Bury St Edmunds
about 2 years ago
Are you looking to take the next step in your tax career? Do you want to work towards partnership with an established multi-office accountancy firm with an enviable reputation and client portfolio?
As a direct result of the successful realisation of ambitious growth this well-known Top 50 firm's Corporate Tax team are recruiting a Director to be a part of the future of the tax practice and further growth plans. As the team look to capitalise on their success they are looking for an ambitious individual to be part of a challenging and rewarding role. They are also willing to consider a strong manager /senior manager /associate director who is looking to take that step into a director level role.
As a Director you will actively promote the tax function internally and externally. You will manage an existing portfolio of clients and develop a new client list by overseeing the delivery of a full compliance and advisory service to these clients. Working closely with the partners you will provide a pro-active tax advice service to existing clients and support cross-discipline advice by working with other teams.
This is an excellent opportunity to lead tax consultancy assignments with the support of this well-known practice and their award winning tax team. You will have support where it is needed but also the autonomy to get on and manage your team and clients as you see fit.
If you’re looking for an exciting challenge that can offer a challenging role with a supportive and flexible employer, then get in touch to find out more. Salary is negotiable and will be dependent upon experience but will be as expected from a market leading firm, as well as this there is an excellent benefits package attached.
For further information on this role please contact Richard Kinsey at Clark Wood - firstname.lastname@example.org / 01173 291055
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