Manager - Tax

Tāmaki-makau-rau/Auckland, NZ
Tax & Business Advisory – Tax /
Permanent Full-Time /
Hybrid
Tōia mai te waka! - Haul the canoe!  
Ki te urunga te waka! - To the entrance place!  
Ki te moenga te waka! - To the resting place!  
Ki te takotoranga i takoto ai te waka! - To the place where it will lie!  

Join us. But be you. At Deloitte, you’ll do more than just join something, you’ll add something.  You’ve found a place that values your curiosity, passion, and desire to work alongside brilliant people on the things that really matter. There really is only one question: What impact do YOU want to make?
 
Permanent full time based in our Auckland office.
 
·         Globally recognised leader in Professional Services & employer of choice for Professionals
·         Annual Leave, Birthday Leave & Community Volunteer Days
·         Flexible working options available so you can have work/life balance
 
We are currently seeking an enthusiastic tax specialist at Manager level to join our Auckland based team. Being part of the largest specialist tax practice in Auckland, you will have the opportunity to work as part of a diverse team that continues to grow.

Deloitte New Zealand's tax team is widely regarded as experts and leaders in their field. Covering a broad range of tax issues, our team works with some of the biggest and best clients to deliver outstanding tax advice and exceed our client’s expectations and partner with their business to grow. During your tenure, you will be responsible for managing a portfolio of clients ranging in size and covering a broad range of tax issues faced by high-net-worth individuals and large privately owned business.

About this team:  
Deloitte has both a deep knowledge of tax and statutory requirements and a breadth of experience applying that knowledge in practice. Our approach combines insight and innovation from multiple disciplines with business and industry knowledge to help our clients excel. We utilise this knowledge and experience by simplifying tax management for clients and enhancing their visibility for making informed strategic decisions. 

Our People and Culture make this a great place to work. Each of us is unique and valued for that, among the best and brightest in the business, and we take pride in our own achievements and the success of others. The culture is about inclusion, collaboration, high performance, and opportunity. All this translates into the best environment in which to drive your career forward.  

While a typical day is difficult to articulate, below are some key aspects of the role:
- Applying knowledge of current and pending tax legislation and processes in areas of specialisation to client problems 
- Preparing/reviewing income tax provisions for the purpose of reporting in financial statements  
- Fact based decision making by using the appropriate research techniques and skills 
- Helping clients mitigate risk, meet compliance obligations and statutory deadlines, and realise business goals 
- Advising on a wide range of business tax matters from compliance to planning, whilst understanding the implications of expansion, acquisition, divestment, and reorganisation in local contexts 
- Reviewing income tax provisions in accordance with applicable tax accounting standards and confirm all related tax provisions 
- Assisting clients in the resolution of tax disputes 
- Improving work efficiency, effectiveness, and client service by using common technology tools 
- Acting as a role model and recognising others for the impact they make  
- Developing high-performing people and teams through challenging and meaningful opportunities 
- Delivering exceptional client service; maximising results and driving high performance from people while fostering collaboration across businesses and borders 

Enough about us, let’s talk about you. You are someone with:  
- 5+ years’ work experience in a tax advisory environment.
- A professional qualification in law or accounting.
- A strong understanding of end-to-end tax processes and the NZ tax environment.
- Experience in working with High Net Worth individuals and their family groups and/or large privately owned businesses would be beneficial but not necessary.
- Experience using Xero and/or other Financial ERP/Business Systems.
- Ability to demonstrate management flair, drive and identify business development opportunities.
- Proven experience delegating and reviewing work in relation to junior staff members.
- Coaching and mentoring experience in relation to a successful team.

So, who is Deloitte in Aotearoa?   
We are driven to create an impact that matters at every opportunity. Supported by a strong leadership team and member firms from over 150 countries across the globe, Deloitte New Zealand is in the business of solving complex problems. Over our 175-year history, we have built a reputation for impactful delivery across audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory, tax, and technology services. Deloitte in Aotearoa recognises the uniqueness of our country identified in our founding document, Te Tiriti o Waitangi. We uphold our responsibility(s) to the founding document and acknowledge Māori as the Tangata Whenua/Indigenous people.    

Our workplace and culture  
We are driven by our desire to create positive outcomes for our clients, communities, and people.  Our purpose is to make an impact that matters. Everything we do is with intent - the intent to make a meaningful difference. Our shared values are at the heart of everything we do. Living these values, including ‘taking care of each other’ and ‘fostering inclusion’, is essential to ensuring everyone feels included at work and able to reach their full potential. For us to succeed and thrive as an organisation, we understand the importance of creating a culture where diverse perspectives matter and where everyone is given an equal opportunity to grow and develop.  

Deloitte yRewards  
We hold a simple belief – that our people’s hard work should be recognised and rewarded beyond their remuneration.  

We offer  
- Flexible work arrangements – work in a way that suits you, us, and our clients best      
- Subsidised professional qualification and paid professional memberships  
- Subsidised health insurance  
- Income protection insurance  
- 22 days of annual leave  
- Social events, social sports teams, and monthly firm drinks  
- A focus on wellness and well-being   
- Community focused volunteer days  
- A focus on the environment and sustainability  
- Plus much more   

Does this sound exactly like the sort of role and organisation for you? Then apply now! We’d love to hear from you.  

Mauri ora ki a koe/The essence of life to you   
The Deloitte Recruitment Team 
Deloitte is an equal opportunity employer (EOE) and we are committed to providing a working environment that embraces and values diversity and inclusion. Knowing that people work best in different ways, we are happy to discuss alternative arrangements if the working pattern you are looking for is not specifically indicated.  If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to advise us at the time of application to assist you through the recruitment process. 

Studies have shown that women and people from under-represented backgrounds are less likely to apply for roles where they do not match the job description criteria exactly. If you're excited about this role and think you have what it takes, but your experience doesn't align 100%, we still want to hear from you and would encourage you to apply.

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