Grant Thornton announces 50 new jobs

  • Business advisory firm Grant Thornton has created 50 new jobs as part of a major recruitment drive at its Belfast office.

    The firm has announced that it intends to fill positions across its Audit, Tax, Restructuring, Economic Advisory, Corporate Finance and Operations teams as part of it’s post-pandemic strategy for exponential growth.

    Speaking about the new roles, Grant Thornton Northern Ireland Managing Partner Richard Gillan said: “By continuing to attract, invest in and retain the most talented people in the market, we will ensure that our reputation for providing exceptional service and going beyond in order to deliver genuine added value will only be further enhanced.”  

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    With revenues having increased more than fivefold in seven years, Grant Thornton’s client roster, which already contains many of Northern Ireland’s largest corporates, continues to expand at pace.

    Working across all sectors, the practice has been busy in recent times advising on specific issues arising from the Covid-19 pandemic and the Northern Ireland Protocol.  Meanwhile, demand has also increased as organisations seek assistance as they navigate an increasingly complex tax system.

    Richard also added: “In our business, it’s all about empowering our people, and about creating an environment that allows them to thrive. It’s about having a culture whereby great fun sits alongside the hard work.”

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    Richard is appealing to any “ambitious professional, passionate about providing a best in class service to clients whilst working within a dynamic, fast-paced and forward-thinking organisation with people at its centre” to apply for the roles. 

    To find out more about the employment opportunities available at Grant Thornton in Belfast, including how to apply, please visit:

    Source: Written from press release.

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