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This role is primarily responsible for supporting the UK based tax team in meeting compliance and reporting obligations across EMEA;
as part of a US head-quartered group. The appropriate candidate will be pro-active, organised and have an interest in developing their knowledge across the full spectrum of direct, indirect and operational taxes.
Primary assistance in the preparation of the VAT returns inline with the HMRC MTD requirements; secondary assistance in the preparation of the UK CT returns
Assistance in the preparation of corporate and indirect tax returns in any other locations where compliance is managed in-house.
Assistance in managing the outsourced direct and indirect tax compliance relationship with our third-party service provider across EMEA.
Working with the team on areas of legislation that need particular focus and performing reviews or modelling as required (e.
g. controlled foreign companies, transfer pricing, VAT partial exemption etc).
Working with finance to prepare balance sheet reconciliations for both direct and indirect taxes.
Preparation of tax notes for the annual statutory accounts for international entities including liaising with external advisors and auditors.
Preparation of tax instalment payments and working with others to ensure timely payment processes are in place.
Providing support to an international tax manager to collate, analyse and distribute the data required for direct and indirect tax returns.
Assistance in the quarterly reporting process, as required.
Supporting the tax team to meet Senior Accounting Officer requirements and developing more efficient and robust processes / controls.
Supporting the tax team to meet operational tax requirements e.g. FATCA, withholding tax treaty clearances, residence certificates
Supporting the tax team throughout the transition in general ledger software including reconciliation of tax accounts and some profit and loss analysis.
Willingness to learn new skills particularly in relation to our financial systems - and assisting with projects as they arise.
Strong personal organisational skills with attention to detail, quality and control.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Ability to successfully manage multiple tasks.
Ability to prioritise and meet deadlines.
Conscientious, self-motivated and goal orientated.
Great team player.
Ability to develop new skills and understand new technology as required
Skilled in Microsoft applications software (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook etc).
Experience in using OneSource Corporate Tax and / or OneSource Tax Provision software an advantage but not essential.
Experience using Workday an advantage but not essential.
Relevant accounting or tax qualification (or part qualification with preparedness to fully qualify)
Demonstrate experience in the area of corporate taxation