Interim Employment Tax Manager

  • Location
    London
  • Contract Type
    Temporary
  • Posted
  • Start Date
    2024-07-01
  • Industry
    Commerce and industry
  • Expiry Date
    2024-07-18

An exciting opportunity has arisen to cover the maternity leave for the Employment Tax Manager at this FTSE 100 company. It will start in July and run until April 2025. The role will see you report to the Head of Tax & Pensions, working closely with the wider tax team and people/payroll teams. The UK tax team is predominately based in London and the payroll/people teams in Cheshire so travel to both locations as required from a business perspective will be required.

Your duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Completing the PSA
  • Providing support in relation to IR35
  • Keeping process documentation up to date and managing risk in line with SAO and CCO requirements
  • Identifying individuals who are required to submit tax returns as a result of business travel, collating data and liaising with advisors to ensure submission
  • Applying for and monitoring s690 agreements with HMRC for non-UK resident directors and assisting with their UK PAYE and overseas payroll arrangements on a monthly basis.
  • Maintaining the business partner style relationship with contacts in the business and being the main point of contact for all employment tax queries.
  • Keeping abreast of changes in legislation, case law and practice and briefing the Head of Tax and Pensions on any impact on the business and its processes.
  • Working with the HR and Payroll teams within the trading business to identify whether NIC relief claims can be made in respect of investment zones, employing veterans and car allowance drivers.
  • Assisting the Head of Tax and Pensions with day-to-day pensions matters. This will include attending governance meetings, preparing and reviewing agendas and minutes, reviewing accounts for the defined benefit pension scheme, helping to manage cashflow requirements and reviewing member communications.
  • Working with the Payroll team and external advisors to ensure the Irish pension scheme is ready for the introduction of auto-enrolment in Ireland from January 2025.

You will require solid employment tax experience gained either in the profession however also ideally in-house, and be available to start at short notice. Building relationships and managing stakeholders will also be paramount to your success.

If this has whetted your appetite and you would like a confidential discussion to find out more, please contact me on 02073329620 or sarahreid@brewermorris.com.

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