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Part Time Accountant

Accountancy Practice - Neston - Part Time Accountant - Working from Home & in the Office - 3 or 4 days
Your new Firm
You will be joining a well established and reputable firm of accountants based in the heart of Neston. This firm offer a range of services to their client base inclusive of Accounting, Tax and Payroll and following sustained growth over the last few years they are now looking to recruit an Accountant on a part time basis - 3/4 days a week.

Your new role
As a part time Accountant at this firm, you will be required to work with the firms limited companies and sole trader clients who's turnovers vary under the audit threshold. You will prepare the statutory accounts and corporation tax returns for them as well as assisting on personal tax returns during the busy period leading up to the Tax deadline. This role may occasionally see you prepare management accounts and will require you to liaise with clients on a daily basis, dealing with queries and some complex issues.

What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed in this role you must have worked within an accountancy practice previously and should be able to undertake the above mentioned tasks autonomously. Training will be provided to get you up to speed with the way this firm do things however experience in preparation of statutory accounts and personal tax is essential. Previous experience using Xero, Taxcal or IRIS will be looked upon favourably.

What you'll get in return
In return this firm are able to offer a competitive salary and benefits package which includes flexible working. You will work a 35 hour week and for the moment will be working from home until the office reopens at which point the expectation is that you would come into the office occasionally. Parking is available at the office and you will be enrolled onto the firm pension scheme. This role will be entitled to 25 day holiday + bank holidays (FTE) and the firm close down between Christmas and New Year.