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Sales Tax Audit Analyst (Chicago, Illinois) - Abbott Laboratories is a global healthcare company devoted to improving life through the development of products and technologies that span the breadth of healthcare. With a portfolio of leading, science-based offerings in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic pharmaceuticals, Abbott serves people in more than 150 countries and employs approximately 71,000 people. Corporate offices are in a northern suburb of Chicago. Abbott is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities/Women/Individuals with Disabilities/Protected Veterans.  Please note that candidates need to be eligible to work in the U.S. without Abbott sponsorship.  Manage and coordinate all aspects of sales tax audits for Abbott Laboratories and its U.S. subsidiaries. Work directly with the auditors, and act as liaison between the auditor and respective divisions of Abbott and its subs.  Respond to auditor's questions and prepare nature of response.  Work with auditor on audit assessment to reduce and minimize liability for Abbott and U.S. subsidiaries.  Core Job Responsibilities: Responsible for compliance with applicable Corporate and Divisional Policies and procedures. Respond to audit questionnaires and schedule auditor's on-site visits for Abbott and all U.S. subsidiaries, as well as new acquisitions.  Plan, organize and execute the audit in every facet, including scheduling returns, analyzing data from plants, and work directly with auditors.  Once a request is made for documentation by the auditor, analyst needs to determine from what source the information will be derived from.  Once the documentation has been provided, analyst needs to review data and remove unnecessary information prior to presentation to the auditor. Organize all paperwork to be provided to the auditor in a well arranged, easily understood packet for the auditor's review.  Use analytical skills to determine where an auditor is headed with his/her questions and plan a strategy accordingly.  Become intuitive as to what an auditor is thinking at all times.  Explore every opportunity to reduce our audit assessment.  Research auditor's opinion of assessment, and dispute tenaciously if the auditor is in error in his/her analysis of the law.  Work with the various plants to provide requested data in a timely manner to accommodate the auditor's request, and to keep from extending the length of the audit unnecessarily.   If divisions are uncooperative in providing data in a timely manner, work with their manager to solve the problem. Work on special projects related to taxability of Abbott's purchases.  Work with various division personnel during the project, and provide documentation at project's completion. Work with Sales Audit to be certain Abbott and its subs are following the various taxing jurisdictions requirements for exemption certificates. If necessary, be able to go to Appeals court or informal conference boards, with hired outside consultants and present Abbott's position on a contested audit assessment.  Analyst must be able to provide Abbott's position in a clear and concise manner, with full back up documentation. Analyst needs to have a thorough knowledge of the sales tax laws to be able to interact with the auditor on an independent basis.  Analyst needs to be able to work independent of the manager so that manager is consulted only when issues arise outside of the scope of the analyst's ability, or if an auditor becomes disagreeable.  Analyst must be able to work with minimum supervision, and be able to make decisions related to the audit based on authority, tax law, research and knowledge.  Abbott can have as many as 10+ audits open at any one time, so analyst needs to be able to manage and coordinate audits. Minimum Education/Experience: B.S. in Accounting, or similar area.   B.S plus experience also acceptable.  CPA a plus, but not required. Five years in sales tax audit a must.  Excellent skills in negotiation, organization, planning and execution a must.  Above average analytical skills and attention to detail.  Interpersonal skills, ability to work under tight deadlines, and problem solving also required.  Microsoft Office Suite, with an emphasis on Excel, required.  Strong leadership skills required to work with auditors in a professional manner. Apply, Click Here. Date Posted: 7/16/2019 (IPT2555)

Manager/Senior Manager (San Francisco/Santa Clara, California) - Indirect Tax. KPMG is currently seeking a Manager/Senior Manager to join our State and Local Tax (SALT) practice. KPMG LLP (the U.S. member firm of KPMG International) offers a comprehensive compensation and benefits package. KPMG is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, age, sex/gender, national origin, ancestry, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, disability, physical or mental handicap unrelated to ability, pregnancy, veteran status, unfavorable discharge from military service, genetic information, personal appearance, family responsibility, matriculation or political affiliation, or other legally protected status. KPMG maintains a drug-free workplace. KPMG will consider for employment qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable local, state or federal law (including San Francisco Ordinance number 131192). No phone calls or agencies please. Responsibilities: Provide excellent client service to multi-state companies with state and local sales/use tax issues, including: reverse audits, compliance, tax planning, automation technology, research and writing, multi-jurisdictional reporting, and controversies/audit defense. Participate with multi-state companies in analyzing state tax considerations/impacts related to business restructuring projects and intercompany transactions. Participate with multi-state companies in state and local tax (SALT) controversies, which include preparing clients for discussions with auditors, representing the client at hearings and at appeal meetings, and preparing protests. Supervise, mentor, and develop staff members. Participate in the business development, management, and delivery of SALT services. Qualifications: A minimum of eight years of experience in providing tax research and technical advice on multi-state issues. Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university. Licensed CPA, J.D., LL.M., MST (Master's in Taxation) or Certified Member of the Institute for Professionals in Taxation (CMI) designation, PMP, MCSD, MCITP for non-CPA eligible candidates (Please note that any candidate hired by KPMG into this position that doesn't currently possess one of the aforementioned credentials/designations will be required to secure one within one year from the commencement of employment). Strong knowledge of the development, planning, and execution of sales and transactions tax refund claims. Experience with various other corporate taxes and their impact on sales tax. Apply directly online or send resume for consideration to: Date Posted: 7/15/2019 (IPT2552)

Sales and Property Tax Analyst (Alpharetta, Georgia) - When you join us at IHG®, you become part of our global family. A welcoming culture of warmth, honesty, and a passion for providing True Hospitality. We pride ourselves on letting your personality and passions shine, recognizing the individual contribution you make and supporting your ambition to learn and create your own career path. In making a difference to our guests and owners, colleagues and communities, every day is a chance to create great and unique experiences, in your own way. With minimal guidance, act as part of a team to file Sales, Use and Hotel related tax returns. Partner with a 3 party tax provider regarding the management of Property Taxes (Real & Personal). Conduct related tax audits, and process transactions in accordance with state and local statutory requirements. Follow appropriate accounting and finance policies and procedures in assigned function.  Identify discrepancies, clear errors, and perform root-cause analysis. Contribute to the continuous improvement of all areas in process scope. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: The Sales\Use and Property Tax Analyst will be responsible for administering, preparing, reviewing, and analyzing sales, use and hotel related tax returns for owned and/or managed hotels. In addition, will assist with research, audits, and planning projects. Analyze return transactions and notify hotels and business support of any tax variances. Maintain tax authority files for assigned hotels following state and local tax law. Respond to requests for tax information by internal customers and taxing authorities to resolve tax issues. Communicate with corporate accounting groups and hotel team members on account reconciliations. Review the tax calendar for accurate due dates, registration numbers and filing requirements. Assist with the maintenance of the CorpSales tax system, making corrections and updates on monthly basis to stay current with all law changes, rate changes, etc. Complete tax registrations, business licenses and liquor license registrations. Perform technical tax research and analysis on various complex sales/use tax implications. Conduct state and local sales/use and other hotel related tax audits, minimizing audit assessments. Assist with real estate tax appeals and personal property tax audits and compliance. Provide verbal and written guidance to the business units regarding the audit results to implement procedures that will reduce future audit assessments. Provide consultation on improvements to the tax compliance/ audit process. Review and make recommendations to implement new methodologies for process improvements. Utilizing tax software package, prepare and review sales tax, GST, or similar tax returns. Ability to work well under pressure and effectively handle multiple, concurrent demands and prioritize responsibilities. Ability to exercise judgment in evaluating situations and making sound decisions. Requirements: Associate Degree or Bachelor's Degree or technical institute degree/certificate or an equivalent combination of education and work related experience. 2 to 4 years’ progressive work related experience with demonstrated proficiency and understanding in one or more functions related to the position. To apply, Posted: 7/9/2019 (IPT2550)

