Property Tax Positions Available

Tax Senior Analyst (Plano, Texas) - PepsiCo, Inc. Responsibilities: Prepare, conduct and negotiate property tax appeals on Tier I properties within the asset portfolio. Responds to questions about business transactions from business units or departments. Coach and provide instruction to lower-level professional staff. Participates in the development and implementation of tax strategy. Reviews tax returns/bills or other documents to ensure tax compliance. Provides guidance to tax staff on compliance issues.  Develops/Defends business “Annual Operating Plan” for property taxes. Review of reconciliations/journal entries for the accurate recording of tax liabilities. Provides information and assistance to the financial reporting team and outside auditors. Responsible for complex valuation projects to drive tax savings opportunities. Management of property tax audits. Prepare documentation to support compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX 404) controls and procedures. Perform tax research to keep current with new and changing tax laws. Assist in the development/implementation of new software releases, change requests and enhancements as they pertain to tax functionality. Work independently, as well as within a cross-functional project team environment. Support "tax customers" on special projects, new products and assessments. Support tax department technology needs as they relate to compliance, reporting, analytics and controls. Support tax technology process and requirements throughout the development life cycle (i.e. requirements documentation, test plans, validation, production support, etc). Research and determine state and local tax obligations and responsibilities. Performs pertinent valuation analysis, prepares appraisal reports as substantive evidential submission to taxing authorities. Prepare, conduct and negotiate property tax appeals on Tier I properties within the asset portfolio. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or business-related field. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to balance multiple priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to work as part of a team. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with PTMS tax software and SAP/Oracle ERP systems. Ability to apply tax law to business planning. Knowledge of applicable departmental or business unit practices and requirements. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Detail-oriented. 4+ years of experience in Property Tax. Knowledge of valuation and appeals and application before assessing jurisdictions a must. Send resume to John.Serino@pepsico.com. Date Posted: 3/25/2020 (IPT2660)

Tax Analyst (Plano, Texas) - PepsiCo, Inc. Responsibilities: Responds to questions about business transactions from business units or departments.  Prepares/Reviews tax returns/bills or other documents to ensure tax compliance. Provides guidance to tax staff on compliance issues.  Develops business “Annual Operating Plan” for property taxes. Maintain and reconcile journal entries for the accurate recording of tax liabilities. Provides information and assistance to the financial reporting team and outside auditors. Assist with recurring and special projects as needed.  Management of property tax audits. Prepare documentation to support compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX 404) controls and procedures. Perform tax research to keep current with new and changing tax laws. Assist in the development/implementation of new software releases, change requests and enhancements as they pertain to tax functionality. Work independently, as well as within a cross-functional project team environment. Support "tax customers" on special projects, new products and assessments. Support tax department technology needs as they relate to compliance, reporting, analytics and controls. Support tax technology process and requirements throughout the development life cycle (i.e. requirements documentation, test plans, validation, production support, etc). Research and determine state and local tax obligations and responsibilities. Performs pertinent valuation analysis, prepares appraisal reports as substantive evidential submission to taxing authorities. Prepare, conduct and negotiate property tax appeals. Perform independent asset classification on PepsiCo properties and be able to drive tax savings. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to balance multiple priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to work as part of a team. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with PTMS tax software and SAP/Oracle ERP systems. Ability to apply tax law to business planning. Knowledge of applicable departmental or business unit practices and requirements. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Detail-oriented. 3+ years of experience in Property Tax. Knowledge of valuation and appeals and application before assessing jurisdictions a must. Send resume to John.Serino@pepsico.com. Date Posted: 3/25/2020 (IPT2659)

Tax Associate Analyst (Plano, Texas) - PepsiCo, Inc. Responsibilities: Responds to questions about business transactions from business units or departments. Prepares/Reviews tax returns/bills or other documents to ensure property tax compliance. Provides guidance to tax staff on compliance issues. Maintain and reconcile journal entries for the accurate recording of tax liabilities. Provides information and assistance to the financial reporting team and outside auditors. Assist with recurring and special projects as needed. Prepare documentation to support compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX 404) controls and procedures. Perform tax research to keep current with new and changing tax laws. Assist in the development/implementation of new software releases, change requests and enhancements as they pertain to property tax functionality. Work independently, as well as within a cross-functional project team environment. Support "tax customers" on special projects, new products and assessments. Support tax department technology needs as they relate to compliance, reporting, analytics and controls. Support tax technology process and requirements throughout the development life cycle (i.e. requirements documentation, test plans, validation, production support, etc). Research and determine state and local tax obligations and responsibilities. Prepare, conduct and negotiate Property tax appeals. Perform independent asset classification on PepsiCo properties and be able to drive tax savings. Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a related field. Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. Ability to balance multiple priorities and meet deadlines. Ability to work as part of a team. Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel. Experience with PTMS tax software and SAP/Oracle ERP systems a plus. Ability to apply tax law to business planning. Knowledge of applicable departmental or business unit practices and requirements. Strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Detail-oriented. 2-3 years of experience in Property tax. Send resume to John.Serino@pepsico.com. Date Posted: 3/25/2020 (IPT2658)
 
Financial Systems Analyst (Seattle, Washington) - The Financial Systems Analyst will work with our Tax Technology team on a variety of business advisory, financial reporting, transactional, and tax research projects. The position will collaborate with Finance and Accounting owners and stakeholders to: 1) scope functional and technology requirements; 2) identify risks, issues, and contingency plans; and 3) and manage projects and drive project deliverables. This position emphasizes building consensus, gaining alignment on system and process designs, and execution of changes and testing required to support tax initiatives. What you'll do: Analyze business programs throughout the Expedia brands and advise on impacts to reporting, systems, and compliance operations. Work with Finance stakeholders, business sponsors, product managers, developers, and other stakeholders to develop and review project designs and business requirements. Represent Expedia Tax Department in cross-functional business meetings concerning data and systems requirements. Develop solutions to automate, streamline, and enhance data access, integrity, and processes. Create dashboards and aggregate data. Support monthly close/compliance process. Prepare data analyses to support controversy and litigation including incorporation of multiple data sets to create an end-to-end view of data flows. Manage all day-to-day project details, including coordinating with project team members and ensuring deadlines achieved. Collaborative working demeanor critical to success; candidate must work well as part of a team and individually; must be able to effectively mentor and develop junior staff. Attention to detail and passion around digging deep into data. Who you are: Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Business or a related field. Proficient with all applications of the Microsoft Office suite, including: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, MS Project, Visio, and Outlook preferred. Exemplary and demonstrated organizational skills and attention to detail. Ability to communicate highly complex and multi-faceted technology and data concepts to non-technical colleagues in a simple, clear and concise way, both in written and verbal formats. Demonstrated presentation skills and ability to persuade and create action. Excellent problem-solving skills, coupled with a self-motivated personality and an ability to exceed expectations in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment. Working knowledge of tax engines (Vertex) and/or prior experience with sales/hotel occupancy tax a plus. Entry level experience with data analytic tools including SQL, TeraData, and Business Objects. Working knowledge of software development processes with a focus on eCommerce preferred. Prior demonstrated Finance Business Analyst and/or hands on Project Management experience preferred. Apply HereDate Posted: 3/20/2020 (IPT2656)

