Posted on :
21 Oct, 2016
21 Oct, 2016
With more than 58,500 employees, nearly £540 billion revenue, and around 45 million customers, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is a major government department with serious responsibilities.
HMRC’s work and the revenue it collects touches the lives of every single adult and business in the UK, from students and single mothers, to the largest multi-national corporations. HMRC is the business that helps keep the UK working. As such, HMRC is completely in a league of its own.
The diversity of the work at HMRC calls for a range of tax professionals and offers a broad range of career paths and possibilities.
HMRC’s Tax Specialist Programme (TSP) leads to work as a generalist tax professional or specialist in technical or investigative work.
Job Title: Graduate Trainees (Tax Professionals)
This is an intensive 3-year programme designed to equip you with both technical (tax) knowledge and the professional skills you will need to apply that knowledge when dealing with your customers.
Stage 1 provides you with a broad foundation of knowledge and skills across different areas of tax.
Stage 2 deepens your tax knowledge and also builds your broader professional skills and other competences that HMRC needs from its future tax professional leaders.
During this time, you will be working towards gaining an externally accredited qualification.
Throughout, you will be working with and learning from an experienced team, and your responsibility will increase in line with your knowledge and confidence. Before you know it, you’ll be carrying out interviews and site visits, and perhaps even leading a team.
Your programme will include:
The programme has a modular structure, each one commonly lasting around 2 or 3 months. You will have to demonstrate your application of acquired knowledge and skills in the workplace and there is often a formal exam at the completion of a module. Your manager will aslo monitor and assess your performance throughout.
You must already have the right to live and work in the UK throughout the period of the scheme. If your right to live and work in the UK will expire before the end of the end of the 3 year training programme you will not be eligible to apply. HMRC does not offer sponsorship to enable employment in the UK.
Civil Service pension schemes may be available for successful candidates.
Further details can be found at:
Daily Travel Allowance may be available to successful HMRC applicants if they meet all the eligibility conditions.
Method of Application
Interested and qualified candidates should click below to apply