£50000 - £55000 per annum + Additional benefits
10 months ago
Are you looking for a challenge? Then look no further than this unique, In-house Partnership Tax Assistant Manager job at this instantly recognisable global organisation!
You will be working for a prestigious business that based in London and operates across the EMEA region. Its employees are supported by a positive work culture and collaborate to reach ambitious targets. This organisation values and respects difference, but insists on an inclusive workspace.
As a Partnership Tax Assistant Manager within this established team, you will be reporting directly to the Senior Manager and have significant influence over all of the firm's global tax compliance obligations. Your day-to-day responsibilities will be broad in scope, covering both UK and international tax issues. In addition to the compliance element, you will play an active role in a variety of projects enabling you to truly broaden your experience. You will also be expected to display leadership skills and coach more junior members of staff.
To be considered for this position, you should:
- Ideally be ACA/ACCA/CTA qualified, or equivalent.
- Have prior practical tax experience covering both UK and international tax issues.
- Demonstrate excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Be driven and highly-motivated.
In return, you will receive a highly competitive salary and benefits. There is ample opportunity to progress in this ever-changing world of tax as it starts shifting to digital, and you will be given all the necessary support to realise your potential. You will be exposed to high-profile, multi-jurisdiction work on a global scale - an opportunity unlike other tax jobs!
Push yourself into a new tier of excellence by applying for this job!
For further information, please contact Richard Williamson at Brewer Morris at 02073322172 or email@example.com.
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.