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Senior Tax Analyst (Atlanta, Georgia)
- The Senior Analyst, Indirect Tax is primarily responsible for property tax and fuel & excise tax compliance. Property tax compliance involves data gathering and analysis, preparation for and direct negotiations with state tax commissioners on property valuations, return filings and tax payments.  Fuel & excise compliance involves communicating directly with field personnel to gather information on taxable fuel movements. This position assists the Manager, Indirect Tax in negotiating property tax assessments and settlements with state taxing authorities, tax incentives for new capital investment and also participates in, and may present at, industry trade association meetings and conferences related to property, excise and sales & use tax. The Senior Analyst also supports sales & use tax audits, unclaimed property reporting and property tax incentives & credits, monitors state tax legislation, maintains tax calendars, researches federal and state tax issues and reconciles indirect tax monthly accruals. Conducts daily work in compliance with Colonial’s safety policies and procedures. Demonstrates Colonial’s core values of Safety, Personal Integrity, Respect, Innovation and Teamwork in completing work assignments. Essential Functions and Responsibilities:  Property Tax Compliance 40%. Includes planning, data gathering, analysis and return preparation, negotiations with tax authorities, assessment review & processing tax bills for payment. Fuel & Excise Tax Compliance 30%. Includes correspondence with field operations personnel and preparation of monthly and quarterly federal and state fuels & excise tax returns. Sales & Use Tax Audits 10%. Involves audit planning, correspondence with state sales & use tax auditors, data gathering and analysis and negotiating audit settlements. Incentives & Credits 10%. Works closely with the Business Development team to obtain details of capital projects and communicates with outside consultants to facilitate application for tax incentives, such as property tax abatements. Unclaimed Property 5%. Prepares annual state compliance filings and monitors state Websites for potential CPC abandoned property refund claims. Other Duties as assigned 5%. Assist in other tax or non-tax projects, such as emergency response activities. Requirements: BS in Accounting, Finance, Engineering or related field. 5 years indirect tax experience or relevant pipeline industry experience. Participation in Indirect Tax Organizations. Training in Unitary Taxation of Utilities. Preferred: Property Tax & Excise Tax Experience, CPA, CMI, or PMP Designations. Member of IPT & other state taxpayer groups. Has Attended training related to Unit Valuation. Skills & Abilities: Has several years of indirect tax experience or a detailed understanding of pipeline operations. Skilled communicator, with presentation experience and an interpersonal leadership style. Skilled negotiator, with the ability to reach favorable tax positions for the company with taxing authorities. Excellent data analysis and problem solving skills, with the ability understand key drivers in property valuations and their impacts on property tax assessments. Ability to identify missing/incomplete information, inconsistencies/anomalies in more complex data. Detail oriented, able to multitask and to meet deadlines. Proactive, self-motivated, and able to work in a team or independently. Excellent follow-up skills, must be persistent. Strong organization skills with great attention to detail . To work independently with minimal direct supervision. Must work with and communicate effectively multiple departments. Has the ability to speak directly with taxing authorities and customers when called upon to do so. Send resume to kfuqua@colpipe.com.  Date Posted: 6/27/2017 (IPT2165) 

Property Tax and Real Estate Analyst (The Woodlands, Texas) - You may not realize it, but you’ve likely used a product today made possible by the plastics and chemicals manufactured by Chevron Phillips Chemical. From medical supplies and electronics to food packaging, cosmetics, soap, household detergents and carpet, we create the building blocks for more than 70,000 consumer and industrial products. We are a global company with 5,000 employees serving customers in nearly 140 countries and generating about $10 billion in annual revenues. Our research discoveries have helped transform our industry, and safety remains our top priority each step of the way. Ask any Chevron Phillips Chemical employee what they like best about their job and universally, the answer is “the people I work with!” We have a “small company feel” and uphold a culture of mutual respect and inclusion. A diverse group of people working together means we are bringing the best ideas to the table. We also value work-life balance, and love to see our employees thrive both professionally and personally. The communities where we live and work are an integral part of what we do. We show our commitment by volunteering locally and making a pledge to sustainability. To us, sustainability means keeping the health and safety of our workforce paramount, being a responsible steward of the environment, creating the chemical building blocks for products that will exceed customer expectations, and acting responsibly and ethically across our global business dealings. There’s never been a better time to work for Chevron Phillips Chemical. Construction of our $6 billion U.S. Gulf Coast Petrochemicals Project is nearly complete, having provided 10,000 construction jobs to the Houston area. When complete, we will be even better equipped to serve the global and growing demand for high quality plastics used in products that improve our quality of life. If you’re ready to grow with us, apply today! CPChem's Corporate Finance Department is seeking to fill a Property Tax and Real Estate Analyst position, located in The Woodlands, Texas, which will report directly to the Manager of Property Tax and Real Estate.  This position will primarily provide support for property tax reporting, but may gain certain Real Estate and Right of Way responsibilities.  Key responsibilities include: Rendering, negotiating, and paying real and personal property taxes, which involves gathering and analyzing real and personal property data obtained from various sources throughout the company, uploading that information into the Property Tax Management System (PTMS), using that system to create renditions and mailing those renditions to the taxing authority.  Review and analyze value notices received from the taxing authority and make informed decisions on what notices to pursue protest hearings.  Communicate and negotiate with the assessor and possibly with the ARB, where required, both informal and formal settings.  Compare tax bills received with notices of value and renditions to assure taxes are correct and have been properly entered in the PTMS.  Successful creation of check request utilizing PTMS and timely payment of taxes to all collectors.  Must develop the necessary property tax skills and capabilities to use SAP and PTMS software to carry out these responsibilities. Utilize effective communication skills (both oral and written) to gather pertinent information, filter and analyze, to complete documentation to apply for inventory incentives and exemptions, including inventory date election, freeport exemption, Foreign Trade Zone exemption and interstate/foreign commerce exemptions. File exemptions on a timely basis as defined in the Texas Property Tax Code.  Must understand and be able to communicate the requirements of each type of exemption to acquire the necessary data from various sources throughout the company to successfully pursue the exemption. Review property tax valuations concerning railcars, pipeline, business personal property and inventory compare to historical valuations; present findings and discuss negotiation strategies with manager. Negotiate final valuations with property tax assessors in both informal and formal protest hearings including ARB hearings, on behalf of the Company.  Negotiations will include values for $1,000,000 or less. Prepare estimates of property tax accruals for budget purposes, perform reconciliations and manage Internal SOX audits related to property tax. Participate in training, on-the-job or otherwise, to obtain knowledge/skills to research, analyze and evaluate property rights and issues, and to manage disputes resulting from property trespass, encroachment, and damage claims.  Review real estate documents such as sales agreements, easements, leases, permits and renewals, and provide analysis of tax liability to the team. Use information to update department documentation, i.e. right of way database and other systems, to ensure proper accounting treatment.  Must be comfortable in handling transactions in all these areas. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required, preferably in Business, Economics, Engineering or a related field. In lieu of degree, 10+ years of relevant experience will be accepted. Relevant experience should include, property tax cycle, appraisal, negotiating and ROW experience.  Some knowledge of accounting requirements will also be helpful. Previous property tax, appraisal or related experience is preferred. Chemicals or oil & gas industry experience preferred. Knowledge of general real estate law and of right of way principles is a plus. Strong organization and time management skills with the ability to prioritize responsibilities and meet deadlines. Outstanding analytical, communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to develop positive relationships with internal and external customers, resolve related disputes, and to work effectively with team members. Fluency in Microsoft Office and the ability to quickly learn other software (PTMS and SAP). Willingness to learn and participate in all aspects of the department. Some limited travel is required. Chevron Phillips Chemical Company is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, age,disability, veteran status or marital status.  Chevron Phillips Chemical offers competitive salaries, a comprehensive benefits package and at most locations, alternate work schedules. To learn more about Chevron Phillips Chemical and to be considered for a position, please visit us online today at www.cpchem.com.  Paper resumes will not be accepted. All job seekers must go to the web site to be considered for positions. If you are interested in applying for this position and need an accommodation to apply, please contact our Human Resources Service Center at 1-800-446-1422, option 4. Date Posted: 6/20/2017 (IPT2163) 


