Assistant, Tax (School Leaver) September 2019 - Maidstone

Department: Corporate Tax

Location: Maidstone

Closing Date: 30 August 2019

Assistant, Tax (School Leaver) September 2019 - Maidstone

An opportunity has arisen to recruit a new tax assistant into the Maidstone office of Crowe U.K. LLP (Crowe). We are looking for a school leaver with the attitude and commitment to meet the needs of our award winning firm. In return, our trainees share in the success of one of the UK’s leading audit, tax and advisory firms.

All our trainees receive comprehensive training and client exposure right from the start, combining the best tuition, personal and professional development.

Role

You will work on an interesting and varied portfolio of both corporate and private client tax compliance work.   The portfolio will include: individuals, directors, family businesses, entrepreneurial and owner managed businesses, groups, international and listed companies.

You will be expected to be involved in all aspects of the tax compliance work but there will also be opportunities to assist the managers and partners with advisory work. You will be supporting others in the team as necessary and be expected to produce high quality work on a timely basis, focusing on accuracy and efficiency.

The role will include assisting with:

  • preparing and submitting corporate and personal tax computations
  • the tax aspects of company audits, tax provisioning and the preparation of the tax numbers for the statutory accounts
  • dealing with HMRC matters on behalf of our clients
  • researching and providing tax support on ad-hoc advisory projects

Reporting

The tax trainee will report directly into the tax executives and managers within the Maidstone office. The tax department currently consists of 14 people.

Qualifications 

Support and study leave for the accounting qualification (AAT) and tax qualification (ATT) will be provided, with potential to develop to Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA) or equivalent qualification.

Successful candidate

The successful candidate must be:

  • self-motivated, proactive and have an eagerness to learn
  • numerate and confident with numbers
  • able to communicate confidently and have good verbal and written skills
  • able to meet the minimum BBC (or equivalent UCAS points) A level requirement with GCSE grade B or above in English Language and Maths
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