Sr. Tax Analyst, Unclaimed Property Tax (Seattle, Washington) - The Unclaimed Property Tax Analyst will support Expedia Group’s growing Domestic Indirect Tax Operations Team.  Expedia Group is a US based travel and technology company that owns and operates several domestic and international online travel brands including Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire.com, trivago, Venere.com, Travelocity, Orbitz, and Vrbo. What You Will Do: Oversee Expedia’s unclaimed property obligations by actively engaging with internal business groups to coordinate the proper identification and process management of Expedia’s unclaimed property. Apply your unclaimed property knowledge to proactively identify, review and implement changes that ensure the accuracy and completeness of Expedia’s obligations. Work closely with accounting team to reconcile unclaimed property, utilizing technology solutions such as Alteryx, Tableau and other RPA solutions to support large data sets. Work as an integral part of the tax team. Work with third party unclaimed property service providers to ensure Expedia’s compliance. Effectively manage large compliance data sets .Preform research and analysis and apply applicable laws to Expedia’s use tax obligations. Communicate and implement findings with various internal and external stakeholders. Coordinate, review and prepare business property tax data with external service provider. Coordinate timely payment of property tax payments. May also preform indirect tax project work as required on a variety of business advisory, financial reporting, transactional tax data, and tax research and analysis projects. Actively engage in day to day activities to facilitate change for the better. Work as an integral part of the tax team. Who You Are: Excellent researcher and problem-solver, who can analyze, compare, evaluate, reconcile and learn from tax data. Base level understanding of unclaimed property regulations and concepts with the ability to apply rules and concepts to the various compliance processes. Strong communicator who knows when/how to ask questions, raise issues, and provide meaningful updates to the working team. You are easy to work with—flexible, engaged, and eager to do your best work as part of a broader team. A multi-tasker, able to simultaneously work on multiple tasks while meeting strict due dates. Self-starter who takes the initiative on project assignments, working diligently to identify issues and thoughtful questions. Strong team player willing to assist in a variety of tax related areas. You want to work in a dynamic work environment and have successfully done so in prior work experience. You seek out and welcome internal and external feedback and can change your performance, deliverables, deadlines based on such feedback. You are somebody who actively drives and/or facilitates change; you are not comfortable in the back seat. Skilled user of Microsoft Office with an emphasis in managing large data sets in Excel. You have successfully used, or have a desire to learn and use, automation tools such as UIPath, Tableau and Alteryx. You love to collaborate with a diverse and interactive team in a professional and respectful way. BA/BS degree in accounting or related field. 3 to 6 years of tax experience in a corporate tax department or public accounting firm. CPA license or actively working towards attainment is a plus, but not a required. Masters in tax or accounting is a plus, but not required. Apply Here. Date Posted: 3/20/2020 (IPT2655)

Senior Property Tax Accountant (Sparks, Maryland) - As a member of our tax department of over 40 people globally you will work as a focused property tax professional that makes sound decisions to reflect positively on multi-site property tax operations and initiatives in alignment with the company’s vision, value and goals.  We are looking for an individual who rises above the numerous property tax challenges to achieve a winning outcome, including quickly adapting to evolving situations, as well as independently resolving in-depth property tax issues. This person will manage relationships with external assessors and local jurisdictions to arrive at negotiated tax values or pursue such appeal into a more formalized court petition. This role is primarily based out of our Sparks, MD office, and relocation assistance is provided for our ideal candidate. Main Responsibilities: This position reports directly to the department Property Tax Manager. Assist in property tax abatement negotiations and similar discussions. Prepare and file property tax renditions and other related filings for the company’s property tax accounts. Negotiate property tax values for the company’s assets. Evaluate property tax assessments and appeal (approximately 50% of assets are under formal appeal or value of is being litigated at any given time) such assessments as so needed or directed. Supervise property tax audits and litigation. Draft and/or review memoranda detailing property tax treatment of specific transactions and their impact to the business. Prepare property tax schedules for accounting, finance, and treasury, for budgets, accruals, and cash projections. Prepare property tax schedules for project modelers on development projects. Assist other Tax Department personnel with research, project review, and other tasks as needed. Additional duties as required. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree. 7-10 years’ experience in analyzing and/or managing the property tax function for a mid to large size business directly or via a consulting firm. CMI, CPA preferred but not required. Experience in Leasing or Automotive Industry preferred. Experience in negotiating, securing and administering property tax reductions through informal and formal appeal processes. Ability to value operational assets under multiple valuation methods such as the Income, Cost and Sales approach. Knowledge of state and local property tax reduction and incentive programs. Strong Microsoft Excel skills (knowledge of complex functions and formulas). SAP experience a plus. 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! Send resume to RMeiers@elementcorp.com. Date Posted: 3/19/2020 (IPT2654)


Property Tax Consultant (Dallas, Texas) - As part of the team at Baden Tax Management, your responsibilities will include tax consulting and appeal for Texas properties as well as some multi-state clients. This includes managing client portfolios, client and assessor communication, rendition preparation, tax appeals, assessment verification, and tax bill verification and approval.  Since our formation in 1993, Baden Tax Management has continuously expanded the scope and depth of its services. Our firm is comprised of a wide variety of CPA’s, appraisers and other tax experts. Our core services include real and personal property tax consulting, property tax compliance and sales & use tax consulting. Each of these service units are staffed by professionals dedicated to their respective service area. Baden Tax Management was founded and has been built on the understanding that we would provide industry leading value – Superior Results and Excellent Client Service. Today we proudly represent a wide variety of clients throughout the United States. Education & Experience Requirements: Licensed Texas tax agent. Minimum of five years of experience with Texas business personal property and real estate tax appeals. Experience with PTMS and/or Sigercon software a plus. CMI preferred. Bachelor's degree (business, finance, economics or related courses of study) preferred. Highly motivated, with a passion for success. Excellent communication, organization and computer skills are required. We offer competitive compensation and benefits package with unlimited growth opportunity. Please send resumes or inquiries to dcromer@badentax.com. Date Posted: 3/17/2020 (IPT2653)

