FINLAND - TAX TRAINEE

Sumitomo SHI FW is a world leader in combustion and steam generation technology.  The company has sold close to 500 circulating fluidized bed (CFB) steam generating units around the world, bringing high-value technology solutions to utilities, independent power generators, municipalities and industrial clients. Our leadership position in CFB combustion has resulted from our commitment to deliver superior designs providing high efficiency, fuel flexibility and low emissions. 

Our power solutions expand beyond fluidized bed technologies, covering flue gas cleaning, gasification, waste heat boilers and a full spectrum of aftermarket services.  We pride ourselves in being able to cleanly and reliability convert the widest range of low quality fuels, waste materials and waste heat into affordable sustainable power, heat, syngas and steam for our clients.  Our goal to provide sustainable energy solutions for all types of power applications relies on the most talented people with the deepest know-how and experience in the industry.

Sumitomo SHI FW is looking for a

TAX TRAINEE

We are looking for a Tax Trainee for a temporary position preferably starting in May and lasting until end of September 2019. You will be part of the tax team located in Varkaus, and will assist the tax team with various tax matters, including transfer pricing documentation, commercial tax advising, tax accounting and other tax matters. We offer you a great opportunity to work in the power technology business.

We are looking for a graduate or 2-4-year student for KTM, OTM, HTM or Bachelor´s degree on Finance. Strong educational background in taxation (e.g. tax related master’s thesis) is an advantage. In this task you will need good communication skills and fluency in written and spoken English.

For further information: Katja Kauppinen, Director Tax of SFW, +358 40 5890277, katja.kauppinen@shi-g.com

Apply by sending your application, CV and a transcript of records at sfw.FI-recruitment@shi-g.com Please, write ”Tax Trainee” in the subject line of the email message.

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