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Transatlantic Tax graduate training scheme

Inspiring the next generation of client-focused tax advisers.

Graduate trainee programmes

Our US/UK tax department is a rapidly-expanding division of Blick Rothenberg.

We provide advice to businesses and individuals living and working in the UK, Europe and the US and are one of the leading providers of US and UK tax services.

Core to our service is our talented people, and we invest heavily in their development through our Transatlantic Tax graduate training scheme.

What you can expect

Successful applicants to our Transatlantic Tax graduate training scheme will learn new concepts in an ever-evolving tax landscape. They will also find our business to be supportive and friendly and our working environment to be lively and stimulating.

What we look for in you

We look for students who really want to work in a medium-sized firm such as ours. We are not a ‘cut-down version of the Big-4’ but exist very much on our own terms and in our own right.

We are looking for someone with is keen to develop a long-lasting career in tax, is inquisitive, enjoys learning new concepts and enjoys working with others. We are not looking for someone who knows everything already, but someone who is keen to learn.

Good communication skills, both written and verbal, are also necessary, as is the ability to work as a member of a team.

"In all honestly, I hadn’t considered a career in tax prior to joining Blick Rothenberg. It was only from joining the company in the administrative role that I did that I was open to this as a career. After 3 years I progressed from a Tax Assistant to Assistant Manager."

Amy Garner, Tax Assistant

Academic requirements:

To ensure our candidates come from a diverse range of backgrounds and universities, we have removed our A-level and GCSE requirements from all graduate schemes.

We welcome applications from all candidates set to achieve a 2:1 or above in their undergraduate degree, but will consider those with a 2:2 if they can provide evidence of extenuating circumstances.

I’m keen to provide those entering into this area of work with the opportunity to progress their own careers in this field, through my support of the Blick Rothenberg graduate scheme.

Adam Smith

Our selection process

Step 1


  • Online application form
  • Verbal, numerical and logical tests
Step 2


  • Video assessment
  • Online maths test
Step 3

Meet the team

  • Assessment day

Applications update

Our vacancies are now closed to applications and will reopen later this year for our September 2022 intake.

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