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R&D Engineer - electrical/electronic engineering




£45,000 to £55,000



R&D Engineer - electrical/electronic engineering

up to £55,000

As an R&D Tax Assistant Manager, you will play a pivotal role in assisting their clients in identifying and securing R&D tax credits and incentives. You will be responsible for analysing and interpreting technical and financial information related to clients' R&D activities, preparing accurate and compelling R&D tax credit claims, and collaborating with both clients and internal stakeholders to ensure successful outcomes.

  • Conduct thorough reviews of clients' R&D activities, including technical documentation, financial records, and project details.
  • Collaborate with clients and internal teams to identify eligible R&D projects and activities, ensuring compliance with UK R&D tax legislation and guidelines.
  • Prepare accurate and comprehensive R&D tax claims, including technical reports and financial calculations, in accordance with HMRC regulations.
  • Conduct in-depth technical interviews with clients' technical teams to extract relevant information and identify eligible R&D activities and costs.
  • Analyse financial data, cost breakdowns, and project budgets to determine eligible R&D expenditures and appropriate tax credit calculations.
  • Keep up-to-date with changes in R&D tax legislation and regulations to ensure compliance and provide proactive advice to clients.
  • Support clients during HMRC audits and enquiries related to R&D tax claims, addressing queries and providing necessary documentation.
  • Assist in developing and implementing internal processes and tools to improve the efficiency and accuracy of preparing R&D tax credit claims.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams within the firm, including audit and tax professionals, accountants, grant specialists, to ensure successful R&D tax credit outcomes for clients.


  • Experience working within the R&D tax sector or from a technical industry (such as electrical/electronic engineering) background.
  • An understanding of UK R&D tax guidelines and UK tax legislation is preferred but not essential as this can be learned on the job.
  • Bachelor's degree in a scientific or technological field such as engineering (mechanical, electrical, civil), life sciences (biomedical, pharmaceutical), computer science, physics, mathematics.

To discuss this opportunity further please contact Maisie on 07855746366 or email


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