Vice President, Unclaimed Property (Chicago, Illinois) - Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Duff & Phelps difference. Duff & Phelps’ Unclaimed Property practice helps companies gather, track and report unclaimed property of all types and across all industries. At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting in voluntary disclosure negotiation, multi-state audits, asset recovery and planning strategies. Assisting in compliance reviews of internal controls over processes and procedures for sustaining unclaimed property reporting. Managing unclaimed property compliance and reporting process for multiple corporate clients. Supporting expert witness testimony in connection with litigation matters. Researching and drafting technical memoranda regarding unclaimed property questions. Supervising, mentoring and developing staff. Having extensive and direct contact with clients and targets while working on a multi-disciplinary team. Oversee documentation retrieval and organization of information to support audit defense or voluntary submissions. Participate in negotiation and presentation of data analysis and research. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting from an accredited college or university, a CPA or a law degree. Five or more years of experience representing clients in unclaimed property and/or sales/use tax  matters including audit representation, voluntary disclosure submissions and self-reviews. Outstanding communication skills, (both written and oral), organizational skills and analytical capabilities including excellent excel and data base management capabilities. Background in state and local sales/use tax and/or unclaimed property matters. Data management and ERP systems experience helpful, but not required. Experience working with large Fortune 1000 and mid-sized companies. Experience interfacing directly with client personnel at various levels within an organization, from senior management down to financial analysts and administrative personnel. Demonstrated ability to identify issues and opportunities. Project and team management experience. Experience developing people. Experience in compliance, research and planning. Apply Here. Date Posted: 3/16/2020 (IPT2652)


Vice President Unclaimed Property (Addison, Texas) - Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Duff & Phelps difference. Duff & Phelps’ Unclaimed Property practice helps companies gather, track and report unclaimed property of all types and across all industries. At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career. RESPONSIBILITIES: Assisting in voluntary disclosure negotiation, multi-state audits, asset recovery and planning strategies. Assisting in compliance reviews of internal controls over processes and procedures for sustaining unclaimed property reporting. Managing unclaimed property compliance and reporting process for multiple corporate clients. Supporting expert witness testimony in connection with litigation matters. Researching and drafting technical memoranda regarding unclaimed property questions. Supervising, mentoring and developing staff. Having extensive and direct contact with clients and targets while working on a multi-disciplinary team. Oversee documentation retrieval and organization of information to support audit defense or voluntary submissions. Participate in negotiation and presentation of data analysis and research. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in finance or accounting from an accredited college or university, a CPA or a law degree. Five or more years of experience representing clients in unclaimed property and/or sales/use tax  matters including audit representation, voluntary disclosure submissions and self-reviews. Outstanding communication skills, (both written and oral), organizational skills and analytical capabilities including excellent excel and data base management capabilities. Background in state and local sales/use tax and/or unclaimed property matters. Data management and ERP systems experience helpful, but not required. Experience working with large Fortune 1000 and mid-sized companies. Experience interfacing directly with client personnel at various levels within an organization, from senior management down to financial analysts and administrative personnel. Demonstrated ability to identify issues and opportunities. Project and team management experience. Experience developing people. Experience in compliance, research and planning. Apply Here. Date Posted: 3/16/2020 (IPT2651)

Senior Associate Unclaimed Property Tax (Chicago, Illinois) - Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Duff & Phelps difference. Duff & Phelps’ Unclaimed Property practice helps companies gather, track and report unclaimed property of all types and across all industries. At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career. RESPONSIBILITIES: Senior Associates in the Unclaimed Property Practice will do research and analysis on a variety of projects. Analyze and organize financial and tax data. Working with ERP systems. Data mining. Perform tax research and analysis. Prepare tax and financial reporting spreadsheets and data packages. Formulate conclusions; summarize recommendations and results of technical research in formal/informal written memorandums. Understand specific client issues and be able to communicate recommendations in organized, understandable, yet comprehensive manner. Ability to interact equally well with both clients and professionals at Duff & Phelps. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree, preferably in Finance, Accounting, or Business. At least 2 years of experience working in an accounting and/or systems related position. Proficiency in Excel and MS Word. Strong analytical, comprehension and problem-solving skills, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills. Attention to detail and ability to master new tasks quickly. Demonstrated leadership experience and strong personal integrity. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments and manage rapidly changing assignments in a team environment. Demonstrated commitment to obtaining outstanding results. Apply Here. Date Posted: 3/16/2020 (IPT2650)

Senior Associate Unclaimed Property Tax (Addison, Texas) - Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Duff & Phelps difference. Duff & Phelps’ Unclaimed Property practice helps companies gather, track and report unclaimed property of all types and across all industries. At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career. RESPONSIBILITIES: Senior Associates in the Unclaimed Property Tax Practice will do research and analysis on a variety of projects. Analyze and organize financial and tax data. Perform tax research and analysis. Prepare tax and financial reporting spreadsheets and data packages. Formulate conclusions; summarize recommendations and results of technical research in formal/informal written memorandums. Understand specific client issues and be able to communicate recommendations in organized, understandable, yet comprehensive manner. Ability to interact equally well with both clients and professionals at Duff & Phelps. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or Business. At least 2 years of experience working in tax with exposure to unclaimed property compliance matters. Proficiency in Excel and MS Word. Strong analytical, comprehension and problem-solving skills, as well as strong verbal and written communication skills. Attention to detail and ability to master new tasks quickly. Demonstrated leadership experience and strong personal integrity. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments and manage rapidly changing assignments in a team environment. Demonstrated commitment to obtaining outstanding results. Apply HereDate Posted: 3/16/2020 (IPT2649)

