Part-Time Tax Professional in Birmingham

Ten Percent Financial Recruitment

Reference: VAC-10377

A small accountancy practice in Birmingham are looking for a part-time Tax Professional to join their team for 2 days per week. The ideal candidate will be CIOT qualified with several years of tax experience in accountancy practice. You will be dealing with a range of different clients based locally, particularly owner-managed businesses, and providing a direct supportive role to the Principal Accountant.

Main duties and responsibilities will include:

  • Managing a portfolio of private clients, sole traders, partnerships and corporation tax cases.
  • Ensuring that the filing and reporting deadlines are met
  • Dealing with all communications from clients and HMRC
  • Identifying and communicating opportunities for tax planning

This is a part-time office-based role. Flexible working hours may be an option and salary is likely to be in the £30-40k pro-rata range depending on experience and qualifications.

When applying please specify:

  • Current salary and notice period.
  • Reasons for leaving your present role (if working).
  • Ensure you have identified any practice roles you have had to date (as opposed to industry roles).
  • Detail your qualifications – e.g. if you are CIOT qualified, how many years of post-qualification experience do you have?
  • Your home address and postcode (postcode at the very least). If you are not near to the role are you planning to relocate?
  • What you are looking for in a new position yourself – i.e. why you are looking at this role – what is it that has caught your eye (e.g. location, opportunity, higher salary etc.)
  • Full details of accounting software used to date.
Salary Range Minimum: 30000
Salary Range Maximum: 40000
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