State Income Tax Positions Available

Please see also Credits and Incentives PositionsSales Tax Positions, Property Tax PositionsValue Added Tax Positions.

Senior Tax Accountant Income Tax (Danbury, Connecticut) - If you are seeking an exciting opportunity that offers room for growth and advancement in a multinational tax department, look no further!  Praxair has an immediate need for a talented Senior Tax Accountant to join our dynamic Tax team in Danbury, CT.   Our Tax team is made up of over 15 tax professionals who bring a wealth of tax knowledge, experience and exuberance to everything we do. We work together with Treasury, Corporate Accounting, Legal and other Praxair business groups. We are dedicated to minimizing time spent processing tax filings while enhancing the professional growth of our team members. Primary Responsibilities: Compiles and reviews Tax Provisions per ASC740. Engage directly with Praxair business groups on various tax matters. Oversees and reviews the completion of the tax packages from local operations. Enhances the automation of the Tax Accounting and Compliance processes. Works with all levels of professionals within and outside of the Tax Department. Preparation of Federal and State income tax estimates, extensions and returns. Preparation of International Tax Compliance (5471, 8858 and 1118). Assists audit team with federal and state examinations. Aids with research and planning. Mentors interns in all aspects of tax estimate and return preparation.  Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, MST degree or courses a plus. CPA preferred. 2-6 years of Tax experience.  Previous or current Public Accounting experience is required. Understanding of federal and state income  taxation. Knowledge of fundamentals of ASC 740. Proficiency with tax software and ability to make process improvements is highly desired. Please apply at Date Posted: 5/16/2018 (IPT2267)

Client Manager Administrator (Addison, Texas) - National Tax Resource Group is a national property tax firm located in North Dallas/Addison, TX. We have been serving owners and managers of commercial and multifamily properties since 1999 and offer competitive compensation and benefits to our team members.  Job Tasks: Provide administrative support to assigned Client Manager(s) as well as NTRG Staff, when necessary, which includes but is not limited to:  data entry into online database and generating online reports; copying/scanning documents; online and telephonic research of commercial property; communicating with consultants/clients in a timely manner; tracking all assigned Client Manager properties; verifying tax rates, values & status of appeals. Be well organized, thorough, accurate, and detail-oriented.  Be able to:  multi-task by organizing and prioritizing assigned tasks (task management); follow instructions as they are given; provide accurate support to the Staff in gathering and processing information; receive incoming phone calls, screen when necessary, answer routine inquiries, and takes messages in a very professional manner. Work effectively exemplifying teamwork with the NTRG Staff to accomplish both group and individual tasks.  Recognize and respect the needs of others and provide the necessary support to accomplish the goals set by herself/himself and other Staff. Accept responsibility well and seek resolution to problems without being asked.  Attempt to identify ways to streamline tasks and volunteer to help others when her/his own workload allows.  Support and take direction from multiple individuals and possess the ability to clarify the assignment, communicate any issues that conflict with the assignment or its deadline, and prioritize accordingly. Demonstrate dependability in all aspects of the  job. Be professional in both appearance and communication skills with a pleasant demeanor and a strong work ethic. Skills Required: Applications – MS Office; Adobe Acrobat; Internet research. Hardware – General office equipment such as copier/scanner/fax, binding machine, 10-key, printer, and business phone system. Send resume to apply@ntrg-tax.comDate Posted: 5/4/2018 (IPT2263)

Senior Tax Analyst (Lake Forest, Illinois) - This position will primarily be responsible for preparing and analyzing complex income tax positions and returns for our Multinational enterprise. This includes all areas of Direct Taxation: 1) Multi-state, Federal and International. This role will also gather information for tax audits and respond to tax related questions and requests. In cooperation with other team members, support a broad range of State and local, federal and international tax compliance arena’s .This includes preparing and compiling information used in US and international tax reporting from 5471’s and 8858’s  to State apportionment. Ensure quality and compliance with internal control requirements in execution of assigned tasks and compliance routines. Preparation of quarterly income tax estimated payments and extensions. Reconcile Tax Accounts for tax activity and changes. Assist with income tax audits and communicate with local business units in supporting responses to audit inquiries from tax authorities. Provide tax research and documentation of tax filing positions. Assist with special projects as needed. JOB REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or equivalent.  CPA is a plus. Four or more years of experience preparing corporate income tax returns either in a public accounting or a corporate tax department. Send resume to Date Posted: 4/17/2018 (IPT2302)