Real Estate Tax Coordinator, Real Estate Tax (Boston, Massachusetts) - Prologis is the global leader in logistics real estate. We own, manage and develop high-quality properties in the world’s most vibrant centers of commerce, approximately 771 million square feet in 19 countries. Some of the world’s largest brands (e.g., Amazon, BMW, DHL, FedEx, Pepsi) turn to us because they know an efficient supply chain will make their businesses run better, and a strategic relationship with Prologis will create competitive advantage. As the top ranked U.S. Company and sixth overall among the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World, we take our global footprint seriously. Do you want to play a role in global commerce? Provide Administrative support to the Real Estate Tax Department. What’s needed in order to do that: Real Estate Tax Compliance. Obtain, review and coordinate the distribution of real estate tax bills amongst the appropriate property accountants ensuring timely payments and accountability for each tax parcel. Collect and prepare real estate tax bills for submission to Itamlink property tax database. Review tax due reports to ensure tax bill entry is accurate and completed in a timely manner. Administrate change of address requests when necessary to the appropriate assessing jurisdiction. Assist Real Estate Tax team with maintaining and updating property tax database. Real Estate Tax. Assist with the review of consulting invoices and verify appeal information is accurate in Itamlink property tax. database. Track real estate tax refunds using excel spreadsheets. Review legal fees and consultant invoices. Assist property accountants with real estate tax related questions and concerns when necessary. Respond to various assessing jurisdictional requests for information. Develop and maintain strong working relationship with assessing jurisdictions. Communicate with and build strong relationships with consultants and property managers in the field. Tell us if you’re ready: Certificate from college or technical school; and related experience and/or training. Proficient knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite (e.g., Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook). Ability to carry out specific oral and written instructions. Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy. Execute responsibilities with a sense of urgency and follow-through. Customer service mind-set and a team player mentality. Positive, proactive work ethic and approach. Proven ability to communicate effectively (oral and written) with customers, peers, management, contractors and vendors. Demonstrated abilities to prioritize and manage multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment to meet deadlines with efficiency and accuracy. Experience using PeopleSoft Financials. Each of us working at Prologis plays an essential role in the enduring success of our company. We value people who are decisive, courageous and adaptable. While we are one company, locations and departments operate with autonomy and accountability. Individuals take the initiative here. When you join Prologis, you work shoulder to shoulder with some of the top talent in the industry to do the best work of your career. Every employee belongs. Every employee contributes. Employees advance their careers here. As a successful global enterprise, Prologis has never lost sight of what matters most, our strong belief that our people are the most important part of our business. And because of that, we provide a generous total rewards package and take a lot of time to focus on quality management and leadership development. People come first here. Apply Here. Date Posted: 3/16/2020 (IPT2647)

Tax Accountant (King of Prussia, Pennsylvania) - Join us at Lockheed Martin, where your mission is ours. Our customers tackle the hardest missions. Those that demand extraordinary amounts of courage, resilience and precision. They’re dangerous. Critical. Sometimes they even provide an opportunity to change the world and save lives. Those are the missions we care about. As a leading technology innovation company, Lockheed Martin’s vast team works with partners around the world to bring proven performance to our customers’ toughest challenges. Lockheed Martin has employees based in many states throughout the U.S., and Internationally, with business locations in many nations and territories. Description: Prepare and document sales and use tax, business license and personal property tax returns and insure their timely filing and payment. Support the Audit and Planning organization as needed of state and local audits. Conduct tax training at business locations. Conduct tax research to insure compliance with applicable tax laws and regulations and to support the business' planning process. Support vendor inquiries and research and prepare tax exemption certificates. Support the preparation of overpayment submissions. Reconcile tax accounts as required. Support process improvements to improve operating efficiency and support their implementation. Represent organization as needed on special assignments. Basic Qualifications: Minimum of 1 year of related experience with a related Masters degree (i.e. Accounting, MBA) or 2 - 5 years related experience with a Bachelors degree in a related discipline. Previous financial, accounting and/or tax experience. Strong analytical skills. Desired Skills: Previous tax compliance experience in sales and use, personal property and business license taxes. Effective written and verbal communication skills. Lockheed Martin is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status. Apply Here  or send resume to Trisha Valencia at trisha.valencia@lmco.com. Date Posted: 3/11/2020 (IPT2645)

Indirect Tax Administrator Property Tax (Alpharetta, Georgia) - Brambles companies, including CHEP, help move more goods to more people, in more places than any other organization on earth. Our 330 million pallets, crates and containers are continuously in motion, forming the invisible backbone of the global supply chain and the world’s biggest brands trust us to help them transport their goods more efficiently, sustainably and safely. As pioneers of the sharing economy, Brambles created one of the world's most sustainable logistics businesses through the share and reuse of its platforms under a model known as ‘pooling’. Brambles primarily serves the fast-moving consumer goods (e.g. dry food, grocery, and health and personal care), fresh produce, beverage, retail and general manufacturing industries. The Group employs more than 10,000 people and operates in over 60 countries with its largest operations in North America and Western Europe. For further information, please visit www.brambles.com. Major/Key Accountabilities: Key involvement in implementation of new property tax filing and bill payment software. Uploading and maintenance of property tax data in bill pay and filing software. Liaise between fixed assets and stock balance team to review assets and locations for accuracy and proper filing of returns. Review property tax bills and assessments for accuracy and follow up with jurisdictions for missing info. Manage payments process. Other ADHOC assignments as approved by supervisor. Providing consistent support and reporting surrounding the property tax process ensuring the supervisor over this function has all necessary information for timely filing and payment of returns, avoiding penalties and late payment fees. Streamlining and implementing new processes in regard to property taxes. Working autonomously. Qualifications: 1-3 years Administrative Experience. Advanced Excel Skills. Associate’s Degree in Administration or other business background. Prior interaction with local government. Prior experience with property tax. This role requires high level critical thinking skills and organization.  A big focus of this role will be process improvement and research. Apply HereDate Posted: 3/11/2020 (IPT2644)


Senior Consultant Property Tax Commercial (Indianapolis, Indiana) - Ryan LLC (www.ryan.com) is the largest provider of Property Tax services in North America. The Property Tax Senior Consultant ("Senior Consultant") works with a team to identify property tax savings opportunities for clients and possesses an intermediate understanding of valuation techniques. This includes conducting research, analyzing and interpreting comparable assessment data, market data and sales transactions.  The Senior Consultant assists the team with assessment review and monitoring the appeal process for client portfolios. The Senior Consultant is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm. The ideal candidate will have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills. The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Duties and responsibilities, as they align to Ryan’s Key Results: Create a positive team member experience. Responds to client inquiries and requests from tax authorities. Demonstrates full understanding of the annual property tax cycle for assigned real property portfolios. Builds awareness/understanding of jurisdictional rules and filing requirements. Demonstrates an ability to collect, review and fully understand client-provided data. Inspects properties and prepares appropriate reports deemed necessary by management. Analyzes assessment notices and determines potential assessment reductions. Applies software knowledge to efficiently work with client data. Possesses knowledge in assessment review, appeal determination, tax bill administration, and the three valuation approaches: cost, sales comparison, and income. Additionally, the candidate possesses knowledge of assessment equalization methodology that may apply in certain states. Handles appeals and monitors appeals process. Attends client status calls and meetings and provides supporting data and findings for leadership team. Works effectively with clients by taking an interest in the client’s industry and inquiring about trends and processes to gain a full understanding of their core business. Participates in recruiting efforts. Interacts and communicates effectively with team members. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Engineering, Economics, Real Estate, Business Management, Public Administration, MIS/Entrepreneurship, International Business or another degree with MBA, MST or JD. Candidates with appropriate valuation designations preferred. One to three years of audit or tax-related experience. Desire to perform in a high-energy team environment. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. Valid driver’s license required. This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Standard indoor working environment. Occasional long periods of sitting or standing while working. Position requires regular interaction with employees and clients both in person and via e-mail and telephone. Independent travel requirement: 10%.Equal Opportunity Employer: disability/veteran. Send resume to rahul.sharma@ryan.com. Date Posted: 3/6/2020 (IPT2642)

