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Geoghegans is committed to fully developing its staff by assisting them to achieve their full potential and in doing so we are able to deliver the highest standards of service and advice to our clients.
We are interested in hearing from you if you would like to join us in either of the following areas:
Geoghegans is a training office fully authorised by the Institute of Chartered Accounts of Scotland and as such provides all the recommended support and work experience enabling graduates to qualify for membership of ICAS.
Being an established firm we are able to provide a combination of training, experience and responsibility for our students in all aspects of accountancy services. We recruit graduates who are committed and wish to learn in a friendly and professional environment. Our best advertisement are those students who have trained with us, many of whom now hold senior positions in large organisations both here in the UK and overseas.
Applicants should contact Paul Marshall for more information on how we can help or to apply for a Training Contract.
We also recruit students wishing to train for their Chartered Tax Advisor exams. Applicants should contact Alan Wood who can provide further information.
As a progressive and expanding firm Geoghegans are always interested to hear from qualified and talented people who wish to develop their skills and to enhance the services that we provide to our clients. For a confidential discussion about opportunities available for you at Geoghegans please contact or email Paul Marshall.
As a progressive and expanding firm Geoghegans is always interested to hear from qualified and talented people.
Being an established firm we are able to provide a combination of training, experience and responsibility for our students in all aspects of accountancy services.
04 Nov 2019
On 25 October 2019 the Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid wrote to the Treasury Select Committee.
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