|Job Title||Private Client Tax Director - take charge of your destiny in this tax focused practice, Norwich.|
|Salary||£75000 - £85000 per annum, Benefits: Strong prospects|
|Job Published||about 3 years ago|
|Who to Contact||Medet Ali|
Working for a firm that has limited growth potential will severely curtail your ability to advance. This is an obvious statement, but one that gets ignored more often than you might imagine. You can tell yourself that the partner has made you a promise or that the senior tax professional blocking your path will retire soon, however that is no substitute for a genuine path to promotion. Fast growing firms will need to hire and promote. If your team is expanding and has a desperate need to promote, even a standard average performance can lead to promotion. Partners may not like to promote average performing staff, but I have seen them do it over and over again. Necessity and the need to hit targets will drive this. Don’t believe me? Have a look around your peer group. I bet you can think of at least one person who has done well due to circumstances rather than ability. Imagine what you can do as a high performer in a fast growing firm.
The number one way for a senior tax professional to get promoted is to work for a fast growing firm. In other words to be in the right firm at the right time. Fast growing firms offer you more scope to stand out and greater opportunities for promotion.
This role offers you a path to partner with no competition.
I am recruiting for one of my top clients in Norwich for a personal tax director position. The firm has a proven track record of growth and can offer you examples of directors who have joined and made partner.
This is one of the most successful independent firms in the South. The practice has grown organically and developed a number of fast growing niches. This growth has been driven by investing in senior hires and taking a long term strategic view on the business. The Norwich office offers you the option to take charge and really grow and develop a team.
Please feel free to contact me for an informal and confidential discussion.