Analyst/Paralegal, Property Tax Commercial (New York, New York) - The Analyst supports general functions of the practice such as property tax assessment notice and tax bill processing, mail handling, and scanning. The Analyst performs independent research and analytical reviews in support of the Property Tax practice and maintains software databases to ensure database and report integrity. The Analyst is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm. The ideal candidate with have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills.  The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Send resume to maris.allison@ryan.com or apply here. Date Posted: 3/4/2020 (IPT2641)


Manager, Property Tax (New York, New York) - The Property Tax Manager ("Manager") oversees a team of Senior Consultants/Consultants to deliver property tax consulting services for assigned clients. The Manager maintains existing client relationships and focuses on property tax management and minimization opportunities. The Manager reviews and evaluates appeal positions, makes appeal recommendations and manages the appeal process for Ryan clients. This includes enforcing policies, standards and guidelines, researching tax issues, reviewing valuations of real property, negotiating assessment reduction and settlements, and the preparation and presentation of assessment appeals and supporting litigation. The Manager is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm.  The ideal candidate will have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills.  The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Send resume to maris.allison@ryan.com or apply here. Date Posted: 3/4/2020 (IPT2640)

Senior Consultant (Dallas, Texas) - Property Tax Complex. Ryan LLC (www.ryan.com) is the largest provider of Property Tax services in North America. The Property Tax Senior Consultant ("Senior Consultant") works with a team to identify property tax savings opportunities for clients and possesses an intermediate understanding of valuation techniques.  This includes conducting research, analyzing and interpreting comparable assessment data, market data, and sales transactions.  The Senior Consultant assists the team with assessment review and monitoring the appeal process for client portfolios. The Senior Consultant is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm.   The ideal candidate will have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills.  The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Duties and responsibilities, as they align to Ryan’s Key Results: Create a positive team member experience. Responds to client inquiries and requests from tax authorities. Demonstrates full understanding of the annual property tax cycle for assigned real property portfolios. Builds awareness/understanding of jurisdictional rules and filing requirements. Demonstrates an ability to collect, review and fully understand client-provided data. Inspects properties and prepares appropriate reports deemed necessary by management. Analyzes assessment notices and determines potential assessment reductions. Applies software knowledge to efficiently work with client data. Possesses knowledge in assessment review, appeal determination, tax bill administration, and the three valuation approaches: cost, sales comparison, and income. Additionally, the individual possesses knowledge of assessment equalization methodology that may apply in certain states. Handles appeals and monitors appeals process. Attends client status calls and meetings and provides supporting data and findings for leadership team. Works effectively with clients by taking an interest in the client’s industry and inquiring about trends and processes to gain a full understanding of their core business. Participates in recruiting efforts. Interacts and communicates effectively with team members. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Engineering, Economics, Real Estate, Business Management, Public Administration, MIS/Entrepreneurship, International Business or other degree with MBA, MST or JD. Candidates with appropriate valuation designations preferred. One to three years of audit or tax-related experience. Desire to perform in a high-energy team environment. Demonstrated leadership, problem-solving, and strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to prioritize tasks, work on multiple assignments, and manage ambiguity. Ability to work both independently and as part of a team with professionals at all levels. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. Valid driver’s license required. This position has no supervisory responsibilities. Equal Opportunity Employer: disability/veteran. Send resume to rahul.sharma@ryan.com. Date Posted: 3/2/2020 (IPT2638)

Commercial Real Estate Property Tax Consultant (Dallas, Texas) - Tax Advisors Group is seeking an individual to join their consulting team as a junior level property tax consultant to work with the team to identify and provide clients with a wide range of valuation services designed to efficiently and effectively manage their real property assessments and property taxes. The ideal candidate will have a strong work ethic as well as two or more years of Commercial Real Estate (CRE) tax consulting or CRE appraisal and general property tax consulting experience. Responsibilities: Assists Senior Real Estate Manager with overall real property tax administration for a book of clients and CRE accounts, primarily across Texas; Acquire real estate assessments in Texas and various other states and track hearing dates; prepares well organized requests for information and supporting documentation; ability to handle informal valuations (phone/email) with county tax appraisers; prepare, attend, and present appeals at the local jurisdictions informally and formally as needed; assisting with valuation workup (3 main approaches and equity analysis); prepare property tax estimates and other valuation tasks as needed; reviews and approve tax bills; prepares Tax Savings Reports for clients; maintains relationships with applicable tax jurisdiction personnel. Other duties as assigned. Licensing and knowledge: Take necessary courses to keep tax consultant license current; obtains necessary knowledge to maintain awareness and understanding of multi-state BPP and RE tax statutes, rules and regulations. Skills required for position: Texas Property Tax Consulting license from TDLR.  Tax Consulting: Minimum of 2-3 years Multi-state property tax consulting experience or real estate appraising. Strong public speaking and presentation skills; Travel as required to attend appeal hearings, property inspections, and client meetings. Intermediate to advanced Excel software skills. Qualities required for position: Organizational skills. Time management skills. Attention to detail. Efficient and focused. Systematic. Eye for orderly visual composition of reports. Cheerful and professional telephone skills. Good spelling, grammar and writing skills. Negotiation skills. Strategic thinking. Assessor relations. Team oriented. Flexible. Calm under deadline pressure. Send Resume to hr@taxadvisorsgroup.com or apply hereDate Posted: 3/2/2020 (IPT2637)

Senior Consultant, Property Tax Commercial (Seattle, Washington) - The Property Tax Senior Consultant ("Senior Consultant") works with a team to identify property tax savings opportunities for clients and possesses an intermediate understanding of valuation techniques.  This includes conducting research, analyzing and interpreting comparable assessment data, market data and sales transactions.  The Senior Consultant assists the team with assessment review and monitoring the appeal process for client portfolios. The Senior Consultant is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm.  The ideal candidate with have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills.  The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. The Property Tax Senior Consultant ("Senior Consultant") works with a team to identify property tax savings opportunities for clients and possesses an intermediate understanding of valuation techniques.  This includes conducting research, analyzing and interpreting comparable assessment data, market data and sales transactions.  The Senior Consultant assists the team with assessment review and monitoring the appeal process for client portfolios. The Senior Consultant is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm. The ideal candidate with have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills. The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Send resume to maris.allison@ryan.com or apply online. Date Posted: 2/26/2020 (IPT2636)

