Assistant Manager – Direct Tax – Permanent Role
Job posted date: 8 September 2022
Job location: Dublin
Reports To: Corporate Tax Manager
This position will be a member of our international tax team which is responsible for managing the direct and indirect tax planning and compliance function in Europe. The incumbent will work with the Corporate Tax Manager primarily on five components:
- Direct tax compliance in the following jurisdictions: Ireland, UK, Germany, Norway, Poland, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Lithuania.
- Tax Accounting duties
- Project Support
- Tax Planning and Audit Resolution Support
- Personnel Management
1. Tax Compliance
- Preparation of corporate tax returns and related compliance for EFS DAC, its branches, subsidiaries, and related group entities including ensuring all preliminary tax obligations for the Group are met
- Interest Reporting, Withholding Tax, FATCA, CRS and Related Informational Returns
- Transfer Pricing Compliance (CbyC and related returns)
- Stamp Duty Compliance
2. Tax Accounting
- Preparation of work papers for the provisioning process
- Responsibility for ARMS monthly account reconciliations
- Review of monthly CT journals for Group companies
- Assistance with statutory audit provisioning and disclosures
3. Project Support and Planning
- Working with the Corporate Tax Manger to ensure all risk documentation is up to date and in line with the Banks policies
- Assisting with Internal and External Audits
- Assisting the Corporate Tax Manager with planning opportunities.
- Provide support to Corporate Tax Manager on ad hoc requests.
Knowledge and Experience:
- Tax Experience – CTA or similar
- Accounting Experience – accounting qualification an advantage
- Industry experience preferred.
- Ability to work in team environment with multiple disciplines.
- Strong analytical skills and experience working with financial software packages
- Proactive with a high level of initiative and follow-through
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties and skills required of personnel so classified.