A career at UNW
UNW attracts some of the very best talent – including some of the brightest graduates as well as people who have gained their experience with other big-name firms but have chosen to work for UNW because of our reputation in the local marketplace. We have a very strong coaching culture and our highly-experienced people work alongside our graduates and apprentices with an emphasis on passing on their skills and experience.
We look to recruit those who share our strong desire to help clients, build relationships and work as part of the team: candidates who are confident, approachable and have the kind of personality that will enable them to build long term relationships with colleagues and clients alike.
We aspire to be the very best at what we do and are committed to challenging ourselves, both individually and collectively. A willingness to invest, be it our time, in our people, in services or technology is a defining characteristic of UNW. We are an Investor in People Gold – an achievement of which we are rightly very proud.
UNW in the community
We frequently raise funding for local causes and actively encourage all staff at UNW to participate in charitable events, allowing time off for them to engage with the local community through voluntary work and event support. Not only does this aid the sustainability of the local organisations themselves, but the personal development of our colleagues too.
If you are interested in exploring possible career opportunities with us, then please call +44 (0)191 243 6000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
UNW LLP is an equal opportunities employer.
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