Manager, Indirect Tax Sales/Use/Property (Denver, Colorado) – ENVESTNET. Duties and Responsibilities: Assist with all aspects of the sales/use, VAT/GST and property tax function.  Efficiently and accurately organize and interpret large, dynamic data sets. Development, documentation and coordination of indirect tax process improvements across the company. Calculation of ASC450 indirect tax reserves and associated indirect tax GAAP accounting. Statutory research and monitoring of legislative changes that may impact taxability determinations. Review contracts for indirect tax consequences.  Strict adherence to the Corporation’s SOX/internal control environment.  Assist with sales tax audits and other indirect tax controversy items that arise. Other special projects/duties as needed. Education, Experience and Skills Required: 3+ years of relevant sales/use tax experience in Big 4, or 6+ years of experience in a corporate (public company preferred) indirect tax department or government taxing agency. B.S in Accounting, Finance or Economics mandatory; Masters in taxation or CPA preferred. Software and/or financial services industry experience highly preferred. Expert level Excel skills and demonstrated ability working with challenging data. Avalara or similar tax engine experience required. Excellent written and verbal communication skills – comfortable communicating complex tax concepts to management and clients. Self-starter and resourceful attitude with minimal instruction needed to get things done – ability to take a new project and run with it.  This position offers highly competitive compensation (base+bonus+stock) and excellent benefits. Send Resumes/Inquiries to: Date Posted: 7/8/2019 (IPT2548)

Tax Manager Indirect Tax (Irvine, California) – Pacific Dental Services. We are looking for a driven and experienced Indirect Tax professional to manage the Indirect Tax function under the supervision of the Director, Indirect Tax.  Responsibilities:  Manages tax compliance for Sales & Use and property tax as well as other miscellaneous taxes such as Washington B&O. Researches/Drafts Indirect Tax technical memoranda and matrices.  Conducts analysis, transactional research and compiles reports utilizing multiple software platforms including but not limited to the Oracle Cloud ERP environment.  Acts as a super user in these software environments and provides assistance and training to tax specialist users. Acts as the project manager of the tax engine software implementation/maintenance.  Manages testing, defect resolution and post- implementation trouble-shooting. Acts as the super user for tax engine configuration and maintenance.  Key Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college in Accounting, Finance or Business. In lieu of degree 5+ years of experience is required or the equivalent combination of education and experience.  Prefer 7+ years of experience related to Indirect tax work and CPA or JD. Send resume to Date Posted: 7/2/2019 (IPT2546)

Financial Analyst, Indirect Tax & Fixed Assets (Mentor, Ohio) - Avery Dennison Corporation (NYSE: AVY) is a global materials science and manufacturing company specializing in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of labeling and functional materials. The company’s products, which are used in nearly every major industry, include pressure-sensitive materials for labels and graphic applications; tapes and other bonding solutions for industrial, medical and retail applications; tags, labels and embellishments for apparel; and radio-frequency identification (RFID) solutions serving retail apparel and other markets. Headquartered in Glendale, California, the company employs approximately 30,000 employees in more than 50 countries. Reported sales in 2018 were $7.2 billion. Learn more at Primary Responsibilities: Prepare responses to audit inquiries including Information Document Requests (IDR) and Notices of Proposed Adjustments.  Manage the audits in full accordance with company values and ethics. Maintain full record of consistent audit issues and develop process improvements to eliminate repeat risks. This includes, but not limited to, review of purchases for overpayments and underpayments of Sales Taxes.  Filing the appropriate refund claims with taxing jurisdictions and make the necessary General Ledger accruals for the underpayments. Research and analyze relevant tax laws and regulations on such matters as nexus, taxability of services, tangible purchases and other audit defense issues related to Sales/Use Tax and Property Tax. Collaborate with internal partners on indirect tax matters to identify their tax needs and effectively research and apply tax theories and strategies to ensure regulatory compliance and best practices. Manage the Unclaimed Property compliance process. Prepare the annual Sales Apportionment data for the Corporate Tax Department. Construction-in-progress (CIP)/Software-in-progress (SIP) reconciliations, project management and capitalizations. Month end JEs. Fixed asset quarterly tax reporting and FLUX analysis.Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, business administration, and/or other business related fields. Indirect tax or property tax experience is preferred. At least 4 years multi-state Sales/Use Tax audits and compliance experience. Strong Excel experience. Strong analytical, problem solving and communication skills. Attention to detail and accuracy. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and work well with tight deadlines. To apply, Date Posted: 7/1/2019 (IPT2544)  

Manager, Sales & Use Tax (Raleigh, North Carolina) - Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live. At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded. The Manager, Sales & Use Tax Compliance reports directly to the Senior Manager, Sales Tax and is responsible for managing all aspects of the sales and use tax compliance, fuel excise tax compliance and business support functions at Martin Marietta Materials including: ensuring sales, use and excise tax returns/refund claims are accurate and filed timely, reconciling GL accounts, reviewing capital purchases for tax compliance, supporting corporate initiatives from a sales tax perspective, addressing vendor inquiries and developing and mentoring sales tax compliance staff. Responsibilities: Manage, develop and mentor senior tax analysts. Ensure sales, use, GST, VAT and excise tax returns are filed timely and accurately. Maintain sales tax registrations and recommend methodology for registration if when needed. Manage relationship with outsourced compliance provider. Key sales tax technical prime for corporate initiatives. Regularly communicate with management regarding projects and tasks. Review work performed by the senior analysts. Develop good working relationships with personnel within the Finance, Purchasing, Shared Services, Finance Managers and other operations teams. Facilitate training sessions to non-tax corporate and operations personnel. Ensure field, AP, customer, and vendor questions are addressed by the team accurately and timely. Maintain and expand taxability matrices for equipment purchases and exemption certificates. Provide exemption certificate validation for the field and internal audit. Prepare/approve journal entries and ensure that all G/L accounts are reconciled in accordance with calendar. Integrate acquired companies seamlessly into Martin Marietta’s compliance process. Constantly evaluate the compliance process to identify and implement process enhancements to maximize efficiencies while not impacting accuracy. Ensure credit carryforward items are minimized and monetized timely. Work with Tax Technology to ensure Vertex is configured to accurately calculate all sales and use taxes and assist with system testing as needed. Create and utilize compliance calendars and task lists to ensure all returns and tasks are completed timely. Maintain knowledge of sales and excise tax law. Participate in professional organizations. Manage sales, use and excise tax minimization efforts through identifying overpayments, working with consulting firms, filing refund claims and updating systems to ensure overpayments are minimized. Perform administrative tasks in a timely manner. Other duties as assigned by Sr. Manager Sales Tax. Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance; Master’s Degree preferred. CPA or CMI required; Public accounting experience a plus. 10+ years of dedicated multi-state sales tax experience. Demonstrated high level of project management specifically relating to sales tax compliance ideally in a manufacturing environment. Experience successfully managing and mentoring staff. Working knowledge of Vertex O or similar sales tax decision making software is preferred, along with diverse enterprise system knowledge or adaptability. Highly motivated by process improvement and project management. Ability to motivate, inspire and challenge sales tax personnel to reach their highest potential. Ability to work effectively with employees at all levels of the organization. Good working knowledge of multi-state sales tax rules and regulations.  Ability to apply these rules to transactions in a complex industry. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Strong accounting, tax research and analytical skills. Must be able to communicate complex sales tax issues both verbally and in writing. Operate in a courteous and professional manner. Good presentation skills for formal and informal meetings. Ability to keep Senior Manager, Sales Tax current on important matters. Ability to prioritize tasks and properly focus resources. Positive, assertive, and persuasive “can do” communication style. Ability to direct, motivate, and coach activities of others. Ability to exercise sound judgment in problem solving. Comfortable with ERP systems, sales tax determination systems and using technology to achieve results. Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Open to the use of data analytics. Excellent work ethic - high standard of performance and production. To apply, Click Here. Date Posted: 7/1/2019 (IPT2539)  

