If you find you are working in a large team where it is hard to be visible, and you are frustrated at the lack of scope and responsibility in your portfolio, this highly regarded firm could be the place for you.
The client portfolio is very diverse and includes both individual and corporate clients. The firm deal with a lot of entrepreneurs, new startups and firms on a global expansion drive, with assignees coming to and from the UK and the US. The variety of work is exceptional and you will not only be instrumental in the tax compliance for your clients, but you will also have exposure to highly complex advisory work as you progress. The firm certainly punches well above their weight for the quality of the work they have relative to their size.
The culture of this firm is what really sets it apart. Whilst a relatively sizeable mid-tier firm, it has retained its family feel as it has grown. The firm believe in training their clients properly to provide information in a timely manner, rather than operating a sweatshop for their staff come deadline time. Looking after the wellbeing of their staff is a genuine focus. They are very hot on training too and everyone has a say in topics they would like to learn more about. Over time, you will also get the opportunity to present some training on a topic of your choice, but only if that is of interest to you. Training isn’t just on technical tax issues, but will also be provided for softer skills such as communication, effective report writing and such like. There is generous sponsorship available for professional qualifications, including the Enrolled Agent certification.
All the different tax teams are very collaborative both on a professional and social level. Did I mention Pizza Friday or Thirsty Thursday?
If you have at least 3 seasons of UK and US experience and are ideally already ATT qualified, please do get in touch for more information. This is a firm who would be delighted to have a very informal introductory chat with interested parties with the right experience to tell them more about the firm, the types of clients and work, along with career trajectory first, without any obligation to join a formal interview process. Contact Sharon Furbank confidentially at email@example.com for more details.