Manager, Property Tax Commercial (Oakland, California) - The Property Tax Manager ("Manager") oversees a team of Senior Consultants/Consultants to deliver property tax consulting services for assigned clients. The Manager maintains existing client relationships and focuses on property tax management and minimization opportunities. The Manager reviews and evaluates appeal positions, makes appeal recommendations and manages the appeal process for Ryan clients. This includes enforcing policies, standards and guidelines, researching tax issues, reviewing valuations of real property, negotiating assessment reduction and settlements, and the preparation and presentation of assessment appeals and supporting litigation. The Manager is responsible for creating positive team member experiences, which lead to excellent client service and drive revenue and profit for the Firm. The ideal candidate will have analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with strong people skills.  The successful candidate will be effective in researching issues, reconciling databases, and completing detailed calculations.  Successful Ryan team members embrace and live Ryan’s values of Pursue Excellence, Wired to Win, Generosity Matters, Build Trust and Integrity Always and will embody and demonstrate accountability. Send resume to maris.allison@ryan.com or apply online. Date Posted: 2/26/2020 (IPT2635)
 
Tax Accountant (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) - Tax Specialty: Sales/Use and Property. Why Join the Amedisys Family? We are a growing company that values and rewards our team members, recognizes your special skills and experience and offers opportunities for growth. Join more than 14,000 team members who help change lives every day and share a mission of delivering high quality home health, hospice and private duty care at home. Care for patients one-on-one in home environment with flexibility in scheduling. Essential Functions: Prepares tax returns, researches and identifies technical issues, and documents all tax work for review by the Manager/Sr Manager of Tax. Communicates with various taxing authorities regarding tax notices. Analyzes information, develops practical and creative solutions to problems, determines project conclusions and recommendations, and participates in the decision-making process, as appropriate. Continually reports on the status of tax projects. Documents paperwork and recommendations to other departments, prepares written memos, drafts internal client correspondence, and effectively communicates with company personnel. 6. Performs other duties as assigned. Required Qualifications: One (1 ) year experience in tax department of public accounting firm or equivalent experience in business/industry. Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or related field. 2. Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license. Minimal degree of travel. Must be able to continually (67% - 100% of the time) sit, see, hear, speak, use one hand, and be inside. Must be able to frequently (34% - 66% of the time) stand, walk, bend/stoop, lift/carry/push/pull up to 20 lbs. Must be able to occasionally (1% - 33% of the time) squat; crawl; climb; reach above shoulder level; kneel; balance; lift/carry/push/pull over 50 lbs.; be outside; and be exposed to temperatures of 32 degrees Fahrenheit and less, 100 degrees Fahrenheit and more, wet and humid, noise, vibration, fumes, dust. Amedisys is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, pregnancy, marital status, national origin, citizenship status, disability, military status, sexual orientation, genetic predisposition or carrier status or any other legally protected characteristic. Email to send resume: cherie.johnson@amedisys.com or apply online . Date Posted: 2/25/2020 (IPT2633)

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 primarily support property tax, but may assist as needed in sales tax. The candidate should be familiar with and embrace process improvement and technology, such as robotics and other tools. Familiarity with SAP, OneSource Property Tax, a plus.  Full details of the position are available through the link. Apply. Date Posted: 2/20/2020 (IPT2632)

Unclaimed Property Tax Administrator (Seattle, Washington) -  The Unclaimed Property Tax Administrator will support Expedia Group’s growing Domestic Indirect Tax Operations Team.  Expedia Group is a US based travel and technology company that owns and operates several domestic and international online travel brands including Expedia.com, Hotels.com, Hotwire.com, trivago, Venere.com, Travelocity, Orbitz, and Vrbo. What You Will Do: Oversee Expedia’s unclaimed property obligations by actively engaging with internal business groups to coordinate the proper identification and process management of Expedia’s unclaimed property. Apply your unclaimed property knowledge to proactively identify, review and implement changes that ensure the accuracy and completeness of Expedia’s obligations. Work closely with accounting team to reconcile unclaimed property, utilizing technology solutions such as Alteryx, Tableau and other RPA solutions to support large data sets. Work as an integral part of the tax team. Work with third party unclaimed property service providers to ensure Expedia’s compliance. Effectively manage large compliance data sets. Preform research and analysis and apply applicable laws to Expedia’s use tax obligations. Communicate and implement findings with various internal and external stakeholders. Coordinate, review and prepare business property tax data with external service provider. Coordinate timely payment of property tax payments. May also preform indirect tax project work as required on a variety of business advisory, financial reporting, transactional tax data, and tax research and analysis projects. Actively engage in day to day activities to facilitate change for the better. Work as an integral part of the tax team. Who You Are: Excellent researcher and problem-solver, who can analyze, compare, evaluate, reconcile and learn from tax data. Base level understanding of unclaimed property regulations and concepts with the ability to apply rules and concepts to the various compliance processes. Strong communicator who knows when/how to ask questions, raise issues, and provide meaningful updates to the working team. You are easy to work with—flexible, engaged, and eager to do your best work as part of a broader team. A multi-tasker, able to simultaneously work on multiple tasks while meeting strict due dates. Self-starter who takes the initiative on project assignments, working diligently to identify issues and thoughtful questions. Strong team player willing to assist in a variety of tax related areas. You want to work in a dynamic work environment and have successfully done so in prior work experience. You seek out and welcome internal and external feedback and can change your performance, deliverables, deadlines based on such feedback.  You are somebody who actively drives and/or facilitates change; you are not comfortable in the back seat. Skilled user of Microsoft Office with an emphasis in managing large data sets in Excel. You have successfully used, or have a desire to learn and use, automation tools such as UIPath, Tableau and Alteryx. You love to collaborate with a diverse and interactive team in a professional and respectful way. BA/BS degree in accounting or related field. 3 to 6 years of tax experience in a corporate tax department or public accounting firm. CPA license or actively working towards attainment is a plus, but not a required. Masters in tax or accounting is a plus, but not required. Apply. Date Posted: 2/20/2020 (IPT2631)
Tax Senior Indirect Taxes (Lincolnshire, Illinois) - The outdoors is a big place and just as it offers endless adventures, so does our company. Camping World is your premier one-stop-shop for everything RV. Along with RV parts and accessories, we also offer a full selection of new and used RVs for sale. Once you buy an RV, should it need a little TLC, our RV Spa detail and refurbishment centers are there to make it shine like new. However, if the problem is under the hood, our nearly 2,000 service bays, over 1,600 technicians and 100+ collision centers scattered around the country are ready to get you back on the road in no time.  As the RV industry leader, Camping World is always looking for new and better ways to enhance your RV and outdoor experience. Camping World – like the great outdoors – is a big place, full of opportunity and we make it our mission to equip you for it. We’ve got an awesome team already, but there’s always room for more! Are you ready for a new adventure? As a tax professional within the Company, the successful candidate will lead a scope of responsibilities related to Sales/Use tax, Personal Property Tax, fixed asset maintenance, Business taxes, Unclaimed Property, and assistance with Form 1099 compliance.  The position will also be responsible for performing an analysis of the existing state and local tax compliance and providing recommendations on improving the workflow for all locations across the United States.  This individual will work closely with Controllers on various sales tax matters and assist with sales/use/personal property tax audits. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Preparation of business personal property tax returns for all dealerships. Working with Fixed Assets data in FAS SAGE – review of the information provided by accounting (useful life, method), preparation of the consolidated Tax FA roll forward schedule. Assist dealerships with sales and use tax questions as they arise. Determine proper state and local tax rates for new dealerships. Monitor existing and emerging sales tax law changes and assess the impact on the company.  Develop improvements to systems, processes and work papers on a continual basis to drive improvements in efficiency and effectiveness, while maintaining adequate internal controls under SOX requirements. Research and draft technical memoranda regarding state and local issues. Assist with sales and use tax audits defense including performing tax research, summarizing data and drafting audit responses. Assist in responding to state and local tax notices. Monitor business activities for potential nexus implications. Assist with unclaimed property requests. Assist with preparation of annual reports and other business tax filings. Import the 1099 data into Yearli software compliance system. Work closely with all levels of organization. Perform other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: 4-6 years of progressive tax experience in a corporate tax department, public accounting, or combination of both with emphasis on sales tax. Bachelor's degree in Accounting or a related field. Working knowledge of tax laws and regulations at the U.S. federal, state, and local level. CPA preferred. High level understanding of state sales and use tax laws. Understanding of personal property tax law. Understanding of state escheat laws. REQUIRED SKILLS: Ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks and changing priorities. Good written and verbal communication skills. Strong tax research and analytical skills. High level of intellectual curiosity and ability to learn and communicate technical concepts. Highly skilled in the use of excel including V-look up and advanced pivot tables. Hands on, efficient organizational skills, and a strong attention to detail. Able to work independently and make sound, timely decisions. Dealership Experience is preferred. Apply here. Date Posted: 2/12/2020 (IPT2627)


