Property Tax Positions Available


Senior Associate, Property Tax (Miami, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Denver, Colorado; Chicago, Illinois; Austin/Houston/Dallas, Texas) - Our Commercial Real Estate Property Tax Services practice is seeking to hire a Senior Associate to work on tax consulting and valuation projects.  Join the global leader in risk and financial advisory solutions—Kroll. With a nearly century-long legacy, we blend trusted expertise with cutting-edge technology to navigate and redefine industry complexities. As a part of One Team, One Kroll, you'll contribute to a collaborative and empowering environment, propelling your career to new heights. Ready to build, protect, restore and maximize our clients’ value? Your journey begins with Kroll. Responsibilities: Performing in-depth client, industry, and general market research. Analyzing financial and market data. Contributing to the development of presentations, proposals, and publications. Development of fair market value opinions using traditional business and property valuation techniques such as Discounted Cash Flow, Income Capitalization, Market, and Replacement Cost Approaches. Preparing financial models and analyses for income approach (including DCF), direct comparison approach and cost approach valuation methods. Market, and Replacement Cost Approaches. Preparing and filing administrative appeals and refund claims. Assisting in the preparation of presentation materials for tax hearings. Assisting with preparation of project status reports for clients. Tracking refunds and assisting with preparation of client invoices. Assisting with preparation of tax projection scenarios for pre- and post-acquisition due diligence. Essential traits: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Real Estate or similarly related field OR a minimum of 4 years related work experience. Minimum 2 years of property tax related experience. TDLR License Required. Desire to work towards a professional certification such as ASA, CMI, CFA, MAI or other similar accreditation. Proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Strong analytical skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and as part of a team. Strong personal integrity. Ability to travel as necessary. Prior experience in property tax capacity is desired. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/11/2024 (IPT025)

Vice President, Property Tax (Miami, Florida; Atlanta, Georgia; Denver, Colorado; Chicago, Illinois; Austin/Houston/Dallas, Texas) - Our Commercial Real Estate Property Tax Services practice is seeking to hire a Vice President to work on tax consulting and valuation projects. Join the global leader in risk and financial advisory solutions—Kroll. With a nearly century-long legacy, we blend trusted expertise with cutting-edge technology to navigate and redefine industry complexities. As a part of One Team, One Kroll, you'll contribute to a collaborative and empowering environment, propelling your career to new heights. Ready to build, protect, restore and maximize our clients’ value? Your journey begins with Kroll. Responsibilities: Performing in-depth client, industry, and legislative research. Analyzing financial and market data. Development of presentations, proposals, and publications. Development of fair market value opinions using traditional business and property valuation techniques such as Discounted Cash Flow, Income Capitalization, Market, and Replacement Cost Approaches. Preparing and filing administrative appeals and refund claims. Attending and presenting at tax hearings. Preparation of project status reports for clients. Tracking refunds and assisting with preparation of client invoices. Preparation of tax projection scenarios for pre- and post-acquisition due diligence. Assist with Development of junior staff. Leading projects as needed. Essential traits: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Economics, Finance, Management, Real Estate or similarly related field. Minimum 4 years of property tax related experience. ASA, CPA, CFA, MAI or other similar accreditation desired. Proficient in Excel, Word and PowerPoint. Strong analytical skills . Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong personal integrity. Ability to travel as necessary. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/11/2024 (IPT024)

