Help Games Companies Access Tax Breaks

Help Games Companies Access Tax Breaks

BFI LOGOEver wanted to be a Certification Analyst? The British Film Institute is looking for people to join them as assessors, carrying out the cultural test video games companies will need to pass in order to qualify for tax breaks.

Based in London, the position is open to people with industry experience and an understanding of video games themselves:

The BFI is the lead body for film in the UK, with the ambition to create a flourishing film environment in which innovation, opportunity and creativity can thrive.

We are looking for a Certification Analyst to assess applications under the Video Games Cultural Test and provide timely recommendations to DCMS, ensuring compliance under the relevant UK legislation as well provide pro-active advice and guidance to the Video Games community on certification matters.

The ideal candidate will have a degree or relevant industry experience with solid numerical and statistical skills and an awareness of the British Video Games certification and tax relief process and its value to the Video Games industry and wider economy, as well as a proven ability to analyse, interpret and extrapolate information from Video Games supporting documents including but not limited to budgets, and legal agreements.

You will enjoy benefits such as a final salary pension scheme, 28-33 days annual leave per year, tickets to BFI festivals and events plus many others.

Check out the entire job listing on the BFI website.


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