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AAT Apprentice with Menzies LLP

Employer: Menzies LLP

Location: Surrey

Wage: £0.00 Per Week

Hours: 37.50 Per Week

Vacancy Description

Are you an aspiring future business & finance leader who is looking to build a career with a dynamic and growing professional services firm? If so, you need to apply for Menzies LLP’s AAT Apprenticeship which is now open for applications for our September 2020 intake. We have positions available across our offices in Surrey (Leatherhead, Woking and Egham).


The AAT Programme:


Our AAT Trainees form part of either Accounts OR Audit teams and will work in small client assignment teams of three or four people with direct access to business owners & directors. You will be given the opportunity to gain a strong advisory insight into how organizations work and the challenges they face, developing your commercial awareness. As you progress you will be given more responsibility, so that by your second year, for example, you will already be supervising other trainees.

Your career with Menzies doesn't just stop once you complete your AAT qualification, you can be given the opportunity to progress onto further studies, such as the 3 year ACA qualification.

We want our trainees to be our next generation of leaders! Everyone is different and we don't pigeon hole our trainees into one area of the business! So if you want to develop your career in a specific route whether that's Consultancy, Forensics, Audit, Tax, Corporate Finance, Business Valuations or Accounts then our trainee programmes can offer you multiple pathways. Ongoing training & development is provided throughout your Menzies career as we are passionate about our people and ensuring they are continuously gaining new skills and expertise.

Qualifications Required:


  • A minimum of 3 A-Levels at grade A-C or equivalent qualifications
  • At least 8 GCSEs including Maths and English at a grade 4 or above


AAT Apprentice with Menzies LLP

Station Rd, Egham TW20 9LF, UK
Apprenticeships, Intermediate Apprenticeship

Published on 5 Jun 2020