Manager, Tax Technology (Raleigh, North Carolina) - Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live. At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded. This position reports to the Vice President of Tax, and has responsibility for tax technology strategy, tax process transformation enabled by technology, tax software acquisition and budgeting, and leading the tax technology team.  The successful candidate will represent Martin Marietta Tax on cross functional teams, and partner with the Martin Marietta Tax Department and Martin Marietta Information Systems Department to support existing tax technology initiatives, and lead future tax technology improvements. Responsibilities: Develop, plan, and manage technology strategy and road map initiatives for the tax department. Manage tax software licensing and technology budget. Manage day to day operations of the tax technology team. Assist with coaching and mentoring initiatives and the growth and learning of tax technology team. Manage and support the Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE Direct Tax Platform including the build and maintenance of ONESOURCE DataFlow processes. Manage and support the Vertex monthly sales tax rate update process including support for tax assist rules and custom mapping within the Vertex engine. Manage and support the monthly in house developed sales and use tax technology solutions that support the tax account reconciliations performed by the sales and use tax team. Manage and support the Property Tax Management System (PTMS). Identify future tax technology needs including opportunities for process improvements, automation, efficiency gains, and application of tax process and technology best practices. Lead process design and implementation for tax process transformation initiatives that deliver automation, process efficiency, and enable effectiveness for the tax department. Serve as a liaison between the Tax, Accounting, and Information Technology departments improving the understanding of the tax department’s information technology needs; Serve as the key point person to answer questions related to current and future tax Information Technology initiatives. Develop and deliver end user training and maintain user documentation. Identify, plan for, and direct all tax data management and warehousing needs, including record retention and disclosure requirements. Coordinate with IS to ensure tax department personnel have proper access rights to JD Edwards and other relevant software applications, and ensure tax software applications and hardware is updated and configured to optimize performance of tax technology. Maintain the legal entity book configurations and links between the financial systems and tax systems. Qualifications and Skills: 7-10 years of Tax Technology experience. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent degree in a field of study related to the job. Certified Public Accountant and/or master’s degree in accounting, tax, or technology a plus. Familiarity with U.S. corporate, state, and international tax technical and compliance is a plus. Six Sigma certification/training. Effective leadership and interpersonal skills. Strong problem solving and analytical skills. Good organizational skills and ability to effectively prioritize and manage time of self and tax technology team. Project Management (leading implementations, contributing individually, and driving team collaboration). Ability to build strong collaborative working relationships, internally and externally. Strong experience in tax technology systems, specifically ONESOURCE (DataFlow, Provision, Income Tax), Vertex, and PTMS. Experience in Financial Reporting Systems (JD Edwards, Oracle, SAP). Strong experience with intermediate/advanced Excel (Pivot tables, VLOOKUP’s, advanced formulas). Experience in data management and warehousing tools, techniques, and applications. Experience with tax depreciation tools a plus. Experience in data analytics a plus. Experience with robotics process automation a plus. To apply, Click Here. Date Posted: 7/1/2019 (IPT2538)  

Senior Tax Analyst/Accountant (Raleigh, North Carolina) - Recently ranked at #72 on Fortune magazine’s list of the 100 Fastest-Growing Companies in the world, Martin Marietta, a member of the S&P 500 Index, employs more than 8,500 employees at operations spanning 27 states, Canada and the Bahamas. A leading supplier of aggregates and heavy building materials, dedicated teams at Martin Marietta supply the resources for the roads, sidewalks and foundations on which we live. At Martin Marietta, we are always looking for the best and the brightest, for people who have the potential to be the Company's future leaders. We are building on our foundation of success by selecting the finest people and helping them realize their potential. When you decide to build your career at Martin Marietta, you'll know what it's like to be respected, challenged and rewarded. Primary responsibilities involve preparing and/or reviewing federal/state/local income and franchise tax returns, schedules, extensions, and estimated payments in line with the company’s cyclical tax filing calendar; performing and documenting tax research; supporting and assisting with quarterly income tax provision reporting; assisting with tax technology upgrades and implementations. Responsibilities: Compiling data and performing the required analysis and calculations to complete tax return work papers. Reviewing tax returns and schedules prepared by others. Identifying tax issues/opportunities for referral to senior tax management. Researching and documenting tax positions and planning matters. Compiling data to support audit response and requests for information from taxing authorities. Monitoring tax laws, regulations, court decisions and proposed regulations to identify potential tax saving opportunities or exposures. Building successful working relationships with internal personnel and external service providers. Implementing process automation and efficiency initiatives. Maintaining tax compliance calendar. Other projects as assigned. Qualifications and Skills: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance. 4+ years tax experience in a corporate or public accounting environment. Excellent computer skills with advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel. Experience with tax compliance and provision software. Experience with ERP systems. Strong tax research skills. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Ability to multi-task and prioritize projects. Strong time management skills. Track record of being an independent problem solver and strategic thinker. CPA, MAC, and/or MBA preferred. OneSource tax platform experience including Workflow Manager preferred. Mergers and acquisitions compliance experience preferred. Extensive fixed asset analysis experience preferred. Big 4 accounting firm experience preferred. To apply, Click HereDate Posted: 7/1/2019 (IPT2537)  

Licensing Analyst (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Global Strategic Accountants. $32,000-$42,000. 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 one of the following Finance/Accounting/Social Science/Research/Business Management/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: 6/119/2019 (IPT2536)  

Senior Licensing Analyst (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Global Strategic Accountants. $42,000-$52,000. The primary function of the role 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: Bachelor’s Degree in one of the following Finance/Accounting/Social Science/Research/Business Management/Economics. Paralegal or Legal Background is highly desired. Telecommunications experience is highly desired. 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: 6/119/2019 (IPT2535)

Manager/Director, State & Local Tax (Las Vegas, Nevada or Ridgewood, New Jersey) – Fandl, LLC has an immediate opening for a Manager/Director to focus on state & local tax compliance and consulting in our Las Vegas, NV or Ridgewood, NJ office. Job Responsibilities: Manager or Director level position requires applicants to lead a 10-person compliance team and have strong multi-state compliance and consulting knowledge.  Applicants will manage multi-state sales and use tax, property tax, business license and annual report compliance including related audits, and appeals. Other tax expertise requirements include Canadian sales and use tax, VAT, excise tax and NYC commercial rent tax.  The candidate will manage existing outsourcing relationships with Fortune 500 and middle market companies. Other responsibilities include staff development, process improvement, tax research and analysis.  Applicants will have daily interaction and correspondence with tax authorities, clients and other team members. Strong business development skills and an entrepreneurial spirit is preferred. Qualifications: Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree in finance, economics or accounting and 8 plus years of experience. Excellent organizational and data management skills a must. Ability to work independently, managing and prioritizing multiple tasks are a must.  Experience with Vertex is preferred.  Strong entrepreneurial, analytical, research, communication, and negotiation skills will differentiate the ideal candidate.  A professional designation, such as CMI, JD, MAI, ASA, MBA or LLM is preferred. Big 4 experience a plus.  Experience in the Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Word, and Excel) is required.   Some travel required (<10%). To apply, please send your resume to careers@fandltax.comDate Posted: 6/17/2019 (IPT2534)

