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Our firm is going through an exciting time of strategic growth and is currently seeking ambitious, bright and personable individuals to join us.

We value positive, forward-thinking, can-do attitudes and in return can offer a competitive package and a great working environment.

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Cyber Security Manager

Scott-Moncrieff’s Business Technology Consulting (BTC) practice has been growing rapidly over the last three years and provides advisory services to some of the largest public sector bodies in Scotland as well as a range of clients across the Financial Services and Commercial sectors.

Cyber Security has been at the heart of this growth, and BTC has established a small dedicated Cyber Security team, to provide their clients with real technical expertise.  The Cyber Security team operates across Scott-Moncrieff’s client base, performing Cyber Assurance assignments, reviewing clients and their third-party suppliers against existing cyber security standards, research and advisory work, and client training.  Investment is planned in 2019 to enable the team to provide clients with Cyber Essentials certifications and the technical skills to carry out vulnerability assessments.

Following the acquisition of Scott-Moncrieff by Baldwins Group in May 2019, the Cyber Security team now has access to the client base of Campbell Dallas, Baldwins, Blick Rothenberg and Wilkins Kennedy.  This coupled with the investment described above provides a huge opportunity to grow the team.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an individual with experience of and interest in cyber security and consulting, who is ready to take on a leadership role.  The role requires the candidate to be confident and knowledgeable when discussing cyber security issues with clients.  The role also involves leading the more junior team members and supporting them with technical issues and questions.  Finally, the role involves supporting the leadership of BTC in implementing the investment planned and in growing the Cyber Security offering across the Baldwins group. 

This role is based in Scotland and the successful candidate can work from either Glasgow or Edinburgh.  However, there will be a requirement to travel from time to time, clients are often located outside Glasgow and Edinburgh and the Baldwins Group is UK wide.  Scott-Moncrieff is committed to training its staff and there is an expectation that the successful candidate will spend time on keeping their skills and knowledge of cyber security up to date.  Scott-Moncrieff will provide budget for training and support for staff members who are under-taking training.

Audit Senior - Public Sector

We currently have an exciting opportunity for a Public Sector Audit Senior based in Edinburgh or Glasgow.

Part Qualified Audit Trainee - Public Sector Audit

We have a new exciting opportunity for a Part Qualified Audit Trainee to work within our Public Sector audit team based in either our Glasgow or Edinburgh office.

ICAS early careers trainee (5 year programme)

We presently have an opportunity for a school or college leaver to join our team in the Inverness office. 

This is a great opportunity to join Scott-Moncrieff and begin your career in Accountancy, Audit and Tax.  No experience is necessary as full training will be given on the job.


A great opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic Administrator to join our team in our Edinburgh office.

The ideal candidate for the role will be a skilled multi-tasker, reliable and have excellent attention to detail.

The purpose of the role is to work closely with the admin team to provide effective, confidential and efficient administrative support, which assists with the smooth running of the office.

Corporate Tax Assistant Manager/Manager

We are looking for a highly motivated Corporation Tax Assistant Manager or Manager to join our Corporation Tax Compliance team in our Glasgow office.

We would expect you to deal with all Corporation Tax Compliance matters on a range of clients and provide assistance, as needed, on tax advisory projects. More specifically, this would include identification of tax sensitive expenditure and wider tax issues, liaising with clients to resolve queries, communicating with internal departments to ensure deadlines are met, and overseeing client portfolios to ensure HMRC deadlines are met.