It Could Be You…

So here’s the thing.  We’re looking for a new team member.  Do you fit the following description?

  • Your have experience in an accountancy practice
  • Experience of a wide range of software, but we’re particularly interested in people who are Xero certified or have worked with Xero
  • Happy to undertake a wide range of activities, including bookkeeping, payroll and training/assisting clients with their record-keeping
  • You want to work in a friendly, growing, progressive firm that thinks timesheets are a tool of the Evil One.
  • You’ll live within travelling distance of our office in Rochester, but there’s scope for flexible and part-time working

If this sounds like it might be you, send us your CV, along with a covering email (explaining why you think you’re a good fit, and giving your salary expectations) to contact@aktax.co.uk

I look forward to hearing from you!

Andy Hyland

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Andy Hyland is the owner of AK Tax & Accountancy, the best accountants Kent has to offer. Andy and his team work with businesses across the UK using the latest cloud accounting technology to help them grow and succeed.

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