Published: 25 September 2023
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The FRC promotes transparency and integrity in business by setting codes and standards for accounting and actuarial work; reviewing the quality of corporate reporting and audit; and taking enforcement action where necessary. Following Sir John Kingman’s independent review, the FRC is transforming into a new regulator, the Audit, Reporting and Governance Authority (ARGA). As the scope of our work grows we will require significantly more resource. Join us on our journey to becoming a stronger, more empowered and agile regulator. At the FRC you will work in the public interest for the benefit of those who rely on well-run companies reporting with transparency and honesty. The team at the FRC is comprised of high calibre individuals who work in a collaborative and collegiate way. The FRC has flexible working and is committed to the personal and professional development of all its people.
Why join the FRC?
Base pay taking into account skills, subject specialism and experience.
Generous pension scheme
10% employer pension contribution (Aviva is our pension provider).
Employee assistance provider ‘Unum Help@hand’ provide benefits, online counselling, online GP appointments, physio, medical second opinion and more.
Generous annual leave
30 days of annual leave with option to buy or sell up to five days.
Flexible bank holidays
Bank holidays that can be booked anywhere in the calendar year.
Generous life assurance offer that is equal to 4x your basic annual salary.
Hybrid working with two days minimum a week in the office.
Learning and development
Up to six days off to pursue learning and development.
Two days of volunteering to support FRC Corporate Social Responsibility.
We’re a signatory to the Government’s Disability Confident Scheme. This means we guarantee disabled people an interview if they meet the minimum criteria for any job vacancy.
Equality and diversity statement
We are committed to promoting equality and diversity in all areas of our work, irrespective of gender, disability, ethnicity, sexual orientation, nationality, age or religion. The FRC is an inclusive employer and values diversity among its employees.
For an explanation of how we collect and process personal information in connection with our recruitment activities, please see our recruitment privacy notice.
The FRC’s Purpose is to serve the public interest by setting high standards of corporate governance, reporting and audit and by holding to account those responsible for delivering them.
Our Values are to be Independent, Fair, Effective, and Influential and to demonstrate these by our supporting behaviours. Our values guide, our behaviours day by day, and how we work together.
Through technical expertise and thought leadership, our people innovative to drive change. They develop themselves and others, speak up, value diversity and support others to do the right thing.
Our people act in a professional, proportionate, consistent manner to ensure robust standards of decision-making and delivery both internally and externally.
Our people are decisive, accountable and collaborative when working with others to share information and experiences to improve outcomes.
Our people challenge ideas, make evidence-based decisions and always act with integrity.
We list all current vacancies on our careers portal.