Yes. If you would like to send your CV, please send it through to email@example.com and it will reach the recruitment team. If speculative, it is likely that we will not have anything suitable at that time, but we will keep it on file and be in touch if a suitable role comes up.
Each role has an email address at the bottom of the page. Please send your CV and a covering letter to this address to support your application. If for any reason this is unsuccessful, then please send it through to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating the role that you are applying for in the subject line.
Unfortunately we do not hold a sponsorship licence and would be unable to take on anybody who requires sponsorship.
We have a separate work experience area, so please apply here.
We have a separate work placement area, so please apply here.
If you are interested in becoming an ACA Trainee at HW Fisher & Company then please follow the link on our “Graduate Recruitment” page and complete an application form. This will then be assessed by our Graduate Recruitment Team and if reviewed positively you will be invited to attend an interview session. Further details will then be given.
We ask that applicants have at least a 2:1 degree and 300 UCAS points. However, this is not rigid and we will take certain circumstances into account if you do not meet these criteria.
You will be informed in advance if there is anything that you are required to bring to or prepare for an interview.
Our ACA Trainees are based in our London office within our audit department for the duration of their training contract.
We employ all of our ACA Trainees on a three year training contract.
We have two intakes, January and September, each year. Although we ask that you apply for one intake only, should something change during the recruitment process then we can consider you for a different intake instead. Start dates in these months will be confirmed on an intake-by-intake basis.
Around 90% of our trainees are offered permanent positions at the end of the three year period. There can sometimes be an opportunity to move to a department outside of our core audit offering, depending on what is available at the time.
Unfortunately this means that at that time we do not have any graduate positions available. However, this usually means that we are preparing to advertise for our next intake and therefore please continue to look at our graduate recruitment page which will have information when new applications can be submitted.
Unfortunately due to the volume of applications that we receive it is not possible for us to provide specific feedback to each candidate; however you will be notified of the outcome of your application.
If you have submitted an application but were unsuccessful before reaching the interview stage then you are welcome to reapply, as there may be additional information in your application that can assist you this time around. However, we unfortunately do not reconsider applicants who have already interviewed with us.