JOB SUMMARY: The semi senior is responsible for assisting with the planning, fieldwork and completion of audit assignments and working in a wide range of audit assignments. The semi senior also assists with on the job development of trainees. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: To assist with the planning, performing and completing of audits and where appropriate undertake small audits on his/her own or with junior staff and with the minimum of supervision. To assist with more technical audit testing during audit assignments and to work with a team to achieve successful completion of audits on a timely basis. To meet audit objectives. To assist with the completion of client accounts preparation and prepare corporation tax computations where appropriate to support audit work. To undertake specialist assignments to expand knowledge. To assist with ensuring trainees working within the audit teams receive effective on the job training. To develop working relationships with clients to understand their business. To keep up to date with technical matters by reading and attending relevant training courses. Where appropriate, work at clients premises which could include overnight stays. To promptly report to the Audit Senior / Manager/ Partner any concerns which may affect the firm's client relationship e.g. money laundering, unethical business practice, complaints etc. To respect client confidentiality and report any issues which may affect client relationships to their Manager/ Partner. Person Specification Must be ACA or ACCA part-qualified with at least 1 year audit experience or qualified by experience e.g. 3 years audit experience. Must be able to demonstrate effective client inter-personal and management skills. Must be able to actively manage own workloads and take responsibility for own development. Must possess IT skills to operate in-house programmes and prepare and develop spreadsheets as necessary. Must be fully conversant with audit programmes. Must possess a thorough working knowledge of accounting and auditing standards, the accounting provisions of the Companies Act, and relevant taxation matters. Must be able to meet strict deadlines.