|Salary||£100000 - £130000 per annum, Benefits: Partnership prospects|
|Posted||4 days ago|
|Apply by||Friday, 13 April 2018|
As a director at this firm you will be part of the strategic decision making process and contribute to the direction and growth of your team and practice.
The corporate tax team is involved in a range of different activities. Business and international tax planning extends from complex cross border deal-structuring to group strategy and employee incentive schemes. Clients include: OMB’s (primarily)and listed companies. The firm has a wide range of International clients and assists in supporting the growth of these companies in the UK and overseas.
Overall Purpose of the Role:
You will work closely with partners
•To assist with the planning and other ad hoc assignments and in marketing the firm’s corporate tax function.
•To create tax project work from the firm’s existing clients and networks.
•To provide effective supervision of and training to the tax staff.
•Staff to be seen as the principal point of contact for internal and external clients who have technical or planning queries.
At Creative Tax Recruitment we work with our candidates to solve their problems - the true meaning of consultancy. Quality of service is the key to our success. Experience has taught us that to achieve a perfect match there is no substitute for personal contact and attention to detail - whether recruiting for a tax senior or tax partner. As part of our on-going commitment, you will benefit from a number of advantages that come in dealing with a niche consultancy such as a pro-active approach to your job search (we will not sit around waiting for the right role to appear); effective salary negotiation on your behalf and a dedicated Consultant to discuss your requirements.
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