Corporate Tax Manager
|Job Title:||Corporate Tax Manager|
|Location:||Manchester, Greater Manchester|
|Salary:||£40000.00 - £55000.00 per annum|
|Contact Name:||Oliver Nield|
|Job Published:||March 15, 2021 15:42|
Large accountancy practice seeking to hire a new Corporate Tax Manager into their central Manchester function
Your new company
Fast-paced, reputable Accountancy Firm offering a great opportunity to join their Corporate Tax team in a Managerial capacity within their Corporate Tax function. They are one of the fastest growing practices in the UK and work with a varied set of clients, ranging from large international corporations to sole traders. Their central Manchester operation is taking on exciting technical work constantly and they are therefore looking to recruit new talent for their team with the intention of creating an unrivalled service for their clients.
Your new role
As Corporate Tax Manager you will help clients mitigate their tax risk and be dynamic with your advice offering in line with legislative changes and be heavily involved in aspects of tax reporting, compliance, planning and strategy. As well as being a client liaison, you will be reviewing other team members' tax computations, advising companies on specific research projects, managing HMRC aspect enquiries on behalf of clients and be expected to identify opportunities with clients to encourage new work with them. Actively seeking and developing new business will also be a key responsibility in this role.
What you'll need to succeed
You will be CTA qualified (have at least three years since qualifying) and have experience working in an accountancy practice. You will possess both strong technical and communicative skills. This role is largely client facing so you will be expected to build and maintain relationships, representing their interests using your professional expertise and commercial acumen. Possessing specialist knowledge in at least on area of corporate tax would be desirable, potentially alongside an ACA/ACCA qualification. Understanding when to refer work upwards after conducting a review is also key within this firm due to the complex and significant nature of the work.
What you'll get in return
The types of advisory work you will be completing will help you further develop your skillset and could be a career defining opportunity, in light of the level of work and the firm's plans for the future. There will not be any glass ceiling on progression and you will be reporting into the Tax lead for the NW. Alongside their competitive salary, you will also be given; 25 days holiday allowance (plus bank holidays), life assurance, pension, access to EAP services, training and development within the role and a collaborative and social working environment, in modern offices in Manchester city centre.
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