Accountancy & Finance Recruitment

Reed is one of the most established finance and accountancy recruitment agencies, matching businesses and professionals since 1960 worldwide.

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We know accountancy & finance recruitment

Our national network of finance and accountancy recruitment consultants recruit for permanent roles at all seniorities, ranging from transactional accounting positions through to finance leadership roles.

As a leading recruitment agency, we work with organisations across all sectors, as well as having specialists devoted to supporting accountancy and finance practices.

We operate the largest database of accounting and finance professionals in the Czech Republic, so we can identify the right professional, with the right skill set, fast. We provide a truly consultative service, including industry-leading salary guides, market insights and support with activities such as onboarding.

Reed’s consultants are among the most experienced in the accountancy and finance recruitment market, with each member of our team specialising across sectors and qualification levels. This means that you receive a consultative service from experts with in-depth knowledge of the sector and detailed local insight built up through years of work.

We tailor our finance and accountancy recruitment service to fit your needs and you will always receive the solution which matches your requirements.

And understand your pain points...

  • Sourcing high-quality professionals

    • As the leading accounting and finance recruitment agency, networking is at the heart of our consultants' work, giving us access to a talent pool of passive and active professionals for when your vacancy arises.

    • As part of your recruitment drive we’ll advertise your vacancy as widely as possible to attract candidates to the role, as well as approach professionals with the right skills, knowledge and experience who are not actively seeking a new role. We screen the applications on your behalf, and only put forward the most suitable professionals for your consideration.

  • Negating counteroffers

    • There’s nothing worse than going through a thorough process and pinpointing the perfect new recruit, only for them to accept another offer. This is regular challenge in accountancy and finance, with professionals in high demand. They will often have several offers at any one time, as well as being counter offered by their current employer.

    • Our experienced consultants always highlight the prospect of counteroffers throughout the engagement process with both you and your prospective employee. We will guide you on the correct package required to secure the ideal person for the role, while also highlighting to applicants the benefits of your vacancy.

  • Candidate vetting

    • All applicants are fully vetted and undergo a full interview process with your consultant. Our specialists confer with you on the pre-screening questions and minimum competency levels you require, ensuring all applicants are assessed to your specification before recommending them for interviews.

    • And, to offer you peace of mind, all interim and temporary candidates undergo a vigorous compliance and referencing process before starting work with your organisation.

  • Understanding your requirements

    • Our expert consultants are exactly that: consultants. Using a consultative approach, they apply their extensive experience in the sector to understand the nature of your vacancy and ensure they source candidates whose personality, knowledge and skills fit the role.

    • Your recruiter will communicate with you throughout the process highlighting their progress, and relaying key information to help you select the perfect new employee.

  • Supporting your recruitment process

    • We manage the entire recruitment process, from the opening of a vacancy through to onboarding your new team member. Our consultants will be in regular communication with you and your prospective employees from beginning to end.

    • Your consultant will be fully aware of candidates’ thought processes throughout the hiring cycle, ensuring we know about other applications they have made and how this may impact your vacancy. Our consultants will provide interview preparation for you before any scheduled meetings, as well as offering interview support as and when you require it.

Our accountancy & finance specialists

Tereza Treutnerová

Tereza Treutnerová

Research Consultant Reed Brno

Tereza works as a Recruitment Consultant in the Reed office in Brno. She specializes in Accounting and Finance roles. Tereza started at Reed as a Research Consultant in the Finance and Engineering industries. She quickly gained market insight, was promoted and started to focus more on finance roles.

Sabina Sucha

Sabina Sucha

Research Consultant Reed Brno

​​​Sabina is a Reed Research Consultant workign in the Brno Accountancy and Finance team and she also has a strong background within the retail field. She specialises in finding the best talent across various seniority roles.

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