We are looking to build our Uckfield Team due to demand. We'd love to hear from you if you are looking for an opportunity listed below.
We would welcome applications for :
Personal Tax Manager
Personal Tax Trainee
Swindells Chartered Accountants & Tax Advisors is based in Uckfield & Seaford in East Sussex. Our three teams are specifically trained to look after the needs of our clients.
Swindells Private: Our accounting and tax team that takes care of our individual clients across Sussex & the South East. We take the time to understand our clients professionally and personally and are on hand for anything they might need.
Swindells Business: Our accounting & tax team that takes care of businesses. We work with businesses at every stage; from large multi-nationals to family run businesses to start ups across Sussex & the South East
Swindells Charity: Our team that takes care of not-for-profit organisations in East Sussex & the South East. We are experts in the sector and work with great organisations across the country. We pride ourselves on our responsive and attentive service. Our clients range from large international businesses to Start Ups and Private Individuals. They are all part of the Swindells’ family.
Please send applications to our Managing Partner, Melanie Richardson or if you have any queries or questions do get in touch.
We look forward to hearing from you!
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