Senior Sales and Property Tax Analyst (Santa Clara, California) - At AMD, we push the boundaries of what is possible.  We believe in changing the world for the better by driving innovation in high-performance computing, graphics, and visualization technologies – building blocks for gaming, immersive platforms, and the data center. Developing great technology takes more than talent: it takes amazing people who understand collaboration, respect, and who will go the “extra mile” to achieve unthinkable results.  It takes people who have the passion and desire to disrupt the status quo, push boundaries, deliver innovation, and change the world.   If you have this type of passion, we invite you to look at the opportunities available to come join our team. The Senior Sales and Property Tax Analyst will be a key member of the US Corporate Tax Department on the Local Tax team, reporting to the Senior Manager of Local Taxes. Summary of Responsibilities: Responsible for preparing and managing U.S indirect taxes of sales & use, property taxes, and US 1099-MISC reporting.  This includes identifying, designing and implementing process improvements for effective tax forecasting, reporting (compliance), and planning. Along with the Senior Tax Manager, defends AMD's position in sales & property tax audits. Sales Tax Compliance: Reviews sales tax system currently in use at AMD and recommends system changes as needed to ensure compliance with state and local tax laws.  Helps Senior Manager, Local Taxes, develop and establish policies and procedures. Directs preparation reviews and manages the sales & use tax returns procedures for AMD and related subsidiaries completed by a team of remote tax specialists. Reconciles all sales tax accounts for month-end and year-end closings, ensuring correctness and accuracy. Maintains and complies with all SOX key controls for sales & use taxes. Plans and conducts sales tax training for other departments. Researches and responds to tax questions posed by internal and external requestors on an as needed basis. Investigates all separate billings for sales or use taxes received in Accounts Payable and approves payment where appropriate.  Researches and responds to vendor audit inquiries. Initiates, develops, and assists in transactional tax planning opportunities, including contract reviews. Property Tax Compliance: Creates and maintains annual property tax database files and procedures used to prepare property tax returns. Prepares property tax returns for all locations in California, Texas and all sales offices nationwide. Prepares forecast and accrual information for facilities department. Reviews all capital asset acquisitions to ensure that all are properly classified for property tax purposes. Processes payments of property taxes. Reviews accuracy of bills and files appeals where appropriate. Reconciles property tax accounts for month-end and year-end closings, ensuring correctness and accuracy. Maintains and complies with all SOX key controls for property taxes. Maintains tax department files. Sales/ Use & Property Tax Audits: Interfaces with tax auditors and defends AMD's position on audit.  Plans audit strategy and secures pertinent information and documents to eliminate proposed audit adjustments.  Investigates potential credits to offset additional audit liabilities. Performs tax research as needed for audit defense. Assists Senior Manager, Local Taxes, in representing AMD at appeals and hearings. US 1099-MISC Reporting: Manages a team of two remote tax specialists who review new vendor additions and reconcile data to ensure compliance with US 1099-MISC requirements, particularly with respect to reporting of contests winnings and released restricted stock units for non-US employees. Reconciles data and ensures successful transmission to IRS FIRE site. General Assignments: Reviews tax laws, court decisions, rulings, regulations, and proposed legislation to stay abreast of current tax developments, particularly in the sales and property tax fields and pursues tax planning strategies. Performs other tasks as assigned. Requirements: Excellent problem solving and decision-making skills. Resolves complex tax issues. Resolves differences with external auditors. Defines Company position on major tax questions. A bachelor’s degree in accounting or other related business field or equivalent combination of training and experience plus 5 years of sales and/or property tax experience.  California Department of Taxes & Fees Administration (CDTFA) background or other audit-intensive experience may reduce minimum experience requirements to 4 years.  CPA, MS or MBA preferred. SAP and tax research software experience preferred. Excellent analytical, communication, and people skills. Competence in Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint.  To apply,Click Here or send resume to  Date Posted: 6/11/2019 (IPT2533) 

Senior Accountant Indirect Tax (Atlanta, Georgia) -  Home Depot is seeking a Senior Accountant – Indirect Tax to play a key part in the transformation of the Indirect Tax function. The ideal candidate will support both property and sales tax, but may be stronger in one of the two areas. The candidate should be familiar with and embrace process improvement and technology, such as robotics and other tools. Familiarity with SAP and significant tax engines, a plus. Full details of the position are available through the link - Click HereDate Posted: 6/10/2019 (IPT2532)

Sales Tax Accountant (Memphis, Tennessee) - Hilton’s Finance team is responsible for managing all global activities related to financial performance, accounting, tax, forecasting, risk management, and asset management. Within Finance, Hilton Accounting and Finance Services (HAFS) manages the finance and accounting functions, both on property and at Corporate, allowing us to develop scalable, global financial processes. Our finance Centers of Excellence provides Hilton Team Members the chance for challenging career growth across a wide spectrum of critical financial functions.  What will I be doing? Would you like to be a part of a dynamic team that will afford you the opportunity to utilize your accounting and analytical skills? As the Sales Tax Accountant, we will lean on your deep understanding of Tax and analytical skills to administer, prepare, review and analyze sales, use and transient occupancy tax returns. You will have the opportunity to tap into your business insight as you assist with research, audits and planning projects. More specifically, you will: • Administer, prepare and file sales, use, occupancy, telephone and liquor tax returns for owned and/or managed hotels and utilize interpersonal skills in order to notify hotel finance and property of any abnormalities. • Keep accurate tax rate schedules for all assigned properties and timely notify finance and property of any changes. • Maintain jurisdiction files for assigned properties following state and local law. • Complete monthly review of assigned properties claimed room exemptions with the responsibility of accepting or rejecting exemptions to comply with laws and rules. • Respond to requests for tax information by internal customers and taxing authorities, resolving compliance issues with taxing authorities. • Build and maintain a strong partnership with corporate hotel accountants and hotel location personnel. • Maintain a dedicated tax calendar with due dates, registration numbers, database, etc. that will ensure all returns are filed timely. • Help develop and improve methods of filing tax returns and maintenance of tax department files. • Assist in performing “self-audits” of hotel properties. • Support with maintenance of the tax return system making corrections and updates on a monthly basis in order to stay current with all law changes, rate changes, etc. What are we looking for? We are looking for a problem solver and self-starter, who are passionate about using their analytical skills to solve hard problems. We believe creativity, thinking outside the box and initiative to make decisions will consistently improve the team while building meaningful partnerships with others. Further, success in this role will demonstrate itself through the following attributes and skills: • Good judgment in evaluating situations and making sound decisions • Expertise in analyzing and interpreting financial data • Aptitude for working well under pressure while effectively handling multiple, concurrent demands and appropriately prioritizing responsibilities • Excellent verbal and written communications skills • Professional demeanor and excitement for working with others as a team. To fulfill this role successfully, you should demonstrate the following minimum qualifications:  • Three (3) years of general ledger account experience • One (1) year of professional tax experience • One (1) year working with computerized financial systems such as PeopleSoft Financials.  It would be helpful in this position for you to demonstrate the following capabilities and distinctions:  • BA/BS Bachelor's Degree and/or MA/MS Master’s Degree • Two (2) years of professional tax experience • Certified Public Accountant (CPA) • Knowledge of tax compliance software • Knowledge of multi-state sales and lodging taxes. What will it be like to work for Hilton? Hilton is the leading global hospitality company, spanning the lodging sector from luxurious full-service hotels and resorts to extended-stay suites and mid-priced hotels. For nearly a century, Hilton has offered business and leisure travelers the finest in accommodations, service, amenities and value. Hilton is dedicated to continuing its tradition of providing exceptional guest experiences across its global brands. Our vision to fill the earth with the light and warmth of hospitality unites us as a team to create remarkable hospitality experiences around the world every day. And, our amazing Team Members are at the heart of it all! EOE/AA/Disabled/Veterans. Send resume to emily.roberts@hilton.comDate Posted: 6/5/2019 (IPT2530)  

