Chartered accountancy firm Mitten Clarke is creating even more jobs as it continues to buck the employment trend.
The company – which has offices in Stoke-on-Trent and Manchester – already increased its headcount by 20 per cent over the summer with the recruitment of 12 new staff.
Now the firm is creating a further eight new jobs to help meet the demand of its clients.
The current vacancies include bookkeeper, accountant and client manager roles as well as a head of personal tax position and an accounting apprentice.
Operations director James Beardmore said: “In these times of constant change and uncertainty, great business advice is proving invaluable. We work in partnership with clients, immersing ourselves in their business and this needs a passionate and dedicated team.
“It’s fantastic that our expansion is generating jobs across the career spectrum. We have opportunities from accounting apprentice to senior accountant level, with eight new positions currently available.”
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He added: “These new appointments will ensure that we continue to propel the growth trajectory of the business. It’s a fantastic opportunity to join an ambitious, hard-working, talented, diverse and motivated team.
“We’re not your typical firm of accountants. Although we’re very serious about work, we have a culture that encourages people to be themselves and to find different ways of doing things.
“We embrace a fun-loving approach, where you can carve a pumpkin or even play bingo!.”
To learn more about the current vacancies at Mitten Clarke visit the company’s website.