US Indirect Tax Planning Senior Manager (Redwood Shores, California) – Oracle US. Responsibilities: Gather and analyze evidence and financial information to support the company on sales, business license and property tax matters. Perform research, analysis and applies state and local tax laws to Oracle’s business transactions to support audits, mergers and acquisitions, technical positions for sales, business license and property tax. Interact with functional and product experts to understand and document relevant and accurate business transactions, models and product facts. Advise internal business partners (Sales Teams, Legal, Credit and Collections, A/P, Invoicing, Ordering, Procurement, Supply Chain) on tax issues and, as needed, assist with the identification and implementation of operational and/or systematic changes that minimize tax risks and enable process effectiveness. Train and coached staff and contractors in a manner that empowers them and produces increasing quality of work product. Assist in the design of metrics that are meaningful to measuring service levels, tax risks, and benchmarks for assigned ownership of processes.  Report status to Senior Tax leadership, perform root cause analysis and recommend/implement continuous process improvement. Preferred Requirements: Experience in writing and articulating tax technical positions. Detail oriented, analytical, and able to manage multiple tasks.  Functional understanding of computer tax and ERP systems including data capture and flow.  Strong written and verbal communication skills. BA/BS in Accounting or Finance preferred.  CPA and/or MS/MBA tax and/or J.D. preferred. As part of Oracle's standard employment process, candidates will undergo a complete background check prior to an offer being extended. These background checks are conducted by a professional third party firm at no charge to the applicant and include: prior employment verification, education verification, social security trace, criminal background check and motor vehicles records (where required for position). Oracle Supports Workforce Diversity. For consideration, please submit your resume at https://www.oracle.com/corporate/careers/index.html requisition ID: 17000P8R or contact brock.musgrave@oracle.comDate Posted: 6/20/2017 (IPT2162) 

US Property and Business License Tax Manager (Redwood Shores, California) – Oracle US. Responsibilities: Perform review of property and business license tax filings. Maintain tax filing calendars. Reconciliation of tax account activity. Train and coach staff.  Maintain current knowledge of property and business license tax laws affecting Oracle’s property and business license tax compliance. Review and/or perform analysis and compilation of information to ensure accurate and compliant tax filing positions. Design and implement compliance process improvements. Preferred Requirements: Detail oriented, analytical, and able to manage multiple tasks in a complex business environment.  Experience with property and business license tax concepts, account reconciliations and supporting sources. Train and coach tax staff. Collaborate with internal business partners to recommend solutions and optimize tax compliance processes. BA/BS in Accounting or Finance preferred. As part of Oracle's standard employment process, candidates will undergo a complete background check prior to an offer being extended. These background checks are conducted by a professional third party firm at no charge to the applicant and include: prior employment verification, education verification, social security trace, criminal background check and motor vehicles records (where required for position). Oracle Supports Workforce Diversity. For consideration, please submit your resume at https://www.oracle.com/corporate/careers/index.html requisition ID: 17000PUP or contact jon.gamble@oracle.comDate Posted: 6/20/2017 (IPT2161) 