Director, Telecommunications Tax and Regulatory (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Global Strategic Accountants LLC, a leading practice in Tax and Regulatory consulting and services with customers from five continents, is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our accounting and consultancy practice. GSA is in Alpharetta, GA. 80k-100k+ bonus based on incentives. This position serves as a direct report to the EVP- Professional & Corporate Services. This position is the expert advisory role to the EVP, President and CEO of a leading telecommunications/energy tax and regulatory firm. Accordingly, the role participates in the design, implementation and evaluation of tax strategy, tax reporting and regulatory reporting requirements for firm clients. The position requires management, leadership and training skills. The role directs senior managers and managers of five departments that are integral in the suite of tax and regulatory services offered to clients to ensure multiple facets of their business are properly handled. The position will require client interaction daily and will require on-site visits for client projects and implementations of tax and regulatory outsourcing. Required Education and Experience: Possession of a bachelor's degree in any major. Paralegal, Enrolled Agent or Law Degree highly desired. CMI/CPA/MBA and/or advanced certifications required. Eight+ years of professional experience, including five years of telecommunications research experience. A minimum of 6 years managing teams and individuals. References will be tested for managerial abilities and leadership capabilities. Must have excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Must be adaptable, flexible, and able to work independently to accomplish tasks in a time sensitive manner.  Knowledge of:  state and federal laws impacting utility legislation; how to handle adversarial interactions; how to negotiate reasonable solutions; effective research techniques; ability to: plan, direct and coordinate activities of a complex, interrelated and interdependent nature, where unknowns and numerous contingency factors are involved; work with outside parties and establish a working relationship in order to accomplish program goals; interpret existing and proposal laws, policies and procedures and how they relate to utility regulations; assess the client specific impact, operational and organizational implications of existing and proposed legislative, policy and program decisions; formulate firm policies, procedures and guidelines; and serve as technical advisor and liaison with internal staff, clients and staff, industry, affiliate groups and local, state and federal agencies.  Analytical and computer skills required. Testing of analytical, computer and research skills will be part of the interview process. Send resume to samantha@gsaudits.comDate Posted: 6/3/2019 (IPT2528)   

Tax Analyst Transportation Tax (Memphis, Tennessee) - FedEx Services.  To see responsibilities, qualifications and to apply, Click HereDate Posted: 5/23/2019 (IPT2528)  

Senior Tax Analyst Transportation Tax (Memphis, Tennessee) - FedEx Services. To see responsibilities, qualifications and to apply,  Click HereDate Posted: 5/23/2019 (IPT2527) 

Tax Accountant I Sales and Use (Palm Beach Gardens, Florida) - TBC Corporation, in Palm Beach Gardens, FL is looking for a Tax Accountant I.   TBC is a large multinational tire and auto services distribution and repair company.  TBC has wholesale, retail and franchise divisions and we are looking for a highly motivated individual with a willingness to learn the different aspects of sales tax applications and accounting.  If you’re looking to be a part of a fast paced tax team with the ability to work on a different transactional tax returns and tasks, please email your resume to the above email. The Tax Accountant I is responsible for producing various analysis and schedules in conjunction with the various tax filings, as well as preparation and filing of tire fee, sales tax, gross receipts and litter returns. The work will include tasks supporting the Shared Services organization as well as supporting the individual business units.  The individual will also be required to handle special projects throughout the year.
Primary Responsibilities: Assist with Preparing tax filings for all companies and applicable states for tire fee returns, litter returns, etc. Work with outsourced tax filing/preparation partners on sales and use tax filings. Assist other corporate personnel with tax-related matters. Analyze data for all tax filings, and put data into usable format for both internal and external uses. Ensure business and tax compliance in all states that we operate by reviewing new tax laws. Help design and/or improve controls and current tax processes. Research tax laws and current issues and present recommendations to leadership. Respond to Tax Authorities’ tax notices and inquiries. Reconcile tax accounts in accord with company’s General Accounting policies. Maintain confidentiality of proprietary information. Conduct other duties as assigned. Education & Experience: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or similar education. Excellent analytical skills. Excellent PC skills, including Excel, Access and Word. Strong communication skills (verbal and written). Self-motivated and able to work with deadlines. 1-3 years tax or general accounting experience. Prior experience with Vertex, SAP or other ERP systems is a plus. Please email resume to ECarravone@TBCCorp.comDate Posted: 5/21/2019 (IPT2526)  

Tax Manage Sales & Use Tax (The Woodlands, Texas) - Huntsman International LLC. Responsibilities include managing/controlling sales and use tax compliance, "hands on" management and resolution of state and local Sales & Use Tax audits, maintenance of the OneSource Sales & Use Tax Determination system, providing advice and counsel to client organizations (operating plants, internal businesses, Purchasing), and working with the Tax Director on strategic issues.  Education/Experience desired - Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or Business with a minimum of 5 years’ experience strongly preferred in Sales & Use Tax audit activities (including sampling techniques).  CPA preferred.  Knowledge/Skills required - Must have technical understanding of Sales & Use Tax related to a large multi-state corporation with manufacturing locations in AL, CA, IL, LA, MI, NC, & TX.  Other states a plus.  Strong Sales & Use tax research/investigation, written/verbal communication, strategic thinker/negotiator, and leadership skills are required.  Must be proficient with Microsoft applications (e.g. EXCEL, OUTLOOK, WORD), and the Internet.  Desirable Skills include OneSource (tax engine), SAP (accounting system), and ACL (audit system).  To apply visit www_huntsman.com_careers_S&U Tax Mgr-J-006450. Date Posted: 5/21/2019 (IPT2525) 