Income Tax Analyst (Dundee, Michigan) - LafargeHolcim. The Income Tax Analyst will assist in all areas of US income taxation, including income tax compliance and audits, quarterly and year-end tax provisions, and tax planning projects. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES: Prepare federal, state/local income and franchise tax working papers and tax returns and support calculations. Prepare extensions and estimated tax payment calculations. Assist with federal and state/local income tax audits. Prepare/assist with quarterly and annual tax provision, tax reporting, and supporting working papers. Reconciliation tax accounts in general ledger. Perform tax research, document and present findings on issues affecting the US tax structure. Assist with transfer pricing documentation preparation. Provide assistance on special projects. Keep abreast of changes in tax statutes and regulations, incorporate relevant changes. Maintain personal and corporate integrity in all actions. Other duties as assigned. Regular interaction with Financial Planning & Analysis and Corporate Consolidations to ensure proper interpretation of book results as well as the appropriate reporting of tax for financial reporting purposes, communication with Accounts Payable and Treasury to ensure timely payment of tax liabilities. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: Required Education:  Bachelor's/Undergraduate Degree. Additional Education Preferred: Master's/Graduate Degree. Field of Study Preferred:  Tax Accounting or Tax Law.  Required Work Experience:   0-2 years of corporate income tax experience including participation in tax research and planning projects. Travel Requirements:  Less than 10%. Licenses Preferred:  CPA or Master of Tax. Required Computer and Software Skills: Experience with OneSource and Advanced Excel Skills required. SAP experience a plus. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite and G Suite (formerly Google Apps for Business). Additional Preferred Experience: Previous experience with U.S. manufacturing companies. Possess a high level of technical US federal and state/local income tax skills. Be well organized and detail oriented. Have excellent oral and written communications skills. Able to work as a member of diverse teams including members from different functional areas (including Treasury, Accounting and Finance) and locations. A mixture of accounting firm and corporate experience is preferred. Must be able to apply tax principles consistent with sound business practices. Demonstrated strong judgment abilities. US federal and state/local tax compliance and tax accounting experience required. Experience using tax research tools and familiarity with sophisticated tax concepts preferred. Link to application: EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled. Date Posted: 3/22/2018 (IPT2292)

Manager/Director, State & Local Tax (Ridgewood, New Jersey) – Fandl, LLC has an immediate opening for a Manager/Director to focus on state income tax, sales and use tax and property tax consulting and advocacy in our Ridgewood, NJ office. Job Responsibilities: Manager or Director level position requires applicants to have strong multi-state income, sales and use tax and/or property tax knowledge; strong business development skills and an entrepreneurial spirit.   Applicants will manage multi-state state income, sales and use tax, and property tax audits and appeals and provide consulting to Fortune 500 and middle market companies. Other responsibilities include client development, staff development, compliance management and review, tax research and analysis.  Applicants will have daily interaction and correspondence with tax authorities, clients and other team members. Qualifications: Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in finance, economics or accounting and 7 plus years of experience.  A professional designation, such as CMI, JD, MAI, ASA or LLM is preferred. Big 4 experience a plus.  Experience in the Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Word, and Excel) is required.  Ability to work independently, managing and prioritizing multiple tasks are a must.  Strong entrepreneurial, analytical, research, communication and negotiation skills will differentiate the ideal candidate.  Travel required. To apply, please send your resume to Date Posted: 3/13/2018 (IPT2287)  

