Our AAT programme gets your career off to a great start as you study while gaining valuable experience on the job. Our AAT programme is a great opportunity for those leaving school or college or those looking to change career to get started in a career in accountancy.
Joining Moore Kingston Smith on our AAT apprenticeship training scheme means you will receive fantastic training that allows you to experience working in audit, accountancy and taxation for a variety of businesses across a wide range of sectors including technology, charity, healthcare and renewable energy.
We are an AAT accredited training firm and we are committed to giving each person that joins us first class training in a personal and friendly working environment.
Right from the start of your training contract you will be working with clients, getting to know their business and understanding their challenges. You will be encouraged to take responsibility early on in your training contract and you will be exposed to all aspects of a job.
Your experience will be varied; sometimes you will be working on projects lasting a few days, other times a few weeks. You will have the opportunity to work on company audits, charity audits and to work with our tax team. Whatever you are doing, you will always be making a direct impact on your client’s business.
As well as learning on the job, you’ll complete a comprehensive apprenticeship training programme that will equip you with the knowledge, skills and behaviours you need to excel in the role.
Who are we looking for?
We’re looking for people who are adaptable, enjoy building relationships and are passionate about developing themselves. For full details of the skills we look for please see the ‘what we look for’ page on our careers website.
In order to be eligible for this programme, you will also need:
- have 96 UCAS points from three A-levels (or equivalent)
- will be available to work from March 2023
- have permission to work in the UK by the start date of your chosen programme
- are eligible to complete the level 4 apprenticeship. You will not be eligible if you have completed a degree in an Accountancy related subject.
To avoid bias, your application will be reviewed question by question rather than as one whole application and so you need to ensure that your answers make sense on their own. For example, you will need to avoid saying ‘as stated in my previous example’.
No one should face barriers when applying to work at Moore Kingston Smith. We’re keen to make sure our application process is accessible to everyone. This includes making adjustments for people who have a disability or long-term condition.