Senior Tax Analyst (Atlanta, Georgia) - WestRock is seeking an International Senior Tax Analyst located in Atlanta, GA. This position will have exposure to work in all areas of international corporate taxation, including but not limited to tax planning analysis and research, compliance, reporting and forecasting, transfer pricing and other cross border tax reporting requirements. This position will provide the opportunity to work for a dynamic global company with ability to develop best practices, grow tax technical skills and work cross functionally with other departments in the organization while supporting the business needs related to global transaction taxes. How you will impact WestRock: Functional team member to oversee new U.S. tax reform (GITLI, FDII) and foreign tax credit computations to ensure accuracy for the Company’s U.S. international compliance requirements. Manage the company’s global tax compliance process to ensure all tax returns are filed timely. Lead and institute process improvements in transfer pricing, such as country by country reporting (CBCR) and other cross border transactions.  Identify, design, and implement process improvement efforts to improve efficiencies, including employing Lean Six Sigma processes. Research and ensure appropriate tax treatment for complex international tax matters. Cross functional development by assisting with tax planning projects, tax controversy defense, accounting for income tax work and other areas to tax to continue development as a tax professional. Assist in compliance with cross border tax and reporting requirements, interacting with the WestRock Trade Compliance team, international business accountants, and third party agencies as needed and support indirect tax compliance or audit defense as needed. Liaise with local country corporate controllers around the world to identify savings opportunities as well as identify risk exposures. Monitor ongoing tax legislation and inform management of the potential impacts to the Company. What you need to succeed: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or Tax. Master’s degree in Accounting or Taxation and/or CPA preferred. 2-4 years of experience within a tax department of a large US multinational company, a public accounting firm or environment with exposure to the different aspects of International taxation. Experience working on U.S. international tax compliance (Forms 1118, 5471 and 8858) and other transactional and planning projects. Experience with large corporate financial systems such as JD Edwards, Oracle, SAP or Hyperion a plus. Strong skills with Microsoft Office products required. Ability to identify and execute process improvement initiatives. Experienced and comfortable in dealing with personnel at all levels of the organization, and internal and external auditors. Strong analytical, communication and critical thinking skills with an ability to multi-task and ability to look at the big picture. Accurate, precise, logical work required; ability to stay focused and on task in order to research and solve accounting and tax issues. Demonstrated initiative; motivated to exceed expectations. WestRock Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to creating and maintaining a diverse workforce: Minorities/Females/ Disabled/Veterans. Send resume to  Date Posted: 5/16/2019 (IPT2524)  

Compliance Analyst (Indianapolis, Indiana) - Sales/Use Compliance. DMA – DuCharme, McMillen & Associates, Inc. Summary: Support the Sales/Use Compliance function by processing multi-state sales/use tax returns for DMA clients as well as resolving notices and completing monthly reporting. To apply and see Position Responsibilities and Qualifications, Click HereDate Posted: 5/16/2019 (IPT2520)  

Manger Operating Tax (Jacksonville, Florida) - Property & Sales.  Veritiv is a leading North American B2B distributor providing a suite of business solutions that includes packaging, facility solutions, logistics, paper products, and more. Our goal isn’t just to help businesses hit their margins, but lead businesses in widening their margins of victory. We’re passionate in helping business reach new heights. It’s why we’re trusted by nearly 80 percent of Fortune 500 companies. We are seeking a Manager, Operating Tax for our indirect tax group in Jacksonville. The overall objectives of this position are to: Ensure the Company is in compliance with all Operating Tax (Property Tax) state and local tax laws, financial reporting and tax payment requirements, as well as GAAP and SOX requirements. Partner with the Business on corporate initiatives to plan and structure operations and to ensure the Company is engaged in tax planning and strategy development for minimizing property and transaction tax expense and exposure. Ensure all state and local audit defenses and advocacy initiatives for the Company are adequately planned and directed, and Provide leadership to Tax Accountants and collaborative support for the Transaction Tax Managers. Job Responsibilities: Develop and implement strategies to minimize and reduce the overall operating tax burden for the company through tax planning, research, and analysis for all 50 states and local jurisdictions. Monitor legislative developments in applicable areas of the tax law to determine the impact on the Company.  Manage all Property tax compliance including returns, assessments and tax payments as necessary for the Company.  This includes the development and implementation of practices and procedures for efficient collection of information prior to preparation of the tax returns and new processes as necessary to meet changing internal processes and systems. Assist when necessary with Transaction tax compliance including returns and tax payments for Canada, US, and/or other international jurisdictions. Manage all accounting for Property taxes including monthly account reconciliations, general ledger journal entries, and appropriateness of account balances. Manage and maintain documentation of tax policies and procedures to ensure SOX compliance, and manage processes to ensure timely recognition and financial reporting of ASC 450 exposures (loss contingencies). Provide Tax Business Advisory services to other departments as needed including accurate and timely analysis and research.  Review, analyze and provide feedback for real estate and personal property tax contracts and leases to ensure the appropriate language is included from an Operating Tax perspective. Manage the relationship with tax auditors.  Conduct and control the Company’s examinations including collection of information, defend the Company’s tax positions and work with all agents.  Manage all notices and responses.  Negotiate with the states/local jurisdictions on tax, penalty and interest assessments in order to minimize the Company’s liabilities. Manage, train and develop the tax accountants/consultants working on projects in this area. Qualifications/Knowledge & Experience: Education: Minimum requirements include Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Management, or Finance with CPA certificate or Certified State Income Tax Member (CMI).  Experience: Extensive experience in state operating taxes dealing with large corporate tax affairs which may be in industry, Big 4 accounting firm or similar surroundings (at least 5-8 years required with 8-12 preferred). Extensive knowledge of accounting principles and Operating Tax law required as well as effective research, writing and analytical skills. Able to deliver results, often under tight deadlines.  Must be a solid team player and demonstrate the ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment across functional areas. Instills trust necessary for teamwork through direct and truthful interactions. Must be “customer driven” to provide accurate and timely results to Real Estate, FP&A, Operations, Accounting, and Legal as necessary. Is able to identify and create processes necessary to complete a specific assignment or goal. Good communication and interpersonal skills as well as patience are required.  Is action oriented and takes the initiative, manages upward, able to multitask and maintain focus. Position Requires Travel as necessary but less than 10%. This position has the authority to make technical and process-oriented decisions, subject to review by the Director – Operating Tax, relative to their area of responsibilities for Operating Tax as well as negotiations with regard to external audits; also the authority to make tax planning decisions for the minimization of the operating tax burden or improvement of cash flow. Positions Supervised: Senior Tax Accountants, Tax Accountants. Outside service providers as required. To apply: Click Here.  Date Posted: 5/15/2019 (IPT2518)  

Sales Tax Accountant, Audit (Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin) - The Sales Tax Accountant - Audit is responsible for leading sales tax audits conducted by state and local taxing jurisdictions. The individual is also responsible for monitoring sales and use tax legislation, reviewing tax paid on Kohl's purchases and assisting in implementing tax saving opportunities. Duties: Be the main contact for assigned sales tax audits and prepare and provide documentation to support the audits. Analyze and reconcile financial data in order to defend company sales tax audit positions. Maintain knowledge of jurisdictional regulations and internal policies and procedures. Research tax laws and rulings and develop solutions to common sales tax audit issues.  Partner with management to present and negotiate disputes with auditors and other governmental officials. Ensure proper taxation of Kohl's purchases and assist in identifying and obtaining refund opportunities. Review Kohl's business transactions to ensure proper taxation of Kohl's purchases. Develop relationships with vendors and leverage these contacts to improve tax accuracy related to Kohl's purchases. Prepare and book monthly use tax accrual to account for tax needing to be self-assessed on Kohl's purchases. Actively seek out areas of sales tax savings and planning opportunities; prepare, submit and follow up on refund claims. Engage with and develop relationships with both internal and external business partners. Support sales tax inquiries from around the company including purchasing, facilities, logistics, and other internal and external business partners. Communicates tax analysis and recommendations to management in a simplified manner. Identify and support process improvement solutions. Objectively questions existing processes and procedures and identifies opportunities for improving accuracy and/or efficiency. Explores new ways to use current technology and supports the implementation of process solutions. Assist in sales tax incentive process. Partner with internal and external partners to explore potential sales tax incentive opportunities. Prepare monthly journal entries and annual budget relating to sales tax incentives. Required Skills: Working knowledge of Microsoft Office. Working knowledge of sales tax law and codes. Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or other relevant field. Sales Tax experience. Preferred Skills: Experience performing sales tax audits. Large Corporate, Public Accounting or Retail experience. Send resume to Date Posted: 5/8/2019 (IPT2516)  

