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Everything You Need To Secure Your Dream Job

We will guide your
Recruitment Journey

Taking the next step in your Accounting career can bring a number of questions along with it. How do you prepare for your job search? How do you find the right job? Which career path is right for you? How do you apply for roles effectively and increase your chances of success? Then there are the challenges of CVs, cover letters, interviews, counter offers – the list goes on.

It’s a big decision, and you’ll want to be prepared before you make it.

With over 115 years of collective Accounting recruitment experience here at Richard Lloyd, we know a thing or two about getting your dream accounting job. We’ve compiled this Job Seeker’s Toolkit full of Accounting careers resources to help support you in the pursuit of your next career goals.

  • 1

    Reviewing Your Career Options

    Beginning the search for a new job can feel overwhelming without a clear direction. When considering the future it’s important to have a plan in place – here are our top tips.

  • 2

    Finding a Job

    With years of experience as Sydney’s leading recruitment agency, we’re confident this will guide you in finding a job you’ll love.

  • 3

    How to Write a Resume

    Your CV is your chance to make a first impression on a potential employer. Here is our advice on making it stand out from the pack.

  • 4

    How to Write a Cover Letter

    Your cover letter is your chance to stand out when applying for Accounting jobs. Here is our advice on writing a cover letter that helps you grab your potential employer’s interest.

  • 5

    Job Interview Tips

    Interviews are often times the most feared stage in a job search. The key to overcoming them, and succeeding, lies in the preparation. Here are our top tips.

  • 6

    Assessing Job Offers

    There are a lot of factors to consider when making a decision about your career. With our advice on evaluating a job offer, you can breathe easy knowing you’ll be making the best decision you can.

  • 7

    Resignation and Termination

    Resigning from your current role can be nerve wracking. We’ve provided some resources to help you resign with your reputation, friendships, and respect for your employer still intact.

  • 8

    Starting a New Job

    Congratulations, you’ve landed your new role! However, starting a new job can come with growing pains. Here’s our advice on navigating the first days in your new role.