Job Search Type of work: Any Type Permanent Temps Discipline Any Discipline Accountancy in Commerce Administration Public Practice Banking Labour Tax Location Area Any Location Area London - Inside M25 Counties North of London Counties South of London Counties West of London Counties East of London and SE England North of Coventry Wales and South West England Scotland and Ireland Keywords: See all jobs This vacancy is now closed Corporate Tax Senior / Assistant Manager - Counties North of London £43 to 50,000 depending on experience Ref: 388 Date Posted: Sunday 30 Dec 2018 ShareMore Working as part of the corporate client team in this well established mid tier firm you will play a significant part in looking after compliance matters for over 200 corporate clients and their corporate taxation needs. You will work closely with the corporate tax director, partners and other team members across the practice. Your client portfolio will involve dealing with a wide range of companies for whom you’ll provide support on tax advisory matters for business owners, as well as helping them to meet corporate tax compliance deadlines. The research aspect of this role is also quite appealing for those keen to continue to develop new areas of expertise. There are frequent and varied enquiries predominantly from entrepreneurial owner managed business (OMB) clients looking to optimise tax liabilities across their business interests. Liaising with the accounts team, you will also need to provide guidance and support in preparing tax computations as part of the accounts preparation process for some of the more complex tax scenarios. We'd expect you to be qualified and have worked in an accountancy practice for at least 3 years and specifically in a tax department or handling this area of work as more than 50% of your role. ACA or ACCA are acceptable qualifications and although a Tax qualification (CTA or ATT) would be more desirable it is not essential. For a fuller job description please enquire providing details of your reason for leaving your current role and salary expectations.