Vacancies for accountancy apprentices to join Swindon team

Optimum is a groundbreaking company, offering legal and accountancy services in Swindon and beyond.

Accountancy and law firm Optimum Professional Services is looking for two apprentices to join its growing team.

The company, which has offices in Swindon and Cheltenham, already employs apprentices and is keen to offer the same opportunity again.

Hannah Matthews, Head of Assurance and Accounts (pictured below), said: “This is an excellent opportunity for an ambitious self-driven individual to join our growing team in an expanding business. They’ll be dealing with accounts and audit preparation across our broad band of clients.”

Already at Optimum and working towards their accountancy qualifications are Callum Morton and Zach Bunce. They have completed their level 3 AAT and have moved on to level 4.

Hannah Matthews Optimum

Hannah added: “Callum and Zach are a real asset to Optimum and it’s great to be able to bring new people into the profession. We’re ready to do so again and are looking forward to taking on our next apprentice.”

Optimum is also recruiting for an accountant and a bookkeeper. For more information about all vacancies at Optimum, email For details of the apprenticeship role, visit

Optimum is a groundbreaking company, offering legal and accountancy services in Swindon, Cheltenham and the surrounding area, all conveniently under one roof, to help people, businesses and families.

On the legal side, our specialist team help with everything from buying and selling homes, to remortgaging, equity release, and all commercial property legal issues.

We also have a dedicated wills team, who can assist with writing and reviewing wills, and lasting powers of attorney.

On the accountancy side, our services include personal tax and business tax, business development, cloud accounting, bookkeeping and payroll. We deal with annual accounts and management accounts, and advise on exit planning. We can also guide business owners and directors through the government’s Making Tax Digital requirements.