Consultant (Washington DC, Rosslyn) - Property Tax, Commercial. Ryan LLC (www.ryan.com) is the largest provider of Property Tax services in North America. The Property Tax Consultant (“Consultant”) works with a team to identify and provide clients with a wide range of valuation services designed to efficiently and effectively manage their property assessments and property taxes. Duties and Responsibilities: Works effectively with clients and taxing authorities on a national basis. Attends client meetings and property inspections. Offers appraisal and valuation services to various clients. Prepares and reviews property reports. Analyzes assessment notices and determines potential assessment reductions. Determines liability for development projects. Applies software knowledge to efficiently work with client data. Interacts frequently with members of a team. Communicates effectively through written and verbal channels. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Real Estate, and/or Economics with entry level to three years related appraisal and/or assessment experience required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have advanced knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. Valid driver’s license required. This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Send resume to rahul.sharma@ryan.com. Date Posted: 6/2/2017 (IPT2157) 

Tax Associate (San Jose, California) - Tax Specialty - Property Tax. Haws Consulting Group (HCG) is a premier provider of nationwide tax compliance, audit defense and business license management services.  For more than 25 years, we have been maximizing our client’s profits by minimizing their tax, tax management, and business license liabilities.  Clients choose HCG because we provide superior client service, provide expertize in Silicon Valley industries, and we deliver results.   We are looking for the next generation of passionate, motivated individuals to help grow our team. HCG is currently seeking Tax Associate for our Tax Compliance and Audit practices. Responsibilities: Provide tax compliance and advisory services to partnerships, corporations, and S-corporations for a variety of clients from Fortune 100 companies to emerging businesses. Assist new clients with onboarding, internal collection and coordination of multiple jurisdictions of tax documents, asset files, and analysis of locations and headcount.  Assist with the preparation and filing of multi-state Business Property Statements, Business Licenses, and Annual Reports. Assist with the preparation and filing of Client Audits, including analysis, reconciliation, client communication and client representation. Work as part of a team helping to provide industry knowledge and experience; learning and validating new corporate tax laws across the country. Assist in helping grow client contacts and client relationships within our portfolio of solutions. Assist in managing risk and financial performance of engagements including billing, collections, and project budgets. Advise clients and be responsible for delivering high quality tax service and advice, serve as a liaison between clients and upper management. Participate in and contribute to market and business activities external to the firm. Qualifications: Two to five years of combined advisory or relevant industry experience in tax, property tax, audit and/or financial management, with an understanding of complete financial analysis process. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and/or Finance from an accredited college/university. Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, familiarity with ERP Systems (Oracle, NetSuite, SAP, Hyperion, and/or Cognos) is preferred. Excellent communication and analytical skills. Experience in delivering and managing multiple clients and engagements. Experience in the development of proposals, deliverables, and reports.  Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States without the need for visa sponsorship now or in the future. HCG offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package, including vacation, medical/dental, HSA, and 401K savings plans.    HCG is an equal opportunity employer and maintains a drug-free workplace.  No phone calls or agencies please. Send resume to erik@ptax.com. Date Posted: 5/25/2017 (IPT2154) 

Consultant (Seattle, Washington) - Property Tax Commercial. Ryan LLC (www.ryan.com) is the largest provider of Property Tax services in North America. The Property Tax Consultant (“Consultant”) works with a team to identify and provide clients with a wide range of valuation services designed to efficiently and effectively manage their property assessments and property taxes. Duties and Responsibilities: Works effectively with clients and taxing authorities on a national basis. Attends client meetings and property inspections. Offers appraisal and valuation services to various clients. Prepares and reviews property reports. Analyzes assessment notices and determines potential assessment reductions. Determines liability for development projects. Applies software knowledge to efficiently work with client data. Interacts frequently with members of a team. Communicates effectively through written and verbal channels. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Real Estate, and/or Economics with entry level to three years related appraisal and/or assessment experience required. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have advanced knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. Valid driver’s license required.  This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Send resume to rahul.sharma@ryan.com. Date Posted: 5/23/2017 (IPT2150) 

Manager Property Taxes (Irvine, California) - The Irvine Company. We are master planners, community builders, real estate investors, and asset managers committed to a comprehensive master plan for The Irvine Ranch® drafted in the early 1960s. We plan and bring to life balanced, sustainable communities with a full range of housing, job and retail centers, schools, recreation, trails, parks, greenbelts and permanently preserved open spaces. Our vision — like our history on this precious land — is long-term. We invest our talent, energy and resources in the highest quality planning, design, and construction that will last for generations, and assure an unparalleled quality of life for those who live and work here. Job Duties: Organize and track several thousand tax bills including Secured, Unsecured, Escape and Supplemental notices and bills. Assist with preparation of multi-million dollar property tax payments to five California counties. Prepare and review of a variety of compliance documents including Business Property Statements, Assessment Appeals applications, Change of Ownership reports, and New Construction reports. Preparation of various special projects as needed including escrow prorations, assessor parcel reconciliations, tax analysis, assessor audits, and maintenance of the Property Tax database. Preparation and assist in presentation of assessment appeals to the Assessor or Assessment Appeals Board. Manage and perform all aspects of the business personal property compliance function:  FA review, reporting, assessment review, tax bill review and payment processing and audits.  Education & Experience: B.A./B.S. in Accounting, Business, Finance or Public Administration or related field. Five or more years experience in Property Tax or related field. Working knowledge of county departments, specifically the Assessor, Tax Collector and Auditor/Controller. Proficiency in Excel and Adobe required.  Working knowledge of Microsoft Access and Google business applications a plus. Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines while focused on accuracy. Ability to meet travel requirements of the position. (estimated 20%). Excellent communication skills and ability to work in a team environment.  The Irvine Company is committed to providing equal opportunity in all of our employment practices, including selection, hiring, promotion, transfer, compensation, termination, and training, without regard to race, religion, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, pregnancy, age, medical condition, genetic information, military and veteran status, disability, or any other basis protected by federal, state, and local law. Reasonable accommodation is available for qualified individuals with disabilities, upon request. To apply, Click Here. Date Posted: 5/23/2017 (IPT2149) 

