State Income Tax Positions Available


Tax Manager (Springdale, Arkansas) -
This position is responsible for the managing of day-to-day activities related to state income and franchise tax audits and compliance as well as annual reports for the Tyson Foods consolidated group. This includes ensuring timely and accurate compliance with applicable state laws and regulations and other planning and related projects. This position reports directly to an Income Tax Director and supervises and develops Tax Accountants and Sr. Tax Accountants across the Income Tax group depending on the project. This position also participates in and supports federal income tax compliance and related projects.  Responsibilities include: working directly with state taxing jurisdictions to resolve audit controversy issues; monitoring on a day-to-day basis state income tax activities such as tax law changes court case results etc. in order to assess related implications advise management develop responses and assure compliance; assisting with quarterly calculation of the group’s state effective income tax rate cash flow projections and tax accounting and reporting; managing projects of varying size and complexity; and any other duties that may arise.  Requirements:  Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in accounting.  In addition a good knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and of federal and state tax laws and accounting.  CPA designation is preferred.  6 plus years of experience in the field of corporation income taxation or related fields.  Experience managing state audits strongly preferred.  Prior experience with a Big 4 accounting firm is a plus.  Requires standard computer skills.  Candidate must have working ability with Excel Word and Outlook. Must have ability to perform technical research using RIA Checkpoint BNA or other tax research tools and the ability to learn and become proficient in tax software such as Corptax or OneSource.  SAP knowledge and experience preferred. 0-3 plus domestic trips per year.  Supervisory Responsibilities include 0 - 2 senior accountants, accountants or interns. When completing a Tyson Foods employment application, be sure to complete all tasks listed on the candidate home page.  If not, you will see a message that there are 1 or more task(s) that require attention.  Applicants for hourly production positions must complete the task to provide additional information to be considered from employment. Tyson is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status. Send resume to paden.meyer@tyson.com. Date Posted: 2/14/2020 (IPT2628)
 
Senior Analyst Income Tax - As a member of our tax department of over 40 people globally, you will work closely with our multinational team as well as senior executives.  This role is primarily based out of our Sparks office, with potential for occasional travel. You will be a key member of the team responsible for all activities associated with U.S. income tax compliance, provision preparation, planning implementation, and management. Our ideal candidate will be excited by the opportunity to learn and develop their knowledge of U.S. taxes and will be looking to grow in their role. Primary Responsibilities: Preparation of income tax returns for all U.S. entities. Preparation of quarterly estimated payments and annual extensions. Assist in the preparation of the U.S. consolidated current and deferred tax provisions and ensure compliance with internal controls. Management and coordination of income tax audits. Tax research and assistance in identifying opportunities to manage cash tax and ETR. Implementation and ongoing management for U.S. corporate structuring. Assist with automation and process improvements within the tax function. Other duties as assigned. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Finance or related field. CPA with 2-3 years of US income tax experience. Highly skilled in tax technology including but not limited to automation of processes either via excel or automation tools. Ability to communicate with executive management. Willing to learn and be involved periodically in various tax filings in jurisdictions other than the U.S. Element Fleet Management is the world's leading global fleet management company, providing world-class financial and management services for commercial fleets. In the process, we help customers reduce costs and improve productivity. Our employees play a critical role in delivering value to customers and ensuring an exceptional customer experience.  Element is an exciting organization, offering many opportunities for you to grow your career!    Candidates must be willing to comply with a pre-employment background check. Send resume to SVeazy@elementcorp.com.  Date Posted: 2/10/2020 (IPT2643)

