Tax Technician

AJ Chambers
£25k - £35k
19 Oct 2016
17 Nov 2016
Contract Type
The Company

Are you seeking a challenging new role at a world-renowned accountancy firm? An industry heavyweight is looking to recruit a Tax Technician to join their personal tax compliance unit in Northampton. Picture dynamic and vibrant work surroundings, that offer the opportunities of a major organisation, but in a personal, close-knit environment.

The Role

The Personal Tax Compliance Unit specializes in advising client's on how to minimize their tax liability and to ensure they are complying with their tax obligations. As the tax system is always changing, the team are skilled in keeping client's up-to-date on developments and advise on how the changes might affect them. Throughout, they can relax knowing their tax affairs are in safe hands.


- Must be able to actively manage a client portfolio, building and maintaining good relationships with the client and developing an internal network with other offices.
- Have sufficient technical knowledge to undertake relevant work and take responsibility for developing your knowledge alongside completing client work.
- Produce work to a high standard to minimise risk and ensure the returns are delivered to agreed service standards.
- Act as a role model to your colleagues, supporting them when necessary and be a respected member of the team who takes a proactive interest in the team's performance.
- Show an awareness of new Tax Planning/Advisory opportunities and take responsibility for escalating this to the relevant client relationship manager.

The Candidate

- Must have a strong educational background and possibly be working towards your ATT qualification, or equivalent.
- Display an awareness of professional standards, ethics and risk management protocols
- You will have a genuine interest in our clients. We seek to provide a distinctive service and unlock potential for growth in dynamic organisations.
- Apply critical reasoning to bring clarity and insight. We do it by asking great questions.
- Listening and drawing on our collective knowledge and experience to really help others grow.
- Appreciate that what you do matters. As an organisation we want to be known for how we do business, not simply what we do. So, we need people who know that every act matters from the simple things to the insights we bring to clients.
- Seize opportunities. We want to adapt quickly and wisely to changing conditions to optimize growth for both our clients and ourselves.