Senior Indirect Tax Manager (Glen Allen, Virginia) – AECOM is actively seeking a creative, highly talented Senior Manager - Indirect Tax for immediate employment for the Glen Allen, VA office. AECOM is proud to provide our employees with exciting, challenging projects. Responsibilities: Reports to the Director of Indirect Tax. Manages a group of fifteen employees including two supervisors, three to four senior analysts and nine staff members for sales and use, property, payroll, business license, gross receipts and other indirect taxes. Oversees compliance, audits, transaction and contract review, and training for company personnel. Handles research and communication for various tax matters with legal, tax and operations personnel. Helps with staff professional development and training. Oversees exemption certificates for vendors and customers along with managing W-9s and W-8s. Oversees account reconciliations for indirect tax accounts. Maintains and updates documentation for tax return procedures and other responsibility procedures. Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance. 10+ years or more of indirect tax experience especially with compliance, research (CCH) and audits for sales and use tax, property tax, gross receipts tax, business licenses. Experience handling indirect tax audits especially sales and use tax and property tax audits. Strong and effective written and verbal communication skills. Experience reconciling indirect tax accounts. Ability to interact with employees, vendors, customers, and direct reports in a professional and customer service oriented manner. Ability to work independently and with a team in a fast-paced and high volume environment with emphasis on accuracy and timeliness. Due to the nature of the work, US Citizenship is required. Preferred Qualifications: CMI or CPA preferred. Oracle ERP system experience preferred. W-9 and W-8 experience. Experience with automated software (Vertex or Sabrix) implementation is helpful. To apply, http://aecom.jobs/glen-allen-va/senior-manager-indirect-tax/BAC4BC0213414DCB8B38CE967C126D1F/job/. Date Posted: 5/16/2017 (IPT2147)

Sr. Tax Accountant, Non-Income Tax (Springdale, Arkansas) - This position is primarily responsible for supporting company-wide compliance for state/local tax credits and incentives by working closely with internal resources and state/local governments. Other responsibilities include assisting with state tax audits, performing tax research, providing support for sales and use tax returns filed, assisting with the preparation of state sales and use tax returns, and various other tax related activities. This position is also responsible for creating and maintaining data files, and reports using various database applications and spreadsheet software for internal accounting use within the Tyson functional areas. This includes assisting in maintaining the general ledger master data for tax purposes, including data input, processing, and output to users at Corporate and most Tyson locations, and assisting new users of the financial reporting system. Other responsibilities include assisting other users who are having problems with tax software applications, creating reports, reconciliation of tax accounts and performing other duties as needed. This position should also be able to research and interpret state tax laws in order to support tax positions. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree or equivalent with emphasis in accounting. General knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles, tax laws and accounting is required.  4+ plus years of experience in tax or other relevant areas. Public accounting experience as well as CPA certification is a plus. Standard computer skills. Candidate must have ability to work with Vertex software, SAP, Excel, Access, IDEA software, Word, and Outlook. Must have ability to perform technical research using CCH, BNA, RIA, or other tax research tools. Good written and verbal communication skills. Aptitude toward communicating with individuals at all levels within the organization, as well as state and local economic development individuals. Travel: 1 to 5 domestic trips per year. It is preferred for this position to have the ability to multitask, good interpersonal skills. Advanced understanding of technological components associated with sales and use tax automation. Tyson is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status. Disability Friendly. To apply for this opportunity go to http://www.tysonfoodscareers.com/ >Search by state or keyword 51589BR - Sr Accountant Tax. Date Posted: 5/16/2017 (IPT2146)

Property Tax Analyst - The Collier Companies is the largest provider of student housing in the nation owned by a single individual. The Collier Companies' still-growing portfolio is comprised of more than 11,250 units in Gainesville, Tallahassee, and other locations in and out of Florida. The Property Tax Analyst would be responsible for managing the property taxes for over 50 entities.  This would include the review of property tax value notices for purposes of prioritizing those for follow-up appeals/protest due to being outside expected norms or at variance to budgeted amounts. Phone and/or personal meetings with county tax assessors for purposes of negotiating property values to within acceptable parameters for both current properties and in-process/complete construction. Ability to present the analysis supporting the proposed valuation of properties to appraisers, consultants and attorneys. Identify and pursue cost reductions for property taxes.  Assist with property tax budgeting and forecasting and other issues as needed. This position could be part-time/seasonal or full-time if candidate also has experience in two or more of following areas: tangible tax, internal auditing, cost segregation, construction financial management, or income tax preparation. Qualifications - 3 years of experience in appraisals, ideally in Alachua or Leon Counties in FL., a bachelor’s degree in business, finance, accounting, public administration or real estate; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and/or experience. Please send resumes to tim.blakemore@colliercompanies.com. Date Posted: 5/15/2017 (IPT2143)

