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Corporate Tax Assistant Accountant - Aberdeen

ref: EW29895


We are currently seeking a Corporate & Tax Assistant Accountant for our client based West of Aberdeen on a permanent basis.

The main purpose of the position will be to support the Corporate Accounting team by assisting across a range of aspects of corporate reporting and statutory compliance for the Company, and provision of support to the Tax Department in relation to the company’s statutory tax filing requirements.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Responsible for all hydrocarbon sale billings, including raising invoices & checking payments etc.
  • Responsible for all intercompany activities such as billings, processing journals, liaising with other subsidiaries, quarterly intercompany confirmations, settlements etc.
  • Responsible for a number of monthly corporate journal entries
  • Responsible for completion of PRT1/2 workbooks required for semi-annual tax returns.
  • Support the team in gathering and interpreting the necessary production, sales and expenditure information to enable timely submission of Petroleum Revenue Tax (“PRT”) returns.
  • Supporting then reviewing associated assessments, loss determinations and expenditure decisions issued by HMRC.

QUALIFICATIONS / TRAINING

  • Educated to University degree level or equivalent in finance/accountancy or related subject

If you feel you have the necessary skills and experience and wish to view the full job description, please get in touch directly.


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