Matrix Forensic Accounting & Investigations is a leading independent practice
Due to continued growth in both the civil and criminal fields, we’re looking for a Forensic Analyst to come on-board and join our Forensic Accounting team and help support our Forensic Accounting experts.
For over 25 years, Matrix Forensic have specialised in crime and proceeds of crime, including restraint, confiscation and civil recovery proceedings under the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002.
We work across England & Wales, providing solicitors, counsel, claimants, defendants and clients expert witness support in relation to legal proceedings concerning civil, criminal and proceeds of crime.
As a Forensic Analyst, you will be involved in complex cases, providing your skills in resolving and answering questions on the financial affairs of individuals and corporations.
The role requires a flexible approach and your individual flair will be key in helping in the preparation of Expert Witness reports to be used in Court. The scope of your role will be defined by you, and for the right person, future development within Matrix.
You will be someone with an open mind – being able to ask the right question;
Will have an eye for detail – accuracy is paramount;
Be able to work and follow a brief – self-sufficiency and grit;
Be at least AAT qualified – with practice exposure;
Be an incredible communicator – able to write a coherent report;
As a small and growing business, we are looking for someone who can fit in and work as required to meet Court deadlines…are you that person?
For an informal chat, please call Shaun Walbridge on 07775 712961
If you feel that you have the necessary skills to become a Forensic Accountant, please forward your CV together with a short summary of why you consider that you would make a good Forensic Accountant. Please email for consideration to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note that applications from candidates who do NOT meet the criteria set out above or provide the information requested, i.e. at least AAT qualified and a summary, will not be considered. No further correspondence will be entered into.