The role
In this role, you’ll work closely with sector specialists in our R&D tax credit practice to help ensure the written reports of clients’ qualifying R&D projects are clear, concise, accurate, technically robust and meet all HMRC expectations.
 

You’ll be a key point of contact to show our clients that we understand their business and the intricacies of their R&D work in a particular field of science or technology. We’ll look to you to do the technical research to gather information about our clients, their sectors and industry to ensure our delivery team understand why a project qualifies.

That’s not to say you’ll need to come from a tax or industry-specific background, though. We welcome all kinds of qualities and experiences. Perhaps you’re a graduate looking for your first role, an experienced report-writer, analyst, researcher or technologist who is used to processing lots of information and isolating key technical details – or you might be a software, science, or engineering graduate looking for an alternative career.

All we’re looking for is a proactive and enthusiastic person with a strong work ethic, natural curiosity, critical thinking and information analysis skills. If you have a desire to work in a fast-paced environment with a diverse team of sector specialists and tax professionals in a role that could lead into our tax associate programme in time, then this role could be for you.

To be successful here, it’s fair to say you’ll need a degree, ideally in a STEM subject, an interest in R&D, not to mention science & technology – and have excellent communication skills, particularly the ability to write persuasively about technically complex projects. If that’s you, we’d really like to hear from you.