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SRG Financial Recruitment Agency in Durban

SRG is a financial recruitment agency that places permanent, temporary and contract positions at all levels, including Accountants, CA(SA)'s, Payroll and Bookkeepers, as well as Office Support, Executive Sales & Marketing & Human Resources.

Headed up by Monique Pestana with over 19 years of financial recruitment experience in Durban, our team of Michelle de Marigny, Tracy Tomlinson and Michelle Carroll have over 50 years’ combined recruitment agency experience and are able to provide an in-depth understanding of your business needs and, as a result, are able to identify and source candidates well matched to your specific requirements.

We service many of Durban’s corporate companies as well as small to medium clients.

Our candidates are screened and selected through an intensive interview process involving reference, qualification and ITC checks.

Job Spotlight

GENERAL LEDGER ACCOUNTANT

Durban
Finance

(Area): Durban (Salary): R17K – R20K per month (Ref: MDM)

CFO – Listed Company

Durban
Durban

(Area): Durban (Salary):Attractive Salary Package (Ref: MP)

PARTNER (JUNIOR) – CA(SA)

Durban
Finance

(Area): Durban (Salary): Market Related salary package (Ref: MP)

TEMP: Debtors / Creditors / Cash Book

Durban
Durban

(Area): Durban (Salary): Negotiable (Ref: MDM)

LEGAL & COMPLIANCE OFFICER – UMHLANGA (INSURANCE)

Durban
Durban

(Area): Umhlanga (Salary): Market Related (Ref: TT)

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