Company Taxation Officer

Falkland Islands Government
United Kingdom
£47,610– £71,465 per annum
07 Oct 2017
08 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Falkland Islands Government

Company Taxation Officer

Salary range £47,610– £71,465 per annum


The Falkland Islands Government Taxation Office is seeking a Company Taxation Officer (CTO) on a 2-year contract.  This is a unique opportunity that will contribute to the success of a small but busy team at the heart of the Government in the South Atlantic, and offers the chance to work in an diverse natural environment with interesting international and domestic tax challenges. 

The post-holder will be responsible for the application of the Taxes Ordinance of the Falkland Islands, focussed on Corporation Tax and Income Tax for unincorporated businesses. This will include the development and operation of systems to administer and collect revenues, and supporting the future policy and development of the legislation related to business taxation in the Falkland Islands.

The successful applicant will be either a Chartered Tax Adviser or hold a full CCAB or CIMA accountant qualification or possess HMRC core professional training (or equivalent) and have significant relevant work experience in a tax environment.

The appointment will be for a two-year fixed term initially, with option for extension by mutual agreement.  We offer a competitive salary commensurate with experience and qualifications. Additional benefits include substantially lower taxes than the UK, eligibility for a 25% gratuity upon satisfactory completion of the contract, a relocation grant and a yearly flight package to the country of recruitment for successful applicant and any qualifying family members who accompany them to post.

If you are looking for a new challenge which offers a once in a lifetime experience for professional development and personal enjoyment then this could be the role for you!

An application form and further details can be obtained at or contact our Recruitment Officer (+500) 27421

For further information: please contact Claire Ralph at

Closing date for applications is Monday 30 October 2017.