What is the subject of your request?
As an Associate in our tax team, you will advise our clients with the direct tax aspects of a transaction. You will work on a variety of (international) assignments, such as:
Carve-out and acquisition structuring
Integration of transactions (mergers, de-mergers, asset deals, etc.)
Our clients are mostly Belgian and international Private Equity players, as well as larger corporate accounts.
As from day one, you can contribute directly to the Eight Advisory success story:
Help grow a team of tax colleagues.
Share ideas and contribute in providing tailored pragmatic solutions for our clients.
Stay up to date with the rapid pace of new tax developments.
An eager team player with an appetite for knowledge is the first and most important requirement for this position.
In addition, we expect our future Associate Tax to have:
A Master’s degree (preferably in Law or Economics). An additional Master in Tax is considered an asset.
A good set of social and analytical skills and curious mindset.
An eagerness to learn and and thrive in a fast and ambitious environment.
Proficiency to communicate in English, Dutch and French
Let us help you reach your career goals
Eight Advisory keeps on raising the bar, not just for our clients but first and foremost for our employees. As an essential part or our Benelux staff, you will be part of a dynamic cross border and multidisciplinary tax team and can make a tangible difference in the development of the company and on the client’s business.
As we grow and develop, you grow and learn. In addition, we offer an attractive package with excellent fringe benefits, flexible working conditions and – most importantly! – fun at work.
You will work in a challenging and formative environment where teamwork is essential. You will also be encouraged to take part in internal development projects throughout your career. Sharing the firm’s values is essential, particularly the entrepreneurial spirit that has been cultivated since Eight Advisory was founded.
Our recruitment process consists of four steps. The first and last steps are motivational and personality interviews. The second and third steps are situational interviews (case studies).