Corporate Tax Supervisor - Top 25 practice
A highly successful Top 25 chartered accountancy practice, based in Canterbury are looking to bolster their tax team, with the addition of a qualified CTA / ACA, or equivalent, Corporate Tax Supervisor as a result of growth and expansion in role with development potential.
A highly successful accountancy practice, based in Canterbury, with an excellent reputation, undergoing continued positive growth. The firm acts for wide ranging mid-corporates, owner-managed businesses, private clients and professionals. You will be joining a very highly regarded tax team, within a firm environment, where career development is focused upon and have genuine opportunity to build on your existing tax career.
Joining the Canterbury team as a Corporate Tax Supervisor, as a result of growth and expansion, you will develop within a role with technical skill development and career progression on offer. You will manage the hands on delivery tax compliance, along with extensive involvement in advisory project work for wide ranging clients across groups and owner managed businesses, wide ranging in size and complexity.
There will also be significant potential for involvement in research and advisory projects eg assisting on tax related transactions advice, including tax due diligence and advisory project work. You will ensure excellent client service and the consistent meeting of deadlines, looking to build and maintain tax relationships with clients and provide an exceptional level of client service. Withe growth in the firm, combined with the supportive, career focused environment it offers, superb prospects are on offer for the right tax professional looking to further their career , post qualification.
You may be ACA/ ACCA/ATT qualified and/or be studying CTA. You will have a background in Corporate Tax , as a Corporate Tax Senior or supervisor, gained within an accountancy practice environment and be looking to focus your career in corporate tax, following qualification, within a firm offering progression and development.
Circa £38,000 - £46,000, dependent on experience and and background, negotiable
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