Tax Analyst Sales Tax (Memphis, Tennessee) - Want a career where you are empowered to make a difference? Want to work for a company that is environmentally responsible? Want to grow and develop on the job? If so, FedEx is the place for you! Every day FedEx delivers for its customers with transportation and business solutions. FedEx serves more than 220 countries and territories around the globe. We can serve this global network due to our outstanding team of FedEx employees. FedEx has over 400,000 talented employees who are tasked with making every FedEx experience outstanding. FedEx has been recognized on many different lists both for business success and for being a great employer. Analyze, classify, ensure completion and compliance of the corporation’s tax obligations in accordance with state, federal and international laws leveraging specific tax knowledge and technological advances. Under general supervision provides analysis on moderately complex projects related to the application of state and local sales and use tax laws. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in business, finance or related discipline. Directly related experience within a tax/finance area. Knowledge of or ability to learn sales and use tax. Experience in public accounting or corporate tax department. Technical knowledge of PeopleSoft, MS Office, and tax software systems. Strong analytical, communications and research skills. CPA, Master’s Degree or other professional designation. To apply, Click HereDate Posted: 5/8/2019 (IPT2515)  

Senior Tax Analyst (Bannockburn, Illinois) - The Senior Tax Analyst is responsible for reviewing the output of the Tax Analyst/Associate who file and pay sales/use/property tax and business licenses as well as gather and process the information into the tax return software and other systems. This position will also update software set up/rules for changes in tax laws that require changes in taxing for billing purposes. The Senior Tax Analyst will also perform the above duties for those jurisdictions assigned by the Director and will assist on special projects such as implementations and testing necessary for various Tax Department initiatives. This person will also perform research and assist with any acquisition transitions. In addition, this role may provide training and guidance to the Tax Analyst/Associate and assign them certain tasks if necessary and provide the Director with input during the performance review process as it relates to those roles. Major Responsibilities: (10%) Timely review of Tax Analysts output to ensure accuracy preparation, filing and payment of taxes. (20%) Review/Prepare General Ledger Account reconciliations and analysis pertaining to taxes. (20%) Improve processes within the Tax Department to enhance accuracy and timeliness of preparation, filings and payments including updating Vertex when necessary. (40%) Timely and accurately prepare file and pay all taxes for jurisdictions assigned by the Director. (10%) Perform research as necessary regarding taxation of new business lines, products and law changes. Job Characteristics: This position requires the ability to determine issues based on fact situations and how those issues and facts may impact the sales/use tax compliance function and /or liability of Donlen or our customers. This position has a moderate impact to the business due to the customer billing issues that arise and the potential for business system changes due to law and compliance requirements. This position requires the ability to interact with other personnel from other departments as well as outside of Donlen to resolve issues. This position requires experience with Vertex O Series and Vertex Returns software. This position requires the ability to potentially lead a team of 1-2 members by reviewing completed work, answering various questions they may have and ensuring that they comply to departmental procedures and guidelines. Qualifications: Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. 3-5 year experiences in sales/use tax compliance in a multi-state environment preferably within the vehicle/equipment leasing industry. Experience with Word, Excel, J.D. Edwards, and Vertex O Series and Returns. Ability to work overtime and weekends as work load requires. Ability to meet deadlines. Good organizational skills. Donlen is a Drug-Free Workplace. All employment is contingent on successful completion of drug and background screening. EEO/AA: Females/Minorities/Disabled/Vets. Send resume to kramos@donlen.comDate Posted: 5/2/2019 (IPT2510)

Tax Accountant (Henderson, North Carolina) - Whether it is challenge, advancement or rewards - you'll find everything on the upswing at Variety Wholesalers, Inc.  As one of the country's oldest and most recognizable discount retail chains, more people are finding that we offer just the right combination to keep professionals on-the-go and our company out in front.  This continued success has created a need for an experienced Tax Accountant in our Store Support Center in Henderson, North Carolina.  If you have the desire to grow and excel, Variety Wholesalers is the career for you!  The Tax Accountant role is primarily responsible for timely and accurate compliance with state and local sales, use and payroll tax laws; completion of tax related accounting; coordination of compliance audits; and researching and resolving sales, use and payroll tax related inquiries. Responsibilities: Compile and validate data to file multi-state sales, use and payroll tax returns. Review and evaluate accounts payable to calculate use tax. Prepare tax related journal entries and reconcile tax related general ledger accounts. Research tax laws and maintain sales and payroll tax calculation and rate tables. Respond to inquiries from customers, vendors and store support team members. Resolve notices from state and local tax authorities. Coordinate sales, use and payroll tax audits. Maintain current procedures and identify process improvement and cost savings opportunities. Assist with special projects as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting. 2-4 years of related experience. Good organization, planning and prioritization skills. Ability to work under tight deadlines and in a fast paced environment. Attention to detail. Solid ability to analyze and manipulate data and resolve problems. Strong computer skills – particularly the ability to build more complex Excel spreadsheets. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Benefits: Competitive compensation package. Paid time off. Health insurance. Dental insurance. Vision insurance. Life insurance. Critical illness insurance. Disability insurance. 401(k). Variety Wholesalers, Inc. does not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, marital status, veteran status, or on the basis of age, handicap or disability. Send resume to Date Posted: 5/1/2019 (IPT2507)

Indirect Tax Manager (Sandy Springs, Georgia) - Americold Logistics LLC. Management of the US and foreign indirect tax compliance. Essential Functions: 1. Manage the indirect tax function, including property tax, sales and use tax, and some GST/VAT 2. Responsible for working with outside consultants to timely file property tax returns, determine when to appeal assessments, and to respond to audit requests. Provide outside consultants with documentation/documents necessary to evaluate assessments. 3. Maintain tax basis fixed asset system within SAP, and provide necessary information to outside consultants for preparation of property tax returns. Including making sure new depreciable assets are properly coded to correct taxable entity, and transferred assets are tracked accordingly. 4. Prepare annual budget for property tax and support GL team on maintaining proper accruals throughout the year. 5. Assist in preparing estimated property taxes for potential new investments. 6. Prepare, review and reconcile sales and use tax accruals. 7. Gather necessary sales and use tax information on a monthly basis to provide to outside consultants for return preparation. 8. Maintain Vertex software system for sales and use tax. 9. Responsible for coordinating Company responses to audit requests and manage audit process. 10. Manage communication and correspondence with external consultants. 11. Provide Corporate level support for international issues (VAT, transfer price, etc.) 12. Perform tax research, including interpretation and application of corporate tax law and policy 13. Provide tax planning and strategy for new deals and agreements, including aiding with the creation of new entities, proposed transactions and researching tax saving strategies in income, sales and use and property taxes 14. Ensure files and documentation are properly recorded for compliance under SOX 404 regulations 15. Prepare tax account analysis and reconciliations and maintain tax records 16. Assist VP Tax and other tax department personnel with REIT and/or other income tax related issues and projects 17. Other duties, as assigned. Education, Training & Professional Experience: • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance is required; CPA or Masters in Tax, or other industry certification. • A minimum of 5 years of progressive tax experience, preferably within a recognized public accounting firm and/or relevant experience in the private sector • Technical experience: Property Tax, Sales and Use tax and Foreign GST/VAT taxes • Previous tax planning and strategy experience • Ability to perform well under pressure and maintain a positive attitude in a high-volume and changing environment • Demonstration of ownership and ability to multi-task in order to balance responsibilities with assigned projects, while ensuring that all deadlines are met • Experience in SAP, Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel, and accounting software systems including Vertex; 25% Travel. Send resume to or apply @ Click Here. Date Posted: 5/1/2019 (IPT2506)

