Are you an ACA qualified Audit Manager with experience of (or a very strong interest in) Charity and Not For Profit clients looking for your next challenge? Or are you a Charity & NFP Audit Manager, looking to upgrade firms and work for a more high profile firm with better promotion prospects to Senior Manager level? Would you like to work for one of the leading accountancy practice firms with a large and well established charity and not for profit department where you can gain exposure to both smaller charities and larger, international charities? If so this well known Top 20 international practice is looking to expand and recruit an ambitious Charity & NFP Audit Manager due to many impressive new business wins from competitors. You must be dedicated to the charity sector and be able to add value to their impressive and growing list of charity clients (including SMEs and larger international clients). Your role will be mainly audit and advisory based. You will be responsible for managing your own portfolio of clients (C£500k to £700k), actively get involved with new business development and trying to grow your portfolio, reviewing work, managing staff and assist with the overall smooth running of the Charity & NFP department. You will also carry out ad hoc assignments such as advisory projects, client fund raising events, marketing and attending charity specific functions and events. You will also be responsible for new business development and assist with bringing in new work for the firm. Your role will be varied and hugely enjoyable, with progression to Senior Manager grade offered for strong candidates.
To be considered for this new role (November 2023) you must be a qualified ACA, either a Charity & NFP Audit Manager or a general practice Audit Manager looking to specialise in this rewarding sector. You must have experience of auditing Charity and Not for Profit clients (or a strong interest) and you will currently be working for a good quality UK based practice firm, with experience of the above duties, including managing a portfolio of clients and new business development. Your role must be at least 50% audit based. You will either be looking to continue your career in the charity and not for profit sector in a larger firm or looking for a role with better long term prospects and opportunities. You must have managerial experience and it is likely you will currently be operating as an Audit Manager.
This large Top 20 practice is growing at a rapid rate, particularly their Charity and Not for Profit department. They are winning a large volume of new clients from many of their competitors and can offer you the chance to work on, and advise many interesting, large and international charities and not for profit organisations. Promotional prospects are very strong and you will be given every opportunity to progress in a short space of time. Overall this is an excellent opportunity for an Audit Manager with experience of, or a very strong interest in, Charity and Not For Profit clients, to join a very large and growing charity department of a Top 20 practice firm and carry out a high profile and rewarding new position with great future opportunities on offer.