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ACCA Accounts Assistant - Hybrid

Employer
Tieva (Prodec Networks Ltd)
Location
Reading, Berkshire
Salary
Apprenticeship wage
Closing date
6 Jan 2024

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Specialism
Finance
Sector
Accounting
Role Type
Apprenticeship
Start Date
Immediate
Duration
24 months+

Are you looking to build a long-term career in Accountancy? Then look no further! Start your career today with a level 7 ACCA apprenticeship with Tieva (Prodec Networks Ltd) and Kaplan. You will be gaining valuable workplace experience including sales & purchase order management, bank reconciliations and costing of overhead.

Job description

As a Finance apprentice, duties will include:

  • Processing transactions in all main areas of Finance, to include Accounts Payable processing of payments,
  • Matching of purchase orders to invoices,
  • Costing of overheads,
  • Sales & purchase order management,
  • Fulfilment of sales orders,
  • Bank reconciliations,
  • Sales order approvals,
  • Other general Ad Hoc tasks

Training provided

Accounting and Taxation Professional Level 7 - ACCA

 

The gold standard in Accountancy Apprenticeships, this programme enables individuals to become fully qualified in a profession which is globally recognised and respected in areas of accountancy, taxation, finance and business.

 

ACCA is ideal if you’re looking to progress your career and become a chartered accountant, or work in an accountancy, audit or tax firm. ACCA consists of three levels; Applied Knowledge, Applied Skills, and Strategic Professional, and you’ll need to complete relevant work experience at some point before you can qualify.

ACCA qualification is made up of three levels:
 

  • Applied Knowledge helps you understand the role of accounting in the business environment, and develop the practical skills and techniques expected of an accountant working in business. You can complete Applied Knowledge in six to 12 months.
  • Applied Skills encourages you to develop a broad understanding of the role of accounting in business, and how to interpret financial information.
  • By studying Strategic Professional, you'll learn advanced techniques, skills, and the professional ethics required of an accountant or consultant operating at a senior level. Once you've successfully passed you can apply to be a full member of ACCA. Fully qualified ACCA members have abundant job prospects in a variety of industries and countries. In the final stage of ACCA, you'll be working as an assistant (qualified) supervisor or a financial analyst.

You will also be required to complete an End Point Assessment (EPA), which will include a case study exam and project report.

As part of the apprenticeship you will complete innovative skills and behaviours that are essential to complement the vital technical training. They are designed to support learners in developing essential competencies and embedding their learning within the context of their organisation. Delivered with motivation and engagement at heart, learners can practice these essential competencies with industry peers in a realistic environment.

Training will be provided by attending either face-to-face classroom based lessons or Live Online. An apprenticeship has to be relevant to the job you are undertaking and you must dedicate 20% of your time towards it.

Qualifications required

  • Degree grade 2:1 desirable
  • A levels grade A-C
  • GCSEs grade 9/A*-4/C including Maths and English.

Skills required

  • Good Excel skills.

Personal qualities

 

  • Enthusiastic.
  • Team player.
  • Good communication skills

Future prospects

Training & development through CIMA, Opportunity to move to Management accounting area to produce profit & loss accounts, along with Balance sheet reconciliations, audit & statutory/tax information & filing. opportunity to assist in all areas of financial analysis to meet the requirements of the business.

Benefits include:

  • 5 weeks holiday.
  • Pension scheme if over 22.
  • 1 day study leave a week.
  • Death in service.
  • Parking nearby.

 

Salary is minimum wage dependant on age £5.28 per hour in the first year (if under 18), 18-20 £7.49 per hour, 21-22 £10.18 per hour.

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