Tax Acountant - EMEA

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Limerick Ireland
Cook Medical Europe Ltd
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The EMEA Tax Accountant will be based in Cook Medical’s European Shared Service Centre in Limerick, Ireland (on a hybrid working basis) and will have responsibility for tax compliance and international tax matters.


Reporting to:               EMEA Tax Manager


  • Prepare and ensure the timely filing of indirect tax returns within the EMEA region. Take ownership of the compliance process, reconciliation of the monthly tax liabilities and ensure payments are made in a timely manner.
  • Assist with the preparation of corporate tax returns as well as supporting calculations and work-papers.
  • Support tax audits/enquiries with local tax authorities across EMEA.
  • Provide support on day-to-day tax (direct and indirect) and transfer pricing queries relating to Ireland and EMEA.
  • Develop relationships with internal stakeholders and deal with external advisors, local tax authorities and other third parties.
  • Research, understand and implement new tools and systems to improve tax compliance processes.
  • Ensure that Cook’s Code of Conduct is considered in all business matters carried out on Cook’s behalf.



  • Qualified Chartered Tax Advisor (AITI CTA) and/or Accountant (ACA / ACCA / CIMA) with a minimum of 4 years of relevant experience.
  • Excellent working knowledge of corporate tax compliance processes and previous experience of managing a range of tax compliance obligations (either direct or indirect taxes).
  • Experience of working in a multinational environment with the ability to extract, analyse & review data and to make appropriate recommendations with minimal supervision/guidance.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate clearly & concisely with all levels of management and functions within the business.
  • Understanding of Microsoft Navision, SAP, Oracle or other similar ERP systems would be an advantage.


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