Senior Income Tax Accountant (San Antonio, Texas) -   
Clear Channel Outdoor, one of the world’s largest outdoor advertising companies, is seeking a Senior Income Tax Accountant, who will be responsible for managing the administration and preparation of state and local income tax returns.  Job Responsibilities: Designs, implements and provides products, programs, projects, processes and policies in support of the Tax Accounting function.  Provides financial services and consulting at the corporate, business unit and/or market level. Implements domestic and/or international tax policies and prepares tax returns and related reports to ensure compliance with all international, federal, state and local tax laws and regulations.  Reviews tax returns and filings for accuracy and completeness.  Assists in preparation of quarterly tax provision and related tax accounting requirements for the organization.  Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or a related field or the equivalent education and/or experience.  Work toward professional designation appropriate with tax specialty or focus (CPA or JD).  Minimum of 4 years of relevant and progressive professional experience in a large public accounting firm or corporation.  Knowledge of federal, state, international and local tax requirements and laws.  For immediate consideration:  Apply. More information is available at www.clearchanneloutdoor.com. Date Posted: 2/3/2020 (IPT2640)

Sr. Manager, Global Tax Reporting Tax Operations (Seattle, Washington) -
This is a newly-created role with a broad focus on worldwide tax accounting and reporting, U.S. income tax compliance, and special projects (including U.S. tax planning and modeling, transaction support, process and policy development, and technology and automation).  You will leverage your strong technical skills in the areas of accounting for income taxes (ASC 740) and U.S tax compliance and planning for many aspects of this role. For requirements, qualifications and to apply - Click Here. Date Posted: 1/31/2020 (IPT2637) 

Manager, Tax Compliance and General Ledger Reporting (Chicago, Illinois) -
The Tax Compliance and planning role will be a key partner in various business initiatives and will drive impact! This role is involved with the assessment and development of solutions that ensure accurate and timely transaction tax compliance and general ledger reporting in agreement with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP). The role also is a key liaison with internal business partners including marketing, engineering, supply chain, sales operations and financial planning and analysis. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Participate in enterprise projects to ensure appropriate requirements are developed based on a solid understanding of financial systems, transactional flow and support testing, if required. Maintain relationship with tax return provider to complete filings of approximately 600 monthly transaction tax returns for all U.S. Cellular legal entities. Monitor tax compliance notices and work with third party or taxing jurisdiction to resolve. Establish, maintain and consistently implement policies and procedures to ensure that internal controls are operating effectively. Ensure accounting records, monthly accounting close activities (including journal entries and account reconciliations) and variance analysis are accurately prepared, maintained and completed in a timely manner. Identify and communicate risks and issues impacting financial area of responsibility to senior leadership. Collaborate with peer leaders to improve reporting processes and monitor ways to streamline compliance process. Understand the tax return reporting process including the flow of transaction taxes from the source documents, reports used for filing purposes, accrual accounts including tax rates, taxable base, and flat fees. Review, test, maintain and improve integrity of data presented for reporting purposes and to clearly establish a logical audit trail. Support requests for financial information from executive leadership, internal and external auditors, or others in the organization, as needed. Ensure accurate completion of the in-house preparation of miscellaneous returns and business licenses. Will own process of making sure that journal entries, and resulting financial statement accounts are stated in accordance with US GAAP. As well as ensure reconciliation of tax reported and remitted by third party preparer to the tax accrual account. Hold associates accountable by monitoring progress, results and deliverables, providing timely and constructive feedback and delivering performance improvement actions, if and when needed. Set performance direction by ensuring team goals align and support Company goals and that these translate into concrete individual goals. Job Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or Business required. 7 plus years of broad transaction tax, accounting or finance experience. Experience and knowledge in all areas of Transaction tax compliance. Working knowledge of general ledger and financial systems. Strong complex problem solving and analytical abilities; continuous improvement mindset. Excellent interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills. Strong organizational and time management skills required. Advanced computer proficiency in MS Excel, Word, and PowerPoint. Preferred Qualifications: 2 years supervision. CPA Preferred; MST. Prior state & local tax experience in the telecommunications industry is strongly preferred. Understanding of US GAAP and internal control. SAP experience. E-Mail resume to Claudia.castaneda@uscellular.com Date Posted: 1/21/2020 (IPT2658)

