The Tax Faculty is recruiting for a full-time Tax Manager to join the existing team.
Tax is a fast-moving and ever-changing world and never more so as we recover from the pandemic and establish new trading relationships with both the EU and the rest of the world. In addition, we are now gearing up for major changes to help facilitate the move to a more digital tax system.
It is an exciting time to be in tax and, as face the considerable changes and challenges coming to the tax profession over the next few years and beyond, ICAEW is now recruiting for a Tax Manager to join the Tax Faculty team.
The key responsibility of this role is to provide technical leadership across an agreed portfolio range of tax matters. The precise portfolio allocated to the Manager will depend upon their skills and experience but it will include responsibility for the faculty's VAT work.
This is an important role sitting right at the heart of the Tax Faculty’s activities. We would expect that the successful applicant will have a professional qualification and an excellent general technical and practical knowledge of UK taxes and the UK tax system together with a good working knowledge of VAT.
A knowledge and understanding of digital tax developments and systems would also be an advantage.
The faculty is seeking a full-time, permanent staff member. The role is advertised as London based but, post pandemic, we are willing to consider applications from candidates who may wish to work more flexibly. Salary is c£70,000 FTE.
If you believe that you have the skills and experience we are seeking for this important role, please send your CV and a covering letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date is 23 July 2021.
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