Murray Beith Murray


We strive to create and maintain a positive working environment in which all staff are encouraged to give of their best, and to play their parts in providing our clients with a responsive and personalised service. We are keen to ensure that the skills and attributes of those who work in the firm are developed.  We encourage everyone to realise their potential so that their career aspirations are realised.

Some of the key features of our working environment are:

  • A performance review process in which every member of staff has a one to one meeting with their line manager in which all aspects of their job are explored and where objectives are set and reviewed. This is also an opportunity to identify any training and development requirements for the coming year
  • The Staff Consultative Committee, where elected staff representatives have the opportunity of raising any queries or concerns on behalf of their colleagues. The quarterly meetings, which are chaired by Andrew Stephen, are also an opportunity for us to ensure staff are given information about how we are performing.
  • An Entertainments Committee meets regularly to plan occasional social events, whether of the “drinks after work” variety, or something more elaborate such as a car chase or quiz night.
  • Regular information from management on various aspects of the firm to make sure staff are kept informed about what is going on.

If you are interested in working for Murray Beith Murray, please email Any current vacancies will appear below.

It is our objective to recruit, train, develop and retain staff of the highest calibre. We strive at all times to be an equal opportunities employer and to ensure two way communication is encouraged and practised.

View our current vacancies here.

Latest News

New Appointment

We are continuing to develop our tax department by welcoming our newly appointed Tax Manager Kerry MacBeth.

Promotions Announcement

Murray Beith Murray is delighted to announce several promotions across various departments.

Changes will make young heirs a little wealthier

There is nothing as certain as death and taxes. In the same context, 2017 has prompted a report by the Institute for Fiscal Studies on inheritances and inequality across and within generations.