As the South West's largest independent accountancy firm, we employ one of the widest ranges of specialists in the business: Skills that have been recognised in a series of national awards including double triumph at the 2012 Taxation Awards.
We welcome applications from qualified and experienced public practice professionals and are always particularly keen to hear from applicants working within (or looking to return to) the tax and auditing specialisms.
The historic city of Exeter is the capital city of Devon. This characterful city is full of ancient charm and yet offers the lifestyle and amenities of a modern day city. With the beauty of the Devon countryside just a few miles from the city centre, Dartmoor National Park on the doorstep and two coastlines of unspoilt beaches, Exeter really is ideally situated at the heart of the South West.
With its rich maritime heritage and special place in history, Plymouth is a remarkable city in a stunning location. Today the lively port has a distinctly European feel with marinas, restaurants, galleries, seafront bars and historic buildings. The views out over Plymouth Sound from the Hoe highlight the impressive natural setting.
Situated in beautiful South Wiltshire, the historic Cathedral City of Salisbury is known as the “city in the countryside”. With historic streets and alleyways, charming half-timbered buildings and regular street markets, Salisbury really is a characterful city.
The county town of Taunton is a charming English market town at the heart of the epic Somerset countryside. Home to a host of interesting heritage, architecture, county cricket and horse racing, Taunton is a thriving town with a dramatic past dating back to Saxon Times.
Part of the stunning English Riviera, Torquay has two miles of coastline and a UNESCO-recognised Global Geopark on its doorstep and is replete with coves, beaches, walks and spectacular views. Torbay is recognised as a natural harbour and the title “English Riviera” originated as a result of its beaches and mild climate.
The bustling Cathedral City of Truro lies at the heart of Cornwall, within easy reach of almost all of the County. Known for its amazing beaches, natural beauty, gorgeous cliff top views, magical gardens, peaceful rivers, captivating moorlands and quaint fishing harbours, Cornwall’s position on a peninsula at the far West of Great Britain makes it all the more special.