|Job Title||Expatriate Tax Senior/Assistant Manager, Birmingham, Great Prospects for Promotion|
|Salary||£30000 - £44000 per annum, Benefits: Range of Benefits and Progression|
|Job Published||almost 2 years ago|
|Who to Contact||Victoria Knowles|
I have been tasked specifically by a global firm to recruit for people with expatriate tax background. This is a team that I know extremely well and I have had a high level of success in. The firm is currently going through a recruitment drive and this means opportunity for people with your background.
This is a consultancy focused role. There is a great deal of work to be had from existing clients, although you will be encouraged to act in a commercial manner and support senior staff in business wins.
There is immediate promotion on joining this team with a structured career path that will take you to manager.
This team has a great work life balance. There is no clock watching or expectation to stay late merely because the partners have chosen to do so. In my opinion this would be a great opportunity for someone who wants to move into a consultancy focused role and increase their earning potential.
You could be dealing with…
•Large global business – Single client multinationals
•Middle Markets – FTSE 250 and large privately owned companies
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