Apply: HAT Group of Accountants
Joining a HAT firm means you will get the very best of both worlds;
early responsibility that comes from training with a small or
medium-sized firm as well as a highly reputable training package. HAT
are totally committed to your development. You will be joining a
well-recognised, three-year chartered accountancy training programme
coordinated by HAT. We look after student administration and oversee
your professional exam training for the ICAEW exams with one of the
leading accountancy tuition centres. Full paid study leave is given and
approximately 24 weeks are spent at tutors during your training
contract. As well as passing the exams, you will also attend high
quality practical courses, which are written and run by HAT. These
courses will teach you how to carry out efficient practical work.
It’s not all about courses; you will have a lot to learn in the
workplace too. We will ensure you get the right mix of practical
experience and early recognition and responsibility. You won’t spend
months on one section of the same audit. You will soon be responsible
for completing a whole range of assignments including accountancy, audit
and giving business advice to a wide variety of clients. You will
receive support every step of the way from exam tutors, colleagues, your
training partner and from the HAT team; that’s why on average, 88% of
our students pass first time.
MINIMUM ACADEMIC CRITERIA:
You will need at least 5 GCSEs (grade A-C) including a B grade in
Mathematics and English, 320 UCAS Tariff points (A,B, B) plus an
expectation of at least a 2.1 degree classification in any discipline,
with consistently strong module results throughout your degree. (The
UCAS Tariff points are achieved from your top three A-levels or
equivalent, excluding General Studies and Critical Thinking, completed
in the same academic year).
Our selection procedure is super simple. You can apply with just a CV.
If we are interested in your application, we will invite you to complete
one, short online assessment. If that goes well, it’s a zoom interview
with Anna our Graduate Recruitment Manager. Successful candidates are
then passed to our member firm for a final face-to-face interview. The
best part is that one application to HAT means that you may be
considered for up to two vacancies within the group and Anna will help
and guide you through the process, offering you practical feedback and
advice for your final interview.
VACANCIES & LOCATION:
We have up to 60 roles each year. We have two intakes, in January and
August, but we accept applications all year round. Most vacancies are in
central London, but there are also opportunities in Surrey, Kent, Essex,
Hertfordshire and Manchester. We do not operate a fixed closing date.
When all of our roles have been filled, we will stop accepting