Tax Associate, BDO, Gatwick

United Kingdom
03 Oct 2017
15 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

We are looking for ambitious and talented tax advisers to join our extremely successful and growing tax team in our Gatwick office.

With a team of almost 50 tax professionals, we are the largest tax team in the region, serving a broad range of FTSE 100, FTSE 250, AIM, private equity backed and privately owned businesses as well as some of the largest Housing Associations and charities in the UK. Many of our clients are household names.

We are looking for a Senior Manager for corporate tax (focus on large corporate markets) and Tax Managers, Assistant Managers and a Tax Senior for our Not for Profit Team.


These roles provide an exceptional opportunity for the successful candidates to develop their technical, commercial and client relationship skills, in a supportive and collaborative environment.

Our global client base will provide you with a fantastic opportunity to work on a challenging and varied client portfolio.

At each level in our business, our team members are responsible for managing client relationships on a day to day basis, delivering tax reporting, compliance and advisory services both in the UK and internationally. You will also be involved in transactions, working alongside our corporate finance colleagues on acquisitions, disposals, mergers and IPOs.

There will be significant opportunities to assist the Partners and current Directors in developing our people and delivering our exciting growth plans for the Gatwick tax practice.


Desired Skills and Experience – Director/Senior Manager (Corporate and Not For Profit roles)

Qualified ACA/CTA (or equivalent)

Proven experience and track record (PQE) in practice, focused on large and international entities (corporate or Not For Profit)

Strong academic history

Proven business development skills

Exceptional people and client relationship skills

Tax advisory and transaction experience

Strong risk awareness

Desired Skills and Experience – Assistant Managers

Qualified ACA/CTA (or equivalent)

Strong academic history

Relevant experience gained ideally from practice

Self-motivated with excellent communication

Pragmatic, but with strong risk awareness

Experience of working as part of a team. Supervisory skills preferred but not essential

A commitment to technical and personal development, with the drive and ambition to progress and fulfil your full potential.