Core responsibilities:

  • Leading the process of integration with respect to taxation of the AnordMardix business unit with the strong footprint in Ireland and the UK ,
  • Managing the tax registration, administration and deregistration of foreign permanent establishments for Irish and UK group companies,
  • Leading and coordinating the direct and indirect tax compliance efforts for Flex affiliates in Ireland and the UK,
  • Managing and coordinating the various Irish and UK corporate income tax, transfer pricing, international taxation and VAT inquiries,
  • Assisting the Irish and UK operations and finance teams with the drafting of intercompany service agreements,
  • Supporting the corporate tax team that is responsible for monitoring and measuring the US GAAP effective tax rate of Flex global operations and assisting in aspects of ASC740 / FIN48 accounting for income taxes processes for the Irish and UK group companies,
  • Acting as a resource on questions and issues raised during the preparation of Irish and UK tax filings and tax audits, and
  • Acting as a resource on questions and issues raised in relation to Irish and the UK flows for various internal and external suppliers and customers.

Non-core responsibilities:

  • Being an integral part of our global M&A tax team; e.g., tax due diligence and post-acquisition integration,
  • Assisting in the implementation of global Flex initiatives with focus on taxes,
  • Assisting Human Resource team where needed in connection with the tax aspects of international employee assignments,
  • Supporting financially and tax efficient logistic flows for various internal and external suppliers and customers,
  • Assisting internal audit team with the review of internal VAT compliance processes,
  • Monitor changes in tax codes across Europe, anticipate and develop steps to mitigate any impact, and
  • Communicating the impact of all the above with our European and US based finance teams.

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Extensive knowledge of and experience with UK corporate income tax and VAT regulations, basic knowledge of Irish income tax regulations is a plus,
  • Experience with the administration of permanent establishment in the European region,
  • Solid knowledge of and experience with corporate income tax principles in Europe, international taxation, VAT as well as cross border tax planning models,
  • Familiarity with BEPS Action Plan and Pillar I and Pillar II developments is a plus,
  • The candidate should further demonstrate
    • the ability to work in a strong team
    • Manage projects in a constantly changing environment
    • learning, understanding and applying tax regulations in multiple European jurisdictions
    • independently prioritize and organize projects
    • Take ownership and responsibility to complete projects

We’d expect this person to have at least 5 years of combined professional tax experience with a reputable tax advisory firm and in-house tax role with a large multinational company with accompanying professional degree from a university along with additional credentials, CPA, or progress towards achieving. Additional European language skills (Italian, German) will be beneficial.