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Jobs are Flooding in

Wednesday, 19 February 2014

All the hard work over Christmas is paying off with numerous candidates leaving their old desk and moving to their new offices this month to start exciting new roles in Employment tax, Reward, Share Schemes, Indirect tax, Insolvency and Restructuring.  The majority of these are within Top 6 accountancy firms, however Harvey Sutton have taken on some new consultancy and in house clients who are keeping us on our toes with new roles in all of our specialist areas.

We have recently taken on an exciting new role within private equity and asset management to give the team a bit of a challenge; alongside two high level partner roles in Immigration and Employment Law.

One or two new roles have popped up in the market in the VAT industry – with genuinely ‘new’ positions being created within internal finance teams. Whether or not this indicates the growing trend for keeping VAT work in-house is not yet certain as our clients are experimenting with these positions. Nevertheless, the key grades in the market are the Assistant Manager/Manager bracket, with the majority of our practice clients seeking individuals.

The market for Insolvency and Restructuring lawyers seems to have improved at the start of 2014, with an influx of roles at all levels. Law firms seem to be getting busier and with recent and upcoming mergers, we anticipate even greater movement.

The regions are keeping us motivated in the dreary month of February with the Top 6 accountancy firms looking for experienced individuals from assistant manager through to Director within Reward, Share Schemes and Employment tax.  Given that these firms provide the experience to both these sectors within their teams, it offers a great opportunity for individuals to gain a huge amount of exposure.

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