Jobs & Training[QQ] AccountancyAge.com’s new Jobs & Training site is already proving a big hit. Providing accounting and finance professionals with a one-stop solution for their career needs, the site offers job vacancies, training opportunities and career information.
Newmonday.com, an AccountancyAge.com sister site, is charged with supplying the latest finance job vacancies and you can use the search box provided to hunt for a job by skill, location or job title. The site also features access to one of the largest databases of UK training courses available.
Developed in conjunction with worldoftraining.com, the area features more than 10,000 courses in IT, tax, financial reporting, accounting standards, auditing and corporate governance.
As well as fulfilling training needs and providing job vacancies, we carry some of the year’s best surveys from the accounting profession along with top career advice articles from Accountancy Age. So whatever career challenges you want, be it a new role or career development, click on the dark blue Jobs & Training tab.
Find your place in cyberspace
An internet domain is the most important element of internet ‘visibility’ and an appropriate choice and can help users find your website.
AccountancyAge.com has introduced domain name searching to help accountants and other financial decision-makers find the best identities for their business or practice.
By using search boxes on the homepage, you can check availability and then progress to a secure site to purchase the domain name of your choice.
If a colleague would like to receive a copy of the UK’s number one independent accountancy magazine, they can register online. The animated register button appears on the left-hand side of every AccountancyAge.com web page and will direct users to an e-mail form.
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