Senior Manager, Indirect Taxes- Audit, Planning and Analysis (New York, New York) - Tax Specialty: Property, Sales, Income and Value Added Taxation. Loews Corporation is recruiting a strategic, adaptable and innovative Senior Manager with subject matter, audit and planning expertise, who is extremely detail-oriented and thrives in a small, high profile tax group.   This dynamic self-starter will lead all facets of the Indirect Tax discipline, including audit defense, transactional, research & planning and return review.  The successful candidate will have substantive, hands-on experience of non-financial diverse businesses with the proven ability to address changing business needs.  As a member of the Loews Corporate Tax group, you will continue to develop expertise and gain exposure to a diverse group of businesses and learning opportunities in a collaborative environment. Essential Responsibilities and Duties: Advises on and manages critical compliance, conducts reverse audits, governmental audits, research & planning and special projects. Prepares audit analyses, responses, protests and appeals, coordinating at times with outside service providers and ensures that corrective post-audit actions are implemented. Provides written and timely guidance to operating businesses ensures accuracy in practices and procedures and advances thoughtful risk mitigation. Performs due diligence and strategic analysis regarding the Indirect Tax impact of mergers, acquisitions, dispositions and restructuring.  Stays abreast and educates others of trends and developments. Implements identified operational efficiencies. Assists subsidiaries with indirect tax issues as needed. May perform additional duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Strong technical skills and experience in multistate tax laws, theory and audit planning and management.  Robust knowledge of New York, California, Florida, Illinois, Louisiana and Pennsylvania distinguishes this candidate. Strong working knowledge of corporate, partnership and disregarded entity classifications as they pertain to Indirect Taxes. Strong analytical, critical thinking and decision making skills. Strong ability to manage and influence others, both directly and indirectly and to work effectively across cross functional groups. Effective verbal and written communication skills, with an emphasis on the ability to communicate complex transactions and audit results in a straightforward, easy to understand manner. Experience & Education: 10+ years of demonstrated hands-on senior leadership in a small Indirect Tax group.  Consulting firm or mid-size to Big 4 accounting firm experience with direct client responsibility in various industries required.  A combination of public accounting and in-house corporate experience preferred. State government tax audit experience a big plus. Bachelor’s Degree in accounting or finance.  Masters in Taxation, J.D. or CPA is a plus. Requires a minimum of 10% travel. Link to Apply: http://tinyurl.com/kzyurvw. Date Posted: 5/11/2017 (IPT2141)

Tax Accountant (Atlanta, Georgia) - BlueLinx Corporation headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia is a leading distributor of building products in North America.  Employing approximately 1,900 people, BlueLinx offers greater than 10,000 products from over 750 suppliers to service approximately 11,500 customers nationwide, including dealers, industrial manufacturers, manufactured housing producers and home improvement retailers.  The company operates its distribution business from sales centers in Atlanta and Denver, and its network of approximately 40 distribution centers.  Additional information about BlueLinx can be found on its website at www.BlueLinxCo.com. We have an immediate opening for a Tax Accountant with 2-5 years of Sales and Use Tax experience.  Property Tax experience is a plus. The accountant will be responsible for providing compliance support, including preparation and review of tax returns and payments.  Job Responsibilities: Prepare multi sales and use tax, property tax and business license returns on a timely and accurate basis. Ensures all tax payments are made in a timely fashion. Track a monthly filing and payment calendar. Performs monthly, quarterly and annual reconciliation. Complies with all internal controls. Complete assigned tax accounting reports (journal entries and account reconciliation, etc.). Respond to inquiries from States and other tax authorities. Responsible for maintenance of tax files. Job Qualifications: Experience with OneSource Sales and Use Tax. Experience with PTMS (Property Tax Management Systems) a plus. Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance preferred. A minimum of two - three years of Sales and Use Tax work experience. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong teamwork and analytical skills, and close attention to detail preferred. Strong computer skills, including proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Must be a quick learner, self-motivated and self-starter. Ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines. Send resume to TIFFANY.WILLIAMS@BlueLinxCo.com Date Posted: 5/10/2017 (IPT2140)

Tax Analyst (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Atrium Hospitality. This position is responsible for administering sales and use taxes with a focus on the production of timely and accurate returns. The ideal candidate will work closely with the Senior Tax Analyst to ensure completion of day-to-day tax operations in the Corporate Accounting Department. Primary responsibilities include organization, compliance, balance sheet reconciliation and record retention. This position requires the highest level of professionalism, integrity and teamwork from an individual who is positive, responsible and dependable. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist in the preparation, filing and payment of indirect taxes for all managed hotels (Including the sales/use taxes, gross receipt tax returns, real estate taxes, personal property taxes and state excise taxes). Prepare the calculation of Use Tax requirements to ensure accurate and timely tax filings. Prepare with annual escheatment reporting. Assist with the preparation of other non-revenue returns (Form 8027 etc.…). Prepare balance sheet account reconciliations and related analyses. Review revenue and exemption information for accuracy prior to the preparation of the tax returns. Resolve tax notices received from state and local tax jurisdictions. Meet high standards of productivity, accuracy and timeliness. Provide critical and expert support to staff accountants and other team members with tax-related questions and concerns. Work with Accounting and Finance leadership to maintain and enhance indirect tax policies and procedures within the internal accounting system. Provide support to external service providers regarding indirect taxes. Assist in the development and evaluation of reports, decisions and results of tax department in relation to established goals. Recommends new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in efficiency and accuracy of the department and services performed. Performs other related duties as required and assigned. Assist with property tax preparation as necessary. Update Tax team’s internal tax calendar. 1-5 years of related experience. Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related discipline – Required. Master Degree - Preferred. Advanced experience with Microsoft Office Suite-Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Skill with M3, SAGE 300, ProfitSword, Birch Street, SharePoint, Accounting CS and similar systems a plus. Tax Research experience with Checkpoint or similar tax research engines. Sales and Use Tax experience preferred. Hospitality industry experience preferred. SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS: Balance Sheet Reconciliations, Read and Interpret governmental regulations and instructions, Advanced Microsoft Excel, Office Experience - General, Reporting Skills, Verbal Communication, Administrative Writing Skills. REQUIREMENTS: 1-5 years of related experience Bachelor’s or Associate’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, or related discipline – Required. Master Degree - Preferred. Advanced experience with Microsoft Office Suite-Outlook, Excel, Word, and PowerPoint Skill with M3, SAGE 300, ProfitSword, Birch Street, SharePoint, Accounting CS and similar systems a plus. Tax Research experience with Checkpoint or similar tax research engines. Sales and Use Tax experience preferred. Hospitality industry experience strongly preferred. Email resume to sheree.griffin@atriumhospitality.com. Date Posted: 5/8/2017 (IPT2139)