Indirect Tax Technology Manager (Falls Church, Virginia) - Tax Specialty: Indirect Tax Technology. Expand your career through experience and exposure, all the while supporting a mission that seeks to ensure the security and freedom of our nation and its allies. This position can be located in any Northrop Grumman Location. The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to: Manages Indirect Tax technology projects involving multiple business unit partners. Implements and maintains Indirect Tax automation and reporting tools (Vertex & Sabrix) within our ERP systems (SAP/Cost Point). Optimizes tax systems to utilize recent software enhancements and capabilities. Configures/customizes tax systems to supplement out-of-the-box functionality. Assesses and improves process and data flow related to Indirect Tax automation initiatives. Monitors and stays up to date on emerging tax technology trends and continually reevaluates and revises the tax technology strategy for Indirect Tax. Sets appropriate goals and deadlines, managing resource requirements, establishing written project plans, regularly monitoring and communicating projects’ status and seeing projects through to completion. Recommends solutions, outlines suggested courses of actions and implements solutions to correct errors going forward. Develops and analyzes reporting metrics to readily determine sales/use tax implications of company operations. Basic Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics or demonstrated equivalent combination of education, skills, knowledge, abilities and experience. 9+ years of relevant Indirect Tax experience with a proactive approach to collaboration and problem solving. Deliverable-focused, strong work ethic, and the capability to handle multiple projects and stakeholders. Excellent analytical skills and the ability to independently identify and resolve issues. Understands cross functional impact and ability to build consensus with business partners. Relies on experience and judgment to plan and accomplish goals. Ability to independently and proactively resolve problems within established parameters. Ability to exercise considerable judgment and discretion in establishing and maintaining good working relationships with both internal and external clients. Significant experience working with SAP and Vertex/Sabrix (or other third-party indirect tax automation software). Experience developing and implementing processes, procedures, systems and or standards. Excels with the use of emerging technology and advanced data warehousing. Travel may be required. Due to the nature of this work, U.S. citizenship is required. Preferred Qualifications: Vertex Certification a plus. Master's degree and 7+ years of experience. CPA a plus. Proven spreadsheet application skills and other database, automation or business intelligence skills. Northrop Grumman is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. For our complete EEO/AA and Pay Transparency statement, please visit U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions. To apply: Click HereDate Posted: 4/30/2019 (IPT2505)

Sales/Use Tax Analyst (Houston, Texas) - Reporting to the Manager Taxation in the Houston office, the Tax Analyst will actively participate in TransCanada’s indirect tax function to ensure compliance with sales and use tax reporting requirements.  The Tax Analyst will provide tax guidance to various stakeholders and assist with sales and use tax audits. Responsibilities: Review and analyze purchase data for the filing of sales and use tax returns in multiple jurisdictions. Responsible for the timely and accurate preparation/review of assigned sales and use tax returns. Prepare/review severance tax, gross receipts and other excise tax returns. Provide tax guidance to the supply chain group, project managers and others related to various sales/use tax matters. Assist with sales and use tax audits. Perform tax research including documentation of research findings. Respond to tax jurisdictional notices and inquiries. Perform/review monthly general ledger account reconciliations of the sales and use tax accounts. Prepare/review financial information for budgets and forecasts. Complete special projects as assigned by manager/director. Qualifications/Competencies: Strong knowledge of SAP. Working knowledge of sales and use taxation. Experience in tax research and assisting with sales/use tax audits. Excellent organizational skills that allow the candidate to manage multiple tasks and competing priorities. Excellent communication skills. A strong team player who is able to work well with others. Detail oriented. Working knowledge of Vertex and research tools such as CCH, TTR a plus. Proficient use of Microsoft Excel and Word. Education/Experience: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or related business field. CPA, related designation or equivalent a plus. Four or more years of related experience in sales and use taxation. Link to Apply: Click Here. Date Posted: 4/30/2019 (IPT2504)

Senior Indirect Tax Analyst (Atlanta, Georgia) - Area: Sales and Use Tax or Indirect Tax. For all Porsche North American companies, the position will manage all areas of the sales tax compliance process. The position will also support planning for and analyzing the tax impact of business transactions, law changes and state and federal audits. The position will also be critical in building relationships across the business units and supporting process improvement projects. Responsibilities: Tax Compliance. Manage monthly U.S. filing process from start to finish. Reconcile and approve tax payment funding requests. Manage internal control process for the sales tax bank account. Prepare, review and file all Canadian GST, HST & PST monthly returns. Oversee and reconcile all sales tax accounts monthly. Prepare, review and file miscellaneous returns as needed. Support internal controls for indirect tax processes. Develop and execute internal audit of out sourced return processes, funding & filings. Indirect Tax Audits. Interface with DOR personnel for US and Canadian audits. Provide analysis for audit related issues; for North American entities. Manage IDR log and responses. Resolve sales tax related notices. Business Unit Support. Work with business unit accounting personnel to ensure entries are properly & timely recorded for tax payments, refunds and accruals. Partner with business unit personnel with respect to tax compliance needs and procedural issues. Address rate issues for the financial services company. Update tax systems (Onesource) for business operational changes. Act as a subject matter expert to the business as indirect tax issues arise. Special Projects. Research and resolve issues that arise in the compliance process. Support rate and law change updates to the various tax and accounting systems. Work with Tax Director and Tax Manager to identify areas of exposure. Assist the Tax Director Tax Manager with research and special projects as issues arise. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related discipline required. CPA, MST, JD preferred. Minimum 5 years of sales tax experience in - public accounting firm or large corporate tax department. Excellent personal computer skills required Access, Excel, Word, RIA or CCH tax research software. SAP experience and Onesource Indirect Tax experience a plus. Excellent organizational skills required with an ability to meet highly detailed reporting requirements. How to apply: Click Here. Date Posted: 4/24/2019 (IPT2502)

Tax Senior Associate (SALT) - We are looking for a driven and experienced state and local tax practitioner to join our growing state and local tax practice. As a senior in our state and local tax practice, you will actively participate on client engagements, perform state and local tax compliance and/or consulting services, and team with other tax team members in providing value-added state and local tax solutions to our clients. Responsibilities: Demonstrate an understanding of multi-state income/franchise taxes, sales/use taxes, property taxes, credits/incentives, and employment taxes and apply that tax knowledge to client facts/situations. Prepare and/or review multi-state and local income/franchise tax returns, sales/use tax returns, property tax returns, and employment tax returns Research state and local tax issues. Draft state and local tax technical memoranda or matrices. Assist with multi-state and local tax controversy engagements. Work on outsourcing state and local tax engagements at client sites. Assist with multi-state tax due diligence on merger and acquisition and restructuring projects. Key Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting; Master's in Taxation or JD/LLM is a plus. Minimum 2 years of experience in state and local taxation. Previous experience in a public accounting firm. CPA candidate or licensed CPA. Proven competence in CCH, RIA Checkpoint, Vertex, GoSystems Tax RS, and PTMS. Proficient research, analytical and verbal/written communication skills. Ability to travel to client locations and other firm offices in California. We have an excellent benefits package including top-tier market salaries, bonus program, Firm paid medical, dental, vision and life insurance, 401 (K) plan and employer match, short-term and long-term disability, paid personal time off, continuing education, CPA licensing support, and other benefits. To apply, Click Here. Date Posted: 4/22/2019 (IPT2501)