Tax Lawyer – Senior Associate – hybrid / remote

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    GBP150000 - GBP200000 per annum + bonus, pension and benefits
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Senior Tax Lawyer – Not for Profit Team

Nationwide (Mainly Remote)

Full-time or Part-time (min 0.6 FTE)

Our client boasts a market-leading Charity and Social Enterprise team and they’re committed to making a difference. As a firm, they’re dedicated to promoting a strong work/life balance and a supportive, collaborative environment. They embrace hybrid working and offer a range of benefits to support their team members’ wellbeing and professional growth.

As a Senior Tax Lawyer, you’ll play a pivotal role in the team, providing high-quality legal and strategic advice to a diverse range of clients. You’ll have the opportunity to lead on tax advice and transactional matters, supervise junior team members, and contribute to the growth and development of the practice.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide expert tax advice to charities, social enterprises, and not-for-profit organisations.
  • Manage client relationships and ensure high standards of client service.
  • Develop expertise in charity and social enterprise tax and contribute to the firm’s internal knowledge sharing and training initiatives.
  • Identify and pursue business development opportunities.
  • Maintain awareness of market trends and adapt strategies accordingly.

Key Experience:

  • Private practice or in-house lawyer with at least 7 years PQE in tax.
  • Qualified tax adviser (ATT or CIOT) or accountant, with a focus on charity and social enterprise tax.
  • Strong commitment to furthering your career in this field and making a positive impact.
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, and advocacy skills.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team.

About You:

  • Experienced in leading tax advice with minimal supervision.
  • Committed to building strong client relationships and growing your own practice.
  • Aligned with the core values and culture of making a positive impact.

About The Culture:

  • Our client operates a one-firm approach, emphasising collaboration and shared goals.
  • The firm is values-driven, with a commitment to our clients, people, and society.
  • They prioritse work/life balance and offer a range of benefits to support the team members’ wellbeing.

About The Charity and Social Enterprise Team:

  • Our client advises a diverse range of clients, from start-ups to large international organisations, on corporate and commercial issues affecting the charity and social enterprise sectors.
  • Their focus on innovation and social change provides opportunities to work on novel and developing areas of law.
  • The team structure ensures a supportive environment and opportunities for career development.

About the Opportunity:

  • Our client encourages advisers to pursue personal interests, develop management skills, and contribute to business development.
  • Career development support is provided, including opportunities to co-manage client relationships and contribute to departmental strategy.
  • The competency framework sets clear expectations for professional growth and development.

How to Apply: If you’re passionate about making a difference and have the skills and experience my client is looking for, I’d love to hear from you. Please submit your CV to or call for a confidential chat on 0207 332 2452

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