With 71,000 employees, around £436 billion revenue, and around 33 million customers, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is a major business with serious responsibilities:
Quite simply, HMRC work and the revenue it collects touches the lives of every single adult and business in the UK, from students and single mothers, to the largest multi-national corporations. HMRC is the business that helps keep the UK working. As such, HMRC is completely in a league of its own.
HMRC are looking for graduates who will have a 2.2 degree before September 2012 to join our Tax Professional Development Programme.
The application process for this programme will open on 19 September 2011 and the successful applicants will start work in September 2012.
The work that HMRC does is vital for the UK economy, especially in the current economic climate when HMRC is committed to reducing the deficit. Despite public sector cuts we still need people with the potential to become part of the highly trained cadre of tax professionals who tackle the most challenging aspects of tax work in HMRC. The Tax Professional Development Programme exists to identify and develop these people.