A career within Tax Technology services, will provide you with the opportunity to work directly with senior Information Technology professionals within PwC, as well as with our clients, in order to provide specialised assistance to troubleshoot and resolve issues surrounding the technical application aspects of our tax technology solutions.
We are looking for an ERP specialist with a focus on Indirect Tax.
Due to unprecedented growth PwC is looking for a manager to help with the drive in its Technology business supporting the Indirect Tax Reporting & Strategy group across its consulting space.
With an unparalleled client base held by the team this opportunity represents a real tangible chance to work within a specialist team and help shape and build the business and team within our Indirect Tax Technology practice. You will be fully supported by the Tax Technology, Indirect Tax and the Tax Reporting & Strategy leadership teams in helping you achieve all your goals.
The candidates will ideally be based in Manchester or London, but will be considered in any of our offices as you'll be working within our centre of excellence team that supports clients nationally and internationally.About the roleOverall, we provide a full range of audit, tax and related financial advice to a portfolio of clients ranging from large plcs to small local businesses. The team is committed to providing proactive tax, technology and business consultancy advice. As well as advising businesses of varying sizes, our clients operate across a diverse range of market sectors.
We are essentially a consulting business and little of our work is routine. Projects range from one-off initiatives providing bespoke solutions to specific problems, through to implementing global systems and advising countries that are introducing VAT systems for the first time. One thing is guaranteed the indirect tax and tax reporting and strategy practices offer a wide variety of opportunities.
One of the core areas the team works in is ERP, other accounting information systems and tax engine reviews, implementations and the integration of indirect tax related software solutions and middleware into these.
We are looking for a candidate to enhance our team in this key area and the candidate will need to be able to demonstrate credible experience and skills in the systems space.Key areasA core technical solution level understanding of SAP and/or Oracle and/or a rounded appreciation of these and other ERP and accounting information systems - for example, MSDX and Workday Financials
Experience in the implementation and technical review of key financial and logistics modules and of methods of data extraction from a selection of these systems:For SAP – SD, MM & FI as core (including at the procedure, condition and sequence levels), GTS, Hana and tax related S/4 areas will be a benefit
For Oracle – EBT, wider EBS and Inventory modules amongst others
Workday Financials and MSDX or other primary financial systems
The indirect tax determination engines (Onesource, Vertex, Avalara and Sovos)
Aside from this key area, the following are not essential but will also be an advantage:Experience of working in indirect tax (VAT and Duty and/or supply chain) accounting
Experience of working from raw accounting data
Able to communicate tax, data and technology concepts to non-specialists
Experience of multi-territory indirect tax compliance
Experience of:Producing requirements documentation
Undertaking impact analysis and detailed design sessions with both developers and business teams
Creating, reviewing and completing test cases
Project management support
The candidate will be a self-starter, have a passion and drive to take this forward and be able to provide a technical centre of excellence as part of our team.
We help organisations and the people who run them answer the big business questions. How should we raise finance? Where should we be based? How should we reward our people? With some 3,300 experts whose expertise covers every conceivable area of taxation, we’re one of the UK’s leading tax practices.
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