We have now filled our Client Support Tax Administrator role but we are always looking for talented people to join our team.
Duncan & Toplis, one of the UK’s top regional accountancy firms, specialise in accountancy, tax, business advice, legal services and wealth management. Established in 1925, the team provide services to more than 12,000 businesses and individuals. We help each other as well as our communities, taking our social responsibility seriously by supporting local initiatives.
We develop talent and encourage ambitious individuals to progress their careers and expand their professional and personal development, whilst always ensuring we put our values – Trust, Strength, Direction, and Value – at the forefront of everything we do.
Joining us as a Client Support Tax Administrator, it would be advantageous to have the following skills, but we welcome all applicants to join our talented team:
Providing administrative support to our tax team, you will prepare and send standard letters and documents, both in the post and via our online client account, and file tax forms electronically, submitting them to HM Revenue and Customs. You will assist client onboarding in line with our engagement, maintenance, and disengagement procedures. This will include liaising with clients to arrange appointments, obtain missing information and follow up on paperwork and unreturned documents. Following instructions from the team, you will contact HM Revenue and Customs and make appropriate file notes when required. You will also be responsible for producing monthly workflow statistic reports from digital programs to monitor work progress.
At Duncan & Toplis we offer flexible working arrangements through our flexible working guide, called ‘How we work’. You can read more about How we work here.
As part of our benefits package, we also offer mental health support, time to volunteer for charitable work, and a discretionary Christmas bonus. These are just some of the perks of working at Duncan & Toplis.
Shortlisted candidates will take part in an informal telephone call before being invited to a virtual interview.