European Employment Taxes Manager

Recruiter
Standard Chartered Bank
Location
London
Salary
Competitive
Posted
02 Aug 2017
Expires
15 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Permanent
Grade 6
A new European Employment Taxes Manager role has been created due to the need for additional resourcing to manage Employment Taxes with in UK and Europe. The role will be part of the Europe Service Delivery team within HR reporting to the Employment Taxes Senior Manager.
The role will involve working with the Employment Taxes Senior Manager to manage all aspects of Employment Taxes from advisory to compliance work in the UK and Europe Region. This would involve working in close collaboration with the business, Shared Services Centre and functions (such as payroll, Group Tax, Legal, Finance) to ensure tax compliance.

Key Roles and Responsibilities

Key duties
  • Acting as a subject matter expert on UK and Europe Employment Taxes.
  • Providing Employment Taxes advice and guidance to the business and functions including payroll.
  • Carry out Employment Taxes reviews in European markets to ensure tax compliance in each country.
  • Assisting the Employment Taxes Senior Manager with Employment Taxes settlements relating to legacy issues.
  • Assisting with Employment Taxes compliance work in the UK- STBVs, PSA, Share returns and P11Ds.
  • Assisting with the preparation of the Annual PSA computation.
  • Assisting with the STBV reporting in the UK - Appendix 6 and Appendix 4.
  • Pro-actively work to identify and address any potential risk and control issues.
  • Ad hoc duties as required.
Strategic behaviours
  • Pro-actively work to ensure that statutory and internal deadlines are met.
  • Ensure that all Employment Tax deliverables are checked, reconciled and appropriate audit trails are kept.
  • Work proactively to identify and address any potential risk and control issues relating to Employment Tax.
  • Effective interaction with Shared Services Centre, UK and European Payrolls, Group Tax, Group PRB and Finance in respect of Employment Tax issues


Qualifications and Skills

  • Experience dealing with complex international tax issues including experience of expatriate taxes and social security.
  • Hold a Tax qualification such as CTA or ATT.
  • Good Knowledge of Employment Tax legislation.
  • Good attention to detail is essential.
  • Strong analytical skills and highly numerate.
  • Excellent oral and written communications skills.
  • Able to follow technical instructions.
  • Good interpersonal skills and ability to work well with others.
  • Proactive and motivated self-starter.


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Closing Dates

The closing date for applications is 14/07/2017. Please note all closing dates are given in Hong Kong time (GMT + 8 hours). We aim to respond to successful applicants within four weeks and will keep a record or your application in our database so that we can contact you when suitable vacancies arise in future.

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