Trainee Scheme

Looking to start a challenging and rewarding career in accountancy at one of the region’s most engaging practices?  

By joining us as a Trainee Accountant you will be able to study for professional qualifications whilst also gaining vital hands-on, task-focussed work experience in our busy, growing, multi-disciplinary practice.

As an AAT trainee you will follow formal training through an apprenticeship framework for the AAT qualification.  We would expect applicants to be non-graduates and require you to have (or be predicted) at least 2 A-levels at grade C or above, including Maths.  If Maths is not one of your A-levels we expect at least a B grade in GCSE Maths.  Once AAT qualified you may go on to study for chartered qualifications.

As an applicant for the ACA or ACCA trainee programme we would expect you to be a graduate with a minimum 2:1 degree.

All trainees are supported throughout their professional studies.  You will be closely supervised and your work will be regularly reviewed by more senior staff.  We foster a collaborative and agile culture and can offer you a rotation across a number of our departments during your training period.  The firm will pay all tuition and Institute fees and you will also be entitled to paid time off for your studies.

If you are interested earning while you learn at Ensors Chartered Accountants please submit your CV together with a covering letter explaining which location you are interested in to hr@ensors.co.uk or by post to Kathryn Mellon, HR Manager, at our Ipswich office.

We accept applications for the AAT and ACA/ACCA 2017 trainee programme from November 2016 for a start the following August/September.

"Ensors has the perfect balance, the firm is large enough that you gain exposure to a broad range of clients but has the friendliness and community feel that you would expect from a smaller organisation." Sam - - ACA student
"I enjoy the mix of college time and office based work. I have also really enjoyed the client based work I have had the opportunity to undertake at client premises." Ryan - - ACCA student
"I get to do a large variety of work meaning I get experience in numerous areas of accountancy. I have gained experience in payroll, personal tax, business tax, VAT, audit, forensic accountancy as well as accounts preparation for a wide range of businesses, both small and large." Deborah - - ACCA student
"At Ensors you will feel more than just another number and at the same time will gain experience in more than one area of accounting." James - - AAT student

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