Our recruitment policy is tailored to meet future recruitment needs and ambition, and our retention of staff can be measured by the longevity of our partners. We must be doing something right!
With three offices, 8 partners and approximately 60 staff, Wenn Townsend acts for a wide range of businesses and individuals, encompassing concerns of the self-employed and small families, as well as large, private sector companies.
This range provides our employees with a full scope of all areas of experience in auditing, accounting and taxation work. This proves to be necessary for qualification, and that is why Wenn Townsend is so sought after as a training firm.
- Careers for students
- Current vacancies
From preparing a set of accounts for a sole trader one week, you could be a member of a team auditing the accounts of a large group of companies the next, before heading off to lead an independent examination of a charity.
You will learn to prepare accounts, plan and carry out audits and calculate tax for individuals, charities and companies, all under the supervision of a team of experienced managers and partners.
You will be able to work closely with senior members of staff throughout your training contract and will receive regular appraisals to aid your development. Successful applicants will receive a competitive initial salary, together with a fully funded study package throughout the training contract. Our students attend all their courses at either BPP Professional Education in Reading, Reed Business School in Moreton-in-Marsh or via distance learning.
We offer training to both graduates and school leavers for the following qualifications:
• Chartered Accountants (ACA)
• Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA)
• Chartered Institute of Taxation (ATII)
• Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT)
All students are assigned to our main office at 30 St. Giles, which is central to Oxford city centre. We are looking for trainees with strong links to Oxford who feel they can make a major contribution to our firm. We welcome applications from any individual that meets our selection criteria. Applicants should have a minimum of 120 UCAS points and, for graduate positions, a 2.2 degree or higher.
If you would like to obtain relevant qualifications and wish to apply for a training contract, please email your CV and a covering letter to the Training Partner, Lee Baker at email@example.com
If you are interested in a career with us, please contact:
Tel. 01865 559900 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel. 01285 659778 or email email@example.com
Tel. 01235 548700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Payroll administrator, Oxford
Flexible working hours from 21 up to 36
Responsibilities to include:-
Prepare clients’ weekly, fortnightly, monthly, quarterly and annual payroll calculations and PAYE submissions in a timely and accurate manner
Liaise with HMRC regarding PAYE account queries
Communicate with clients regarding their payroll and other employment related issues
Work within a team of four to support one another and seek the support of director for complex issues
Conform to RTI regulations in terms of online submittal of FPS and EPS in conjunction with clients
Involvement with Auto-enrolment including pension administration
Electronic filing of payrolls using Pegasus Opera / Xero payroll
Assist in the processing of BACS payments
To apply for this role, please email your CV and covering letter to our director of client services, Andrew Kilby – email@example.com