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Azets announces recruitment drive for 36 Scottish trainees



Azets has announced plans to recruit 36 Scottish trainees from school leavers and graduate backgrounds by August.

Since 2013, the accountancy firm – and those it has acquired – have brought in nearly 200 trainees across Scotland.

Across the UK, Azets will recruit more than 200 trainees and will have nearly 1,000 students studying professional qualifications.

New recruits will be given an opportunity to work across different parts of the country and to specialise in different areas of accountancy and business advisory, from general practitioners to and tax to corporate finance, trade and restructuring.

School leavers are promised a six-year programme which includes two apprenticeship programmes leading to the student becoming qualified and potentially moving onto a chartered accountancy qualification.

An apprenticeship with Azets and its training partners provides a bespoke programme that combines qualifications, skills, and behaviours training.

Peter Gallanagh, chief executive at Scotland and the North, said: “Investing in our people is central to how we run the business, and our recent announcement that staff will be able to work from anywhere is a good example of how we are helping our staff gain the most from their careers.

“This is a great time to start a career in accountancy and we wish our new recruits every success as they develop their careers.”

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