News: HSC looking for a Bookkeeper

Posted on 8th July 2017

“Hilton Sharp & Clarke, the leading accountancy firm in the Mid Sussex area, are looking to recruit a bookkeeper to join their rapidly expanding team in their Haywards Heath office in Boltro Road. The team has enjoyed huge success over the last 24 months since opening the Haywards Heath office, increasing the number members of the team from 4 to over 25 with this latest hire.

 

We are looking for an experienced individual to join the growing team to assist in delivering a 21st century accountancy and advisory service to our growing client portfolio. For more information please visit https://www.hsc.uk.net/careers/ and send any CV’s or questions to careers@hsc.uk.net.”

 

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