Manager, Complex Property Tax (Hunt Valley, Maryland & Denver, Colorado) -  - This role is remote within the US and would be reporting to leadership in our Hunt Valley, MD and Denver offices. We are looking for a Tax Manager to join our Energy team that is part of our Complex Property Tax department. This role is remote within the US and would be reporting to leadership in our Hunt Valley, MD and Denver offices. Key Qualifications: Project management with a focus on client service and retention, Oversees the execution of project scope as performed by consultants and determined by supervisors. Responsible for complex analysis. May be involved with account settlement under the supervision of leadership. Protect, renew, and expand existing clients. Uphold standards for service. Respond to all client requests. Clearly communicate project status and information requests to the client in a way that promotes confidence in Altus’ work product. Communicate analysis results and status to supervisors and clients. Ensure all systems are updated for projected revenue and timing, and staffing of personnel. Execution of project scope through implementation of advanced functions, automation, and other technologies as needed. Clear understanding of valuation concepts and support needed to present a case to an assessor. Review the work product of others to ensure work is performed in accordance with Altus standards and project scope. Bachelor’s degree (Accounting, Finance, or other business-related field preferred, but not required) Ability to supervise others in a positive manner and prioritize subordinates’ work loads. Complex property tax experience required, energy or renewable specific experience preferred. Valuation experience specific to special use industrial facilities, both real and personal preferred, including all approaches to value. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel. Ability to multitask while meeting tight, client-driven and jurisdiction deadlines, excellent organizational skills, attention to detail. Complex property tax experience required, energy or renewable specific experience preferred. Valuation experience specific to special use industrial facilities, both real and personal preferred, including all approaches to value. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel. Ability to multitask while meeting tight, client-driven and jurisdiction deadlines, excellent organizational skills, attention to detail. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/2/2024 (IPT023)

Senior Consultant, Complex Property Tax (Hunt Valley, Maryland & Denver, Colorado) -  Altus Group is currently seeking a Senior Consultant to join their Complex Property Tax business area.  This role will be reporting to leadership out of our Hunt Valley, MD and Denver, Co offices. This will be a remote position. Key Responsibilities: Independent analysis and project completion capable of determining next step in projects. Independent analysis of data to assist with scope definition, appeal determination, and/or project completion.   Provide recommendations to management for course appeal recommendations and/or next steps of a project or appeal. Once scope is defined, execution of steps to allow for project completion. Correspond with assessors and clients to gather information necessary for work completion.  Implementation and execution of a project plan to meet scope requirements for routine or repeatable projects. Supervise employees, as appropriate, to ensure work completion and communicate analysis results and status to supervisors and clients. Billing and monitoring project profitability.  Ensure all systems are updated for projected revenue and timing, and staffing of personnel. Act as a first level resource for new/lesser experience staff for technical and analytical matters. Key Qualifications Bachelor’s degree (Accounting, Finance, or other business-related field preferred, but not required) Relevant property tax experience, preferably in industrial, energy, telecom, or similar markets. Working knowledge of valuation concepts. Advance level Excel, Word and Adobe skills. Ability to consolidate and analyze large and complex data sets. Advanced analytical skills. High attention to detail. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/2/2024 (IPT022) 

Analyst, Tax Valuation (Keller, Texas) - Property Tax. Reporting out of our Keller, TX office, into our Senior Director. The Tax Valuation Analyst will support the Consultants of the Real Estate Tax Valuation and Appeals practice. The Tax Valuation Analyst is an entry level position designated to assist the Consultants in performing property searches and extracting data in support of real property appeal packages. Strong potential for career progression for highly motivated talent to move into Consultant role.  Job Responsibilities: Research and extract data from various data sources, Conduct independent analysts of data to assist with scope definition, appeal determination and project completion, Build expertise in searching several database tools, Extract and organize relevant data points into a standard, ingestible format, Compile appeal packages, Assist in the creation of appeal packages for a variety of property types and across jurisdictions, Analyze and rebut packages produced by the jurisdictions.  Key Qualifications: A degree in data analytics, business, finance or related field preferred, Previous experience in a business, research or data related field, Experience with Excel, Strong technical skills, resourceful, self-learner, Excellent written and verbal communication skills, Interested or has working knowledge of the commercial real estate market, Working knowledge of Real Estate Tax Valuation and Appeal practices is considered a strong asset. To apply click here. Date Posted: 3/14/2024 (IPT019) 