Tax Accountant Property Tax (Charlotte, North Carolina) -This position is responsible for timely preparation and completion of state and local property tax compliance for multiple entities. This involves the preparation of tax workpapers and tax returns using tax software. Additional responsibilities include reconciliations of general ledger tax accounts, involvement in tax audits and various research projects. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Actively and consistently support all efforts to simplify and enhance the customer experience. Accumulate, analyze and process financial accounting data in order to prepare tax returns. Timely and accurately complete property tax compliance for assigned states, estimate taxes, and electronically maintains records. Review the annual assessment valuation and tax bill process. Research and resolve notices received from various taxing jurisdictions. Reconcile general ledger accounts based on estimated taxes. Process journal entries for tax department. Research relevant tax and legal data as needed. Compile data to defend tax audits. Perform tax research and planning and other special projects. Coordinate and communicate with members of tax and accounting departments and system personnel. Perform other duties as required. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to read, write, speak and understand English. Ability to use personal computer and software applications (i.e. word processing, spreadsheet, etc.), including advanced Excel skills; knowledge of property tax software a plus. Ability to analyze and interpret data. Ability to research technical tax issues. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to effectively perform as part of a team committed to common objectives. Ability to make decisions and solve problems. Ability to adapt to unexpected or changing conditions. Ability to manage multiple projects. Ability to stay focused and meet deadlines. Ability to research and resolve technical tax issues. Ability to work independently. Knowledge of accounting theory and financial statement presentation. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field. General ledger accounting experience 2-4 years. Tax experience (property tax preferred) 2-4 years. Eligibility to sit for CPA exam or CMI exam is a plus. To apply, http://bit.ly/2ptMZ5X. Date Posted: 5/4/2017 (IPT2138)

Sr. Tax Accountant Property Tax (Charlotte, North Carolina) - This position is responsible for preparation / review of state and local tax compliance for multiple entities. This involves analyzing and interpreting tax laws and regulations affecting tax compliance, acquisitions, dispositions and other taxation issues. Additional responsibilities include providing tax analysis to support valuations, audits, appeals, forecasting and other internal or external projects. Major Duties & Responsibilities: Actively and consistently support all efforts to simplify and enhance the customer experience. Accumulate, analyze and process financial accounting data in order to prepare tax returns. Prepare/review tax returns and associated work papers. Manage the annual assessment valuation and tax bill process. Prepare general ledger property tax account reconciliations for inclusion in the quarterly financial statements. Research, interpret and apply tax laws and regulations affecting state and local property tax compliance. Analyze and evaluate tax implications of potential fixed asset updates, mergers & acquisitions, divestitures, or other initiatives relative to organization's objectives. Coordinate and communicate with members of tax, accounting, legal & real estate departments. Research relevant tax and legal data as needed. Perform other duties as required. Skills/Abilities and Knowledge: Ability to read, write, speak and understand English. Ability to use personal computer and software applications (i.e. word processing, spreadsheet, etc.); including advanced Excel skills and familiarity with property tax return preparation software. Ability to research and resolve technical tax issues. Ability to analyze and interpret data. Knowledge of accounting theory and financial statement presentation. Strong verbal and written communications skills. Ability to effectively perform as part of a team committed to common objectives. Ability to adapt to unexpected or changing conditions and help others deal effectively with new situations. Ability to make decisions and solve problems. Ability to manage multiple projects. Ability to stay focused and meet deadlines. Ability to work independently. Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related field. Advanced degree such as Master’s in Accounting with concentration in Tax or Masters in Tax a plus. Property tax return preparation and review and related research experience 5+ years. CPA and "Big 4" public accounting experience is a plus. To apply, http://bit.ly/2oQFPFe. Date Posted: 5/2/2017 (IPT2136)

Indirect Tax Accountant, Property/Real Estate (Brentwood, Tennessee) - Tractor Supply Company. The Staff Accountant (Indirect Tax) is responsible for ensuring general ledger accounting functions for indirect taxes are performed accurately and timely in addition to monitoring return processing by outside consultants to ensure returns are completed and filed timely with the various taxing authorities. Primary Duties and Responsibilities: Prepare and post journal entries and update detailed account reconciliations via analysis and review of monthly income statement and balance sheet activity for indirect tax accounts to ensure accuracy of balances and to identify unusual trends or variances and provide explanations for significant items noted. Prepare, file and remit for payment gross receipts returns in accordance with tax laws in various jurisdictions. Coordinate with outside third party tax providers to ensure tax filings (real property and tangible personal property) are completed, filed timely and compliant with state and local jurisdictions. Review lease documents to determine tax liability; use this information to update department files to ensure proper accounting treatment. Assist with providing information and responding to inquiries from internal and external sales, use, and property tax auditors. Process all incoming tax notices and tax bills. Maintain detailed and complete internal control documentation as well as policies and procedures based on changes in processes or regulations. Research and respond to inquiries from other department team members as well as store, DC and field personnel. May perform other duties as assigned. Required: Bachelor’s degree with a major in Accounting from an accredited college or university. Minimum of 1-3 years of accounting experience. NOTE:  Any Suitable combination of education and experience will be considered. Fluent in Microsoft Excel. Desired: Experience using SAP enterprise software and/or Business Objects reporting software. Knowledge/Skills/Abilities/Training/Systems: Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles. Ability to multi-task in a high energy environment. Ability to process, reconcile, and analyze electronic data. Demonstrate strong interpersonal, communication, analytical, and problem solving skills. Detail oriented approach to daily activities, ability to work with minimal supervision and a self-starter. Proficiency in MS Office products; advanced skills in Excel. Experience with SAP and Business Objects preferred, but not required; Ability to research, audit, and analyze. Ability to interact and team with professionals in various functional areas to resolve complex tax issues throughout the organization. Ability to represent company with external auditors and consultants. For those not local to Nashville, we do offer relocation assistance. Link to Position: https://recruiting.adp.com/srccar/public/RTI.home?c=1136807&d=TractorExternalPRO&r=5000190594006. Date Posted: 5/1/2017 (IPT2135)

