Trainee accountant roles

We are looking for individuals seeking to become Chartered Accountants who are committed to completing training for the internationally recognised ACA qualification.

Study the ACA with a friendly, supportive team of people

We think our trainees are the best people to be around. Join us and you’ll be part of a brilliant group of trainees working alongside qualified staff who are committed to doing the best work for our clients. We place our values at the centre of how we manage our organisation and we value you as an individual who brings a unique perspective and approach.

We work with social purpose organisations – and we think they are the best kind of client

All of our clients are not-for-profits – from household name charities, campaigning organisations, and community organisations, to commercially savvy membership bodies and health and social care providers operating in a highly competitive market. This means you gain exposure to charities, companies, and other organisational structures during your training. We aim to play a full positive role in the voluntary sector and through our work we want to support the positive impact our clients make in the world.

Become a Chartered Accountant with the internationally recognised ACA qualification

Alongside your day job undertaking audit and advisory work, you study for your ACA qualification with the support of our training provider. Our trainees have a great success rate in completing the ACA and after qualifying trainees either stay with us or step out into another organisation – whether you want to go into another practice, develop a specialism around tax, or work towards becoming an FD, the qualification and your SV experience opens doors.

How to apply

If you want to join a firm where your efforts can have a lasting effect in a rewarding and challenging role, then please read our background information about the role and fill out the application form. Please submit all completed application forms to jobs@sayervincent.co.uk.

We will be reviewing applications in advance of two selection days this Autumn, with shortlisting taking place after Sunday 30 September and Sunday 11 November.

Interviews will be held in London on Friday 12 October and Tuesday 20 November.

The start date for these roles is early February 2019.