As one of the largest and most successful independent accountancy firms in the North East, we are always looking to strengthen our team with the right people. Whether you are an ambitious graduate or school leaver taking your first steps into the world of accounting, or you are an experienced professional seeking a fresh challenge or opportunity, we are well placed to provide the right amount of support and guidance at any stage in your professional development.

We hope this introduction to our firm, which has been created to provide an overview of life here at UNW, will prove useful.


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…

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CURRENT VACANCIES

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…

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GRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES

UNW has 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…

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LATEST NEWS

The key announcements from Rishi Sunak’s Winter Economy Plan

In his announcement to Parliament today (24 September), the Chancellor Rishi Sunak set out details of the Winter Economy Plan,

Expansion of zero-rated VAT for charity digital advertising

HMRC recently published a brief clarifying its policy on VAT and digital advertising services purchased by charities. The brief expands

UNW strengthens Employment Tax expertise with new Senior Manager

In response to continued demand for its specialist tax services, North East accountancy and business advisory firm UNW has added

Updated Tax Rates for 2020/2021

At the Summer Economic Update on 8 July 2020, the Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced changes to Property Taxes affecting purchasers