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Are you up for a challenge?

Do you want to be paid a sign on fee?

Then keep reading…….

We offer a great opportunity for a senior Business Services Professional with Tax knowledge looking to work directly with the Practice Partners & clients.

We are leading boutique accounting firm of about 30 plus staff and Partners, situated in South Melbourne. The firm's vision is to "Build enduring relationships with our clients that transcends debits and credits". To achieve this we 'think smart, advise business & create possibilities'. Our clients are businesses and HNWI's.



At Rose Partners, we realise that our people are our biggest asset. Rose Partners recruits high calibre and forward thinking people. We reward effort and strive for excellence. At Rose Partners, we provide you with interesting work, innovative learning, and a modern and healthy working environment. We also work with you to help you reach your goals.

Our values based culture is what sets us apart. We believe strongly in looking after one another and respecting and valuing each other’s opinions.

To enquire about a career at Rose Partners, email your enquiry and/or application including your cover letter and CV to us at email@rosepartners.com.au.

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