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What makes UNW a great place to work?

When we ask our team members what makes UNW a great place to work, time and time again they say it’s the people that they work with.

Supportive, friendly, progressive, flexible, inclusive, welcoming, approachable, ambitious, caring and fun are just some of the words they use to describe UNW’s culture.

And it’s that unique culture, built on hard work and a commitment to providing the very best service to our clients that sets us apart from others and attracts some of the brightest and most experienced talent to UNW.

Based in the very heart of Newcastle city centre, we are committed to creating a thriving environment in which everyone feels valued and proud of their work. No gimmicks, just strong support and genuine opportunities to develop.

We have so much to offer you, so if you are interested in exploring possible career opportunities with UNW, then please view our current vacancies below or email recruitment@unw.co.uk.

Life at UNW...

A progressive approach to success

UNW Partner Fern Rivett speaks to North East Times about the firm's commitment to the next generation of talent.

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Annual NCASS Ball 2022

On 25th March 2022, around 40 UNW colleagues attended the annual NCASS Ball at Newcastle Civic Centre.

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UNW trainee on top of the world

Audit and Assurance Assistant Emily Crawford has ranked an incredible 14th place in the world in the ICAEW Professional Annual International Order of Merit.

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UNW in the community

Hear from two of our previous charity partners, MSRRF and Smile for Life, about the importance of corporate partnerships for them and their beneficiaries.

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International Women's Day 2022

On 8th March 2022, to mark International Women’s Day, UNW celebrated with a lunch hosted by partners Fern Rivett and Anne Hallowell.

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The Sam Johnson Memorial Award 2022

Beth Sheldon wins the inaugural award, dedicated to the memory of UNW colleague Sam Johnson who sadly lost his life in late 2021.

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Members of UNW's audit and assurance team

New client wins for UNW’s growing audit and assurance team

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Retiring UNW partner donates £1,000

Following his retirement from the UNW partnership, Alan Suggett has generously decided to donate the £1,000 gift given to him by the firm to mark the occasion to The Sir Bobby Robson Foundation.

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Former PwC Dealmaker joins UNW’S Corporate Finance Team

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Everyone is made to feel like a valued member of the team and I think that is something that defines and separates UNW from other firms.
Emily Crawford,  Audit & Assurance Assistant
From the tailored approach to development in the team, to the variety of and real interest in great clients, it strikes me as a place where I can grow, enjoy the working week, make friends and have real job satisfaction.
Lydia Soare,  Accounts Senior
If you are willing to work hard and are good at what you do, you’ll get to where you want to be here
Fern Rivett,  Audit & Assurance Partner
What our people say...

Lydia Soare

Lydia joined UNW in February 2022 as Accounts Senior in our Accounting Services department

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James McGill

James joined UNW's graduate programme in 2018 as part of the Audit & Assurance department, becoming a fully qualified chartered accountant in 2021.

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Shonali Anthony Pillai

Shonali joined UNW’s apprenticeship programme in September 2019 and is currently working towards the completion of her AAT qualification.

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Anne Hallowell

Anne Hallowell joined UNW in 2013, growing the firm’s charity sector expertise before being promoted to partner in 2018.

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Emily Crawford

Emily joined UNW's graduate programme in 2019 and recently ranked an incredible 14th place in the world in the ICAEW Professional Annual International Order of Merit.

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Ben Robison

Ben joined UNW in September 2016 as a Tax Apprentice, after choosing the apprenticeship route rather than starting University.

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