What we do
Our Gracechurch Street office work with businesses and individuals living and working in the UK, Switzerland and the US.
We can only realise our plans for continued, sustainable growth by building a team who are vested in our firm, its values and its clients. Our people have been the primary factor in establishing us as a leading provider of US and UK tax services and we invest heavily in their development.
What you would do
Once your initial training is completed, you will be introduced to a variety of client issues, working within a tight-knit team to prepare their tax returns and advise them on domestic and international tax matters. Our goal is to provide all of our graduates with the expertise that will help expatriates, high-profile businesses, entrepreneurs and private clients comprehend the complex issues of international taxation.
We are looking for skilled, hardworking and ambitious candidates; our people need to be focused, able to build strong relationships and networks, and consequently become part of our success story.
What we offer
Our graduate scheme combines a wide range of practical experience within both UK and US tax sectors with structured training, as well as providing successful applicants with the opportunity to obtain professional tax qualifications. Successful candidates will be supported throughout their professional studies towards the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) qualification in the UK and the Enrolled Agent (EA) qualification in the US, as well as potentially achieving Chartered Taxation Advisor (CTA) status.
We aim for all of our graduates to fulfil their career ambitions to the fullest extent possible, and there are numerous opportunities for progression within the firm.
We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits.
What we are looking for
We naturally assume that candidates who wish to enter the profession will be able to demonstrate a high level of numeracy and the intellectual calibre necessary to pass demanding professional examinations. That means you will need to have obtained grade B in GCSE Maths and English Language, at least 300 UCAS Tariff points from your top three A-level grades (excluding General Studies) if completed before 2017 or 120 UCAS points after 2017, or equivalent, and to have a 2:1 degree or better. Unfortunately, we are unable to process applications for candidates who have previously applied.
If you meet the criteria above and are keen to become a key member of our fast-growing and dynamic practice, we look forward to hearing from you.