Two Accountants went to the Nation Museum of Scotland and were admiring the skeleton of the T-Rex. The first accountant turned to the other and told him that the skeleton was 2 billion years, 6 months and 3 days old.
“Incredible – how do you know such a precise date?” asked the second accountant.
“Easy,” replied the first. “I came here 6 months and 3 days ago and the Museum Assistant told me that it was 2 billion years old.”
You know that diligence, accuracy, and a bit of sense of humour are the hallmarks of a great accountant who can win the trust of their clients and colleagues.
You completed your qualifications a couple of years ago, and have cut your teeth in audit, accounts prep and some advisory work. You are ready to take the next step in your career by joining a close-knit accountancy practice where you can work across a range of services and not be siloed.
You want diversity, responsibility, and autonomy – and importantly, a mapped career progression.
Reporting into the MD, you will have responsibility for two trainees, and the support of an experienced and dedicated team.
You want to work with local and regional business across agriculture, trade, technology, construction and hospitality. You will see work through from inception to completion, and developing enduring and close relationships with your clients.
Be part of a culture which is not about box-ticking or being a cog in a large corporate wheel. Join a firm with an outstanding reputation, who put their clients and their people first.
Not actively looking but interested in discussing the details to see if this could be your next career move? Please get in touch with Kirsty McFarlane of HRC Recruitment.