Indirect Tax Manager

Recruiter
McGregor Boyall Associates Limited
Location
London (Central)
Posted
14 Apr 2018
Closes
21 May 2018
Sector
Accountancy
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Manager, Indirect Tax

DIRECT REPORTS:None

LOCATION:London

WORKING HOURS:Monday to Friday, 9am -5:30pm (with flexibility as where needed)

VACANCY TYPE:Permanent

ROLE SUMMARY:

Responsible for managing and providing support to the Business for all indirect taxation matters.

  • Proactively advise and support the Business and Group Tax team on all indirect taxation matters.
  • Prepare and perform a first level review of the quarterly UK VAT tax returns and Annual adjustment.
  • Manage the Group’s PESM as required
  • Manage the Group’s relationship with HMRC in relation to all VAT matters in conjunction with the Group Tax Manager and Group Head of Tax.
  • Manage the preparation of, and where necessary prepare, the rest of the world indirect tax returns.
  • Identify and ensure that legislative changes are reviewed and adopted as appropriate in a timely manner. Implement systems changes if necessary.
  • Work with and where required provide training to the Finance Operations and Accounts Payable teams to ensure a strong control environment persists with well mapped out, and monitored, processes that drive core outputs.
  • Ensure that the VAT accounting arrangements are monitored and fit for purpose.
  • As necessary, review the overall management of global tax compliance processes.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of global tax policies, standards and templates to ensure consistency of good practice and compliance with relevant UK and local law and regulation.
  • The role may also include some additional support in relations to Employment Taxes and other Operational Taxes. However no prior experience is needed or expected.
  • To fulfil additional ad / hoc duties as requested in order to fulfil the needs of the business

PERSON SPECIFICATION:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Strong interpersonal skills; the ability to identify, network with and manage key stakeholders, building and maintaining effective working relationships.
  • Strong organisational skills and the ability to successfully manage multiple and complex tasks.
  • Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines without compromising attention to detail.
  • Exceptional numerical and analytical ability, combined with a willingness to get involved at a detailed functional level as necessary.
  • Ability to leverage technology, identifying opportunities to improve processes and productivity.
  • Capability to develop new skills and understand new technology as required.
  • Skilled in Microsoft applications software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook etc.)
  • Relevant and recognised professional qualifications e.g. ATT / CTA / ACCA or equivalent.

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