Trainee Hospitality Accountant/Bookkeeper

Posted 9 March by Accountancy Divisions
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Are you eager to learn new skills in Accounting in the New Year?

My client has an amazing opportunity for a motivated candidate to use their bookkeeping, data analysis and accounting skills and to learn about the exciting field of hospitality accounting.

With the ever-expanding service economy especially in proximity to London, this is a great way for an ambitious candidate to get in on the ground floor of this growing sector to ensure a bright future.

Further details:

  • This is a new role created to handle the volume of work generated by this top company’s expanding client base
  • You will be detail-orientated and customer-focused

Main duties:

  • Correctly allocating tips and service charges to employees
  • Reviewing and analysing client data, ensuring it is correctly entered into the proprietary system
  • Client contact via email and telephone
  • Updating databases and records with new client information
  • Working closely with payroll providers and supporting other team members on an ad hoc basis

About the Company:

  • They have 2 offices, in London and Hertfordshire
  • Established over 40 years ago and rapidly expanding
  • Partner-led client service
  • Full range of services including advisory, tax, audit, accounting and corporate finance
  • Client sectors include property, recruitment, technology, manufacturing, private clients, charities, not for profit and pensions

Competitive benefits package for a motivated Trainee Hospitality Accountant/Bookkeeper

Because our client believes in investing in the best people, they offer great benefits to attract them. They offer paid sick leave, 25 days holiday plus UK bank holidays, generous pension, health cover, gym membership, firm-wide bonus and study support.

Trainee Hospitality Accountant/Bookkeeper

£21,000-£27,000 plus great benefits

Hemel Hempstead

Reference: 39797126

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