Tax Careers: Milne Craig

TAX TRAINEE VACANCY (GRADUATE AND NON-GRADUATE)

[CLOSING FOR APPLICATIONS ON TUESDAY 25TH MAY AT 5PM]

The directors are pleased to announce that we have an additional vacancy for a new trainee within our tax department starting around August this year.

Applications, with a full Curriculum Vitae, should be emailed to our head of tax, Donald Parbrook at-  donald.parbrook@milnecraig.co.uk as soon as possible as the vacancy will close to new applicants as soon as an acceptable shortlist for interview has been achieved.  We are welcoming direct applications for the trainee position i.e. we are not accepting agency applications for trainee roles at this time.

Our tax team is twenty strong and works on personal and corporation tax compliance as well as advisory projects.  We have a strong track record and many of our team have qualified as Chartered Tax Advisers with support with training materials and courses alongside full time employment.

Traineeships in our tax department are open to both graduate and non-graduate applicants (and the training programme tailored to suit accordingly).  However, all trainees have to demonstrate an interest in working in a professional environment within a busy tax team and a strong enough academic record to suggest they will be willing and able to obtain the professional qualifications to at least “Association of Tax Technician” standards.

Applicants with a degree are expected to have a 2:1 standard honours degree.  Applicants without a degree should have suitable evidence of very good mathematical skills at school or college level, or work experience within a professional firm in tax or accountancy type work but wish to have the opportunity to obtain professional training and study support for membership of the recognised professional bodies.  Excellent English skills are also required as reading professional technical guidance and the legislation, and preparing written communication for clients is a key part of a long term career in tax.

Posted 18th May 2021.

 

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