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Corporate Tax Senior

01 August 20222022-08-01
Edinburgh, Central belt
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Hutcheon Mearns are delighted to be supporting a “Big Four” firm to source a Corporate Tax Senior in their Edinburgh office. This position involved helping clients meet the complex demands of today’s tax environment and helping to manage relationships with some of their key local and national clients, both delivering services and introducing deep specialists to them as required. You will help clients understand the tax implications of political, regulatory and law changes and build in sustainable strategies to deal with them.

With a focus on tax compliance, tax reporting and audit you will also have the opportunity to get involved in advisory and transactions.


The Opportunity

This firm has ambitious plans to develop and expand in National Markets and further develop their high performing teams. Working in their FS Global Compliance and Reporting (GCR) team will allow you to serve and strengthen relationships with clients locally and make significant contributions to a number of national accounts. 

Their FS Global Compliance and Reporting team has grown rapidly over recent years to 120 people and created the need for local tax expertise specialised in the sector. Joining the team will give you the unique opportunity to influence, shape and mould the tax practice whilst gaining invaluable experience. You will have the opportunity to bring your expertise to help drive the growth of the business and build key relationships with prestigious clients. Playing a key role in this success will give you the skills you need to propel your career to the highest level, while gaining a broader experience than you might receive in larger teams.


Key Responsibilities:

  • Contributing to building and maintaining key client relationships by delivering exceptional client service
  • Ensuring technical excellence and practical/business driven approach taken on all projects
  • Identifying and driving opportunities – use your knowledge gained from other projects and from our knowledge sharing sessions and technical training to add input to new projects and proposals
  • Building your own strong client and internal relationships - develop and use your relationship skills to create your own external and internal networks
  • Counsel and develop more junior staff through delegation and on the job training


To qualify for the role you must:

  • Experience in corporate tax with a large accountancy or law firm, HMRC or in-house tax team
  • Any of the following preferred: ACA / ACCA / CA / CTA (or breadth of knowledge equivalent to CTA, e.g. law qualification)
  • Graduate/graduate calibre or equivalent work experience
  • Project management experience


This is an ideal opportunity for an innovative, curious individual who is looking to progress in their career.