Marketing/Office Manager (Houston, Texas * In-Office) - Property Tax LitigatorSM is a new company formed from a service line of our Managing Partner’s legal practice. The company’s focus is property tax litigation. As a start-up, we are energetic about networking and want to be continuous learners, which means there’s ample opportunity for upward growth and an expanded role for the right candidate. Our mission statement is to save clients more tax dollars by amplifying the property tax appeal process with efficient, engaged, & courtroom-ready trial attorneys collaborating with a client’s consultants to give the practical advice & strong negotiations necessary for the best value position possible. We accomplish this work through our core values by being zealous, collaborative, efficient, and trustworthy. Our Marketing/Office Manager will play a crucial role helping manage the day-to-day business and administrative functions for the company. Initially, the primary focus will be on marketing this service line to property owners through property tax consultants, corporations and businesses in the energy sector and other industries, to commercial real estate professionals, and to corporate attorneys. We will focus on relationship-based marketing, i.e. hosting coffee and lunches, and giving our networks the personal and caring touch as we build our reputation for excellent and individualized service. When the main filing season begins, this role will also help support litigation services, including customer service, client support, intake, motions preparation, and e-filing. Responsibilities may also include assistance with legal research depending on experience level.  The ideal candidate is someone with an entrepreneurial spirit who enjoys a growth mindset and is flexible to handle the changing role requirements of a fast-paced environment. We will train for specifics, but you should be hungry to learn and contribute as a key member of a core team that shapes the future of the company. This role requires excellent communication, scheduling, organization, and relationship-building skills from someone who is very detail-oriented. We are a small, entrepreneurial team with the energy and performance goals of a larger, high functioning organization. We work fast and anticipate excellence because the clients we serve deserve our very best. This role will report directly to the Managing Partner, Drew Willey, and offers an opportunity to work in a dynamic and growing company with exposure to various aspects of property tax & valuation, and working for a boutique law firm.  Qualifications: Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent networker. Organized and detail-oriented. Administrative experience with property tax protests or appeals will be highly considered. Experience in law firm office management, marketing, or administration will be considered. Systems software proficiency and experience required in Gmail, Google Calendar, Microsoft Office (incl. Word, Excel, Powerpoint), Google Docs, Google Sheets, Adobe Acrobat, and client management software systems. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references. All application materials should be submitted as a single attachment in an email in a single PDF document to Drew@propertytaxlitigator.com. In the cover letter, please include tangible examples of demonstrating our core values and the other job qualifications & qualities, and explanations about any relevant experience. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Date Posted: 3/5/2024 (IPT018) 

Property Tax Director (Dallas, Texas) - At AT&T we’re redefining the future of connectivity. At our core is a passion to serve our customers with products and services that create connections, improve lives, and allow millions to share the stories and experiences that matter. Our Corporate teams are fueled by innovation and a desire to connect the world in meaningful ways. Join our team and bring your bold ideas, supporting and transforming our business across areas like marketing, finance and more. The Director-Tax performs supervisory assignments in property taxation. This professional will need to be able to work independently, and to exercise competent judgment within generally defined practices and policies in finding and selecting methods/ techniques which meet Company objectives. The candidate needs to be proficient in professional appraisal and legal concepts to be able to resolve complex property tax issues in effective ways. This job also requires detailed analyses of significant and unique issues of a diverse scope where multiple intangible factors come into play. As such, the candidate will need strong interpersonal skills to develop working relationships across a wide range of Company teams (both inside and outside of the Tax Department) so as to draw on knowledge and resources from multiple disciplines in furthering the property tax effort. Job Duties - Key Responsibilities: Responsible for property tax valuations, property tax assessment negotiations with taxing jurisdictions, approving property tax filing positions and renditions, and managing regional property tax budget. Develop and maintain relationships with local and state tax authorities in the region to facilitate effective communication, favorable tax negotiations and settlement resolutions. Coordinate with taxing authorities on assessment review and appeals. Provide testimony before taxing boards or other authorities on proposed values, exemptions and/or other disputes. Additional responsibilities include overseeing all internally developed valuation deliverables and managing third-party appraisals and reports, property tax research & planning, supporting, reviewing, and analyzing and interpreting pending and enacted tax legislation, advising senior management of the tax implications associated with Company business activities. Qualifications: Candidate should have a minimum of 8+ years of Utility or Telecom property tax experience with Industry or a Big 4 accounting firm (min. of 3 yrs. in centrally assessed property tax area). The candidate is required to have strong working knowledge and understanding of valuation and appraisal theory and concepts. Strong writing skills, extensive Excel spreadsheet analysis, tax research, Microsoft Word, Access (or equivalent database software) and PowerPoint skills are also required. Certified Public Accountant or credential appraiser designation (i.e., ASA, CMI, MAI) is preferred but not required. For more information and to apply click hereDate Posted: 2/26/2024 (IPT016)     