Senior Tax Accountant (Horsham, Pennsylvania) - 
Toll Brothers, America's Luxury Home Builder, has an immediate opportunity for a Senior Tax Accountant to join our team of top-notch talent at our corporate office in Horsham, Pennsylvania, which features a state-of-the-art gym, game room, and a bistro! Don't miss this exceptional opportunity to join one of the nation's most respected Fortune 500 companies! In this role you will prepare property tax, sales & use and state corporate returns. Qualifications: 3+ years of experience with property tax accounting, sales & use, or state corporate income tax returns. Bachelor's degree in a relevant field preferred, but not required. Ability to manage time sensitive workload. Ability to work independently as well as part of a team. We offer an excellent benefits package that includes comprehensive medical/dental, 401(k) with a company match, discounted stock purchase, discounts on mortgages, homes, appliances, and much more! Come see why Toll Brothers has been attracting and retaining some of the best professionals in the industry! Apply - Click Here. Date Posted: 1/16/2020 (IPT2652) 

Manager, Tax International (Springdale, Arkansas) -
This position is primarily responsible for managing certain aspects of Tyson’s International Tax activities.  The position is responsible for assisting with the coordination and review of international portions of the US income tax return and related workpapers. Other responsibilities include preparing/coordinating/reviewing the quarterly income tax provision process, assisting with IRS international tax audits, transfer pricing, various international tax projects, working with tax team members and issues in foreign countries, performing tax research, and other non-international income tax-related activities.  The candidate must have good analytical skills and a good knowledge of income tax accounting.  The candidate must also have a broad range of knowledge of federal corporate tax issues associated with international operations and foreign activity.  Strong communication, management, and interpersonal skills are essential to this position. Requirements: Bachelors or Master’s degree in accounting or related field required. CPA designation is preferred. 6 plus years of experience in the field of corporation income taxation or related fields preferably in the area of international taxation. Prior experience with a Big 4 accounting firm is a plus. Basic computer skills with strong Excel aptitude; ability to efficiently learn and work with income tax preparation software, SAP, BPC, and Word; perform technical research using CCH or other tax research tools. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Ability to multi-task, good interpersonal skills, corporate international income tax knowledge and an understanding of financial statements. Supervise 0 - 2 senior accountants, accountants or interns. 0 to 3 trips per year. Relocation assistance is available for those that qualify under the Tyson relocation policy. Apply to www.tysonfoodscareers.com. Date Posted: 12/19/2019 (IPT26479)

Director Tax State (Springdale, Arkansas; relocation assistance available) -
Specialty: Income tax, preferable state income tax. This position is primarily responsible for overseeing and directing the preparation of the company’s state income and franchise tax returns and estimated income tax payments.  The position is also responsible for the management and supervision of other projects associated with state income tax matters including oversight of the state income tax audits, assistance with tax provision process and state income tax planning projects. REQUIREMENTS: Requires broad knowledge in general professional or technical field.  Knowledge is normally acquired through at least four years of college resulting in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in accounting or equivalent in an academic field directly related and essential to this position; significant in-depth knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), tax laws and accounting; CPA designation preferred. Minimum of 10 plus years’ experience in the field of state corporation income taxation. Requires standard computer skills.  Candidate must have working ability with income tax preparation software, Excel, Word and Outlook, OneSource Income Tax experience is a plus; must have ability to perform technical research using CCH, BNA or other tax research tools. Excellent communication management and interpersonal skills are required: will be dealing with management taxing authorities and team members. Must have excellent analytical skills and an in- depth knowledge of a broad range of federal, state and international corporate tax issues; able to perform tax analysis on a variety of business strategies. Will be responsible for 4 - 6 staff, tax managers, senior accountants and accountants. 0-2 plus domestic trips per year. Apply. Date Posted: 12/18/2019 (IPT26478)

