Financial Assistant Role with possible relocation to London, U.K. – Part Time
Swanson Reed is an international R&D tax and innovation specialist advisory firm. We are currently recruiting a financial assistant who will assist us with preparing global R&D claims, costings, and making sure the numbers add up.
The position will begin with probationary training locally within Toronto for 3 months, followed by a 2 year transfer to our Central London office in Trafalgar Square U.K.
Swanson Reed is looking for a financial/admin assistant to support our team in the UK. The position will begin with probationary training locally within Toronto for 3 months, followed by a 2 year transfer to our Central London office in the U.K.
The job will consist of:
Assist in the identification, analysis, and submission of eligible R&D expenses as part of the R&D Tax Credit claim
Liaise with clients from a wide array industries to gather relevant information related to eligible expenditures
Engage in preparation of costings, invoices, and other financial information
Assist in educating accountants through webinars, workshops, and other marketing materials
Assistance with the development of R&D plans
Keeping up-to-date knowledge on the R&D tax credit
Other tasks as required
You will receive on the job training and guided until you are fully competent.
Competitive salary and Swanson Reed will cover the cost of the visa application and flight to London U.K.
A completed degree is science or business.
In order to have a right to live and work in the UK, applicants for position must have one of the following:
Canadian citizens and under 30 years of age;
Have a grandparent or parent that was born in the UK
Hold or be eligible for passport within the UK or European Union
One years experience work in a professional firm in business, accounting or law is preferred.
A self-starter with an inquisitive mind who demonstrates a committed and flexible approach will excel in this role.
Toronto (with possible relocation to Central London, U.K. after 3 months probation).