Property Tax Analyst (Dallas, Texas) - The Welltower Tax team is seeking a highly motivated and organized Property Tax Analyst. Reporting to the Manager, Property Tax, this newly created position will bridge the gap as a dedicated tax resource for investment teams and foster stronger internal and external (Operators) relationships. You will directly support the Investment Teams (IT) in preparing real estate tax liability projection reports and valuation forecasts. You'll be instrumental in centralizing tax data within Welltower Tax by improving asset management data warehousing and alleviating the Tax Manager's administrative burden. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute directly to the team's efficiency and accuracy, leaving a lasting impact on Welltower's tax function. Job Duties: Assist with the administrative process of property tax appeals and document management in WELL systems. Process data entry into WELL systems and manage data capture for periodical reports to internal stakeholders and external customers. Handle annual compliance and notice management. Support the preparation of tax projection reports and other required tasks for investment teams. Assist with maintaining a master list of the Welltower US & Canadian asset portfolio with real estate data metrics. Provide support with maintaining a master calendar for appeal due dates, assessments data, and real estate tax due dates. Capture all real estate data metrics from operators for all US & Canadian assets. Assist with real property tax budget & forecasting for Company assets. Research regulatory and legislative changes to real property taxes effecting the Company’s assets. Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, or related field. 2-3 years’ experience. OneSource or Optimus software experience preferred or related software/database knowledge. Strong attention to detail and analytical skills. Proficiency in data management and reporting. Knowledge of property tax regulations, valuation and compliance preferred. To apply click here. Date Posted: 2/21/2024 (IPT015)                  

Senior Tax Agent (Houston, Texas) - Oxy is an international energy company with assets primarily in the United States, the Middle East, and North Africa. We are one of the largest oil and gas producers in the U.S., including a leading producer in the Permian and DJ basins, and offshore Gulf of Mexico. Our midstream and marketing segment provides flow assurance and maximizes the value of our oil and gas. Our chemical subsidiary OxyChem manufactures the building blocks for life-enhancing products. Our Oxy Low Carbon Ventures subsidiary is advancing leading-edge technologies and business solutions that economically grow our business while reducing emissions. We are committed to using our global leadership in carbon management to advance a lower-carbon world. Visit oxy.com for more information. We are currently looking for an experienced and motivated individual to fill the position of Senior Tax Agent within our Property & Excise Tax group based in Greenway Plaza, Houston, Texas. Individual will have dual property and excise tax function responsibilities with emphasis on working with different databases and building general and tailored analysis for the tax departments’ use. Responsible for review of Ad Valorem tax assessments and their analysis, and legal compliance of tax return filings, payments, and audits for assigned Corporation assets.  Assist in the management and performance of sales and use tax audits.  Provide support and review of monthly sales and use tax compliance reports for filing of excise tax returns. Duties and responsibilities: Interact with various Corporate personnel on a routine basis to acquire necessary data to complete duties. Develop and maintain property and excise tax system data, analysis, and procedures to ensure accuracy of tax assessments and filings. Preform valuations and review assessments of Corporate assets by generally accepted appraisal techniques to ensure proposed tax assessments are equitable, reasonable, legal, and fair. Negotiate property tax assessments with state and local taxing authorities and approve legal binding settlements. Support and maintain Vertex sales tax system for proper analysis of transactions to ensure accuracy of sales and use tax accruals. Assist with data archiving and the creation of data files. Perform monthly general ledger tax account reconciliations. Represent the Corporation before administrative appeals and quasi-judicial hearings. Provide support and legal appeal recommendations for unresolved tax issues. Conduct and represent the Corporation in tax audits. Authorize payment of tax liabilities in accordance with applicable state tax statutes and local policy. Assist with technical training for other departmental staff and provide tax training and procedures for other Corporate personnel. Assist with annual property value summations and Ad Valorem tax liabilities for Corporate Business Units. Other duties as required. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, Engineering or Mathematics. Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Outlook, Access and PowerPoint). Experience with large spreadsheets and databases is necessary with skills querying and analyzing data. Analytical, self-motivated, organized, collaborative, strong negotiating, written and verbal communication skills. Desired Qualifications:  Postgraduate degree in Computer Science, Engineering, Accounting or Business. Proficiency with SAP, Oracle and Spotfire. Experience or proficiency in Microsoft SQL Server. Experience with decline curve analysis and discounted cash flow software. Experience with Power Plan Property Tax and Vertex Sales Tax Module. To apply click here. Date Posted: 1/25/2024 (IPT011) 

