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SUGARWHITE MEYER is a well known firm of Chartered Accountants and Registered Auditors in Stamford Hill.

Due to substantial growth and expansion of our existing & new client base, we require an experienced Chartered or Certified Accountant to join our highly skilled and vibrant team in our new modern office environment.

The successful applicant will have most of the following skills:

  • ICAEW or ACCA qualification
  • Minimum 3 years auditing and accounts preparation proficiency
  • Experience of charity accounts and audits very useful
  • Corporation and personal tax compliance and planning knowledge
  • Strong computing, organisational and reporting skills
  • Familiarity with IRIS or SAGE accounting software an advantage.

Find out more about us and our wide range of services at www.sugarwhitemeyer.co.uk

Please send your CV in strictest confidence to Emanuel Meyer at em@sugarwhite.co.uk

First Floor Office
94 Stamford Hill
London N16 6XS
TEL 020 8880 8910

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