Recruitment picks up for tax and practice in H2 2010

David Tuohy 26.11.2010

Despite the ongoing economic turmoil and an austerity budget looming, tax recruitment in Dublin is showing signs of recovery.

Market picks up for tax and practice job opportunities
Despite the ongoing economic turmoil and an austerity budget looming, the tax market in Dublin is showing signs of recovery. While 2010 was a relatively stagnant market in terms of the volume of transactions, the number of new tax roles coming on stream in Q3 and Q4 to date has increased steadily in comparison to H1 and the outlook remains positive for the coming year.
Most encouragingly there has been a marked increase in corporate tax hiring within practice firms driven by an expectation of increased business within our key industry and financial services clients. Tax advisors within financial services are more valuable than ever and this area will see a growing demand for indirect tax, international corporate tax and transfer pricing experts in 2011.
There has been a significant increase in other practice areas in the last quarter of 2010 particularly within the big four and top 10 accountancy firms. We are currently working with top firms in Dublin where there is urgent demand for experienced candidates particularly within audit; internal audit; risk advisory; corporate recovery and business performance departments.
In anticipation of this growth in 2011, Morgan McKinley is holding a tax professionals career forum at which key industry and financial services tax experts will speak and offer advice to recently qualified tax practitioners. This is an ideal event for ambitious tax professionals to attend to help effectively plan their next career move.

While 2010 was a relatively stagnant market in terms of the volume of transactions, the number of new tax roles coming on stream in Q3 and Q4 to date has increased steadily in comparison to H1 and the outlook remains positive for the coming year.

Most encouragingly there has been a marked increase in corporate tax hiring within practice firms driven by an expectation of increased business within our key industry and financial services clients. Tax advisors within financial services are more valuable than ever and this area will see a growing demand for indirect tax, international corporate tax and transfer pricing experts in 2011.

There has been a significant increase in other practice areas in the last quarter of 2010 particularly within the big four and top 10 accountancy firms. We are currently working with top firms in Dublin where there is urgent demand for experienced candidates particularly within audit; internal audit; risk advisory; corporate recovery and business performance departments.

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Consultant | Accounting & Finance Recruitment
dtuohy@morganmckinley.ie

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