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Trust Client Accountant 6M FTC, Accountancy - Jersey

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Type:Permanent
Hours:Full Time
Reference:43063
 

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AP Personnelhttps://www.ap-personnel.com/A well-established local accountancy practice are seeking to appoint a fully qualified Trust Client Accountant to join their expanding department based in its Jersey office for an initial period of six months. The successful candidate will be responsible for the preparation and review of trust and company accounts by any deadlines set, liaising with the preparer regarding amendments to and queries relating to the financial statements, liaising with trust administration teams on a daily basis to resolve queries, assisting with month end sales ledger reporting, preparing group reports, assisting with any specific project work and other ad hoc duties as and when required by management. You will also be required to assist third parties such as auditors, external accountants and tax advisers accordingly.Three years ACA/ACCA PQE, preferably from within a trust environment are considered essential requirements by our client.We can only accept applications from candidates who hold 5 years residential status in Jersey.For further information please contact Faron Le Prevost on 01534 753009 or e-mail your current CV and any relevant information to faron.leprevost@ap-personnel.comThe AP Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. By submitting your CV for consideration, you are consenting to its retention for the purpose of securing you work. Any information you provide to AP Group and its subsidiaries will be subject to the protection of GDPR, our policy for which can be found at https://www.apgroupglobal.com/privacy-notice/

For more information please visit https://www.ap-personnel.com/job-details/?id=trust-client-accountant-6m-ftc-accountancy-jersey-503217.


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