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Senior Tax Manager

Irish Tax Institute

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This is a great career for challenging and strategic work, and also allows you a great opportunity to travel if that interests you.

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The job is very dynamic and varied. Since joining ESBI I have been involved in engineering, business development and the CDM process. I am currently exposed to legal contracts and financial models. The job is definitely not boring!

The great thing about ESBI is that there is the opportunity to move around within the company and experience different roles.

I also really like the people I work with. The majority of the Carbon Solutions team are female which is a pleasant change in an engineering company!

The other great thing is the travel.

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