Corporate Tax Manager (OMB)

  1. Permanent
£45,000 - £48,000 per annum
BBBH161463_1600875241

Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

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The Role Our Corporation Tax team are now looking to recruit a Manager in the Cheltenham office.

Your responsibilities in the role will include the following:

* Build and maintain tax relationships with corporate clients and provide a high level of client service, with a focus on Owner Managed Business and clients with international interests.

* Manage a client portfolio providing both corporate tax compliance and planning advice

* Support tax partners on many and varied advisory projects including mergers and acquisitions, restructuring and complex investigations

* Undertake tax due diligence and disposal advice working closely with the firm's corporate finance teams.

* Assisting with the management and development of the tax team workload and personnel.

* Effectively manage, motivate, mentor and develop a team of qualified, part qualified and trainees through coaching and supervising.

* Help maintain a vibrant working environment, where individual talent can thrive, within a dynamic team framework, where all work towards a common objective.

* Review and appraise internal working practices, identifying areas where efficiency improvements can be made. Key Skills and Qualifications

* ACCA/ACA qualified (CTA qualification would also be desirable but study support can be provided to achieve this)

* Experience of working in a corporate tax team

* Client driven and commercially aware

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