Graduate opportunities

Moore Stephens has a graduate intake every September and January across our London, Birmingham and Reading offices with positions available in the following departments:

Business tax - you will be providing bespoke taxation services to clients and dealing with queries from compliance through to high-level advisory work. You'll prepare tax returns and computations, carry out tax planning/consultancy work, and deal with HMRC, clients and third parties. Within this department you would study the ACA.

Corporate audit - in this department you will need an analytical mind as you join a pool of trainees working with managers and partners to provide audit and accounting services to a broad range of clients. You will work with businesses in a variety of sectors from financial services to technology companies and sports clubs. Within this department you would study the ACA.

Governance risk and assurance - a department which offers a range of services designed to support boards in maintaining robust governance and assurance frameworks, and managing business and regulatory risks effectively. You would get involved in supporting a variety of businesses on their governance structures, provide information on their control environments and help embed transparency and accountability. Within this department you would study the ACA or CISI.

International institutions and donor assurance - a specialist department who carry out audits of international development aid and other publicly-funded projects all over the world, to ensure donors’ funds are properly used and soundly managed. Major clients include the United Nations and European Commission. Within this department you would study the ACA.
Whichever department you choose the Moore Stephens training opportunities will equip you with the necessary experience to start your career on the right track! In addition to a competitive salary and flexible benefits, we offer full study support towards gaining your professional qualification and internal training to maximise your personal and technical skills.