MTS Tax Consultant II  (Locations to include: NYC, Parsippany, San Fran, LA, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, McLean, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, and Charlotte)
- Are you a strategic and creative Multistate Tax Investment Management professional who likes solving complex state and local tax issues? Are you ready to make a greater impact on organizations by combining tax consulting solutions and innovative technology that align the tax function with business objectives? We are looking for a sharp, analytical Multistate Tax Investment Management Consultant who is ready to take on new challenges and join one of the largest Multistate Tax practices in the world. As a Consultant within the Multistate Tax Investment Management group, you will be a valuable member on engagements and provide state tax consulting and compliance services to a diverse client base in the investment management industry including private equity funds, hedge funds, management companies, and family offices to name a few. You will continue to grow your technical knowledge in state and local taxation by working on large, complex multistate tax projects, and have access to exceptional resources and continue to develop your supervisory and leadership skills. Responsibilities will include: Preparing partnership and corporate state and local tax returns and work papers with attention to multistate tax issues such as allocation, apportionment, modifications, nexus, unitary filings, and flow-through taxation. Coordinating with an in-house tax preparation team within Deloitte and with the clients’ tax department, Preparing estimated payment, withholding and composite tax calculations as well as investor packages including state K-1s and grids and related filings. Researching state tax legislation and assisting with the overall impact on the compliance and investor reporting process.  Assisting with various tax consulting projects including research and writing projects related to tax planning, restructuring, due diligence, nexus studies, audit defense, and accounting for income taxes. Deloitte’s Multistate Tax Services Investment Management group is part of one of the largest State and Local Tax practice in the world with more than 1,500 professionals worldwide. Our Multistate Tax professionals include former state tax auditors and administrators, industry personnel, tax practitioners, accounting specialists, and technology personnel with numerous years of multistate tax experience. Collectively, our team has significant experience with the requirements and nuances of jurisdictions in all 50 states. In addition to the investment management services discussed above, our overall practice’s specific services include state income and franchise tax, indirect tax, business restructuring, credits and incentives, sales and use tax outsourcing, excise tax, property tax, state strategic tax review, and state tax controversy. Qualifications 1+ years’ experience in state income and franchise tax, Preparation and review experience of state and local pass-through and corporate tax returns, Experience with state tax planning, tax research, and tax analysis.  Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field CPA certification if qualified to sit for the CPA; if not qualified, licensed attorney, Enrolled Agent, or other appropriate certification(or in the process of obtaining). Preferred: Experience in, or desire to learn about, financials services and investment management, Public Accounting experience, excellent research and writing skills, excellent presentation and communications skill. Please apply. Date Posted: 12/5/2019 (IPT2639)

MTS Tax Senior Consultant (Locations to include: NYC, Parsippany, San Fran, LA, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, McLean, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, and Charlotte) - Are you a strategic and creative Multistate Tax Investment Management professional who likes solving complex state and local tax issues? Are you ready to make a greater impact on organizations by combining tax consulting solutions and innovative technology that align the tax function with business objectives? We are looking for a sharp, analytical Multistate Tax Investment Management Senior Consultant who is ready to take on new challenges and join one of the largest Multistate Tax practices in the world.  As a Senior Consultant within the Multistate Tax Investment Management group, you will be a valuable member on engagements and provide state tax consulting and compliance services to a diverse client base in the investment management industry including private equity funds, hedge funds, management companies, and family offices to name a few. You will continue to grow your technical knowledge in state and local taxation by working on large, complex multistate tax projects, and have access to exceptional resources and continue to develop your supervisory and leadership skills. Responsibilities will include: Performing a detailed technical review of partnership and corporate state and local tax returns and work papers with attention to multistate tax issues such as allocation, apportionment, modifications, nexus, unitary filings, and flow-through taxation. Coordinating with an in-house tax preparation team within Deloitte and with the clients’ tax department. Performing detailed review of estimated payment, withholding and composite tax calculations as well as investor packages including state K-1s and grids and related filings. Researching and analyzing state tax legislation and assisting with the overall impact on the compliance and investor reporting process. Assisting with various tax consulting projects including research and writing projects related to tax planning, restructuring, due diligence, nexus studies, audit defense, and accounting for income taxes. Assisting with engagement workflow management and supervising tax consultants and interns on assigned engagements. Deloitte’s Multistate Tax Services Investment Management group is part of one of the largest State and Local Tax practice in the United States with more than 1,500 professionals worldwide. Our Multistate Tax professionals include former state tax auditors and administrators, industry personnel, tax practitioners, accounting specialists, and technology personnel with numerous years of multistate tax experience. Collectively, our team has significant experience with the requirements and nuances of jurisdictions in all 50 states. In addition to the investment management services discussed above, our overall practice’s specific services include state income and franchise tax, indirect tax, business restructuring, credits and incentives, sales and use tax outsourcing, excise tax, property tax, state strategic tax review, and state tax controversy.  Qualifications Required: 2 plus years’ experience in state income and franchise tax, preparation and review experience of state and local pass-through and corporate tax returns, experience with state tax planning, tax research, and tax analysis, Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field. CPA certification if qualified to sit for the CPA; if not qualified, licensed attorney, Enrolled Agent, or other appropriate certification (or in the process of obtaining) Supervisory experience. Preferred: Experience in, or desire to learn about, financials services and investment management, Public Accounting experience, excellent research and writing skills, excellent presentation and communications skills. Please apply. Date Posted: 12/5/2019 (IPT2638)

