Our client is looking for Corporate Tax Manager to work with in their Bury St Edmunds office.
The practice in question has experienced rapid growth over the past couple of year and they have an excellent reputation in the local market place.
Corporate Tax Manager
Bury St Edmunds
Circa £45,000 - £50,000
We are looking for a pro-active corporate tax manager to join our clients growing and dynamic Bury St Edmunds team to provide direct support to the senior team by managing the corporate tax compliance affairs of an existing portfolio of predominantly owner-managed business clients and to carry out tax planning and advisory projects on these clients.
The role will also include responsibility for the supervision/review of work undertaken by the tax seniors within the team, including some staff responsibilities and work planning.
The work is diverse and will include the review of tax returns and computations, running and leading tax advisory projects, assisting in winning work by proactively managing existing clients and contributing to winning new clients.
The role provides a good range of work for someone with a solid corporate tax compliance background and dependent upon the circumstances, there may be opportunities to work part time and/or with flexible working hours.
Key responsibilities will include the successful delivery of tax compliance and advisory projects and working with the accounts team to provide the necessary corporate and deferred tax disclosure for inclusion in statutory accounts.
Tax planning work will include areas such as group tax planning, property planning, capital allowances, R&D tax credits, s455 tax planning and transfer pricing.
The ideal candidate must have excellent technical skills and experience and have a thorough understanding of UK corporate tax issues.
Candidates will preferably be CTA and or ACA/ ACCA qualified or a Tax Inspector with full Technical Training Course, or law qualification.
The individual must have dealt with a range of tax issues appropriate to our client base of corporate clients.
This should include tax planning, capital gains, capital allowances, company restructuring, the review of corporate tax returns and all aspects of general advisory services you would expect to offer to corporate clients. Most importantly, the individual must be able to look at the tax issues of private companies both from the point of view of the company structure, and that of their owners.
For further information on this role please contact Jack Wyatt at Clark Wood