Manager in the Tax and Legal department
Deloitte is currently searching for a Manager in the Tax and Legal department at office in Minsk.
Deloitte is one of the world's leading professional services firms, offering a full range of professional services aimed at providing business solutions and success.
Together with our international team you will build on our winning combination of global span, local feel, professional skills, industry expertise and ongoing investment.
- Lead and develop a team of specialists devoted to tax and legal advisory services
- Run dialog with tax, legal and other state authorities
- Develop and present the service line
- Broaden the company's and personal business network
- Stay on top of professional knowledge, be recognized expert, and refine managerial skills as the role grows along with the job career
- Ability to lead the team and develop strong client relationships
- Open, creative, enthusiastic and flexible mindset, looking for opportunities to develop and excel, take ownership of goals assigned
- Highly motivated and an eager and reliable team player
- Excellent project management and presentation skills
- Prior supervisory experience
- Strong written and verbal communication skills
- University degree in business-related disciplines such as law, accounting, economics. A post-graduate qualification in tax or accounting is an asset
- 7 or more years of accounting and tax experience
- Experience with a consulting firm is an advantage
- Advanced English is a must
Please, send your CV!
Requisition code: 132138
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