Job duration: Approx. November 2019 to June 2020.
PKF Littlejohn LLP is an independent firm of chartered accountants and business advisors based in Canary Wharf. With in-depth expertise in many fields of tax, accountancy and finance, we work for clients ranging from large, listed corporates and SMEs to individuals, their families and their businesses.
Our independent status means we offer clients a high level of partner involvement, together with the combined knowledge and experience of an established, close-knit team.
At PKF Littlejohn LLP, every individual matters. You’re more visible, more accountable and more fundamental to our success. If you’re successful you’ll enjoy challenging work in an environment, which encourages personal success. We deliberately seek to recruit individuals who have combined academic excellence with direct experience in business life.
The Not for Profit (NFP) team has an impressive pool of knowledge and experience to share and from which to learn. The team is led by partners with extensive experience in the sector; not only of auditing and advising large, high profile NFP entities but some have also seen things from the client’s side where they have run and assisted in the governance of global international charities.
NFP organisations are distinguished by the fact that they exist for a social purpose, rather than by what they do day to day. This means the NFP world encompasses everything from radical campaigning organisations to big businesses with a public benefit remit. This is an exciting time for anyone with an interest in the sector to be joining our NFP team and in return for your enthusiasm to develop and learn we can offer you the opportunity to build a rewarding career.
We carry out contract audit work for the European Commission and other International Institutions. PKF Littlejohn has a Partner permanently based in Brussels to oversee the completion of assignments on this and other European contracts, as well as to identify new business opportunities.
This role is to assist and support the conduct of audit work, primarily in the European Commission; and more specifically to assist the Partner based in Brussels in the management and co-ordination of the assignments conducted under the on-going Audit Framework contract with DG ECHO, DG DEVCO and DG Budget; as well as in any other future contracts with the EC and Beneficiaries of EU funding.
The ECHO Audit Framework contract includes within its scope the audit of grants awarded to non-governmental organisations, international organisations and public entities, in the field of humanitarian aid and civil protection. The audits are carried out in the main offices of the grant recipients in Europe and also in the countries of implementation.
The scope of the DG Budget Audit Framework contract includes the audit of grants awarded in fields as varied as environmental protection; consumer protection, research, agriculture, employment; and competitiveness and innovation among others. All audit work in respect of this contract is carried out in Europe and neighbouring countries.
The DG DEVCO contract relates to the audit of grants and service contracts in the field of development aid anywhere in the developing world. The work is conducted largely in the countries where the aid is delivered.
The firm also currently has contracts with DFID (UK), SIDA (Sweden) and the Global Fund.