Approachable, open, collaborative

PKF Francis Clark’s culture – friendly, open and collaborative – stems from its people. Opinions are valued, teamwork is key, and everyone is encouraged to contribute. Depending on the task, there’s the opportunity to interact with everyone including senior partners, which accelerates learning and further accentuates the mutually beneficial, supportive environment. No matter what your position, you’re a visible, important member of the firm.

The working life

The location of our offices across the South West play a part in creating a positive environment. Living and working in places with so much to offer means countless opportunities are available both inside and outside of work. We have thriving running, cooking, art, cricket, football, hockey and yoga clubs, so social- and sporting-wise there are always challenges to be had and activities to make the most of.

Career development

No matter where you are in your career, we want you to be your best. So you’ll receive support and guidance to help you meet your individual development and career goals. From structured interpersonal skills learning to formal qualifications, we’re equipped to get you where you want to go. We offer appraisals, career coaching and mentoring, so you’ll always have support no matter which direction your career is heading.


Because of the size of our firm, we’re able to offer all of our staff internal, international and client secondment opportunities. It means that during your time with us you can benefit from working with a different team, at a different location in the UK or overseas, or even with a client. Each opportunity will be different so we will work with you and your partner to ensure that everyone’s ambitions are realised. It’s all part of developing inquisitive individuals who want to learn new skills. We’re here to help you do exactly that.

The PKF Francis Clark culture

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