Accountant - Vale of Glamorgan
Accountant jobs come in a range of skill levels, from trainee right up to senior. That means that although there will always be a need for chartered accountants in the jobs market, it’s also a discipline that can be entered at a relatively low level, but always with excellent prospects for the most talented and hard-working.
For the most part, companies are looking for qualified accountants with AAT, ACCA, AIA, CIMA or ICAEW qualifications to step into accountancy departments and work under direct supervision. However, since there’s such a spectrum of accountancy qualification and experience, and a significant array of accountancy skills required to work in specific sectors, the details of the job advert will be crucial if an accountant is to slot into a given role with the relevant qualifications, experience and sectoral understanding.
Accountancy – the skills required
Accountants tend to know they want to take their chosen career paths from an early age. They are always people who love mathematics and who have an analytical mindset, and can apply these skills to getting to the bottom of any finance-related task that is set for them.
Accountant roles will also require a degree of business acumen – knowing the ins and outs of what makes industry tick (money) will stand an accountant in good stead, and it’s something that only ever improves with experience.
Marketing and Communications Manager
£30000.00 - £35000.00 per annum Benefits
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Product Support Advisor
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Operations Manager - Specialist Cleaning (confidential)
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
£40000.00 - £45000.00 per annum
.Operations Manager - Logistics - High Wycombe - £45,000We are a recruitment agency looking for an experienced Operations Manager to join an established logistics business based in High Wycombe.The su...
Up to £45000.00 per annum Benefits
Operations Manager, Derby, £45,000 per Annum. BenefitsDo you want the opportunity to work for a business that hold people at the core of their ethos?The business that I'm working with can offer some...
Greater Manchester, Horwich
Contracts Manager Horwich, Bolton £ Competitive Salary Benefits Role Profile This is for the role of Contracts Specialist for the Pharma Division of a global medical equipment supplier, de...
Buyer Crewe £ Competitive Salary Role ProfileOur client is a highly successful manufacturing business with a site based in Crewe. They are currently looking to appoint a Buyer for all sourcing activit...
Warehouse Operations Manager
Leighton Buzzard, Bedfordshire
Operations Manager Location: Leighton Buzzard We are looking for an experienced Operations Manager to join our client's 3PL (Third-Party Logistics) organisation based in Leighton Buzzard. The role h...
Up to £30000.00 per annum
Job Title: Sales Executive - Fulfilment/E-commerce IndustryLocation: NorthamptonSalary: £30,000 - £40,000We are seeking a Sales Executive to join our team in the fulfilment/ E-commerce industry, base...
Talent Acquisition Business Partner
Bradford, West Yorkshire
£35000 - £40000.00 per annum
Talent Acquisition Business PartnerBradford Up to £40,000 dependant on experience Our client is looking for an experienced Talent Acquisition Business Partner to join their team in Bradford. The suc...
£50000.00 - £55000.00 per annum Car allowance Benefits
HSEQ Manager, East Midlands, £50,000 - £55,000 Car Allowance Benefits Do you like a challenge? Looking for a role that you can take the lead on and make it your own?I'm working with a growing bus...
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Accountant Jobs in the Vale of Glamorgan
The Vale of Glamorgan is a region and local council area occupying Wales’s southernmost area. The area is well known for its rolling countryside, which is in start contrast to much of the rugged Welsh landscape, and the region has been used for agriculture for centuries. The county town of Barry is located towards its eastern edge, and its population of about 45,000 means that it accounts for roughly one-third of Glamorgan’s population. The town of Penarth (pop. 20,000) is a suburb of Cardiff, but is part of the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Vale of Glamorgan is quite small in area but has a dense population. Many of its towns serve as commuter towns for Cardiff, Newport and Swansea, and there is a good amount of industry in the area. This county is among the most promising in Wales when it comes to Accountant and similar jobs. As well as those within the county itself, there are plentiful opportunities in the cities to the east and west.
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