|Job Title||Corporate Tax Manager, Niche Sectors|
|Job Published||about 3 years ago|
|Who to Contact||Sam Steventon|
Deal with clients that include not for profit, charity and corporates.
This is a commercial position and will require a proactive approach to your clients. You will need to take a solution based approach to your client’s problems and be able to provide them creative solutions and advice.
Work will involve you dealing with UK and cross-border tax advisory projects, overseeing large complex compliance work and building relationships with your clients.
Managing risk, in addition to recommending improvement in the client’s processes, will be an important part of your role and will need you to demonstrate a good knowledge of how businesses operate.
The firm profile and culture:
Large national and international practice.
Growing corporate tax team that is wining work from referrals and reputation.
A practice that has one of the best work life balances - good luck finding many partners wandering around the office beyond 6.00pm
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