MTS Tax Manager (NYC, Parsippany, San Fran, LA, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, McLean, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, and Charlotte) - Are you a strategic and creative Multistate Tax Investment Management professional who likes solving complex state and local tax issues? Are you ready to make a greater impact on organizations by combining tax consulting solutions and innovative technology that align the tax function with business objectives? We are looking for a sharp, analytical Multistate Tax Investment Management Manager who is ready to take on new challenges and join one of the largest Multistate Tax practices in the world.  As a Manager within the Multistate Tax Investment Management group, you will be a valuable member on engagements and provide state tax consulting and compliance services to a diverse client base in the investment management industry including private equity funds, hedge funds, management companies, and family offices to name a few. You will work directly with the client, manage the tax engagement team, have access to an elite group of specialists when needed, and be connected to a strong support system from Firm Leadership to ensure you are set up for success in your role and career. Responsibilities will include:  As a Manager within the Multistate Tax Investment Management group, you will be a valuable member on engagements and provide state tax consulting and compliance services to a diverse client base in the investment management industry including private equity funds, hedge funds, management companies, and family offices to name a few. You will work directly with the client, manage the tax engagement team, have access to an elite group of specialists when needed, and be connected to a strong support system from Firm Leadership to ensure you are set up for success in your role and career. Responsibilities will include: Maintaining and developing strong client relationships on various tax consulting/compliance engagements. Advising clients on a variety of issues including partnership and corporate state and local tax returns and work papers with attention to multistate tax issues such as allocation, apportionment, modifications, nexus, unitary filings, and flow-through taxation. Coordinating with an in-house tax preparation team within Deloitte and with the clients’ tax department. Overseeing detailed review of estimated payment, withholding and composite tax calculations as well as investor packages including state K-1s and grids and related filings. Researching and analyzing state tax legislation and assisting with the overall impact on the compliance and investor reporting process. Overseeing various tax consulting projects including research and writing projects related to tax planning, restructuring, due diligence, nexus studies, audit defense, and accounting for income taxes. Managing engagement workflow management and supervising tax consultants and interns on assigned engagements, Management experience. Preferred: Public Accounting experience, excellent research and writing skills, excellent presentation and communications skills. Please apply. Date Posted: 12/5/2019 (IPT2637)