Senior Property Tax Associate (Houston, Texas)
The Senior Property Tax Associate position at EDP Renewables North America, along with the current Senior Property Tax Associate, is responsible for their assigned property tax compliance and planning function under the direction of the Senior Property Tax Manager. This person will manage relationships with external assessors and local jurisdictions to arrive at negotiated tax values or payments in lieu of property taxes.  Main Accountabilities:  Assist in property tax abatement negotiations and similar negotiations, prepare and file property tax renditions and other related filings for the company’s property tax accounts, negotiate property tax values of the company’s assets, evaluate property tax assessments and appeal (approximately 10% of assets are under formal appeal or value of is being litigated at any given time) such assessments as needed, supervise property tax audits and litigation, draft and/or review memoranda detailing property tax treatment of specific transactions and their impact to the business, prepare property tax schedules for accounting, finance, and treasury, for budgets, accruals, and cash projections, prepare property tax schedules for project modelers on development projects, assist other Tax Department personnel with research, project review, and other tasks as needed.  Travel, as required.  Minimum Qualifications:  Bachelor’s degree, 7+ years’ experience in analyzing and managing the property tax function for a mid to large size business directly or via a consulting firm, CMI, CPA preferred, experience in Renewables Industry preferred, experience in negotiating, securing and administering property tax reductions through informal and formal appeals processes, ability to value operational assets under multiple valuation methods such as the Income, Cost and Sales approach, knowledge of state and local property tax reduction and incentive programs, strong Microsoft Excel skills (knowledge of complex functions and formulas), SAP experience a plus.  Please send resume to Emily Silva, Talent Acquisition, at emily.silva@edpr.com. Date Posted: 2/7/2020 (IPT2642)

Taxes & Fees Accounting Manager (Atlanta, Georgia) -
The role provides statutory and financial accounting business process expertise in all areas of indirect taxes, licenses, deposits, and regulatory fees for North America legal entities, and is responsible for the accounting, reporting and regulatory tax filings required.  This role leads and develops a team providing support to the tax and fees areas described above and collaborates with other finance/accounting teams, IT, and Corporate Tax to ensure tax transactions are correctly recorded and reported to all US jurisdictions.  The ‘Tax & Fees’ team develops processes and executes tax returns, related payments, and accounting for multiple tax types including but not limited to sales tax, use tax, personal and real property tax, business licenses, escheat payments, fuel tax, and beverage taxes. The Tax & Fees Manager ensures appropriate tax automation tools are in place and functioning as designed (scope of work includes the design and testing of new tools).  He/she provides related financial and regulatory audit support, as well as champions, influences, and executes against change management programs to support organizational strategies and initiatives. For requirements, qualifications and to apply - Click Here. Date Posted: 1/29/2020 (IPT2633)

VP Sales and Use Property Tax -
Our professionals balance analytical skills, deep market insight and independence to deliver solid, defensible analysis and practical advice to our clients. As an organization, we think globally. We create transparency in an opaque world, and we encourage our people to do the same. That means when you take your place on our team, you’ll discover a supportive and collaborative work environment that empowers you to excel. If you’re ready to share your perspective with the world, then you can make a real impact here. This is the Duff & Phelps difference.  Duff & Phelps’ Sales and Use Tax Services practice provides comprehensive sales and use tax solutions to our clients including tax determination, minimization, planning and compliance services.  At Duff & Phelps, your work will help protect, restore and maximize value for our clients. Join us and together we’ll maximize the value of your career. Responsibilities: Duff & Phelps is seeking a Sales and Use Tax Vice President candidate to work with our indirect tax team on sales and use tax outsourcing and a variety of state and local tax projects. The primary role encompasses research and analysis, due diligence reviews, preparation of written memoranda and other analysis as well as assisting with managing large scale tax projects. The ideal candidate will be detail oriented and organized and able to work effectively as part of a larger team or individually, have a collaborative and collegial professional demeanor and possess a strong desire to learn and a natural intellectual curiosity. Other areas of responsibility include: Manage day to day aspects of select sales and use tax compliance projects. Collaborate with and coordinate team members to assist with management of projects. Train and develop staff. Oversee retrieval, validation and reconciliation of audit data inputs. Oversee documentation retrieval and organization to support sales and use tax audit defense. Conduct taxability matrices, perform research supporting findings. Prepare audit and voluntary disclosure submissions, work papers and memorandums. Identify potential tax saving opportunities. Participate in audit and voluntary disclosure negotiation and presentation of data analysis and taxability research. Conduct data analysis and work paper preparation for reverse audit projects to ensure identification and recapture of refund opportunities. Keep current  with law changes. Qualifications: Minimum five plus years’ experience with demonstrated progression of responsibilities in a combination of Tax and/or Information Technology roles, preferably within a corporate tax environment or a combination of experience within a corporate tax environment and a public accounting or consulting firm. An understanding and working knowledge of client’s business and tax systems. Familiarity with Oracle and/or SAP,  and Tax Software such as Vertex and/or Sabrix. Excellent research and writing skills. Ability to analyze raw data from ERP systems to reconcile to trial balances and sales and use tax returns. Experience working with audits and reverse audits. Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel. Ability to draft filings, such as refund claims, petitions for redetermination, and various other administrative replies. Good organizational skills with a high attention to detail. Excellent communications skills. Requires Bachelor's degree in accounting, finance or a related field CPA or CMI preferred. Travel Required. In order to be considered for a position at Duff & Phelps, you must formally apply via www.careers.duffandphelps.jobsDate Posted: 1/27/2020 (IPT2632)

