Our Accounts and Outsourcing teams are looking for Apprentices or Graduates, to work in our offices in London, Kent & Sussex
Dependent on which team you join, you will study for a professional qualification:
- Audit – CFAB or ACA
- Accounts and Outsourcing – ACA or ACCA
- Tax – ATT and CTA
Alongside your studies, you will learn ‘on the job’ and get to apply your new skills in practice by working alongside colleagues, getting involved with our clients right from the beginning of your career with us.
About Kreston Reeves
We are so much more than just accountants, business and financial advisers…
Our purpose is to guide our clients, colleagues, and communities to a brighter future.
We’re committed to living by our purpose and values – ‘Understand’, ‘Look ahead’, ‘Make it personal’, ‘Be crystal clear’ and ‘Be human’. And have created a culture in which we strive for our clients, colleagues, and communities to thrive. We work as a team and have a wide range of skills, specialisms, and expertise amongst us.
We’re proud to be B Corp™ certified – we place high value on what our people care about and recognise the important role we have as a business to create long-lasting positive change, using business as a force for good. Our environmental, social and governance programme is aligned to four of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals – ‘Good health and wellbeing,’ ‘Quality education,’ ‘Reduced inequalities’ and ‘Climate action.’
Kreston Reeves is an equal opportunities employer committed to fostering a diverse, fair and inclusive culture. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply for our roles and equal consideration will be given to every application. Our people are our core asset so it’s important to us that we create an environment where they are recognised, included and valued.
Why join us?
We’re different. We have a deep commitment to living our firm’s values, where we encourage all our people to take ownership of their careers and realise their full potential at work. Our culture cares for our people’s wellbeing, whilst also celebrating achievements and success – our people are encouraged to thrive and in turn they provide the highest level of care and service to our clients.
Our benefits are wide ranging. We offer a flexible pot of cash each year from which core and voluntary benefits options are available. These include pension, death in service, income protection and a cash-plan; to gym membership, travel insurance, holiday buying, health insurance and screening, restaurant and beauty discount cards, cycle to work, and much more. We encourage all our people to enjoy a balanced lifestyle through agile and hybrid working, alongside an extensive wellbeing programme.
What educational qualifications do you need?
If you are a graduate:
- A 2:1 degree minimum in any discipline (obtained or predicted)
- Three A levels (excluding General Studies) or equivalent at A*– C
- Maths and English GSCE or equivalent 6 – 9
If you are a school leaver:
- At least 3 A levels (excluding General Studies) at grades A*– C,
- Maths and English GCSE or equivalent 6 -9
How do I apply?
If you are interested, please apply via our website and choose the team and region.
What will happen next?
Provided you meet our minimum criteria, we shall contact you to invite you to an initial brief online interview. If you are selected, you will then be asked to attend a further interview and take our numerical and verbal reasoning tests.
The final stage will an invitation for a face to face interview in the office where you applied to work to meet the manager teams.