In-House Employment Tax Specialist - FTSE 100 Group

  • Location

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Tax in Commerce & Industry

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £60000 - £70000 per annum + up to 20% bonus and benefits

  • Contact:

    Simon Riva

  • Contact email:

    simonriva@brewermorris.com

  • Job ref:

    SRBA/SRI/1109052_1562237997

  • Published:

    4 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-08-03

Introduction:

EMPLOYMENT TAX ADVISOR

A large FTSE multinational group based in their North London HQs are looking to expand their employment tax discipline by bringing in a tax professional with UK employment tax experience to join their thriving, fast-paced and commercial finance/tax division.

The ideal candidate will have a sound foundation in UK employment tax matters, and be able to work confidently with a range of stakeholders to advise the business accordingly. Be able to drive to develop and embed processes and procedures which manage the employment tax risk in a practical and commercial manner.

Responsibilities:

  • Key initial responsibility will be to lead for Group Tax on the IR35 project.
  • Project management of the IR35 off-payroll worker project will include various tasks such as: ensuring business stakeholders are fully briefed on the impact of the new rules; working with external advisers and business stakeholders to design and implement the systems and processes required to fully manage the IR35 risk; completing employment status assessments for any impacted workers.
  • UK compliance tasks will include working with payroll to ensure timely and accurate P11D submissions, preparing the PAYE Settlement Agreement, and preparing the short Term Business Visitor reports.
  • The Employment Tax Adviser will need to work effectively and cooperatively with all areas of the business across Europe, but primarily HR, Payroll, Reward and Legal.
  • The Employment Tax Adviser will also play a key role within the wider tax team in maintaining and developing the established working relationship with HMRC and other local tax authorities outside the UK.
  • Providing international tax technical advice and getting involved in various ad-hoc projects all year round.

Requirements:

  • Strong knowledge of UK domestic employment tax matters, with experience from a large practice firm or in a large business environment.
  • A broad technical understanding of the IR35 rules and their commercial impact.
  • Experience of international tax / global mobility matters is preferred but not essential.
  • Strong track record of project management skills and the ability to manage risk, finances and multiple stakeholders.
  • ATT or CTA qualification preferred, with a minimum of 5 years experience.

Please get in touch if you are interested and meet the required skill set: simonriva@brewermorris.com or 0207 3322 138

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