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Working Student Indirect Tax Technology - PwC

Location: Amsterdam
Employment: Part-time, Temporary
Do you have a study background in Tax Economics or Tax Law, are you interested in VAT and/or Customs, and are you ready to put theory into practice? Then apply now for a working student position in our Indirect Taxes business unit.

Do you have a study background in Tax Economics or Tax Law, are you interested in VAT and/or Customs, and are you ready to put theory into practice? Then apply now for a working student position in our Indirect Taxes business unit. For three months, you'll spend several days a week shadowing experts in our advisory practice and see for yourself what it's like to work as a PwC consultant with companies that operate in the Netherlands and internationally. Your more experienced colleagues will naturally guide you every step of the way and help you learn the tricks of the trade. In addition, you’ll work with the latest technology and discover how technical solutions can improve the client’s  VAT- and Customs-related processes. During your time as a working student, you will have plenty of opportunity to work with colleagues in our Tax practice, both in the Netherlands and internationally. You'll also see why VAT and Customs are fascinating fields. You'll gain a genuine understanding of how companies are organised, what they actually do, and how they structure their business and logistics processes. In short, as a working student you’ll have the perfect opportunity to get to know PwC and its Indirect Taxes business unit and perhaps even grow into an Indirect Tax Consultant yourself! 

Interested in your future colleagues and your workweek? Have a look at our visual image of the position here:

Who are we?

We are PwC, a global business service provider active in Digital Technology, Assurance, Tax and Advisory. Our Tax practice consists of four business units: Corporate Tax, Indirect Taxes, People & Organisation and Tax Reporting & Strategy. Indirect Taxes has seven different teams divided over five branches. As a student working for Indirect Taxes in Amsterdam, you will join one of the following teams:

Financial Services: your focus will be on clients in the financial sector

Public Interest Entities: you will advise large companies that operate internationally

Real Estate: you will work on the VAT and transfer tax aspects of real estate transactions 

Technology, Process & Control: you will advise on and implement technology systems and data analysis assignments

Value Chain Transformation: you will work on large transformation projects for international clients

Read more about the rest of our teams at The other teams are located in Rotterdam, Eindhoven, Utrecht & Groningen.

Who are you?

  • You are talented, inquisitive and ambitious and eager to show what you have to offer as a working student. 
  • You have a university study background in Tax Law or Tax Economics (candidates majoring in Tax & Technology will have an advantage).
  • Your ambition is to be a successful tax consultant.
  • You are curious and want to get acquainted with PwC’s culture. 
  • You enjoy getting to know new people.
  • You see this working student position as a stepping stone to a job at PwC and are keen to work in the field of VAT and/or Customs in the future.

What does the work involve?

As a working student, you will be an integral part of the team to which you are assigned. After all, the point is for you to experience what it’s like to work for PwC and how it feels to be part of the team. Your work will be very diverse. For example, you will be involved in technical analyses and compliance assignments, work on technological solutions and, if you're lucky, attend a meeting with a client or with the Tax and Customs Administration.

If you are writing your thesis or graduation project, you can certainly count on the team's support when you have questions or want to brainstorm about your thesis or any other subject.

What do we offer?

  • Many training and courses that contribute to your personal and professional development;
  • An appropriate salary and extensive employment benefits. These benefits include a 'well-being budget'. This is a personal yearly budget of €750,- that you can spend on your health, e.g., mindfulness, sports, lifestyle coaching, a second screen for your home office and noise cancelling headphones; 
  • Monthly internet allowance; 
  • A lease car or car allowance, laptop and an iPhone;
  • 30 holiday days per year. 

Apply now!

Are you interested in a working student position at PwC and do you meet the requirements? Then apply now by clicking the button. We will respond to your application within two weeks at the latest. 

If you are undecided about which Indirect Tax team is best for you, you can – by mutual agreement – also do a combined working student ship. 

We would like to receive the following documents:

  • Resume;
  • Cover letter (please tell us which team you have chosen and why you wish to work for PwC);
  • Grade list(s) Bachelor and Master.

Information and application:


Please send your application for Working Student Indirect Tax Technology at PwC in Amsterdam including your resume, cover letter and grade list(s) Bachelor and Master via our website.

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Job posted
09 april 2021
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If you have any questions about this opening, please do not hesitate to e-mail me.

Laurien Elion
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