Tax Apprenticeship Programme – Belfast
- Company: EY
- Location: Belfast
- Closing Date: 27-06-2022
Help local and international businesses find better ways of doing tax whilst you progress towards becoming a tax advisor. Developing your understanding of local and international tax laws is at the heart of this apprenticeship. After an EY induction you’ll join your team where you will specialise in a particular area of Tax.
Wherever you’re based, you’ll be learning on-the-job, have access to coaching and training opportunities and lots of support from your team, too. In your first year you’ll also begin working towards your professional qualification. Over the course of the apprenticeship you’ll build invaluable business skills and knowledge that will ready you for a brilliant career, wherever you set your sights.
About the programme
Tax- Tax affects every aspect of our lives and laws are always changing. We help local and global organisations, from start-ups to influential multinationals, manage every element of their business’s tax.
Technology in Tax – You’ll work closely with colleagues across borders, using EY tools and networks to solve complex business and tax problems. By combining the power of EY’s tax experience with innovative technology, you can help us transform the tax function of the future.
- Working across various specialist tax teams within UK & Ireland
- Working directly on tax reporting, technical research and data analysis alongside senior colleagues
- Building important relationships with clients
Salary: £19,100 Qualification: ICAEW
We operate an open access to all policy and we don’t screen out any applications only on your academic performance at GCSE or A-Level. However, you’ll need a minimum of Level 2/GCSE (or equivalent) in English Language and Maths and to have completed three A-levels, five Highers or equivalent by the time the programme starts. It is therefore important that you provide us with your top three obtained or accurately predicted A-Levels (or equivalent) as these will be verified and considered as part of the offer process should you be successful. Any drop in grades could jeopardise your offer of employment.