Forensic Accountant
graduate job
Expires9 days

Forensic Accountant

Job description

You will be involved in the interpreting of financial data presented in differing formats in order to form conclusions as to the performance of businesses operating in any number of different industries. This will involve in-depth analysis of different types of historical data such as production or sales in order to calculate projections as to how this output would vary in the future incorporating any number of various external factors such as weather, competitors etc. You will share your expertise and experience with colleagues and delegate work in a clear, concise and confident manner to subordinates of various ages and experience levels. Communication of results and explanations to superiors and clients in both small and large meetings will also be required.

What we are looking for

The ideal candidate will thrive in a small office environment and be given the opportunity to make an impact at an early stage in their career. They should feel comfortable conducting reviews and investigations within both small and large organisations, have keen analytical skills and need to be of an outgoing nature with long term career aspirations. Business travel will also be required, occasionally at short notice.

Qualifications

Achievement of at least a 2:1 in business management, economics or accounting based degree is a prerequisite and European language skills will be viewed as advantageous. Competency with Microsoft Excel and Word is also essential.

Accepted degree subjects

  • economics
  • mathematics
  • business and management studies
  • accounting and finance

How to apply

Click Apply to start your application now. This job will be available on Prospects until 31/05/2018

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Closing date: 31/05/2018

Additional job details

Number of vacanciesUp to two
LocationLondon
Salary

£29,501-£32,000

ContractPermanent
Working hoursFull-time

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