A new opportunity has opened in the London office of a UK Top 20 Accountancy firm that offers both compliance and advisory tax services to an eclectic mix of clients. There is an open-door, first-name culture at the firm that fosters a collaborative working environment.
As an Expatriate Tax Manager, you will be joining the growing Human Capital Advisory team and be assisting a wide range of international clients, from smaller entrepreneurial businesses to large multinationals. Your peers are some of the top tax professionals in the region with varied backgrounds and knowledge. In this position, you will be able to take ownership of the work that you undertake and play an influential part in the team.
Your responsibilities include:
- The assignment structuring and ad-hoc global mobility advice that will cover both employee and employer issues;
- Dealing with HMRC disclosures and issues;
- Generating new business development leads and opportunities;
- Coordinating international client work;
- Liaising between Partners, the tax department and audit department.
To qualify for this position, you should be ATT/CTA/ACA qualified, or equivalent, with proven technical experience in the specialism of global mobility tax. You should possess people management skills and the ability communicate effectively both internally and externally. This role will also require you to be motivated and be commercially aware of the market.
As compensation for your unique abilities, you will receive a competitive salary and benefits. This organisation offers a genuine work/life balance which will allow you to arrange when, where and how you work. You will also be privy to the improved succession planning and supportive management program that can allow you to realise your potential.
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For further information, please contact Sarah Reid at Brewer Morris at 02073329620 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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