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Graduate accounting jobs in London

  • Accounting opportunities call on a variety of different hard and soft skills. There is maths, economics, and law on one side, but also communication and people skills on the other. Accountancy is highly analytical, but also relies on your ability to relay these findings to clients and colleagues.

    In junior accounting jobs and jobs for accounting graduates with no experience, some responsibilities will be more introductory. Expect shadowing and mentoring to help you get to grips with the industry. Do not fear that you’ll be thrown straight into the deep end, or that you’ll be expected to perform tasks that are exceedingly stressful or difficult. There will still be challenges in less senior positions, but you’ll be given space to grow into the role. However, in providing support to senior staff, Junior Accountants end up getting involved with exciting parts of accountancy. This can include reviewing company expenditures, preparing projection reports, and even liaising with auditors. So, just because the junior accounting roles are more introductory, it does not mean you’ll be bored or left unchallenged.

    Ultimately, when you are starting out in an accounting graduate role, the expectation is for you to be finding your feet. Employers will give you the space to learn the ropes and become make the gradual step up into more demanding positions. Careers in accounting are varied and don’t necessarily look the same as each other. You will learn your strengths and weaknesses, and begin to shape a path that suits you.

  • If you’ve finished – or are about to finish – your university studies, you may be thinking about accounting graduate schemes. It’s normal to apply for these as early as your final year of university, but it’s also not too late if you wait until after graduation. There are many to pick from, and all are highly competitive. Some include:

    • Accounting and Finance Graduate Scheme
    • Chartered Accountant Graduate Scheme

    Alternatively, you can apply for graduate trainee accountant jobs and have a similar, introductory experience in accountancy. There are many accountancy roles that will not be specifically labelled as graduate schemes, but will still ease you into the industry and type of work in a likeminded way. If you’ve already got some work experience in accounting, or you’ve just completed an accounting degree, you may already know what areas you’re interested in.

    Still, it may be best to apply for broader accounting graduate schemes. This way, you don’t close any doors early on.

  • If you’ve just completed an accounting degree, you’re high in demand. But we’re sure you know this. Accountants are always highly sought after, as companies are always in need of them. To find a stream of the latest and most dynamic graduate jobs accounting, head to Give a Grad a Go’s detailed job search page.

    You can find accountancy jobs all over the internet, but this can prove very overwhelming. You may know you want to get into accountancy, but not know more beyond this point. That’s why we’re here: we don’t just collate some of the most exciting graduate opportunities in the country, we also help you navigate them

    We offer a variety of graduate positions accounting in multiple locations, and for a range of interesting companies. The best way to find graduate jobs accounting is to register with Give a Grad a Go, fill in your details, and speak to an experienced recruiter. They deal directly with companies and will be able to fit you into a role that works for you.