Audit Supervisor

Job title: Audit Supervisor
Job type: Full-time, permanent
Location: Redhill (hybrid working arrangements)
Salary expectations: Competitive + BENEFITS PACKAGE

Our client is a leading UK firm of auditors, accountants, and business advisers, now seeking a General Practice Manager to join their Redhill office, on a full-time permanent basis.

Their Redhill office looks after a wide range of clients, with many of their clients in Technology, Real Estate, and non-profit sectors. They are a 4-partner office with audit and accounts team of 16 staff.

Working with Senior Managers and Directors on a portfolio of clients in our Corporate Client Services team. This team is the fastest growing in the firm and is a key strategic priority for the firm. The group works with the firm's largest and/or most complex audit clients. Typically these are either larger multinational private groups, AIM listed groups or small Public Interest Entities (PIE).

The roles are 90%+ audit and can be further specialised by client sector or type to suit individual candidates. The role will have exposure to partners as well as directors and senior managers in the team.

This role includes:
*Involvement in planning, supervising, and carrying out full end-to-end audits
*Responsibility for achieving agreed budgets and meeting deadlines
*Setting objectives for more junior staff and supervise on site, reviewing their work and coaching on the job where necessary

*Responsible for auditing large companies including planning, execution and completion.
*Delivery of a complete audit file for manager review.
*Supervision of the audit team on-site, which includes reviewing the work of juniors and assisting junior team members with technical accounting and audit questions.
*Delivery of work carried out under the primary accounting frameworks (UK GAAP, FRS 101, FRS 102 and IFRS).
*Responsibility for identifying and delivering complex areas of audits, with the assistance of the senior manager/director.
*Drafting recommendations to management for improvements to internal controls following audit fieldwork completion.
*Drafting of audit close meeting agenda and points for discussion.
*Close liaison with clients and other stakeholders, often with direct contact at partner and director levels.
*Motivation and encouragement of team.
*Promoting the interests of the firm with all employed by the firm, clients, prospective clients and other third parties.
*Generally, to provide a personal, professional, speedy, and efficient service to the firm's clients.
*Assisting with internal training courses.
*Any other special work as required e.g. company valuations, HMRC investigations & proposal pitches.
*Working alongside current office management to assist and supervise junior team members in their wider career development.


*Qualified to ACA/ACCA or internationally recognised chartered accounting qualification
*Experience leading audit teams including group audits
*Experience of substantive and controls based audit testing
*Trained in a top 20 firm
*Technically competent, including solid experience and understanding of UK GAAP and auditing standards
*Practical IFRS experience is desirable but not essential
*High level of personal motivation and initiative
*Excellent communicator - able to get on with clients and motivate teams
*Strong organisational skills - ability to multi-task and prioritise work
*Personable and confident - clients and team members able to relate with you
*Ability to meet deadlines
In return, our client will provide a competitive salary and benefits package and an environment that reflects their company values and enables high performance and innovation.
For the chance to join this respected leader in its chosen markets, we would love to hear from you.

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