A career in our Financial Services Tax practice, within Corporate Tax services, will provide you with the opportunity to help our clients meet their tax obligations while managing the impact tax has on their business. You’ll advise clients on their local and overseas tax affairs, while acting as a strategic consultant related to business analysis, managing working capital, and profit sharing for partners. You’ll also help organisations understand the pricing implications of goods and services between related parties, as well as providing advice on tax implications of deals.
Our team helps our Financial Services clients navigate the frequently changing and complex national and international tax environment related to stringent capital requirements, management of operational tax risks, and tax implications of investing in different jurisdictions. You’ll help our clients with their tax structuring while helping to address the challenges of the continuously changing tax world, both locally and globally.
A position on our school & college leaver tax technician programme is one of the earliest ways of joining PwC and start training for a professional qualification.
From day one you’ll start to build a promising career, specialising in the ever-changing field of tax.
This school & college leaver role will be based in Corporate & Indirect Tax and your role will be to support these busy client teams who provide clients with advice and guidance about issues surrounding paying and minimising their tax bills.
Your responsibilities will include a range of tasks which will vary depending upon the area of Tax you join. However generally this will involve:
• Technical research
• Attending meetings with senior staff
• Establishing and developing third party relationships such as with the Inland Revenue
• Drafting client correspondence
• General office duties
You will be able to study towards the ACCA qualification to become a Chartered Certified Accountant. Or alternatively you can study towards the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales (ICAEW).
Who is this vacancy for?
It doesn’t matter who you are or what your schooling background is. As you’ll no doubt have gathered by now, we believe diversity is our strength. However you must be academically strong – see below academic requirements.
A minimum of 112 UCAS points in one sitting. The subject of your A-levels are not important.
Do you need a Work Permit?
Due to immigration restrictions in Jersey and Guernsey the Channel Islands practice is unable to consider trainee candidates who require work permits. Work permits are currently only granted once candidates are fully professionally qualified.
To avoid disappointment, apply as early as you can.