Senior Consultant (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) - Property Tax , Commercial. Ryan LLC (www.ryan.com) is the largest provider of Property Tax services in North America. The Property Tax Senior Consultant ("Senior Consultant") works with a team to identify property tax savings opportunities for clients and possesses an intermediate understanding of valuation techniques.  This includes conducting research, analyzing and interpreting comparable assessment data, market data and sales transactions.  The Senior Consultant assists the team with assessment review and monitoring the appeal process for client portfolios. Duties and Responsibilities: Demonstrates full understanding of the annual property tax cycle for assigned real property portfolios. Builds awareness/understanding of jurisdictional rules and filing requirements. Demonstrates an ability to collect, review and fully understand client-provided data. Inspects properties and prepares appropriate reports deemed necessary by management. Analyzes assessment notices and determines potential assessment reductions. Applies software knowledge to efficiently work with client data. Possesses knowledge in assessment review, appeal determination, tax bill administration and the three valuation approaches; cost, sales comparison and income. Additionally, possesses knowledge of assessment equalization methodology that may apply in certain states. Handles appeals and monitors appeals process. Attends client status calls and meetings and provides supporting data and findings for leadership team. Works effectively with clients by taking an interest in the client’s industry and inquiring about trends and processes to gain a full understanding of their core business. Participates in recruiting efforts. Interacts and communicates effectively with team members. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: University Degree, College Diploma, or equivalent in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Economics, Real Estate, Business Management, or other degree with MBA, MST or JD required and at least 2 years property tax related experience required.  Candidates with appropriate valuation designations preferred. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. Certificates and Licenses: Valid driver's license required. Supervisory Responsibilities: Requires limited supervisory responsibilities, including training employees, assigning work, and checking work for accuracy and completeness. Send resume to rahul.sharma@ryan.com. Date Posted: 4/20/2017 (IPT2129) 

Property Tax Manager (Plano, Texas) -  JCPenney is one of the nation’s largest apparel and home furnishing retailers with more than 1,000 stores and jcp.com. We are a diverse community of people, all working together to bring sensational style, sensible prices and the best service possible to our customers. We’re looking for talented individuals who want to work in an energetic, respectful, collaborative environment. With a wide array of jobs, internships, training and more, there are countless opportunities for you to grow your career with us. JCPenney is currently seeking a Property Tax Manager to work in its Tax Services department.  This position will be a hands-on team member directly responsible primarily for controlling real property tax costs.  The position involves 20-25% travel for informal assessor meetings, attending appeals meetings, formal board meetings, and other meetings associated with law suits brought in various jurisdictions. Primary Responsibilities: Responsible for the review of real and personal property tax value notices for purposes of prioritizing those for follow-up appeals/protest due to being outside expected norms or at variance to budgeted amounts. Phone and/or personal meetings with county/parish tax assessors for purposes of negotiating real property values to within acceptable parameters. Ability to present the analysis supporting the cost/benefit of all travel costs and any costs for outside appraisers, consultants and attorneys. Manage travel and outside costs across the entire portfolio of assigned properties. Identify and pursue cost reductions associated with landlord pass-thru of property taxes.  Support the personal property tax area as needed with budgeting and forecasting and other issues as needed. Participate in peer company best practices discussions. Other work related tasks / ad-hoc reporting as needed. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or Tax. CPA and/or CMI is preferred. Unique commercial property appraisal experience considered. A similar role with 3-5 years of experience with a company owning several hundred properties across the U.S.  or equivalent experience with public accounting or property tax recovery firms. Strong understanding of property tax valuation principles. Experience with budgeting, forecasting and accounting of property tax. Ability to gather, organize and analyze data. Experience with PTMS (Property Tax Management System) software platform or its equivalent. Strong proficiency in MS Office Applications, particularly in Excel. Strong problem solving and analytical skills. Team player, detail oriented, and organized. Ability to work with minimal daily supervision. Strong written and oral communication skills. Ability to thrive in fast-paced, constantly-changing environment. Our corporate office supports the JCPenney stores nationwide and offers a competitive benefits package including medical/dental/vision, term life insurance, paid vacation/holidays, 401(k) savings plan with company match, and a merchandise discount plan to JCPenney. Amenities include free covered parking, full cafeteria services, fitness center, and on-site childcare. For more opportunities to join our team please contact Kristen Cannon klcannon@jcp.com. To apply, http://jobs.jobvite.com/jcp/job/ogU34fw1. Date Posted: 4/18/2017 (IPT2128) 

