We are looking for a driven and professional Business Services Senior Accountant to join our friendly team.
We are seeking a full time Business Development Manager to join our Ashfords Digital team.
We are currently seeking an Auditor with a minimum of 3 years' relevant experience to join our busy and expanding professional services firm.
We are looking for an experienced Bookkeeper/Assistant Accountant to join our growing team. Someone who is willing to help our business navigate this exciting time.
Do you have 2+ years of relevant experience, strong interpersonal and communication skills, and the willingness to continue to develop your accounting skills to make this role a success?
Then you could be the driven and professional Business Services Accountant to join our friendly team. Read more to apply today.
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"Earlier this year, I left Ashfords to go to my 'dream firm'. After walking through the door, it was quite different, and my experience showed me that there isn't a price you can put on a workplace that sees your value. To that end, I decided to come 'home' to Ashfords for three key reasons:
1. Opportunity: Ashfords is a large firm that is still growing. So there will always be room for personal growth and someone encouraging me to take on the next challenge.
2. Flexibility: Although COVID-19 has forced many of us to adapt to working from home more regularly, flexibility is also being able to be home when the plumber drops around or start early so you can hit the gym later. For me, the travel involved with working at a city firm didn't provide that flexibility.
3. Family: The friends and relationships I have at Ashfords are invaluable. Employees care about one another and are cheering each other on. When you spend 40 hours a week with people, it's important to feel like they are raising you up and not pulling you down."