almost 2 years ago
An incredible Corporate Tax Assistant Manager - Insurance job located in the heart of London has arrived and it's not one to look over!
You will be joining a professional services firm that offers its trusted clients audit, UK corporate and international, advisory services. This close-knit organisation is highly regarded not only for its prominence in the tax market, but also for its enviable work culture. As you enter the central London office, you will be struck by the friendly, diverse workforce.
As a Corporate Tax Assistant Manager specialising in the Insurance sector, you will build rapport with the client and foster these relationships throughout your career. One exceptional characteristic of this organisation is that you will be included in the client proposals alongside senior management. In this broad role, you will not suffer the risk of being pigeonholed and get the opportunity to work on hedge fund, banking, private equity and funds market projects.
Ideally, you will be CTA/ACA qualified, or the equivalent, with strong corporate tax experience. To reiterate, your application will not be excluded if you have non-FS corporate tax experience, however, previous working knowledge will be advantageous. Your desired soft skills are that you will be able to communicate effectively across all levels, be a willing team-player, and actively seek opportunities to develop the business.
In return, you will receive a generous salary and benefits package. You will have access to this business's pioneering flexible work policy. This extends to any candidates looking for part-time opportunities. With the broad exposure of this role, this opportunity will surely progress your career by tenfold.
Ensure your chances by applying now!
For further information, please contact Richard Williamson at Brewer Morris at 02073322172 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note our advertisements use PQE/salary levels purely as a guide. However we are happy to consider applications from all candidates who are able to demonstrate the skills necessary to fulfil the role.