MTS Tax Senior Manager (Locations to include: NYC, Parsippany, San Fran, LA, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, McLean, DC, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Detroit, Cleveland, Columbus, and Charlotte) - Do you enjoy building new client relationships to grow an already existing and successful Multistate Tax Investment Management practice? Are you ready to make a greater impact on organizations by having the right people on your team to combine tax consulting solutions and innovative technology that align the tax function with business objectives to the additional business you bring in? We are looking for a sharp, analytical Multistate Tax Investment Management Senior Manager who is ready to assist in growing and maintaining one of the largest Multistate Tax practices in the world. As a Senior Manager within the Multistate Tax Investment Management group, you will identify effective state tax and compliance solutions for a diverse client base in the investment management industry including private equity funds, hedge funds, management companies, and family offices to name a few. You will work directly with the client, manage the tax engagement team, have access to an elite group of specialists when needed, and be connected to a strong support system from firm Leadership to ensure you are set up for success in your role and career. Responsibilities will include:  Maintaining and developing strong client relationships on various tax consulting/compliance engagements in the investment management .identifying client needs and leveraging Deloitte’s range of services and extensive resources to meet those needs and cross sell among various lines of service acting as a trusted business advisor to clients on a variety of issues including multistate tax planning, accounting for income taxes, restructuring, audit defense, and due diligence, managing engagement profitability, billings to clients, and engagement team resources., assisting with drafting and presenting new proposals to new and existing clients, providing leadership, counseling, and career guidance for the development and motivation of the engagement team. Qualifications Required: 10+ years’ experience in state income and franchise tax, with experience in the Investment Management industry. Proven ability to grow and manage a book of business and a solid reputation as a subject matter expert within state income and franchise tax. Experience with state and local pass-through and corporate tax returns. Experience with state tax planning, tax research, and tax analysis. Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance, or related field. CPA certification if qualified to sit for the CPA; if not qualified, licensed attorney, Enrolled Agent, or other appropriate certification. Management experience. Preferred: Public Accounting experience, excellent research and writing skills and excellent presentation and communications skills. Please apply. Date Posted: 12/5/2019 (IPT2636)

Manager, Income Tax (Redmond, Washington) - The worldwide pioneer in the creation of interactive entertainment, Nintendo Co., Ltd., of Kyoto, Japan, manufactures and markets hardware and software for its Nintendo Switch™ system and the Nintendo 3DS™ family of portable systems. Since 1983, when it launched the Nintendo Entertainment System™, Nintendo has sold more than 4.7 billion video games and more than 740 million hardware units globally, including Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, as well as the Game Boy™, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS™ family of systems, Super NES™, Nintendo 64™, Nintendo GameCube™, Wii™ and Wii U™ systems. It has also created industry icons that have become well-known, household names, such as Mario, Donkey Kong, Metroid, Zelda and Pokémon. A wholly owned subsidiary, Nintendo of America Inc., based in Redmond, Wash., serves as headquarters for Nintendo’s operations in the Americas. For more information about Nintendo, please visit the company’s website at http://www.nintendo.comDESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: Manages income tax staff. Coordinates and implements income/franchise tax strategy. Manages preparations and filing of federal and state income tax returns. Reviews federal and state income tax returns. Reviews new activities and transactions for potential tax implications and makes recommendations to management. Researches and responds to state tax correspondence, notices and questionnaires. Reviews monthly income tax accruals. Manages preparation and review of tax provision and return-to-provision true up computations. Coordinates income tax and related audits. Monitors legislative changes and statutory developments. Performs complex tax accounting functions, including identifying areas of tax planning. SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS: Eight to ten years of experience in public/private corporate tax, including management or supervisory experience. In-depth experience in preparation of federal and state corporate income/franchise tax returns. Demonstrated success in managing and strategizing tax audits. Demonstrated success in managing accounting staff and multiple projects. Broad knowledge of Federal and state income tax laws, rules, and regulations. Working knowledge of GAAP, ASC 740 (FAS109), FIN 48 and SOX requirements. Excellent tax research skills. Excellent G/L accounting skills. Proficient with CCH, RIA, BNA and other tax research software. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite. Undergraduate degree in Accounting with an emphasis in tax or an equivalent combination of education and experience. CPA certificate or law degree required. The link to apply is, https://careers.nintendo.com/job-openings/listing/19000000AQ.html?src=CWS-10000. Date Posted: 11/25/2019 (IPT2632)