An opportunity has arisen for a part time bookkeeper to work within our long established, busy town centre accountancy practice.

Between 16-21 hours per week on a flexible basis.
Office based, competitive salary and work benefits.
Previous experience of bookkeeping and VAT returns as well as knowledge of accounting software such as Sage 50, Quickbooks and Xero is essential.
In addition the applicant must also be prepared to help out in other areas of the office to ensure the smooth running of the business. This may include, but not limited to, reception and administration duties. Payroll experience an advantage but not essential.
The successful applicant will be numerate, computer literate, have good organisational skills, able to communicate in a confident manner and work to strict deadlines.

Apply in writing including CV to Helen Ackroyd, Lindley Adams Limited,
28 Prescott Street, Halifax, HX1 2LG
Closing date 12th November 2021

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