Property Tax Accountant (Atlanta, Georgia) - American Tower is one of the largest global REIT’s and is the leading independent operator and developer of multitenant real estate including 40,000 cell phone towers in the US.  The Property Tax Accountant will support all major functions associated with the property tax compliance process for all towers in the United States including return filing, valuation notice processing and tax bill payments for our owned, leased and managed portfolios. The U.S. division incurs over $90 million of property tax expense per year. The Property Tax Accountant’s primary duties include reconciling various tax related notices, detailed analysis and timely payment of all 3rd party landlord requests, analysis/payment of delinquent tax bills, researching and obtaining missing tax bills, and identifying/reconciling material discrepancies in the assessment and/or tax payment data. These responsibilities will require the incumbent to work on tasks with less structure, which require teamwork, communication, critical analysis, and adaptability to change focus on short notice. This position requires the ability to work in a time-sensitive and high volume environment.  Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required, minimum 2 years of property tax experience preferred.  Knowledge of PTMS a plus.  Apply via: https://amertower.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=1700006D&lang=en. Date Posted: 4/18/2017 (IPT2126) 

Tax Senior Analyst, Indirect Tax (Bellevue Washington) - This position will work and support Expedia’s Domestic Indirect Tax Operations Team. The candidate will be responsible for the coordination, review, and preparation of various state and local U.S. indirect tax returns. Candidate will also be responsible for the development and implementation of team processes.  The Tax Senior Analyst, Indirect Tax will perform a variety of recurring and non-recurring indirect tax functions including tax return preparation, analysis, and detailed review of related compliance filings for domestic jurisdictions. The position may also include indirect tax project work as required on a variety of business advisory, financial reporting, transactional tax data, and tax research and analysis projects.  The Tax Senior Analyst, Indirect Tax will join a team of tax professionals and work with the direction of the Tax Manager, Indirect Tax. This individual will work in a dynamic tax environment. Areas of focus will include domestic state and local sales tax, Washington business and occupation tax, and city/county hotel taxes.  Competencies: 4 years of tax experience in a corporate tax department or public accounting firm, Highly organized with superior attention to detail and strong analytic skills, Strong written and verbal communication skills, Ability to learn internal systems and software quickly, Works well independently and in a team environment, Self-starter and diligent problem solver, Strong team player willing to assist in any capacity needed, Have a collaborative and collegial professional demeanor, Possess a strong desire to learn and a natural intellectual curiosity, Multi-task in a fast-paced and rapidly changing environment, Desire and ability to learn a new business and company, along with the associated tax issues, Preparation and detailed review of tax returns and related compliance filings, Plan timing of deliverables within agreed due dates and update manager regularly, Work effectively and efficiently under pressure, Perform self-review of work product.  Experience and Qualification: BA/BS degree in accounting or related field, CPA license or actively working towards attainment is a plus, but not a required, Masters in tax or accounting is a plus, but not required, Proficiency in Microsoft Office with an emphasis in Excel.   Expedia is committed to creating an inclusive work environment with a diverse workforce.   All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status. This employer participates in E-Verify. The employer will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) with information from each new employee's I-9 to confirm work authorization. Email:  tpucci@expedia.com or tralee@expedia.com. Date Posted: 4/7/2017 (IPT2117)

Senior Manager, Commercial Real Estate (Los Angeles, California & San Diego, California) - The Los Angeles Office of a National property tax firm is seeking the addition of a Senior Manager, Commercial Real Estate to our growing team of commercial real estate valuation professionals. We value all types of real estate with the goal of reducing the property tax liability for our clients. Property types include, but are not limited to the following: Golf Courses/Resorts, Healthcare, Hospitality, Industrial, Multi-Family, Office, Retail, Senior Living, Student Housing & Business Personal Property. The successful candidate will have at least 10 years of experience in commercial real estate valuation, appraisal and/or consulting. Experience in Business Personal Property valuation and client management is a plus. Primary Responsibilities: Respond to client requests. Prepare property tax estimates and budgets. Research and evaluate commercial property. Prepare valuation position reports. File assessment appeals. Perform commercial real estate valuations considering all three approaches to value. Interact with assessment officials. Represent clients in front of the Assessment Appeals Board. Responsible for client management and administration. Business development. Researching comparable assets in the Southern California market. Maintaining internal operational database and interacting with company personnel nationwide. The candidate should possess a Bachelor’s Degree with 10 year’s work experience at a minimum. Real Estate Licensing is a requirement. Experience with commercial real estate valuation is required. Appraisal training or certifications are highly desirable. Applicants holding commercial real estate designations and licenses will be considered first. Excellent communication skills with clients are expected. Additionally, advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications and computer skills are required. The compensation package is commensurate with experience, skill sets, and education. Please apply to mtodd@paradigmtax.com & aharvick@paradigmtax.com. Date Posted: 4/6/2017 (IPT2116)

Property Tax Compliance Manager (Atlanta, Georgia) - American Tower is one of the largest global REIT’s and is the leading independent operator and developer of multitenant real estate including 40,000 cell phone towers in the US.  The Property Tax Compliance Manager is responsible for the company’s multi-state property tax compliance functions, including the timely preparation review and filing property tax returns according to the deadlines and rules / procedures set out in each jurisdiction in which the company has a property tax liability. The manager will oversee an  internal team and the company’s co-source partners to ensure that (a) assessments are accurately recorded in the  Property Tax Management System (“PTMS”); (b)  that payments are made accurately, timely and in line with the company’s payment processes and controls;  (c)  that all related property tax transactions are correctly coded to facilitate analysis and reporting; and (d) that the Director of Property Tax and other key stakeholders have access to the analysis and reporting  needed to effectively manage this significant expenditure. While the Manager will be responsible primarily for compliance related functions,  he / she will work closely with the Property Tax Director and the various co-source partners to implement agreed filing strategies in each jurisdiction and  to ensure effective organization of property tax compliance process  and to identify ways to improve efficiency.  Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Business Administration preferred, minimum 5 years of property tax experience and previous supervisory experience is required.  The candidate must have excellent leadership, communication and organization skills and the ability to work in a high volume environment.  Apply via: https://amertower.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=1700004B&lang=en#.WOTsXcqU_mM. Date Posted: 4/5/2017 (IPT2115)