R&D Tax Assistant Manager Position. Top 10.

Salary £45000 - £55000 per annum
Job type Permanent
Discipline R&D Tax
Contact NameAdmin CTR

Job description

This top 10 firm’s R&D department is the equivalent of Team GB’s state of the art training centre. As a result, the firm has been singled out as a spectacular growth area – now competing for work on the same platforms as the Big 4. In fact, they don’t just compete – they win.  Due to this unprecedented growth of the team, multiple internal promotions have occurred at a rapid rate.

 Joining this team with this kind of growth means you will have interesting work and great promotion prospects—the firms position in the top 10 means they are situated in the sweet spot for clients. You will encounter both individual start-ups and huge corporate giants from many different sectors. Therefore, each claim will pose new challenges ensuring no two days are the same.

Additionally, the growth in the client base is ensuring growth at all levels in the team. You won’t have to wait around for someone to leave or keel over to allow you to move ahead. With the amount of work generated, this is the perfect opportunity to carve a name for yourself and demonstrate your abilities.

The two partners who head up the team here are amicable and care greatly about the team dynamics. They have worked hard to construct an atmosphere where the exchange of opinions and ideas are genuinely valued. In turn, each professional is adding to the success and development of the team.

For the role, you will require excellent knowledge of R&D legislation and guidelines within the UK, have the ability to identify qualifying activities and expenditure and finally be able to prepare the financial calculations and computations to accompany the claim. You must have experience in handling multiple projects simultaneously and qualifying under both the SME scheme and the large corporate scheme. In addition, you will be leading R&D meetings with clients and building effective working relationships – both internally and externally.