Accounting Associate Director, Tax Management Consulting  City, Bristol, United Kingdom,

 

Your opportunity


Our business spans the full range of tax and accounting activities and by integrating these specialist areas when forging a team for the client, we can deliver the best advice to that client, wherever in the world they operate.
Our consultative approach adds significant value to our clients' businesses and makes a tangible difference to their profits. As a result, you'll get to work with a variety of clients, across a wide range of industry sectors, from large multinational companies to entrepreneurs and other high net worth individuals. This variety of work means you'll gain broad and in-depth knowledge of business. As well as providing coaching in key financial, business, consulting and legal skills, we'll also give you all the support you need to gain valuable professional qualifications. Internally, the tax department is split into three main areas: Business Tax, Indirect Tax and Global Employer Services.

Your role

Associate Directors own a portfolio of clients and are seen as the expert in their field. They lead and steer client relationships, service delivery and innovative solutions by bringing together multi-disciplinary teams to tackle some of our most complex client challenges.

As an Associate Director, you will develop long term relationships with your clients, actively contribute to the eminence of our practice by external knowledge sharing and investing time in business development, and have a focus on the stewardship of our people and the practice.

You will be a role model to others and actively create an inclusive environment of team working where team members feel supported in their personal and professional development. You will also be supported in deepening your own technical specialism, widening your cross service line and industry or market knowledge, and continuing to develop your stewardship skills.

Responsibilities


• Leading and managing client relationships as well as services across a range of industry sectors and countries
• Liaising with internal and external stakeholders
• Responding to requests for proposals from prospective clients including risk management policy and agreed pricing
• Maintaining process documentation while continually improving internal and client processes
• Drafting engagement letters in accordance with the Deloitte risk management protocols
• Monitoring and reviewing work products (management and statutory reports) for a portfolio of clients
• Managing and supporting the work of junior team members
• Internal administration including client portfolio management
• Advising UK and international clients on statutory accounting compliance and wider business process solutions in finance
• Ad hoc finance project work
• To have a broader perspective of potential issues encountered when managing diverse teams and the strategies to overcome them; have a clear understanding of the firm's commitment to creating a more inclusive culture


Location: Bristol

Suggested work pattern: Permanent full-time / Permanent part-time

Your professional experience
Requirements


To qualify for the role you must have:


• Professional accounting qualification, ACCA/ACA with 5-10 years post qualification experience
• Strong accounting technical skills (IFRS, FRS101, FRS102) and experience of statutory accounts compliance across a variety of GAAPs
• Excellent Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint and Word skills with the ability to use accounting packages e.g. SAP, ORACLE
• Experience working with senior non-finance people within a dynamic, fast changing environment as part of a multi-functional team/project
• Excellent project management skills, able to work under pressure whilst maintaining accuracy in work and attention to detail
• Well-developed oral and written communication skills as evidenced by contributing to proposals, planning, and networking
• Exposure to and experience with international clients
• The ability to analyse information, identify issues and prioritise them.
• Full travel mobility across UK (and, globally) and willingness to work at client sites
Additional desirable experience includes:
• Demonstrate functional competence maximize effectiveness by ensuring that accounting functional and professional skills are continually upgraded and utilised
• Exhibit analytical and problem-solving ability be able to evaluate issues critically and take appropriate action to design pragmatic solutions with good commercial acumen
• Care for clients and partners seek to exceed expectations with a focus on service excellence by anticipating and proactively developing solutions for the client with longer-term benefits
• Demonstrate teamwork - work well with others and take the appropriate action to manage and minimise conflict
• Communicate effectively - create commitment to action by presenting ideas in a clear, concise manner, listen to others and use different forms of communication as appropriate
• Innovate - improve results by generating, encouraging, and supporting new ideas
• Impact and influence others - successfully navigate within the Deloitte and client organisations by building broad support among key stakeholders
• Demonstrate flexibility respond quickly to new demands, priorities or changes in direction
• Demonstrate personal leadership - demonstrate high levels of productivity and quality, act with integrity and treat co-workers with respect and dignity
• Motivate and empower others - encourage others to have a strong sense of excitement and ownership in their work and give people the latitude to run their areas of responsibility
• Coach and develop - communicate performance expectations and provide frequent and constructive feedback; provide challenging opportunities for others to grow and develop.

For a full job description please visit our online Deloitte Careers portal
Requisition code: 158091

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Please quote reference number JobG8 -6698-623886610-TITC