Making a move from practice to industry represents a significant career change for both qualified and part-qualified accountants and one that requires careful thought; both have their appeal, but the day-to-day work and career opportunities, that come with these roles are very different. Did you know that a move from practice to working for an outsourced accounting provider like Isosceles offers the benefits of working in both practice and industry and is a perfect first step out of practice?
Working for an outsourced accounting provider offers the reassurance of working in a practice
- A supportive high-performing team of qualified finance professionals.
- An opportunity for part-qualified accountants to continue with their studies and professional qualifications with CIMA and ICAEW.
- The use of professional process orientated methodologies and best practice controls.
- A commitment to developing the team’s technical skills.
- An understood and assured career path.
As well as the variety of industry exposure
- The opportunity to gain in-depth industry knowledge.
- The ability to upskill your commercial skillset.
- Commercial application of technical skills to everyday real-world problems.
- The chance to be actively involved in the business and see the impact and results of your efforts.
With the additional thrill of the chance to make a difference
- Working for Isosceles offers an opportunity to lead, or be part of a team that steers a business through the challenges of growth.
- The thrill of working for rapidly growing, entrepreneurial technology companies some of whom Isosceles will take to a successful exit.
- Make a genuine difference to the outcome for your clients.
- Opportunities to keep abreast of and work with changing accounting standards both UK, European and US GAAP.
- Supporting international business expansion.
- Exposure to a wide range of commercial and operational situations.
- An accelerated career path – the only things preventing individuals from entering as an intern and working their way up to an FD are their aspirations, ambition and skill.