Junior Tax Editor/Writer, National Tax

KPMG

Job title: Junior Tax Editor/Writer, National Tax

Company: KPMG

Job description: Overview

The Junior Tax Editor/Writer produces articles, newsletters and other online and print communication material for KPMG tax professionals and corporate and personal tax clients. These publications include:

  • A weekly 15-20 page tax journal on current tax developments for all KPMG Canada tax professionals
  • TaxNewsNow — Weekly articles on current tax developments for clients based on newsletter articles
  • TaxNewsFlash-Canada — Periodic client newsletters on current tax issues (about 50 issues per year)

What you will do

Working closely with the National Tax Publications Senior Manager, Partner and other tax professionals, the Junior Tax Editor/Writer will write and edit the contents of these publications. The Junior Tax Editor/Writer is responsible for managing the publication process, including ensuring deadlines are met and coordinating production and distribution. Depending on time availability, skills and interests, the Tax Editor/Writer may also have the opportunity to get involved in other National Tax projects and publications.
What you bring to the role

  • Excellent writer with proven success in writing, editing and managing technical or corporate publications
  • Ability to copy edit complex information with an eye for detail
  • Degree or college diploma in a communications-related field such as English, journalism, history, public relations
  • Minimum of one to two years’ experience in business communications with an emphasis on corporate rather than agency work
  • Ability to apply the principles of clear and concise writing to a diverse range of material, from plain language publications to complex technical publications
  • Flexibility in dealing with multiple deadlines and changing priorities
  • Ability to collaborate and develop beneficial relationships with authors and subject matter experts
  • Ability to work effectively with a team of professionals in a corporate environment
  • Advanced computer skills including Word, SharePoint
  • Knowledge of tax and/or personal financial planning is an asset

Our Values, The KPMG Way

Integrity, we do what is right | Excellence, we never stop learning and improving | Courage, we think and act boldly | Together, we respect each other and draw strength from our differences | For Better, we do what matters

KPMG is an equal opportunity employer and values diversity in its workforce. KPMG encourages applications from all qualified individuals and will accommodate applicants’ disability-related needs, up to the point of undue hardship, throughout all stages of the recruitment and selection process. Any assessment and selection materials or processes used during the recruitment process will be available in an accessible format to applicants with disabilities, upon request. If you require a disability-related accommodation in order to participate in the recruitment process, please contact KPMG’s Employee Relations Service team for support at email: cdnersteam@kpmg.ca or phone: 416-777-8002 or toll free 1-888-466-4778 Option 3. KPMG will consult with all applicants with disabilities who request accommodation during the recruitment process to ensure that the accommodation provided takes into account the applicant’s individual accessibility needs.

For general recruitment-related inquiries, please contact the HR Delivery Centre at cafmcdnhrsthotline@kpmg.ca.

  • Excellent writer with proven success in writing, editing and managing technical or corporate publications
  • Ability to copy edit complex information with an eye for detail
  • Degree or college diploma in a communications-related field such as English, journalism, history, public relations
  • Minimum of one to two years’ experience in business communications with an emphasis on corporate rather than agency work
  • Ability to apply the principles of clear and concise writing to a diverse range of material, from plain language publications to complex technical publications
  • Flexibility in dealing with multiple deadlines and changing priorities
  • Ability to collaborate and develop beneficial relationships with authors and subject matter experts
  • Ability to work effectively with a team of professionals in a corporate environment
  • Advanced computer skills including Word, SharePoint
  • Knowledge of tax and/or personal financial planning is an asset

Working closely with the National Tax Publications Senior Manager, Partner and other tax professionals, the Junior Tax Editor/Writer will write and edit the contents of these publications. The Junior Tax Editor/Writer is responsible for managing the publication process, including ensuring deadlines are met and coordinating production and distribution. Depending on time availability, skills and interests, the Tax Editor/Writer may also have the opportunity to get involved in other National Tax projects and publications.

Expected salary:

Location: Toronto, ON

Job date: Fri, 25 Sep 2020 22:00:59 GMT

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