Property Tax Manager (Fishers, Indiana, a NE suburb of Indianapolis) - JM Tax Advocates Property Tax Managers work closely with JMTA's President and Director in all aspects of job responsibilities including serving as a client’s trusted advisor, demonstrating knowledge of industry trends, identifying client issues and conflicts, and proactively communicating solution options to client, President and Director, leading a team of consultants to deliver property tax and incentive compliance, appeal, and consulting services for JMTA clients. JM Tax Managers maintain existing client relationships and focuses on property tax and incentive planning opportunities. This includes enforcing policies, standards and guidelines, researching issues, reviewing real and assessable personal property tax assessments, maintaining company workpaper database, negotiating reduction settlements, and the preparation and presentation of assessment appeals and supporting litigation.  You will research available incentives, present and negotiate incentive requests, and document secured benefits and findings. Responsibilities: Monitors team compliance with Firm policies, practice guidelines, and standards. Manages and monitors all aspects of the annual property tax cycle for assigned real and personal property portfolios. Develops client workplans and schedules for associated project deliverables. Inspects properties, where required. Obtains and reviews assessor worksheets and property records, where required. Prepares independent target values for each property assigned using appropriate valuation methodology. Prepares and conducts client presentations. Reviews and reconciles client data and identifies tax issues to research. Responds to client inquiries and requests from assessing agencies in a timely manner. Serves as principal contact for client activity. Manages practice group needs (equipment, supplies, software, training, etc.). Manages personnel (assignments, position requests, etc.) while fostering a team environment that demonstrates support of firm management and decisions while building a positive culture of collaboration and mentoring staff. Manages the preparation, review, and processing of all client reporting requirements. Manages and assists in the preparation of abatement and exemption applications. Manages all aspects of the appeal process (informal, formal, and litigation) and reports status and results to the client and firm management. Manages deadlines and work needed to meet said deadlines. Reviews and approves client tax bills for payment, where required. Assists clients with accruals, budgets, and forecasts. Assists with client billing and collections and company financial forecasting. Communicates new issues, legislative changes, training opportunities, and client needs and strategies. Maintains existing client relationships and broadens practice scope. Pursues and maintains professional designations (i.e., CMI, Indiana Level III, CPA, etc.). Participates actively in professional organizations. Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, mathematics or business administration with an emphasis in accounting. 5 years of experience in Property Tax consulting. CPA preferred. Level III or CMI preferred. Project management skills. 3 years of previous experience managing people. Excellent communication skills. Detail oriented. Deadline driven. Willingness to learn new concepts/skills. Microsoft Office Suite . Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel (Ability to work with a large volume of data to perform VLOOKUPs and pivot tables, experience with complex formulas. Familiarity with JetPack and Appeal Track software a plus. Send resume to joshua@jmtaxadvocates.com. Date Posted: 1/23/2024 (IPT007)

