Corporate Tax Compliance

  • Location
    London
  • Contract Type
    Permanent
  • Posted
  • Start Date
    ASAP
  • Industry
    Professional Services
  • Salary
    GBP72000 - GBP80000 per annum
  • Expiry Date
    2023-10-20

Are you a skilled Corporate Tax professional looking to join a team of experts in one of the leading Big 4 firms? We are seeking highly motivated and experienced individuals to join one of our clients as a Corporate Tax Compliance Manager based in London, Watford, Birmingham or Manchester (flexible and remote working is available).

As a member of the team, you will specialise in providing top-notch support to a diverse client base (ranging from start ups to FTSE listed multinationals), offering valuable advice on various compliance issues.

Responsibilities:

As a Corporate Tax Compliance Manager, you will work alongside other tax specialists and take charge of managing a portfolio of clients. Your responsibilities will include:

  1. Up-front scoping and engagement planning with clients to ensure clear understanding and alignment of objectives.

  2. Collaborating with the Data Management team to strategise and execute efficient data collection approaches for your clients.

  3. Reviewing and submitting tax accounting schedules, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulations.

  4. Reviewing and submitting corporation tax returns, identifying opportunities to optimize tax positions.

  5. Identifying potential areas for related services provided by our firm and assisting clients in managing their tax risk effectively.

  6. Being the primary point of contact for your clients, organizing, monitoring, and managing your workload efficiently.

  7. Budget management to ensure efficient allocation of resources for client engagements.

  8. Assisting in the development of your colleagues through coaching and sharing expertise.

Essential Requirements:

  1. Strong UK corporate tax skills and a deep understanding of tax accounting and compliance obligations.

  2. Preferably hold an accountancy or tax professional qualification (e.g., ACA, ATT, CTA, or similar) or have equivalent demonstrable knowledge and skills.

  3. A strong client service ethos and the ability to adapt flexibly to meet client needs.

  4. Excellent relationship-building skills, with the ability to establish and maintain strong working relationships with key decision-makers.

  5. Effective delegation skills and experience in coaching and mentoring junior staff.

Benefits:

  1. Exposure to a diverse client base, including multinational corporations and smaller mid-tier clients across various industry sectors.

  2. Opportunities to specialise in specific technical areas or industries such as tax accounting, real estate, financial services, private equity, etc.

  3. Empowerment to apply a growth mindset and contribute to shaping the future of compliance practices and approaches.

  4. Development of transferable professional and digital skills, including leadership, coaching, communication, and relationship-building.

  5. Mentorship from senior colleagues to help guide and direct your career growth.

  6. Empowered flexibility in work arrangements to accommodate your needs, team dynamics, and client requirements.

  7. Inclusive and diverse team culture that fosters support and encourages individual growth.

If this role sounds of interest and you would like to hear more information, please contact Sally McIntyre-Brown for a confidential discussion.

sallymcintyrebrown@brewermorris.com

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