Rutherford Briant are currently recruiting for an Audit Senior to join a Top 20 firm in their general audit team in the London office. This is a busy and varied role that would suit a qualified ACA/ACCA (or equivalent qualification). The role: To become part of the team which provides a wide range of advisory, audit and accounting services The Audit Senior will be primarily responsible for the following tasks: Preparing financial documents, audit reports, accounts, tax returns; Identifying and communicating accounting and auditing matters to managers; Conducting assigned audit engagements successfully from beginning to end; Performing other related duties as assigned. You will be given the opportunity to manage a small portfolio of jobs which will help develop for the next stage in their development and career progression. The individual: Demonstrate a passion for delivering quality and ensures that client needs are met, benefiting both the client and the firm. Defines performance measures and continuously looks to assess, improve and achieve objectives. Sets priorities, defines activities, gives responsibilities and plans work so that results are achieved on time. Seeks self-development and provides support that enables others to develop within the firm. Works cooperatively with others, positively influences them and ensures team participation to support the firm's goals. Thinks widely and laterally to identify and consider different options before determining the best solution. Listens to, understands and communicates confidently with others in a clear, concise, polite and purposeful way. Motivates self and others to succeed for the benefit of the firm. In addition to the above the individual should be organised and commercially minded. They should display a flexible, professional approach and have the confidence and ability to establish credibility with Partners and clients. Education and experience A minimum 2.1 degree, preferably in accounting, is required. Minimum 2-4 years auditing and accounting experience. ACA, ACCA qualified or equivalent with good pass rates in the professional exams. Ability to identify, research and help to resolve complex audit issues. Ability to manage, develop, train, and mentor staff on projects and assess performance for engagement and year-end reviews Technically strong with a good knowledge of accounting and auditing standards Why Apply? Salary review annually in October Paid overtime or time off in lieu Eligibility for the firm's Profit Sharing Plan that runs from October to September each year. The scheme enables staff to share in the profits of the firm Group personal pension scheme: under the requirements of pension auto-enrolment you will be automatically enrolled into the Group Personal Pension scheme (4% employer contribution, 4% employee contribution). Group life cover of three times salary, which you may increase to four times salary under the Reward Centre flexible benefits programme. 23 days annual leave. In addition, under the flexible benefits programme, employees are entitled to buy or sell up to five days holiday a year, subject to partner approval. Interest free season ticket loan on completion of probationary period.