International Tax Manager
Are you a dynamic yet detail-oriented Tax Manager with a minimum of 4-8 years professional experience, now looking for your next career move into industry?
Could you picture yourself pursuing a career with a recognised insights and analytics firm that places innovation at the centre of all it does?
If so, this could be the opportunity for you!
With more than 8,000 colleagues in over 35 countries worldwide, constantly delivering value and success for its customers, this MNC is a publicly traded company, listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
As an International Tax Manager, you will have the opportunity to develop a new best in class UK tax organisation to ensure long-term optimisation of tax strategies in collaboration with the global tax group and business units.
From the get-go, you will be responsible for direct tax activities for non-UK and North American entities including tax compliance, tax reporting, audits, liaising with Tax Authorities, transfer pricing, withholding tax, repatriation and all other tax aspects as needed.
Key position responsibilities include:
Provide direction and management to outside advisors working on tax projects including M&A activity. Provide support on the integration of acquisition and entity rationalization programme. Serve as subject matter expert on tax research projects for international taxes ensuring that the tax filing positions are supported by sound research. Responsible for the completion of tax returns in 20 countries. Responsible for the completion of the tax reporting matters for the quarter and annual reports including the preparation and oversight of the tax expense, deferred taxes, valuation allowances and contingency reserves. Assist the wider Tax Group with identifying, researching and implementing tax savings strategies in the UK. Identify and prepare the R&D tax credit opportunities and claims. Manage withholding tax position including ensuring the relevant treaty clearance requirements are in place. Manage cash repatriation from overseas subsidiaries back to the UK. Responsible for the CFC position of the group Understanding compliance guidelines with US GAAP, IFRS and SEC regulations. Implement, maintain and report SOX tax and Corporate Criminal Offence controls and processes.
Knowledge, skill and experience:
University Degree. Recognised accounting/tax qualification (ACA, CTA, ATT, ACCA or equivalent). Big 4 /Top 10 experience preferred. Experience of US GAAP reporting and SOX requirements. Minimum of 4-8 years of professional experience working in Corporate/International Tax required. Ability to research and propose resolutions on complex tax issues. Strong analytical skills set and solid experience with tax financial data. Solid Word, Excel, PowerPoint, spreadsheet and computer knowledge. UK working rights essential. Sponsorship cannot be provided for this role.
As this is a very dynamic team environment, excellent interpersonal skills will be essential. You must have the ability to foster a team-oriented environment, working collaboratively with cross-functional departments whilst also being able to work independently.
Attractive remuneration on offer with significant flexibility to work remotely based on individual preferences.
Please note, this role could require you to visit the office at some point throughout the year.
If you feel as though your previous experience and skills align with what we are looking for, we would love to hear from you!
For additional information or to apply please contact Rebecca Nash at: email@example.com