate Schemes at MHA. We are looking forward to hearing more about you!

Our advice is for you to work your way through the application process with care and attention, as the questions you answer as part of your application will allow for our assessors to determine whether they should progress you through to the next stages. This will include online testing and an assessment centre - dependent on the role you are applying for. This is your time to shine!

Give us as much detail as possible, spell check your answers and don't forget to re-read the application before you submit it at the end!

We are looking forward to reading more about your academic background, motivations of starting a career within tax and why you have applied to MHA!

Take you next career step with us

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