I have no previous experience in working in accounts, however I had taken a course. I am looking to gain some experience through home-based accounts assistant job, before stepping out to work outside. That may make me better equipped. Do anyone know of any such jobs, with no experience required?
I dk if I want to do a bachelor's degree in accounting. I was thinking of getting the associate degree in accounting and try to get an accounting assistant job or bookkeeping job, see if I like it and then go for the bachelor in accounting? Is this a good idea?
I have a relative that came from Bangladesh 4 months ago. He worked overseas as an accounts officer and has a degree and masters in finance. He is doing AAT level 2 and level 2 in Computerised accounting through homelearningcollege. He has applied to accounting assistant jobs and others but has been getting rejections. He has reasonable gpod english he has entry level 2 in Esol and will be doing Ielts to further improve his english. Is there any further tips you can give so that he can get an accounting job?
I have B.S. in Accounting and about 6 month of accounting assistant experince. I am still working at this job and its nice job but its a temp job I am looking for more permanent. Can any one help me if i should go thru the accounting agency or look online and apply?
The temp job that I have is with an county workforce development corporation which is run by county and state grants. They have helped me build my resume. So its just the problem of how to go by getting a job.
My collegue wants to change her job title from Accounts Assistant to Accounts Administrator, to sound more important.
Does this sound right to you? I think Accounts Assistant sounds better.
Also does anyone know if there are any differences in the job rolls?
This job asks for 2 years of experience; the job description looks really easy! I've dealt with government documents and paperwork and calling people, so I applied anyway and said I had experience.--Would I be able to do the job even if i haven't exactly BEEN an accounting assistant?
I am going to a job interview (accounts assistant), I have an expensive jacket suit which is black with thin stripes but can't find the trousers I bought with them, I wonder if I can buy just a normal pair of black trousers.. what do you think?
Basically, I applied for a Accounts Junior role the other day, I have had the odd bit of experience dealing with invoices/cheques in voluntary positions, but nothing major. They called me today for an interview but not for the Junior role, they said they wanted to offer me the accounts assisitant one which they said is more intense. I said yes, then they sent me the details by email and it sounds like the interview process is quite full on with a short exercise first, then follwed by a 30-45 min interview. I personally don't feel comfortable with going for a higher role, but then again, I don't really know how much experince you need to be an accounts assistant. If anyone here works in accounts or employs assistants in this area, could you let me know what to expect, and also if I should go ahead with the interview anyway in spite of not being confident in my abilities? I know they must have thought I am capable otherwise they wouldn't have offered me the interview in the first place.
Also, I have not had any experience with sage or book-keeping, though I did say I would be doing a part time course soon.
I'm an accounting student (just finished with my third year) and i really want a part time job relating to accounting such as account payables clerk or accounting assistant. The problem is every single job posting i come across requires at least one year of relating experience and i only have three months of experience from volunteering. So my question is should i just give it a shot anyway or is it really pointless and i shouldn't waste my time sending off my resumes anymore?
Okay I am educated to a degree level (Accountancy) and have worked as a book-keeper/accounts assistant, office administrator for the past 4 years.
I have been earning £19k to £20k and it really sucks! I feel like i am getting paid less :(
so please advise if am wrong and the salary range is perfect for my skills/and background.
I have a degree in Business and IT. However I have seen a job advertised for a Accounts Assistant and would like to go in this direction. I haven't got any accounting experience whatsoever! However this job says they will train you. I need to write a personal statement but don't really know what I should include as I have no accounting experience. I know I can write about "transferrable skills" but can someone help me out with the layout? The statement is 300 words maximum.
I was offered administrative assistant job based in another state. I applied not knowing it was work from home. I did not have to pay and it does not come across as a scam. Is working from home a new legit job opportunity or are they all scams?
Actually I am an accounts assistant and want to upgrad my job and carrer. I need a true advice to select a course that I can complete along with my job.
I am a recent college graduate, with a major in accounting. I am getting ready to attend graduate school, but I would prefer to have a proper job and take night classes. Many job postings (even for accounting assistants) ask for at least 12 months experience, and I did not do an internship. I do, however, have a solid job history and excellent computer skills.
Would this be enough to get my foot in the door for a clerical or accounting job?
Currently I am a junior in college with a double major in accounting and finance, I've worked as an accounting assistant for two years at a manufacturing company and I had an internship at Boeing for two semesters. My cummulative GPA is a 3.3, but my business GPA is a 3.6. Are my chances good of getting hired at a big four in the midwest or what else should I be doing? Any responses would be greatly appreciated.
I reckon men are generally harder to get a proper accounting job like assistant/ graduate accountant role in Australia.
Is this a fact or myth?
Went to the recruiter and he told me about this job. I have an AS in accounting an i work at as an accounting assistant. I am also looking at the Navy (hopefully YN, LS, PS, ET or any submarine rating). What can you tell me about this MOS? Would the Navy be better?
I am currently working as an Accounting Assistant and am interested in a career change. I would like to work in Human Resources but I wanted to know what the qualifications were for an entry level Human Resources position. Also, does anybody know of any training classes (certificate only) that I could take to gain the basic knowledge needed to work in Human Resources?
If I work 24 hours per WEEK, each hour at the price of £6.08. What would my annual income be if you take into consideration holidays, such as bank holidays and small work breaks. I don't have actually holiday/break details because this is all hypothetical. I am trying to figure out how much I would get if I worked this job. Also if it helps you figure out what the holidays would be like the job is accounting assistant.
Thanks in advanced for any help
I will be finishing school soon with an AA in accounting and don't know what to do. All of the jobs or accounting clerks and accounting assistant require experience. I am going to work and then go back for my BA in a few months I just need to start working and get my foot in the door some where to get some experience. What to do?