Analyst, Regulatory Tax Advisory
As an Analyst, your first year will be spent gaining an understanding of tax in general whilst completing the first stage of your professional qualifications. Your technical knowledge will deepen through exam training and your day-to-day work will include the preparation of company and personal tax returns, the preparation of tax disclosures for the financial statements, and drafting notes on areas of technical research. You will also have client management responsibilities such as providing advice on key filing and payment dates, liaising with HM Revenue & Customs and administrative responsibilities such as producing analyses of time spent on client projects. As you progress within our team, your commercial understanding and technical knowledge will broaden and you will build your own client responsibilities and ultimately begin to manage clients REQUIREMENTS: Enthusiasm and passion for working in financial/professional services Strong, diligent work ethic Intellectually rigorous and curious High level of detail orientation An interest and competence in working with data and spreadsheets Ability to prioritize and juggle conflicting tasks successfully Ability to work within a small team, supporting colleagues where necessary An interest in pursuing professional qualifications and a career in Tax Minimum 2.1 degree from a top 30 ranked university ideally in a related degree such as economics, business studies, maths etc. A Levels - ideally 3 Bs minimum GCSEs or equivalent - minimum of B in English, Maths and Science In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must formally apply via https://careers.duffandphelps.jobs/ Duff & Phelps is committed to equal opportunity and diversity, and recruits people based on merit.