Tax Advisor Sint Maarten

Are you ready for the next step in your career and eager to grow within your field of expertise?
At Baker Tilly St. Maarten we offer the opportunity to grow within our Tax practice and we recognize and cherish talent and ambition.
Baker Tilly St. Maarten is currently recruiting a
As Tax Advisor you will become part of our tax and consultancy practice. Within our tax practice you will advise both local and international clients on a wide range of taxes.
Job requirements
  • a master’s degree in tax law or a Master of Laws with a specialization in tax law;
  • maximum of 6 years of relevant working experience in a professional advice and/or tax compliance practice, preferably in the Caribbean;
  • proactive and professional attitude;
  • accurate and communicative; and
  • fluency in Dutch and English, both written and verbal
Our team consists of professionals who are experts in their work field, service minded and cooperative. At Baker Tilly St. Maarten, professionalism and a high-quality standard are prerequisites for our service to clients. If you recognize yourself in this profile, we might be the perfect match for you!
Baker Tilly St. Maarten is an independent member of Baker Tilly International, a worldwide network of financial specialists in the field of accountancy, tax and management consultancy.
We offer an attractive benefits package, a pleasant working environment and extensive development opportunities.
Please send your application to:
Baker Tilly Dutch Caribbean
Attn: Marloes van Hemert
Snipweg 30
T +5999 736 6300
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Responses will be treated confidentially.
An assessment can be part of the selection procedure.

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