A fantastic opportunity to join this innovative and truly unique company who are not your typical Pension Auditing firm. We are looking for an experienced Audit Manager to look after a portfolio of Pension Scheme clients, based in the impressive East Midlands office you will be an integral part of the friendly Pensions Team delivering high quality, compliant accounts to clients.

You will have extensive knowledge of pensions' accounts with previous auditing experience. Ideally ACCA / ACA qualified you will have the ability to build strong relationships internally and with clients and be able to influence across all levels. We are looking for someone passionate and enthusiastic about the work they do, proactive and organised you will have proven experience of delivering to tight deadlines.

You will be rewarded with a competitive salary, generous holiday allowance and a non-contributory pension scheme. Your new employer embraces a fantastic well-being culture with a focus on work-life balance. You can enjoy onsite yoga and HIIT classes, career coaching and engagement events.

For your chance to be a part of this award-winning organisation who was listed in The Times ''Top UK companies to work for' contact me without delay.

For a confidential discussion please telephone Tasha Davidson on 0208 274 2842 / 07958 958626 or email tasha@abenefit2u.com
Posted: 17/03/2020
Location
Derbyshire
Job type
Permanent
Salary
£Dependent on experience
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