Our people are our most valuable asset. We currently employ around 350 people across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire, and are always keen to hear from talented individuals looking to join us.
We are holding virtual trainee insight evenings in October and November.
We hold the following accreditations:
- ACCA gold approved trainer
- AAT accredited employer
- ICAEW authorised training employer
Different because you are
We pride ourselves in providing individually tailored services to our clients. Whatever your aspirations and priorities in business and life, we will be by your side with expert advice from local specialists. It is because your needs are unique, that the solutions we provide are distinct and personalised to you.
- Competitive annual leave, increased with service/grade
- Enhanced sick leave
- Bonus schemes
- Employee counselling service
- Regular staff parties
- Ongoing training
- Life Assurance at 3.5 x annual salary
We offer a range of opportunities for school and college leavers as well as university graduates to join the team here at Lovewell Blake.
Progressing your career
As well as providing fantastic opportunities for those of you who are just starting out in your career as an accountant, we are also keen to hear from you in you are looking to move onto the next stage of your career.
Life at LB
Lovewell Blake is a dynamic, supportive, sociable place to work. You will be supported in your career development, encouraged to find your niche and work with a great group of people.
Frequently asked questions
Can I apply for more than one vacancy?
If your skills/experience fit more than one vacancy, then please feel free to apply for multiple roles/locations.
Do you offer internships?
Unfortunately we are unable to offer internships or placement years, however we do offer one week work experience placements throughout the year.
Do you offer work experience placements?
We offer one week work experience placements across all offices except for Aylsham. Our placements do book up quickly, we recommend getting in touch in September if you are looking to secure a placement for the following Summer.
Do you work with local schools/colleges?
Lovewell Blake is committed to working with schools and colleges in our local community to provide students with valuable career information. If you would like to discuss how we can work with your school, please get in touch.
How long would I train for an AAT/ACCA/ACA?
If you start studying AAT with us on Level 3 then you can expect your training period to last two to three years. If you join us as a graduate and study the AACA or ACCA your training will last about three years. These time frames are flexible, if you need longer to complete the exams the training can be extended.
How old do I have to be to apply for a Trainee role?
We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the basis of age. Therefore, as long as you meet the minimum entry requirements for the positions, you are welcome to apply.
How will you protect my data?
There are currently no vacancies that suit my skill set, can I send my CV anyway?
If there aren't any vacancies on our careers page which suit what you are looking for please email your CV to the HR team along with details of the role and location(s) you would be looking for.
What is the application process for AAT/Graduate Trainee positions?
We accept trainee applications between September and mid January (exact dates is dependent on the role and will be listed on the job advert).
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to ans assessment day which is held in February. The assessment day will involve a group case study, a presentation, an in-tray exercise and your individual interview.
We make the selection decisions shortly after the assessment day to inform all candidates of the outcome of their application.
Where would I study for an AAT/ACCA/ACA?
We currently use Kaplan Financial as our training provider. You will be provided with paid time out of the office to attend Kaplan and our student training administrator will let you know the dates of your study courses soon after you join.