Indirect Tax Project Lead (Columbus, Ohio) - Tax Specialty: Indirect Tax, Sales & Use, Property Tax. Unique Opportunity at American Honda Motor Co. Honda is looking for skills in tax technology to support the Indirect Tax Team. Please review my questions: Would you like a brand-new Honda automobile, of your choice, as a company car, with insurance and maintenance paid? Do you want industry leading health insurance and wellness programs? Do you want 401K savings programs with significant matching contributions. Do you want to work for a company that is focused on innovation, creativity and vision.  Do you want to work with a company who can provide state-of-the-art technology tools, advanced AI, and the experts needed for education, training and learning? Would you like to work in the exciting world of heavy manufacturing where tax issues are extremely complex and challenging. Would you like to work with a company that has global reach, providing opportunities for associates worldwide. Would you like to work with a company that manufactures a wide variety of fun products like, cars, motorcycles, ATV's, Jet Aircraft, boat motors, weed whackers, and most everything with an engine? Yes, you get discounts. Would you like to live in the hottest center for manufacturing technology in America?  Would you like to be a part of the largest corporate transformation in Automobile Manufacturing. My name is John Dritt and I am the Unit Leader of the Indirect Tax Team at American Honda Motor Co. The automobile industry is changing at a phenomenal rate. Honda is undergoing a "Second Founding" of the company. The industry changes are so significant that Honda is essentially saving the best of history and totally changing for the future. This is the most exciting adventure into the future of transportation technology in America. We are rebuilding everything in Indirect Tax from scratch, with industry leading tools and experts. We are not a compliance shop, that work is outsourced. We are a team of innovators in Indirect Tax, working with the leading advisors and attorneys in America. We need a technology expert who understands indirect tax, and who can help us seek out and automate inefficient processes. We are responsible for all Honda/Acura indirect tax (Sales & Use, Property Tax, Payroll Tax) in North America. I can't put all the exciting things going on At Honda in this post. It is just too much. If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, please contact Danielle Turlep at DanielleTerlep@brewermorris.com. Or you can see the opportunity at Honda Careers online. Date Posted: 1/23/2024 (IPT006)

Business Personal Property Specialist (Chicago, Illinois) - Flanagan | Bilton is seeking a Business Personal Property Specialist to join the team.  The general duties of the Business Personal Property Specialist are to collect and analyze business financial and personal property data for the purposes of creating, reviewing, forecasting, and filing business personal property returns that are compliant with business personal property assessment statutes and administrative rules of the various jurisdictions throughout the United States. This is an in-office position with office hours of Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide legal support. Review business property data, review and file returns, returns. Manage the filing and appeal processes for business personal property returns. Perform various analyses for clients, such as tax projections annual budgets, communicate returns and appeal status, and review/discuss client needs. Present and negotiate returns and appeals with various assessing jurisdictions. Communicate and present the firm's services to potential clients. Review and approve invoices. Requirements: Business personal property experience. Strong analytical background. Minimum Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Compensation: Starting Salary: 75,000. A 3-2 hybrid working schedule for 2024. 120 hours of PTO after a 90-day probation period (unused hours are forfeited annually). Typically, 17 plus paid holidays. Employee-only medical, dental, vision, and basic life premium insurance paid by the employer. 3% of salary employer 401k contribution after two years of employment. Business casual dress code with exceptions based on assigned tasks and positions. Team atmosphere. Annual reviews. The above is intended to describe the general content of and requirements for the performance of this job. It should not be construed as an exhaustive statement of all essential functions, responsibilities, or requirements. A pre-employment background check is required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 1/18/2024 (IPT005)

Property Tax Supervisor (Houston, Texas) - World leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, Air Liquide is present in 80 countries with approximately 66,000 employees and serves more than 3,6 million customers and patients. Oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen have been at the core of the company’s activities since its creation in 1902. Air Liquide’s ambition is to be the leader in its industry, delivering long-term performance and acting responsibly. The position requires flexibility and the ability to manage complex property tax scenarios for multi-divisions in multiple states. The qualified candidate shall create and improve the work process and train staff for excellent deliverables in a demanding environment for value creation realization to the businesses. Responsibilities: Manages and monitors all aspects of the annual property tax cycle. Exhibits an understanding of the levels of authority, legal precedents, rulings, and regulations. Works effectively with associates and superiors in analyzing business property tax. Property Tax valuation background. The ability to understand the plant’s machinery and equipment and its applications. Performs complete and efficient reviews of the property tax returns while providing guidance and supervision to staff. Demonstrates the ability to gather data from businesses and third-party sources effectively. Attends hearings, settlement conferences, and negotiations through settlement Understand and know how to apply property exemption options and the required compliances. File corrections, as needed per the administrative process. Ability to travel 10%, on average, based on the work you do. Serves as the primary contact overseeing business activities and responds to business inquiries and requests from assessing jurisdictions. Qualifications: Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrate the ability to perform this job successfully. An individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, PowerBI, PTMS, ORACLE, and other third-party tax industry software to navigate and research. Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Economics, or Accounting. 6+ Years of progress experience in a large industrial manufacturing organization. Prior property tax experience is required. Candidates with applicable designated valuation background preferred. To apply click here. Date Posted: 1/18/2024 (IPT004)