£200000 - £300000 per annum
+44 (0)20 7872 5819
8 days ago
Are you looking for a corporate tax partner role within a forward-thinking, dynamic tax firm? Then this opportunity will appeal.
A tax professional can thrive when they work for a firm that’s going places; from a professional standpoint, the danger comes from working within an organisation that feels static and outdated.
As such, it’s important to think about whether the firm you’re working for has an ambition that matches your own. If you’re not currently working for such a firm, then the opportunity outlaid on this page may appeal to you.
A London-based firm is hiring for a corporate tax partner. This is not your usual tax firm; it’s not the traditional corporate feel, but one that’s more in-line with the entrepreneurial nature of a forward-thinking, dynamic organisation.
The management knows where they want to go in the future and has developed a strong strategic plan to take them there. A fundamental part of this strategy is bringing onboard talented candidates that align with the firm’s commitment to looking at things in a fresh and new way.
Not that the firm is “one for the future.” They’ve already experienced growth through their existing strategic and talent acquisition, which they’re now looking to supplement with a new tax partner. They have big plans for this year and have allocated funds to add new members to the team and invest in other areas to lead to growth.
If you’re a professional that values responsibility and opportunities to grow and develop within a firm that commits to helping their employees become the best that they can be, then this position will be of interest.
So what will your role be? You’ll be there to help develop the firm’s corporate tax practise through leadership and bringing your ideas to the table. While your primary function will involve working closely with the tax team, you’ll also work on the firm's long-term development and have a hand in the decision-making process.
During your first year, you’ll have several functions. The first will be to dedicate time and energy to setting up and developing your network. You’ll also work on a business plan that will lead to adding new services to existing customers, as well as bringing on board new clients.
If you’d like to know more about this opportunity, including about the role or where the firm is going in the coming years, then be sure to get in touch.