Tax Compliance and Reporting Analyst
An opportunity has arisen for a Tax Analyst to work for a Global Pharmaceutical company.
The Tax Analyst will support the Senior Manager, Tax Compliance Controls and Reporting with tax reporting, corporate tax compliance across EMEA and be specifically responsible for the UK tax compliance and reporting.
Location: Surrey- Highly flexible with working from home
Rate: 350 - 434 pay rate
Duration: 6 months
Calculation and submissions of estimated corporate income tax payments
Gathering and validating data for corporate income tax compliance
Preparing corporate income tax computations and returns
Managing research and development claims
Managing and reviewing Patent Box claims
Filing corporate income tax returns with HMRC
Calculation and submission of final tax payments
Quarterly and annual tax reporting and provisions for APEL
Preparation and posting of tax journals and performing reconciliation of corporate income tax accounts
Preparing tax footnotes and disclosures for statutory accounts of APEL
Ensuring SAO requirements are met including documenting business process flows for all UK taxes, testing controls and reporting deviations, if any, to the SVP Finance so the SVP meets his responsibilities as SAO
Identify UK tax opportunities, develop and implement plans to secure any related tax savings
Be a point of contact for HMRC with respect to UK tax matters and maintain an open and honest relationship with them
Manage HMRC enquiries, business risk reviews and correspondence
Manage the UK tax compliance outsource provider
Supporting HR on PAYE issues including the PSA and expat payroll
Manage collection of CBCR data from all entities located within EMEA including those outside of EMEA operations (AICL, Ganymed, Ogeda etc.)
Work collaboratively with other EMEA tax team members and API tax to ensure the CBCR data is accurate, consistent with the wider transfer Pricing documentation and that analytics are performed on the data to proactively identify issues and potential queries from tax authorities.
Degree-educated with post graduate Accounting and/or Tax qualifications.
Knowledge and experience of the Pharmaceutical industry is desirable but not required
Finance and tax experience in complex multinational environments
Significant experience in UK GAAP, international accounting and IFRS, and some experience of SOX, with particular experience of tax accounting under IFRS and a solid understanding of deferred tax and effective tax rate reconciliations
Track record of managing UK Tax compliance andreporting including management of the SAO regime and ideally with knowledge of the UK Patent Box and R&D regimes
Sound commercial awareness and ability to contribute to the development and success of the finance function and business in general.
Advanced Excel spreadsheet skills, along with experience of Word processing, PowerPoint, ERP systems (ideally SAP) and consolidation systems
Please apply by sending your CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Agency: Cpl Life Sciences
- Contact: Oliver Pizzey
- Reference: JO-2110-477717
Website: Cpl Life Sciences
- Posted: 6th October 2021
- Expires: 3rd November 2021