An opportunity has arisen for an assistant tax manager to join the tax function of a high profile business with a leading global brand. A truly commercial role, you will get the opportunity to gain insight into the business and thrive in an ambitious, rewarding and outgoing culture.
As assistant tax manager, you will be part of a great tax team and support the team on aspects of the direct tax strategy for the group. You will work closely with other business units from finance to technology and operations. The group operates in a wide number of international locations so there will be an international focus aswell as managing the Irish tax matters.
About the position
- Supporting the tax team with all aspects of direct tax compliance and reporting
- Assist in identifying tax risks and tax saving opportunities within the group
- Work closely with group finance, group reporting and other key stakeholders in the business such as members of the commercial teams as part of your role
- Liaising with external tax advisors and revenue authorities
- Develop a close working relationship with HR to ensure the Group’s employment tax and social security obligations are met, including the identification and implementation of employment tax policies and procedures
- Work with the wider tax team and business on tax projects such as TP, R&D, restructuring and M&A matters
About the person
This position would suit a qualified tax professional with 3-5 years experience working in corporate tax. Culture fit is hugely important for this business. Someone who can identify themselves as a strong team player with the ability to communicate effectively across a range of business areas and non finance teams would be very suitable to fit into the team. Equally a personable, adaptable and ambitious individual would be the right type of person.
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