BHP Chartered Accountants Calculate a Career for 24 New Starters

27th January 2017

BHP Chartered Accountants has recruited more graduates, trainees and school leavers than ever before.

The 24 new starters, comprising of 12 apprentices, eight graduates and four placement students, will work across a variety of disciplines in the firm's five offices in Sheffield, Leeds, Cleckheaton, Chesterfield and York. The firm, which is Yorkshire's largest independent firm of Chartered Accountants, is already looking to appoint a similar number of new recruits for the 2017 intake, with applications now being taken. Trainee opportunities have been provided across a number of specialist departments within BHP, including Audit and Accounts, Tax, and Corporate Finance and the trainees will be covering a wide variety of specialist sectors. These latest appointments bring the firm's total employee figures to over 310. Lisa Leighton, Partner at BHP says: -We have always been extremely committed to finding, hiring and training the next generation of talented accountants, and this intake will form an integral part of the firm's future success as we continue to expand our business. -We are confident that these new recruits will further enhance the level of service that our clients have come to enjoy.

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