Oury Clark is a unique and dynamic professional firm.
Being both a Legal firm and Chartered Accountants we believe strongly that you need a mix of disciplines to truly solve problems. And this means that when you work at Oury Clark you will get the broadest possible training.
The clients are complex, but the politics isn’t, and we intend it to stay that way. Above all else we are looking for people with their heads and hearts in the right place.
We believe in investing in people’s career development and support training across a wide variety of professional qualifications.
As well as formal training the nature of our pioneering dual qualified practice means that you will find yourself working with and learning from (and teaching to) a broad range of professionals.
This means that everyone who works at Oury Clark has the opportunity to expand their skills, experience and qualifications.View our current vacancies
Working at Oury Clark gives you good exposure to a variety of services and clients. You can get involved in anything from start-ups to group accounting so a wide range of jobs to work on. There’s the opportunity to have involvement across the departments due to the nature of the work and clients.
Amelia Hook – Director
It's broad in scope, outside of the core areas as lawyer you need to train in, if you have a particular interest/passion then you can pursue. It's great for people who are driven and have a clear objective of where they want to be.
Simon Walsh – Corporate and Commercial Solicitor
Oury Clark has that friendly, family feel to it which really helps make it a great place to come to work each day. It is also very forward thinking, agile and light on bureaucracy which means anyone can put forward good ideas and they can often be implemented quickly.
Mike Underwood – Chief Operating Officer
There are a lot of people who have worked at Oury Clark for a very long time (myself included) which must prove something! There is a family feel to the company and it is easy to chat to everyone at every level and also ask for help no matter what position they hold within the company.
Jo Croffey – Marketing Assistant
We encourage all Chartered Accountants to take their Chartered Tax exams and will support staff in any learning that increases their skill base and knowledge. Whether that’s languages, Tax, or another profession such as Corporate Finance, Financial Services or otherwise.
ACA – www.ICAEW.com
Generally considered to be the best UK Chartered Accounting qualification.
We believe strongly in providing hands on and wide-ranging experience.
A 3-year training program that incorporates:-
One year as a paralegal where your experience is mixed and wide ranging to give you a better idea of the areas of law you are interested in and do well in. We then train for 2 years in a more focussed manner. Responsibility is given from the start and we encourage broad commercial training.
We support the Professional Skills Courses whilst training.
Financial services, regulation & ethics/Investment principles and risk/Personal taxation/Pensions and retirement planning/Financial protection/Financial planning practice
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) offers the highest-level tax qualification in the UK. Most typical CTA students complete the modular seven exams in two to three years.
ATT is the leading professional body for those providing UK tax compliance services.
There is a two years' practical tax experience requirement for membership, and this is usually enough time to complete the examinations.
MABRP (Member of the Association of Business Recovery Professionals)
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