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A highly respected, mid-tier accountancy practice currently requires an Assistant Manager to join its Corporate Tax team based in Glasgow
This Scottish accountancy practice is a long established and technology driven business solutions provider headquartered in Scotland. The practice offers a range of accounting and financial services including wealth management, cloud accounting, personal and corporate tax, R&D funding, audit, business restructuring, personal insolvency, payroll, HR and entrepreneurial services.
The Corporate Tax team deals with a number of Corporate Tax issues including Tax Advisory and Tax Compliance. As Assistant Manager you will be responsible for assisting the Manager and Senior Manager with Corporate Tax, Direct and Indirect tax within our client’s organisation
The position comes with a competitive remuneration package and the potential for career progression
Duties and Responsibilities:
Working with Managers and Senior managers you will be managing the global compliance process and liaising with finance, commercial and other stakeholders.
You will also be providing a business advisory service on all tax matters and provide support on project activity.
You will assist in managing Tax strategies and liaising with their external advisors.
Ensure that strong financial controls operate over indirect tax activities in line with policy and procedures
Responsible for the supervision of preparation and submission of VAT and other Indirect Tax returns
Working closely with other members of the team to ensure their development through their qualifications and give them the support needed to develop
To be considered for the opportunity you will possess the following:
Qualified CA/CTA/ATT with extensive Corporate Tax compliance experience obtained within an accountancy practice
Corporate Tax advisory experience would be useful but not essential
Supervisory and review experience
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
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