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HMRC - Recruitment Presentation

Ellison Building, Room A102b

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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.

In 2013 to 2014 students voted HMRC as the best graduate recruiter in the banking, insurance and financial services sector.

HMRC’s Tax Specialist Programme (TSP) leads to work as a generalist tax professional or specialist in technical or investigative work. The programme is structured to identify and develop your potential, ensuring you’re ready to take up a senior tax position when you complete the programme, which takes around 3 years. The three years are split between case work in the office, class-based learning and home study previous to exams.  Opportunities are available in Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds, Liverpool, London (Greater and Central), Manchester, Newcastle and Nottingham.

Come along to find out more.

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Ellison Building, Room A102b


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