Tax Supervisor, FTSE 100

Specialism:
Corporate Tax Jobs
Job Title:
In House Tax Jobs
Region:
UK & Ireland Tax Jobs
Location:
East Anglia Tax Jobs
City:
Rest of East Anglia Tax Jobs
Salary Description:
Negotiable
Posted:
10-Aug-17
Job Ref:
JO-1703-167340

A globally recognised FTSE 100 group with significant levels of growth in recent years, both organically and through acquisitions are looking to hire a Tax Supervisor to join the UK compliance and group reporting team. Working with the Tax Managers within the team, you will support delivery all aspects of our group tax reporting, UK compliance and transfer pricing, gaining experience of head office tax accounting and a wide range of UK tax and transfer pricing operational matters.

Roles and responsibilities

* Plan, prepare and submit the UK tax computations, which significant claims e.g. R&D tax credit claims or capital allowances claims
* Assist with review of new and international tax issues which include patent box, transfer pricing, interest deductibility and Controlled Foreign Companies risk assessments
* Liaise with the various accounting departments within the UK to ensure accurate and timely delivery of information required for the tax computations and audit queries
* Assist with the preparation of the quarterly and year-end tax provision for Group statutory reporting purposes and ensuring that the Sarbanes-Oxley processes are fully complied with
* Prepare responses to HMRC audit queries and participate in meetings and negotiations with HMRC
* Assist with the preparation of the Group's tax forecasts
* Provide day-to-day tax advice to the UK business
* Work closely with members of the Global Tax Strategy & Planning team on planning projects to ensure the impact on UK compliance, forecasting and Group reporting consequences are understood

Knowledge, Skills and Experience

* Qualified accountant or tax professional
* Strong accounting skills and knowledge of UK tax
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills
* Ability to manage and progress numerous actions in a coordinated and organised manner. Ability to work to tight deadlines
* Strong analytical and research skills, and ability to use IT effectively

For further information on this role, please contact Phil Smyth

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