Manager - Business Tax (Private Customer Service) - Tax and Legal - Shenzhen

As a personal customer service manager/senior manager, you will

  • Have substantial experience in handling China tax issues for private owned enterprises;
  • Lead an engagement team on project basis to provide tax consulting and compliance services to clients;
  • Have strong marketing sense to promote our services and maintain client relationship;
  • Ensure compliance within the team with Deloitte policies and quality / performance standards;
  • Manage and supervise senior and junior staffs in day-to-day work;


  • Bachelor's degree or above in tax, accounting, finance, law or other related disciplines
  • Professional accounting qualification or PRC registered tax agent or lawyer is required
  • Over 5 years' experience for manager and over 8 years' experience for senior manager in tax function with CPA firms, tax authorities or large corporations. Strong Technical skill in severing Private owned enterprises; Strong Marketing skill in approaching private owned clients in the market.
  • In-depth understanding of tax policies, rules and regulations
  • Strong analytical and highly commitment to quality client service
  • Strong consultation skills, communication skills, self-initiation, teamwork spirit and willingness to work under pressure
  • Be mature, proactive, committed, motivated with strong sense of teamwork
  • Excellent project management and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent leadership and business development skills

Requisition code: CN124456

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