The Auditor is responsible for assisting with the planning, fieldwork, and completion of audit assignments and working on a wide range of audit assignments.
assist with the planning, performing, and completing of audits and where appropriate undertake small audits on his/her own or with junior staff and with the minimum of supervision.
support advanced technical testing during audit assignments and work with a team to achieve successful completion of audits on a timely basis.
meet audit objectives.
contribute to the completion of client accounts preparation and prepare corporation tax computations where appropriate to support audit work.
undertake specialist assignments to expand knowledge.
ensure trainees working within the audit team receive effective on-the-job training.
develop working relationships with clients to understand their business.
keep up to date with technical matters by reading and attending relevant training courses.
where appropriate, work at clients' premises which could include overnight stays.
promptly report to their line manager any concerns which may affect the firm’s client relationship e.g. money laundering, unethical business practice, complaints etc.
respect client confidentiality.
This is a great opportunity to progress your audit experience within a wide range of industries.
ACA or ACCA part-qualified with at least one-year audit experience, or qualified by experience e.g. three years audit experience.
able to demonstrate effective client interpersonal and management skills.
able to actively manage their own workload and take responsibility for their own development.
appropriately skilled to operate in-house software programs and prepare and develop spreadsheets as necessary.
in possession of a thorough working knowledge of accounting and auditing standards, the accounting provisions of the Companies Act, and relevant taxation matters.
able to meet strict deadlines.
If you would like to discuss this role further, please contact our careers team.
As current holders of both the ICAEW Large Accountancy Firm of the Year Award and a recipient of the GOLD mark of distinction from Investors in Customers, Duncan & Toplis is a great place to apply and explore your talents.
We love to champion our team members, and we pride ourselves on being able to attract and retain top talent from across our region.
Our flexible working and benefits schemes are hugely competitive, and we reward our team members for their loyalty, hard work, and the results they achieve. Our team member perks enable you to enjoy a healthy work-life balance.
Actively involved in our local communities, we take our social responsibility seriously and encourage our team members to get involved in supporting local initiatives, whilst on a global level, we are members of Kreston Global, which means that our team members are supported by over 25,000 peer professionals, from 200+ firms around the world.
By creating a positive working environment, we position our team right at the heart of everything we do – after all that’s why our clients continually choose to work with us!
At Duncan & Toplis we offer flexible working arrangements through our flexible working guide, called ‘How we work’. You can read more about How we work here.
As part of our benefits package, we also offer mental health support, time to volunteer for charitable work, and a discretionary Christmas bonus. These are just some of the perks of working at Duncan & Toplis.