Job Vacancy ANZ Panin Bank Head Office
ANZ is accelerating the growth of its business in Asia. ANZ realises that our greatest asset is our people. That is why we are creating a unique climate of inspiration, leadership, values and great opportunities that will enable the best in market to thrive as part of our diverse team.
Tax Finance Manager
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta)
You will be expected to have sound background & understanding of Indonesia‘s tax mechanism & regulations, particularly transfer pricing and experience dealing with local tax authorities. Tertiary qualification in a business discipline along with a minimum of 5 years tax experience is preferred. A good understanding of banking products along with superior verbal and written communication (English) will also be highly regarded. Strong analytical and problem solving skills along with interpersonal skills with the ability to influence outcomes will be an added advantage.
The incumbent is responsible for preparation and timely submission of tax reports, preparation of tax financial management information, maintaining a high level of efficiency to ensure compliance with Indonesia tax regulation and Group Taxation. In this role, you will be responsible for the country tax of Indonesia. Working closely with Group Tax and the Asia Pacific Division, you will implement and manage all tax related matters for ANZ’s operations primarily in Indonesia. You will maintain strong working relationship with internal and external stakeholders.
As the tax manager, you will be expected to manage tax disputes, tax audits and relationships with local tax authorities in conjunction with local CFOs and regional tax managers. Additionally, you will manage regular analysis and commentaries on the taxation aspects of balance date reporting, including income tax expense and balance sheet tax accounts. The role designate will need to have strong linkages into Group Taxation (in Melbourne) to ensure local initiatives and policies are consistent and complimentary with Group objectives and tax values.
As a job holder, your other responsibilities will include working collaboratively with others to ensure quality output and high performance, and foster the tax learning and development of local tax representatives. You will need to display personal leadership in meeting ANZ tax objectives, sustaining morale and high performance. Ideally, you will be required to be abreast of tax developments by Governments, external professional bodies and industry trends and ensure dissemination of the tax impacts to relevant businesses.
This is an opportunity to undertake a role offering you exceptional opportunities for professional development with a broad range of career paths.
Due to regulatory requirements, this role is only open to Indonesian nationals.
“Valuing everyone between A aNd Z”.
If you receive this advertisement through job boards, please log onto www.anz.com/indonesia , quoting ref.no. JAK 100409.
Friday, August 28, 2009
Job Vacancy ANZ Panin Bank Head Office
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