In-house Tax Assistant Manager Job, Growing Large Corporate, Edinburgh, £30,000-£42,000 + benefits
Your new company
Hays is delighted to be representing a well-known international corporate which is experiencing sustained growth with further expansion planned. The business would therefore like to make an addition to its Edinburgh Tax Team. Operating across over 40 countries, this role offers immense variety and the opportunity to get involved in exciting business projects whilst handling "business as usual" tax requirements. Standard working hours are 9am to 5pm, but individuals requiring flexible arrangements or part-time hours will be equally considered. Indeed, the organisation has an excellent culture and focuses on its employee well-being, with a 10% non-contributory pension scheme, discretionary bonus, regular socials, and the opportunity to get involved in company sports teams. If you are looking for a dynamic and forward-thinking employer, one which can offer you technical and professional development, then this is the one for you!
Your new role
Working within a small Tax Team based in Edinburgh, as part of a large Tax Function spread internationally and a UK Finance Department of 40 individuals, you will be responsible for the organisation's corporate and indirect tax compliance and assist the Manager with advisory projects. You will prepare corporate tax computations and returns, complete UK and international indirect tax returns, reconcile tax payments and prepare monthly transfer pricing adjustments. You will gain exposure to employment tax when required, for example filing PAYE Settlement Agreements and Employer Related Securities reports. In relation to advisory, you will be involved in a variety of projects, for example, M&A and due diligence, R&D, trade and asset transfers, and (re-)structuring.
What you'll need to succeed
The successful applicant will have strong experience of corporate tax compliance. Additional knowledge of VAT will be beneficial and you will ideally be ATT qualified or CTA/ACCA/ICAS/ICAEW part-qualified or qualified. You will have have excellent communication skills with the proven ability to work to strict deadlines. You will be an enthusiastic learner with a passion for continuing your career within tax.
What you'll get in return
In addition to receiving a salary of between £30,000 and £42,000 (with some potential to go beyond for the right individual) and working for an instantly recognisable organisation, you will have a non-contributory pension of 10% and annual bonus. You will gain further responsibilities and progression, and should you wish, receive study support for CTA. This is a rare opportunity to gain experience in an international capacity as well as building on your UK tax knowledge within a dynamic global business.
What you need to do now
If you're interested in this role, click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV to Madeleine French, or call us now on 0131 603 8374.