Reward & Share Schemes Associate Director/Director
Are you looking for a new challenge? This award-winning business is looking to make a senior appointment within its well-established Global Employer Services group. As the Share Schemes Director or Associate Director, you will be play a key part in the future success of the business. Working with a diverse portfolio of clients, you will be expected to undertake a truly varied and interesting role. Your responsibilities will include:
- Advising on the tax treatment of share options and other forms of employee share ownership
- Providing in-depth knowledge of EMI, ESS and reward tax including related areas such as employment, NIC, CGT etc.
- Sharing expertise on split interest, freezer, and nil paid arrangements
- Preparing share valuations and liaising with HMRC
As well as managing a portfolio of existing clients and delivering services to them, you will be involved in mentoring and training more junior staff as well as identifying opportunities to win new clients for the team. To succeed, you will ideally hold a professional tax or accounting qualification and have gained a strong technical background within reward tax and share schemes through your career to date. In addition, a proven track record of business development and managing client portfolios profitability will be key.
This is an exciting opportunity for you to take the next step in your career. You will be rewarded with the support to progress and develop to your full potential. This role will be based in Bristol and cover the South West. Flexible working patterns can be discussed as well as relocation.
If this has whetted your appetite and you are keen to find out more, please contact Sarah Reid on 02073329620 or email@example.com for a confidential discussion. This is a rare opportunity not to be missed!
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