DBASS Graduate Trainee Programme

Your Career is our Future

That is why we are committed to our trainees in laying the foundations for an exceptional career at DBASS Chartered Accountants.

From early on in your time with us you will be entrusted with real client assignments and responsibilities. But we don’t throw you in at the deep end — we offer fantastic training, strong support (including from our most senior people), mentoring and the kind of collaborative culture that means there’ll always be someone on hand to offer help and advice.

At DBASS, the atmosphere is friendly and everyone is approachable. We’re all invested in your career journey, especially the partners.

You will gain experience and exposure in the areas of Audit and non-audited accounts, tax compliance and planning as well as advising SME businesses.

Who are we looking for?

We’re looking for talented individuals who are friendly, confident and approachable with strong communication skills to help support and inspire our other trainees and fellow peer groups.

Your Training:

There is no escaping the hard work and dedication required to succeed in becoming a trusted Chartered Accountant. Your success reflects on us and we’ll support you as much as we can to achieve the required results.

Salary and Rewards:

We want to give you the best possible start to your accountancy career. Our salary and benefits packages are competitive in the industry, while our commitment to top-quality training is equally impressive.

How to apply:

If you are interested in applying for a training contract at DBASS Chartered Accountants please click on the link below to download our application form.

Once completed, email the application form to graduate@dbass.ie where Human Resources will review your application and will be in touch regarding next steps of the application process.

 

  • Except in exceptional circumstances, you will need at least a 2:1 honours degree in accounting or related disciplines. 

 

  • Please make sure your application has no spelling or grammar errors as these will most likely result in an automatic rejection.

 

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