Accountancy Client Manager
What will the Client Manager do?
As an independent chartered accountancy firm, the Client Manager assumes a crucial role within our accounts team. In this capacity, the Client Manager becomes the primary liaison. While the Client Manager benefits from the collective support of our entire team, including our proficient tax specialists, they bear the ultimate responsibility for ensuring the prompt, professional, and high-quality resolution of their clients’ inquiries and accounting matters.
Main responsibilities –
- Managing a key portfolio of clients: leading client meetings, advising clients, rapid responses to client queries
- Nurturing and development of relationships with new and existing clients
- Opportunity to attend events / enhance your business development
- Preparation / reviewing – statutory accounts, management accounts, corporation tax, VAT and personal tax
- Dealing with all company secretarial for clients
- Setting up limited companies
- Completing directors’ only payroll
What qualifications and skills will you need to be a successful Client Manager?
- ACA/ACCA – 1 year post-qualified, newly qualified / finalist will be considered
- Accounting experience in practice rather than in industry is preferable
- Sound judgement and initiative to find solutions and make decisions under pressure
- Ability to self-manage and self-motivate
- Work well with others and be able to offer team support
- Can perform well under pressure without dropping the ball
What working at Kench & Co offers!
Our office operates between 9 am and 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday, including a one-hour lunch break. We are accommodating and recognise that individuals may have personal commitments. Therefore, we are open to adjusting work hours within certain core timeframes. After the probation period, we can discuss the possibility of hybrid work arrangements to ensure your success.
You’ll have access to free on-site parking. In the event the on-site parking becomes crowded, there is ample free on-road parking around the office.
Our annual leave policy is quite generous, providing 25 days of leave, excluding bank holidays. You also receive your birthday as an additional day off, separate from your annual allowance. Moreover, the office closes between Christmas and New Year, typically requiring you to use up to 3 days of your annual leave, with up to 3 days given without deducting from your allowance. Additionally, you’ll enjoy the benefit of 5 fully paid sick days per year.
We offer a comprehensive company pension scheme to support your financial future. However, what truly sets us apart is our work professional environment. While the Client Manager’s role may not be without its challenges, our team is incredibly friendly.
How to apply to become our new Client Manager!
Please email email@example.com with the subject line “Client Manager” and attach your CV and cover letter if possible. If you’re looking for your next rewarding career move, please feel free to reach out.