Personal Tax Case Directors
Opportunities in Birmingham, Cardiff, Croydon, East Kilbride, Nottingham, Salford & Bradford.
You will play a pivotal role in efforts to tackle tax avoidance and evasion among HMRC’s most affluent customers. Bringing to the role proven commercial experience, you’ll be instrumental in enhancing our understanding of our customers behaviour and the products they use.
Providing expert advice and leading on complex cases, you will boost the technical and tactical capabilities of caseworkers, while enhancing HMRC’s ability to counteract new and emerging threats. We’ll expect you to work collaboratively across HMRC and a range of other Government agencies. Your portfolio of technical and complex self assessment enquiries will encompass a range of personal tax and capital gains risks, including avoidance and evasion.
Developing your awareness and knowledge of related activity, together with the skills necessary to take appropriate action, you will utilise every aspect of your understanding of what drives the behaviour of affluent customers. Managing a broad variety of relationships, liaising with specialists, and ensuring the effective use of data and information, you will need to combine excellent organisational skills with a drive to learn and apply new knowledge and abilities.
You’ll need to be qualified with either CTA (ATII) or TPDP (or a predecessor qualification, such as IDP/ITS2/CPT/FT2). We’ll expect you to demonstrate a flair for structured creative thinking, together with recent commercial experience of financial, tax planning and avoidance products or, alternatively, experience of developing and executing tax planning and tax mitigation strategies for entrepreneurs, high net worth and non-domiciled individuals. Leadership skills are essential.
Closing date: 13th February 2013
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