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Manager / Senior Manager, Corporate Tax (Financial Services)

Grant Thornton
Sydney, Australia
Closing date
Jun 15, 2024

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Job Function
Industry Sector
Finance - General
Employment Type
Full Time
Manager / Senior Manager, Corporate Tax (Financial Services)

Job no: 493690
Work type: Full time
Location: Sydney
Categories: Tax, Hybrid working

  • Work from home options | Team connection days
  • Tax compliance and advisory for blue-chip financial services clients
  • 9-day fortnight with no salary reduction

Grant Thornton Australia is a member firm of the Grant Thornton global network - one of the world's leading independently-owned and managed accounting, advisory and consulting firms.

In Australia, we're proud to support the careers of over 1,500 remarkable people. With six offices nationally and partner firms in more than 145 markets, wherever you want to go, we can take you there.

About this role

We are looking for a Manager or Senior Manager with experience serving financial services clients to join our high-performing Corporate Tax team in Sydney.

Our team provides tailored advice and insights for every aspect of the corporate tax process, helping our clients to manage business-specific tax challenges such as tax audits, international tax issues, corporate governance obligations, and mergers and acquisitions, including due diligence and deal structuring.

Key responsibilities

As an esteemed leader of our team, you will apply your expertise in both formal and informal engagements and enjoy a mixture of compliance and advisory work, delivering an exceptional experience for our clients.

  • Manage overall client engagement including relationship management, tax compliance and advisory
  • Build client relationships and identify growth opportunities in our clients
  • Involvement in business development opportunities
  • Support continuous improvement initiatives in tax compliance and process-based activities
  • Provide coaching, support and inspirational leadership to other team members

Skills and experience

  • University degree in a related discipline, such as Accounting / Finance, Business / Commerce, Legal and / or relevant professional qualification(s)
  • CA / CPA, CTA or other relevant industry accreditation(s)
  • Demonstrated experience and technical skills in corporate tax and advisory (ideally in a public practice environment) working with clients in the financial services sector
  • Proactive approach to client relationships and cross-selling of services, with a strong sense of ownership and accountability
  • Previous experience leading, coaching and mentoring less experienced team members

If you are interested in this role but don't feel that you match every single one of our requirements, we would still love to hear from you and explore the unique skillset and attributes that you can bring to the team.

Reach your remarkable

At Grant Thornton we do things differently because we understand that when you strive for better and care about what you do remarkable things are possible. We're a dynamic and authentic mix of backgrounds, perspectives and ways of thinking. We're driven by our shared purpose - we care for our people, clients and communities and support them to thrive.

With us, you'll be exposed to challenging and rewarding opportunities - building your confidence and capabilities at every step. You'll be supported, motivated and inspired by a team of passionate and caring collaborators and leaders. You'll be empowered to build a career path that's tailored to you and encouraged to make a meaningful difference. And we'll make sure the excellence you deliver and the impact you make is always seen, felt and celebrated.

Remarkable perks that put you first:

  • 9-day fortnight with no salary reduction
  • Funded professional membership and study assistance
  • Up to 26 weeks' paid parental leave | paid secondary carers' leave
  • Fully funded gym membership | Health Insurance discounts
  • And many more!

Your application

We are committed to ensuring our recruitment process is inclusive and accessible for anyone who wishes to apply, and we warmly encourage applications from individuals from diverse backgrounds including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, those in the LGBTQI+ community and individuals who identify as having a disability or are neurodivergent. Click here for more information about how we support Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at Grant Thornton.

Should you have questions or require any adaptations or additional support for your individual circumstances so you may perform at your best during the application or recruitment process please contact Sarah McGrory, from our Talent Acquisition team, on

As we provide fair consideration and evaluation to a high volume of applications, we endeavour to provide feedback on your application at the earliest opportunity.

Advertised: 11 Apr 2024 AUS Eastern Standard Time
Applications close:

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