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Current vacancies

London vacancies

Events Manager
Perm, Full time
Based in CAH
Salary: £37,000 
Deadline: 2 March 2018

Communities Manager
Temp (Maternity cover), Full time
Based in CAH
Salary: £40,000 
Deadline: 2 March 2018

Content Manager
Temp (12 months), Full time
Based in CAH
Salary: up to £40,000 depending on experience
Deadline: 21 February 2018

Events Executive
Temp (Maternity cover), Full time
Based in CAH
Salary: £27,500
Deadline: 21 February 2018

Marketing Manager
Perm, Full time
Based in CAH
Salary: c£40,000
Deadline: 13 February 2018

Milton Keynes vacancies

Professional Consultant
Fixed Term Contract for 12 Months
C£65k
Full Time
Closing date ongoing

Marketing Executive, Student Recruitment
Perm
C28k
Full Time
Closing date 3 Feb

Regional vacancies

QAD Audit Reviewer Perm
Salary £68,850 + 4,200 Car Allowance
North London, Beds Bucks and Herts
Closing date ongoing.

International vacancies

Business Development Executive, MEASA
Perm, Full time
Dubai
Salary: AED 240,000
Deadline: 26 February 2018

Examiner and marking opportunities

Examination Marking Opportunities for the ICAEW

ICAEW is recruiting new markers for the Advanced Level Case Study marking team

The Case Study is the four-hour final paper taken by ACA students. It aims to test candidates’ professional skills in the context of business issues, building on the knowledge and skills acquired during success at the Certificate Level and Professional Level examinations. Candidates are given 40 – 50 pages of Advance Information six weeks before the examination to ‘set the scene’ (who they are and the area they are working in). During the exam they must assess the four requirements given in the paper, taking into account approximately 15 pages of new information provided.

Case Study markers will generally:

  • Be qualified with a CCAB body or the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), with at least three years’ post qualification experience

and must:

  • Have up to date technical knowledge through experience, teaching and/or marking
  • Have at least one of (1) experience of marking examination papers, for example with another professional body, a tutorial firm, or (2) a proven interest in assessment
  • Be able to listen to, and diligently apply, training
  • Be able to mark at one session a year at least, and devote approximately 11 days (including weekends) to marking per session
  • Be able to follow a strict marking timetable
  • Have access to, and ability to use a PC/laptop, the Internet and Microsoft Office in the security of your own home. In the future markers will be expected to mark papers online
  • Not be involved with tuition of the Case Study

Two marker selection days will be held on 10 March and the 14 April 2018 in Milton Keynes.

If you are interested in becoming a Case Study marker and meet the criteria above, please email your CV and a covering note describing why you are interested to stella.leslie@icaew.com by Monday 19 February 2018. Please can you indicate which date that you have a preference for. We will invite a shortlist of candidates to both of the selection days, and will let you know if you have been shortlisted or otherwise by February 26 for the March selection day and March 19th for the April selection day.

The selection day will involve training and marking of a past script, one on the day and one at home. The examiners will then consider your work, and may invite you to join the marking team.

Previous applicants need not apply.


ICAEW is recruiting new markers for the Pathways Examination of Experience marking team.

The Pathways to Membership scheme allows fully qualified members from certain professional bodies to apply for ICAEW membership based on their experience.

New Pathways markers will also be eligible to mark Apprentice End Point examinations of experience.

Pathways markers will generally:

Be qualified with a CCAB body or the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), with at least three years’ post qualification experience and must:

  • Have up-to-date technical knowledge through experience, teaching and/or marking.
  • Be CPD compliant.  Have a minimum of 5 years recent experience of working in a professional services setting.
  • Be able to mark at least one session a year, which will include a residential marking event Friday to Sunday and possibly some home marking.
  • Be able to follow a strict marking timetable.
  • Not be involved in the training of Level 4 of Level 7 Accounting Apprentices.
  • Have access to, and ability to use a PC/laptop, the Internet and Microsoft Office in the security of your own home. In the future markers will be expected to mark papers online.

A marker selection day will be held on Saturday 17 February in Birmingham. If you meet the above criteria and are interested in becoming a Pathways marker, please email your CV and a covering note describing why you are interested to Stella Leslie by 6 February. We will invite a shortlist of candidates to the selection day, and will let you know if you have been shortlisted by 9 February.

The selection day will involve training and marking of a past script, one on the day and one at home. The examiners will then consider your work, and may invite you to join the marking team.

Professional standards committees vacancies

Committee members (professional conduct and regulatory committees)

Help us maintain high standards of practice – apply now

We are recruiting for ICAEW members to serve on our professional conduct and regulatory committees. If you have the experience to help us maintain and support high standards of practice and professional conduct and would like to serve on our of our committees, we’d be delighted to hear from you.

The closing date for applications is Friday 16 February 2018.

Disciplinary Tribunal Chairs (legally qualified) (2 posts)

Due to a recent change of policy on the constitution of Disciplinary Tribunals, we are seeking to appoint at least two legally qualified Tribunal Chairs from June 2018 for an initial term of three years. As well as chairing tribunals and ensuring that they adhere to the Disciplinary Committee regulations, the Chair will be expected to determine any legal issues which arise in the course of tribunal hearings and to draft the formal Record of Decision for agreement with the other tribunal members. 

The closing date for applications is 12 noon Friday 23 February 2018.

How do I apply?

If you believe that you have the skills and experience we are seeking for any of these vacancies, please send your CV and a covering letter to hrapplications@icaew.com

What happens if I get invited for an interview?

Prior to attending an interview you will need to complete the Application for employment form below.

Why should I join ICAEW?

Across the world we’re changing the way business is done, by challenging organisations and individuals to think and act with clarity, rigour and integrity. This position brings both opportunities and responsibilities for the people that work at ICAEW.

We employ over 700 staff, working across the world. Because of the number of roles we offer, and the fact that we encourage people to move across departments, there’s huge potential to grow and develop.

We care about our people, and take our responsibilities towards them very seriously. As well as fair terms and conditions, we also offer impressive benefits, through our online flexible benefits system, Choice.

We are committed to diversity at ICAEW. We believe the profession, and our own organisation, does best when it reflects the society we serve. From the beginning, our profession was one which was open to the most talented, regardless of background – and this continues today.