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Jobs in Maidstone at MHA MacIntyre Hudson

“Our Canterbury and Maidstone Partners and team are experts in their field, with varied and specialist skill sets that cover a multitude of disciplines including advisory, audit and assurance, outsourcing and tax services. We take a sector-based approach with a focus on Education, Not for Profit, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Construction”.

Alyson Howard, Partner

Accounting job opportunities in Maidstone

Many of these sectors are fast-growing and we regularly have job opportunities in our Maidstone office in the positions of:

  • Tax accountant
  • Business advisors
  • Internal auditor
  • External auditor
  • Trainee accountant

Jobs in Advisory

Our Advisory team are experts in Corporate Finance, Restructure and Recovery, Human Capital Advisory and Wealth Management.  We also have a large team offering services in Audit and Assurance. Our auditors regularly meet new and interesting people and are immersed within corporations to strengthen their in-depth understanding.

Jobs in Tax Accounting

Our Tax team focus on several specialist areas such as Corporate Tax, Employment Tax, Global Mobility, International Business Tax and Private Client Tax. Our Tax accountants are respected for their innovative thinking and exceptional personal service. We are ranked among the UK’s top 20 accountancy firms and pride ourselves on our ability to offer tomorrow’s solutions today.

Graduate Accounting Positions in Maidstone

MHA MacIntyre Hudson believe in continuous development and we offer numerous opportunities for graduates and school-leavers to begin their career in audit, tax and advisory services. These range from apprenticeships to graduate accountancy programmes. Our trainee accountants are fully supported in their chosen career path and are encouraged to progress professionally and personally.

Key contact

Partner
Alyson Howard
+44 (0)3330 100 220
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Life at the Maidstone office

 

Our two Kent offices work very closely together with flexibility across both our Maidstone and Canterbury offices to meet the needs of the clients and to support colleagues. Our staff members are friendly, supportive and always willing to help each other. They work as a team and have an active social life, organising regular get-togethers and outings.

Our offices vary in design, but both reflect MHA MacIntyre Hudson’s historic roots and clear focus on the future. Maidstone is a modern, open plan office in the centre of a lively town. The layout of the office means that the teams naturally collaborate effectively, and it is easy to approach anyone with questions. Our office in Canterbury is a recently refurbished, stately looking townhouse within walking distance of the city centre. Lunchtimes can be spent exploring Canterbury’s many winding paths and charming cafes.

With specialists across sectors such as Education, Not for Profit, Healthcare, Manufacturing and Construction, as well as services such as Private Tax, Indirect Tax and Human Capital Advisory, we offer our private and corporate clients the highest level of expertise and service. Due to Kent’s easy transport links to Paris and as a key UK gateway to trading in Europe, many of our clients have international interests and we look forward to continuing our global focus.

We have grown significantly over the last five years and now number nearly 100 people across both offices, ranging from secretaries and support staff to trainees, managers and Partners. We have ambitions to expand further and are always keen to hear from individuals who have the drive to help us reach our goals and contribute to our continued success.

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Meet the team

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Mark Minus

Partner

Mark has over 30 years experience in the profession providing compliance and business support advice to a diverse portfolio of clients consisting of owner managed businesses ranging from start ups to medium sized groups.  He also acts for a number of charities. 

He has a deep understanding of his clients' affairs and delivers a quality service, ensuring that his clients understand the figures or advice they are presented with. 

His portfolio has a broad sector coverage and Mark is also a member of the firm’s Professional Practices Sector Group having extensive experience in SAR Audits and Regulation for Solicitor clients. 

He is also a member of the firm’s Transport and Logistics Sector Group acting for a range of haulage companies in Kent. 

Outside of work Mark enjoys spending time with his wife and four sons together with a keen interest in carpentry, architecture and design.  He is also a member of the Folkestone Rugby Club.

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Alyson Howard

Partner

Alyson is a specialist Education and Not for Profit Audit partner. She joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2018 as part of the firm’s sector growth strategy. She advised the first converter academy in Kent and has gone on to advise the first academy PRU, special schools and those with PFI contracts assisting in the negotiation of revised funding streams to cater for special business cases.

She was previously head of the academies team at Williams Giles, where she started the academies practice when the first schools began to convert following the 2010 legislation. Prior to specialising in education, Alyson has enjoyed a career spanning Corporate Finance, Not for Profit audit, and Corporate Recovery. Alyson works with a number of academy training providers to deliver lectures on academy finance and management, and is also regularly asked to chair academy conferences and write articles for the sector.

Alyson was Chair of the Institute of Directors (IoD) in Kent between 2003 and 2007 and has held a number of roles at national level in the organisation. She has served several terms on the ruling Council, and Chaired the Membership Committee and acted as Deputy Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee between 2010 and 2017. She has a particular interest in governance in the Not for Profit sector and is currently serving on a policy sub committee of the IoD in this area.

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Glen Thomas

Partner

Glen is an experienced tax professional and has been providing his clients with a broad range of advisory services for 20 years. He has advised on clients of all sizes from owner managed businesses to international groups. His expertise centres on corporation tax and all matters that affect entrepreneurial owner managed businesses.  He also advises on issues concerning tax aspects of mergers and acquisitions.

Glen also advises non domiciled individuals with regard to their UK tax affairs and regularly provides advice to non UK resident trusts concerning the UK tax implications of providing benefits to UK resident beneficiaries as well as holding UK assets.  Much of this work has involved planning to remove residential property from corporate structures after the introduction of the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED).

His sector specialisms include property, manufacturing and technology, and retail.  He is of the view that most companies are missing the opportunity to claim the enhanced tax reliefs available for Research and Development activities without even knowing it.

Outside of work Glen enjoys spending time with his 2 boys who are beginning to share his enjoyment of sport.

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Adrian Dante

Director

Adrian was previously with a top 10 firm of accountants for a number of years. He qualified as an insolvency practitioner in 2005 and became a licence holder to take appointments in September 2008.

His main area of experience has been in pre-insolvency advice to directors and stakeholders via solicitors and accountants. In recent years he has been involved in asset tracing and civil recovery assignments on behalf of HMRC.

Adrian is located at both our Maidstone and Canterbury office.

Adrian Dante is licensed to act as an insolvency practitioner in the UK by theInstitute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW)

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