Senior Tax Manager

  • Category
    Accounting & Finance - Accountant - Tax
  • Job type
    Direct Hire
  • Location
    Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Adecco is currently hiring for a permanent, full time, Senior Tax Manager in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. To be considered for this Senior Tax Manager role, you must have minimum 5-7 years of relevant work experience, Canadian tax experience, strong technical skills with Income Tax. Our client is a global brand that upholds a standard of excellence. At their core they distinguish themselves by providing integrity, outstanding value to the market and their clients, they provide support and commitment for their people and an environment of cultural diversity.   

Senior Tax Manager Responsibilities:

  • Work in a fast growing and challenging environment with exceptional business advisors who are eminent in their respective technical field
  • Provide value-focused tax solutions and business advice to private businesses and their owners, ranging from new ventures to multi-billion-dollar multi-national enterprises.
  • Advise, guide and support management and ownership groups in achieving their goals
  • Leverage the breadth and depth of our global tax practice in serving the needs of our clients
  • Develop solutions through debate and discussion, in our teams and with clients, focused delivering value for those clients
  • Guide the development of our emerging tax professionals as they expand their business advisory skillset

As a Senior Manager You Will;

  • Become part of the leadership team that will continue to drive the growth of the client’s tax practice
  • Plan and lead engagements focused on exploring and implementing tax strategies that help their clients achieve their goals
  • Proactively take relevant and valuable tax ideas to their clients to grow the practice
  • Build relationships at a senior level and be a trusted business advisor
  • Participate in the creation and delivery of talent development programs to support the growth of the client’s people
  • Actively mentor and coach team members to their highest potential
  • Create a learning environment through leadership

Senior Tax Manager Qualifications:
  • Minimum 5-7 years of relevant work experience advising private companies and their owners
  • Completion of the CPA Canada In-depth Tax program along with completion of, or interest in enrolling in, CICA Corporate Reorganizations course and/or Advanced Tax Issues for the Owner Manager
  • Demonstrated business advisory mindset that enables clients to achieve their objectives
  • Commitment to professional and client service excellence
  • Superior verbal and written communication skills with a proven ability to clearly explain complex tax and business issues to our clients
  • Proven ability to deliver the full cycle of project management accountabilities
  • Experienced with project problem diagnosis, solution development, client communications, facilitation of decision making, documentation, managing client expectations, project profitability and team leadership
  • Experienced in business development and building a practice
  • Ability to anticipate the long-term impact of all decisions and take a broad approach to problem solving
  • Execute a client service plan on complex engagements and work closely with the Partners in exceeding our client's expectations while identifying and mitigating business risks associated with projects
  • Canadian travel required, occasional international travel. Candidates must be able to enter the USA to work on client assignments        

If you are interested in this Senior Tax Manager job in Saskatoon, SK apply by clicking the `Apply now' button below.

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Reference number CA_EN_1_026553_12277023

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