- Entry level
- No Education
- Salary to negotiate
As a Customs and International Trade Manager, you'll join a globally-integrated team helping leading organizations to operate more effectively in moving goods around the world. You'll contribute technical skills to team assignments and advise on ways to implement strategies that help clients manage duty costs. For example, by utilizing free trade agreements, special programs, and transactional structuring. You'll also help clients proactively manage the risks of global trade, improve international trade compliance and increase supply chain effectiveness. Your proactive, pragmatic and integrated strategies will help our clients to achieve their potential in today's global environment.
Work effectively as a member of a worldwide network of professional advisors, sharing responsibility, providing support, maintaining communication and updating senior team members on progress
Collaborate with a team of customs and international trade professionals to combine diverse cross-border transaction experience with local tax knowledge across a broad spectrum of industries
Participate and assist in preparing for meetings with management teams
Assist in preparing reports and schedules that will be delivered to clients and other parties
Develop and maintain productive working relationships with client personnel
Build strong internal relationships within Customs and International Trade, Indirect Tax and across other service lines
Help people to develop through effective supervision, coaching and mentoring of staff
Conduct performance reviews and contribute to performance feedback for staff
Contribute to people initiatives, including recruiting, retaining and training customs and international trade professionals
Maintain an educational program to develop personal skills on an ongoing basis
Understand and follow workplace policies and procedures
Technical skills requirements
A bachelor's degree in accounting, actuarial science, business, finance, human resources or a related field (MBA, Masters of Tax, JD and LLM a plus) with strong academic credentials
Three to five years' experience
Additional skills requirements
Excellent written and verbal communication
Why should I work for Ernst & Young's Indirect Tax services?
Indirect taxes affect the supply chain and the financial and accounting systems of all businesses but particularly those engaged in international trade in goods and services. They can have significant impacts on cash flow, absolute costs and risks exposures. As an indirect tax services professional at Ernst & Young, you'll help leading organizations to identify risk areas and sustainable planning opportunities for indirect taxes throughout the tax life cycle. This will involve devising and providing recommendations that address a wide range of issues and problems and helping clients to meet their compliance obligations and business goals around the world. We'll give you access to leading methodologies and tools and help you to develop the skills you need to be a successful advisor. You'll also gain valuable wide-ranging experience across industries and geographies and receive support and encouragement to grow and become a leader in the tax profession.
About the company
A multinational professional services firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It is one of the "Big Four" audit firms and is the third largest professional services firm in the world by aggregated revenue in 2014.