The need for accounting talents continues to grow following the aftermath of Brexit, which has prompted companies of all sizes to prioritise the hiring of accounting experts, who can help them cope with changes in accounting compliance and regulations.
Experts forecast that a portion of financial jobs in global business hubs like London could transfer to other cities, Dublin being among the leading choices due to its workforce with a high level of international job experience. This means it is an exciting time for both accounting professionals and recruitment agencies in Dublin such as Barden to explore their career and business opportunities.
Choosing your accountancy career development partner
A good accountancy recruitment agency can help jumpstart the career of new graduates as well as help transition the careers of senior accountant executives. As such, here are four qualities of accountancy recruitment agencies Dublin professionals should look for:
Wide placement coverage
They should cover a global network of accountants and accounting firms that will readily fill local, regional and international job opportunities on a full-time, part-time, contractor-based or consultancy jobs.
Caters to all employee levels
They have a steady pool of accounting professionals that fill the different requirements of companies, from trainees, new graduates, assistants, newly chartered accountants to senior executives.
They value customer satisfaction and ensure that the right jobs and people are matched. They should use a career model in which experts give advisory support to financial professionals to help them better assess their job prospects and make the right decision.
They have a portfolio of satisfied individual and corporate clients who can vouch for the success of its placement procedures for individual professionals and in building professional teams for corporate clients.
Finding and building a strong relationship with a good accountancy recruitment agency can boost professional careers and transform you from a good old Dublin accountant into a world-class financial expert.