Corporate Tax Associate Director

  • Competitive salary + great benefits
  • Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • Plein-temps
  • CDI
  • 15 août 17
The Corporate Tax department provides taxation services to its clients and deals with all queries from basic compliance through to high-level advisory work. It prepares tax returns and computations, carries out tax planning/consultancy work, and deals with HMRC, clients and third parties

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity within an ambitious firm? If so, a fantastic opportunity has arisen in our Corporate Tax department for an Associate Director. Within this role you will assist the partners in the provision of consultancy work, managing and developing junior staff and business development.   

 

Your duties will include:

 

•Assist in the provision of planning and advisory work for clients, as required


•Responsible for controlling WIP on allocated jobs, including billing and debt collection


•Build and maintain good working relationships with clients and colleagues within the firm


•Assist in the allocation of compliance and other work to more junior members of staff, ensuring the effective deployment of staff


•Assist in developing and implementing procedures in connection with running the department, as required


•Assist in generating business development ideas and concepts, particularly in areas of specialism, as required


•Prepare technical material such as Factsheets and articles


•Assist partners with project/consultancy work


•Provide direction and support to junior members of staff in respect of all aspects of consultancy and compliance work


•Participate in the recruitment of new staff, appraisal and provision of feedback to existing staff and in the development of staff, as required


•Develop/maintain areas of specialisation as agreed with the partners


•Prepare and present and/or assist in the preparation of external/internal presentations and training courses


•Assist in marketing initiatives, such as the preparation of Factsheets, tendering to prospective clients etc. as required


•Maintain awareness of UK taxation developments and other relevant taxation and accountancy developments


 

We are looking for the following attributes as outlined below:

 

•Qualified accountant (ACA / ACCA / CIMA or equivalent) or commensurate professional experience


•Qualified CTA desirable


•Competent at using MS Office


•Good Knowledge of all relevant computer applications


•Good communication and presentation skills


•Strong organisational and time management skills


•Able to influence internal / external clients and colleagues


•Proven planning and prioritising skills


•Able to work under pressure with accuracy and focus


•Able to demonstrate problem solving skills


•Keen to add value to our clients’ businesses


•Self-motivated and able to apply relevant skills to new scenarios


•Aware of own personal development and contributes towards it


 
To be considered for this role you will be a dynamic and positive individual who is able to work autonomously and keep the daily operations of the office running smoothly. The company’s culture is one that is welcoming, supportive and focused and we are looking for a like – minded individual to join our team. Join Moore Stephens and you will discover an ambitious firm with strong leadership and a shared direction. We provide exceptional service to our clients, stimulating work and excellent development for our people. Our working culture is inclusive, collaborative and supportive and we want to allow our employees to reach their full potential.