£250 - £325 per day + depending on experience (PAYE)
29 days ago
Utilise your corporate tax, VAT or mixed tax experience in this Project Tax job.
A truly unique tax role on the interim market for a Tax Accountant to utilise their tax skills and to apply their keen commercial and business accumen in this tax job.
Joining a highly respected in-house tax team and a business who are going through tremendous growth, particulalry through the pandemic, this role is truly varied. The projects have arisen from Brexit, investment into the finance and tax IT systems, and investment into the tax function as a whole.
Examples of the projects include:
Corporate tax projects - mapping of current tax processes and discussing with the team on how to improve, to then re-map and implement changes.
VAT projects - pushing forwards system streamlining and development in relation to Brexit issues. This involves heavy utilisation of IT and close liason with the finance team who prepare the VAT returns.
Other projects - transfer pricing and liaising with the Advisors on the information requirements they have; looking at tax relief claims on capital allowances, amongst others.
To be considered for this role you will have a corporate tax and/or VAT background with good Excel and IT skills. You will have the interest and show the initiative to take a project and push it forwards.
I have placed Tax Professionals into this in-house tax team over the last couple of years and every person who has joined has thoroughly enjoyed the quality of the work, the culture of the company and the support and friendlieness of the tax team - this is without question an opportunity that cannot be missed!
To discuss this role further please contact Amy Thomas E: email@example.com T: 0207 332 9628 or Dalia Jennings E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: 0207 332 2128.
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.