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ANSA McAL Limited
Group Tax Accountant
ANSA McAL Limited is the parent company of the ANSA McAL Group
which has subsidiaries across the region. We are looking to recruit an
exceptional candidate for the position of Group Tax Accountant. The
incumbent will report directly to the Tax Manager and will assist with the
Tax Compliance function of the ANSA McAL Group.
1. Ensure full compliance with tax laws across the Region.
2. Conduct internal tax reviews of all the Group companies to
ensure compliance for mainly, Corporation Tax/ Business
Levy, Withholding Tax, Value Added Tax (VAT) and Pay As
You Earn (PAYE) deductions.
3. Ensure that Group companies maintain sufficient
documentation for all tax allowable expenses, allowances
and tax exempt income.
4. Prepare and review computations of quarterly and annual
returns for Corporation Tax, Business Levy, Green Fund
Levy, Value Added Tax, at peak periods.
5. Liaise with tax authorities.
6. Prepare the quarterly tax notes for publication and review
consolidation packs received for incorporation into same.
(This includes calculation of Deferred Tax).
7. Conduct training sessions with subsidiaries as necessary from
time to time.
o ACCA Qualified or First Degree in Accounting
o At least 3 years experience in a tax compliance environment
o At least 2 years audit experience with an audit firm
Interested persons should send resumes to
Please indicate Group Tax Accountant in subject line
Application Deadline: February 7, 2014
Remember, every organisation pays its
employees for their hard work and efficiency.
Individuals need to achieve the assigned tar-
gets within the desired time frame. It is essen-
tial for employees to meet deadlines and
deliver results on time. Why would an organ-
isation promote you if you do not accomplish
tasks within the desired time frame? Employ-
ees need to be efficient and proactive for
Employees need to get their work done on
time to expect timely appraisals and appre-
ciation from not only managers but also
external clients. Delaying work leads to no
solution. One needs to adopt a systematic
approach to be efficient at workplace. Do
not start a new task unless and until you are
through with your previous assignments.
Employees tend to be efficient when they
take their work seriously and do not treat it
as a mere source of burden.
Your motive in life should be very clear.
Why do you come to work? Ask yourself.
Is it only for money?
Or is it to grow professionally and make
a mark of your own?
If you attend office just to receive your
monthly pay check, think again!
Who asks you to sit in office till late? Finish
your work on time, go home and enjoy with
your friends and family. Sitting late in office
does not prove that you are a diligent employ-
ee but indicates that you have poor time
management skills and absolutely unorganized
Your organisation is not paying you for
loitering around and gossiping with fellow
workers. Interaction among employees is
essential but make sure you finish your
assignments on time.
Organise your workstation. Get rid of things
you no longer need. Keep important docu-
ments in a proper folder so that you do not
waste time in unnecessary searching. Stay
organised and get rid of clutter.
Do not waste your time chatting with
friends and family over phone, on social net-
working sites, playing games on computer
and so on.
Prioritise your work and adopt a step by
step approach. Important and urgent tasks
should be finished first.
Adopt a focussed approach at work. Focus-
ing on the most important thing increases
your efficiency. Being efficient does not mean
that you accomplish more work in less time,
ignoring the quality of work. Never compro-
mise on quality. Employees need to concen-
trate on work not only to deliver results on
time but also yield high quality output. An
employee is said to be efficient only when
he accomplishes assigned tasks on time, with
minimum errors. You need to produce quality
work in minimum possible time.
Do not work alone. Prefer working in teams
where each team member contributes his/her
level best to achieve targets within the stip-
ulated time frame.
Managers ought to delegate work as per
specialisation, educational qualification, past
experience and interest levels of employees.
This way people tend to enjoy their work
and help their organisation outshine its com-
petitors. Give yourself a deadline and strive
hard to finish your work on or before time.
Give yourself a pat on your back whenever
you meet deadlines and accomplish work on
Being efficient at workplace
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