Transfer Pricing and VCT Manager (in-house)


Ref: 80Monday 16 April 2018


This vacancy is now closed

Ranked amongst the world’s largest manufacturers with almost $40BN in global revenues, our client has significant operations in the Americas, Europe, Middle East and China. With more than 35,000 employees worldwide and operating in over 50 countries, the transfer pricing and tax function is extremely visible and proactive with a broad range of senior stakeholders across varying business units. 
As an experienced Manager working closely with senior stakeholders, you will be responsible for an exciting portfolio of projects focusing on the implementation of global value chain and transfer pricing strategy. Supporting M&A and Joint Ventures, you will play a vital role in creating the TP operating models and pricing methodology for new businesses being incorporated into the worldwide group. 
Risk management, intercompany transactions, BEPS readiness, global documentation and compliance, identification of global planning opportunities and aligning the TESCM strategy with broader worldwide initiatives will be the key areas of focus for this extremely visible position in the broader tax and finance group. 
  • You will ideally have an advanced degree with a strong background in tax, law, economics, accounting or finance. 
  • Professionals will possess 6-8 years experience in a commercially focused transfer pricing role, in addition to having a strong understanding of Value Chain/BMO/OME projects. 
  • Currently operating as an experienced Manager in a Big 4 firm or multinational, you will have strong leadership and people management skills and possess the ability to secure successful outcomes with senior stakeholders and decision makers. You must be able to demonstrate the ability to simplify transfer pricing language to decision makers and senior business unit leaders who may not come from a tax or finance background. 
  • Multiple language skills are advantageous however strong English language and written skills are essential. Due to the nature of this position, eligibility to work in the EU is required.