Axiom Forensics continually provides tailored training and development for our team. We engage leading academics and industry specialists to hold in-house activities specifically designed to meet our needs.
Our graduates also have the opportunity to undertake a study program to become a Chartered Accountant (ICAA) or a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA).
As specialists at the forefront of our field we have strong links with the academic community. We undertake various academic and research assignments that build intellectual capital. In particular, we conduct ongoing research on the Australian equity markets – this research being invaluable on our business valuation and loss assessment assignments.
We have strong relationships with leading academics at local universities and accounting and finance academics from UNSW and UTS have participated on some of our assignments. This can be particularly useful where opposing experts include overseas and local academics.
As leaders in our field we firmly believe in encouraging its further development and investing in the next generation. We have been a sponsor of the UNSW Co-Op Program Scholarship since 2006 and have sponsored the UTS Bachelor of Accounting Program since 2013.
As an industry sponsor of these programs, we have students undertaking industry training experience with us throughout the year. This provides excellent real business world experience for the students and allows us access to some of the nation’s best and brightest future accountants.
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The Kind of Person Axiom is Looking For
If so, we’d love to speak to you about opportunities that are currently available.
Axiom is interested in both Graduates and experienced candidates. Graduates would ordinarily have majors in either Accounting or Finance and possess an interest in corporate valuation. Experienced candidates would ordinarily have a background in forensic accounting, corporate finance, insolvency or audit.
For all candidates, strong written and verbal communication skills are essential. If you are interested in discussing a potential role with us, please contact Elaine Freeman.