Senior Tax Analyst (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - As a Senior Tax Analyst you will work in a challenging, fast-paced and dynamic team environment, reporting to the AVP of Tax & Treasury. You will develop and gain valuable experience in a wide range of tax disciplines including US federal and state tax reporting, and related reporting for US GAAP & Statutory tax accounting purposes and audit. Your success in this role will offer a fantastic career track. Through commitment and hard work you will assume more progressive roles of responsibility. Becoming a subject matter expert in multiple areas of tax will allow your career to grow to new heights. Duties will include: Preparation of a variety of monthly, quarterly and annual financial documents including the following:  Federal and state tax returns; Current and deferred tax provisions for the Statutory and GAAP financials; Calculation of quarterly income tax prepayments; Quarterly and annual statutory tax footnote; Tax provisions for the Audited statutory financials; Tax-to-Provision work papers for Statutory and GAAP provisions; Carryback Claims for Net Operating Losses or Capital Losses. Lead a variety of tax projects and research around topics such as cost analysis, job credits, executive compensation credit, R&D. Assists in the identification of potential tax savings and/or costs by reviewing and analyzing tax information, schedules, tax notices and discrepancies. Monitor federal state and local tax law changes and assess impact to the company. Assist with implementation of changes in tax laws, process improvements, planning opportunities, and other ad hoc projects. Reviews basic to complex work prepared by lower level tax accountants and serve as a mentor to less experience accountants. Serve as tax subject matter expert to be an information source for the organization. Respond to internal and/or external audit requests as necessary. Perform various forms oversight and compliance. Coordination of IRS tax audits, state tax audits as well as working with 3rd party audit partners. Qualifications:  Bachelor's degree in accounting/finance or equivalent education/experience. 5+ years of related accounting or tax experience. Proven understanding of accounting principles. Comprehensive knowledge in the application of federal and state tax laws and regulations. Ability to handle multiple projects and complete work within established deadlines, willingness to embrace new projects, ability to work individually and within a team, organizational and prioritization skills. Strong oral and written communication skills with the ability to communicate at all levels of the organization. Strong collaboration skills and the ability to establish and maintain constructive and positive working relationships with internal clients and external professionals. Strong analytical skills and experience; ability to recognize, analyze and solve complex problems. Knowledge of Statutory accounting principles helpful. Apply Here: Date Posted: 3/8/2018 (IPT2285) 

Licensing Analyst (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Global Strategic Accountants. The primary function of the Licensing Analyst will be to support the Registration and the Project/Consulting Team in all assigned areas of projects, consulting engagements and registrations requirements for all clients for both tax and regulatory. The position will require organization, research and meticulous attention to detail and methodology for building and increasing long-term firm practices and standard operating procedures. The position will assist the Statutory Agent and DOR and local level indirect tax registration function and be responsible for building a comprehensive forms database of all potential required registrations for automated form population by state & jurisdiction in a software tool licensed to the firm. Qualifications/Education and/or Experience requested (NOT REQUIRED): Bachelor’s Degree in Finance; Accounting; Social Science; Research; Business Management or Economics. Strong desire to research and solve problems both qualitative and quantitative. Strong desire to move ahead and take on more responsibility. Quick and decisive action demonstrator. Please email directly with your interest! Date Posted: 3/5/2018 (IPT2281)   

Senior Licensing Manager (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Global Strategic Accountants. The primary function of the Licensing Manager will be to operate and manage the Qualification, Annual Reports and Registered Agent Department in all assigned areas of projects, consulting engagements and registrations requirements for all clients for both tax and regulatory. The position will require organization, research and meticulous attention to detail and methodology for building and increasing long-term firm practices and standard operating procedures. The position will manage all department employees, function and be responsible for building a comprehensive forms database of all potential required registrations for automated form population by state & authority in a software tool licensed to the firm and be integral in building and implementing new firm initiatives to streamline the licensing software. The primary functions/areas or expertise for this position include: Entity Formations. Articles of Amendment. Dissolution or Withdrawals. Mergers. Certificates of Good Standing. DBA (renewals, registrations, and filings). Trade name securement. Foreign and domestic qualifications. Annual reporting. Stock retirement procedures. Registered Agent and Resignation Process. Guam, Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands Qualification and Licensing Requirements. International Business License Research. Qualifications/Education and/or Experience required: Bachelor’s Degree in Finance; Accounting; Social Science; Research; Business Management or Economics. Paralegal or Legal Degree is highly desired. Telecommunications experience is highly desired. Strong desire to research and solve problems both qualitative and quantitative. Strong desire to move ahead. Quick and decisive action demonstrator. Please email directly with your interest! Date Posted: 3/5/2018 (IPT2280)