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Cooper Parry Overview

Derby, England
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
£25 to £50 million (GBP) per year


We used to be like every other firm. We’d talk about our 150 years of heritage. We’d wear grey suits and sit inside our dull offices with no work-life balance. It all felt a bit humdrum!

One day we asked why? Then came the CP ... Read more

Mission: At Cooper Parry our mindset is simple. We only do things if we believe we can be No.1.

We start by putting our people first offering competitive salaries, open holidays and flexible working. We’ve a great pension scheme, the ... Read more

Cooper Parry Reviews

  • "Good company to work for"

    • Work/Life Balance
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - AM2
    Current Employee - AM2
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO

    I have been working at Cooper Parry full-time (More than 3 years)


    Unlimited holiday and Very approachable leadership


    Nothing significant To report on

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Cooper Parry Photos

Cooper Parry photo of: Did you know we have a custom built app to help you sneak a last minute meeting room!
Cooper Parry photo of: What makes a good day "great"? Fancy dress!
Cooper Parry photo of: Every month we have something called "Holla" - our monthly business update. Expect full transparency, lots of celebrations and a loud cheer!
Cooper Parry photo of: Collaborative working
Cooper Parry photo of: New office space (2019)
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Cooper Parry Interviews



Getting an Interview

Getting an Interview




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    AAT Accounts Apprenticeship (Pensions Audit Team) Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Castle Donington, England
    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at Cooper Parry (Castle Donington, England) in June 2019.


    I firstly received an email asking to arrange a telephone call, the call was very casual and the interviewer just wanted to know a little more about myself and what I wanted from the role. I was then invited to an interview the following week, it was very informal and the interviewers made me feel very comfortable, you feel as though you're just having a conversation. They didn't ask any trick or scary questions and the whole interview was very calm and not stressful at all. I then received a call the following day telling me I'd been accepted for a second interview in the same week! This interview was with the head of the pensions department and an audit manager. It was again, pretty much the same thing with maybe a few more questions as to what I expected from the role and what I knew of the culture of the business. It was slightly more nerve-wracking as it was the final step in the process, however, the interviewers, again, made you feel very comfortable and had more of a conversation with you rather than firing questions. All in all, it was the most enjoyable interview I'd probably ever been to.

    Interview Questions

    • Very typical interview questions such as what I expected from the role, what I thought the job entails, and questions about myself, my educational background and my hobbies.   1 Answer
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Cooper Parry Awards & Accolades

  • #32 in 100 Best Companies to Work For, The Sunday Times (UK), 2017
  • Best Financial Advisers to work for 2017, Professional Advisor, 2017
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