Apprentice Admin / Bookkeeping Beatons Accountants Ltd
Admin to start with and leading to basic bookkeeping upon progression.
Closing date: 17 Jul 2022
Apprentices are paid for their normal working hours and training that's part of their apprenticeship (usually one day per week).
Total hours per week: 35.00
Possible start date
18 Jul 2022
18 Feb 2022
Level 3 (A level)
Duties to include:
- Liaising with clients (individuals or businesses) and providing financial information and advice
- Reviewing the company's systems and analysing risk
- Performing tests to check financial information and systems
- Advising clients on tax planning (within current legislation to enable them to minimise their tax liability) and tax issues associated with activities such as business acquisitions and mergers
- Maintaining accounting records and preparing accounts and management information for small businesses (accountancy)
- Advising clients on business transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions (corporate finance)
- Counselling clients on areas of business improvement, or dealing with insolvency
- Detecting and preventing fraud (forensic accounting)
- Managing junior colleagues
Requirements and prospects
- Excellent maths, English and communications skills
- Good team player
- Prepared to focus and work hard
Comfortable in talking to clients and manage any complaints with professional approach and reporting back to us with accurate information.
- 5-9 GCSE or equivalent in maths
- 4-9 GCSE or equivalent in English
Progression to next level of apprenticeship.
About the employer
Beatons Accountants has a growing reputation as one of the UK's most effective accountancy firms for individual clients and businesses.
We strive to provide the highest quality financial and business support service: meeting the clients’ demands, at the best price and to the required time scales. To reflect and promote sustainability throughout good, managed environmental procedures and practices.
Beatons Accountants has been operating in the audit, accountancy and general financial services profession for the last twenty years. Based in the North Wales and Essex areas, Beatons concentrates on providing a personal, high quality and timely service to the local, and more recently wider, business community both nationally and internationally.
Registered as auditors in the United Kingdom by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants.
Beatons Accountants Ltd
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Working towards completing the AAT Accountancy L3 our delivery plan will include:
- Workplace Visit: Assessment - Your Assessor will visit you in the workplace to conduct observations of you carrying out your normal day to day tasks. These tasks will have been agreed with you previously and will relate to the required assessment criteria of your qualification. This can take up to 3 hours, dependent on the evidence being produced during the observation
- Workplace Visit: Review - This is a vital part of your apprenticeship and gives everyone involved an opportunity to take an in depth look at your current progress. It is also a chance for you to discuss any issues or concerns, as well as an opportunity to plan future work tasks to meet with the requirements of your qualification. It is imperative all parties are involved in this process to ensure you have the best support for success. Your review will typically take 1 hour to complete
- Remote Assessment - This will consist of either a remote assessment of your portfolio where you can expect feedback on your work and planning for progression, or a recorded discussion to gather more evidence for your portfolio – as it is remote, this type of assessment is carried out via telephone. Remote assessments are an efficient way of gathering evidence while minimising the impact of time away from your day to day work. They will be planned with your assessor and will take approximately 45 minutes
- Classroom Sessions - These sessions will be delivered by your Assessor in the classroom and will cover specialist knowledge or theory as required within your qualification. These sessions are not to be missed as they form the basis of the knowledge required to successfully complete your apprenticeship. These sessions will take place from 9am to 4pm
- Functional Skills - if you are required to attain functional skills as part of your framework your Assessor may deliver some elements during workplace visits. Exam preparation and testing will be carried out during classroom sessions at your centre. These classroom sessions will be planned with your assessor and will take 4 hours with exam time factored in
- Internal Quality Assurance - During your apprenticeship your portfolio will be checked by our dedicated Internal Quality Assurers (IQAs). They will be looking at the evidence gathered and ensuring that your Assessor is making fair and accurate assessments of your work. This internal quality assurance is carried out across all qualifications to ensure consistent, honest and fair assessments for all our apprentices
Level 3 (A level)
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