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)

Personal Property Tax Consultant (Dallas, Texas) -
As part of the team at Baden Tax Management, your primary responsibilities of this position will include multi-state personal property tax consulting and reporting. This includes managing client portfolios, client and assessor communication, return preparation, assessment verification, and tax bill verification and approval. Since our formation in 1993, Baden Tax Management has continuously expanded the scope and depth of its services. Our firm is comprised of a wide variety of CPA’s, CMI’s, appraisers and other tax experts. Our core services include real and personal property tax consulting, property tax compliance and sales & use tax consulting. Each of these service units are staffed by professionals dedicated to their respective service area. Baden Tax Management was founded and has been built on the understanding that we would provide industry leading value – Superior Results and Excellent Client Service. Today we proudly represent a wide variety of clients throughout the United States. Education & Experience Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or related course of study. Minimum of 5 years of experience in multi-state personal property tax consulting. Licensed Texas tax agent. Experience with PTMS or Sigercon preferred. CMI preferred. Highly motivated, with a passion for success. Excellent communication, organization and computer skills are required. We offer competitive compensation and benefits package with unlimited growth opportunity. Please send resumes or inquiries to dcromer@badentax.com. Date Posted: 1/16/2020 (IPT2654)

Commercial Real Estate Tax Consultant (Vancouver, British Columbia) -
Altus Group is currently seeking a candidate in the position of a Consultant based out of our Vancouver, BC office to join our Property Tax division. The Consultant will be responsible for preparing appraisal analysis and/or consulting reports with limited need for review. Key Responsibilities: Preparing appraisal/assessment analysis to assist with client and assessor communications and negotiations. Review and analysis of market information obtained from various internal/external partners. Developing proformas and projections to be used in the appraisal and assessment review process. Attend meetings with clients and assessors in an effort to achieve resolution of valuation/assessment issues. Performing property inspections. Managing client relationships in a manner that leads to contract renewal, referrals and service expansion. Maintaining ongoing client communication and resolve issues. Escalate issues to next level of management as required. Coaching, training and mentoring Senior Analysts and Analysts by transferring skill and knowledge. Developing internal network and relationships to facilitate information sharing, cross selling and expansion of service offerings to clients. Actively engaging external market participants including networking events and company initiatives. Position Requirements: Bachelor's degree, preferably in real estate, law, business or economics, or related experience in appraisal/real estate valuation. 3+ years of related experience in commercial appraisal or real estate valuation & advisory consulting. AIC courses or equivalent education is an asset. Excellent knowledge of the commercial real estate industry & market dynamics. Valid driver's license with a clean driver's abstract. Excellent communication skills; interpersonal, written & oral presentation, in order to complete consulting reports. Where applicable, working knowledge in creating financial modeling in Excel and other software platforms. Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite. Application -  Click HereDate Posted: 1/16/2020 (IPT2653)

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) 

Commercial Property Tax Director (Houston, Texas) -
Responsible for working with Large Commercial Customers in representing their property tax interests at County Appraisal District hearings. This includes developing and maintaining strong customer relationships, gathering and reviewing customer evidence, putting together a sound case to present in hearings, then negotiating the best valuation possible during the hearing process and assisting with judicial appeal, if necessary. Duties and Responsibilities: Communicate with Customers regularly about their portfolio, deadlines, evidence, & other property tax matters. Conduct Site Visits and Customer Meetings. Onboard New Customers by identifying and implementing best practices and procedures for them. Maintain relationships with assigned portfolio accounts. Provide in-depth real estate property tax analysis using Market, U & E, and/or Income methods. Analyze complex evidence packages and market data to establish fair OPV and prepare for appeals using strategies known to be successful in commercial property tax hearings. Have a solid understanding of how to present complex evidence and negotiate values on the customer’s behalf in both an informal or formal hearing. File Corrections, as Requested. Participate in the Litigation and Arbitration appeal process. Maintain good working relationships with county appraisal districts. Plan for and oversee training for Property Tax Consultants and Support Staff on company systems and technical concepts to ensure best practices. Work with other departments in the office to accomplish objectives for customers. Stay up-to-date with property tax code and Maintain Property Tax License in Texas. Education/Experience: Successful candidate will have a bachelor’s degree; business, engineering, math or science preferred.  5+ years as a commercial property tax consultant. Experience or exposure to industrial market a plus. Prior experience supervising Property Tax Consultants. Must be able to analyze work product of other property tax agents. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. Experience at the appraisal district a plus. CMI or CMI coursework in process preferred. Solid organizational skills; especially the ability to meet project deadlines with a focus on details. Strong Negotiation Skills. Strong Technical and Analytical Skills. Ability to read and understand complex customer documents.  Able to work with and motivate others to achieve desired results. Highly Detail Oriented. Strong technical and analytical skills. Self-Starter able to work independently with minimum supervision. Proven track record in the property tax marketplace. Multi-tasking. Strong communication skills both verbal and written. Send resume to humanresources@btanow.comDate Posted: 1/13/2020 (IPT2650)

Property Tax Director
– Porto Leone Consulting is a valuation services firm with expertise in Personal and Real Property. We are seeking an experienced property tax professional to start and grow a property tax practice and are offering equity in addition to salary compensation. Responsibilities: Sales and Marketing of property tax services. Hire, train and manage staff and oversee client services. Carry out compliance filings, appeals, audits and other property tax activities, delivering administrative and consulting services in a timely and accurate manner. Ability to work remotely and build the practice nationally. Any other duties as assigned. Qualifications/Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree with 5+ years of personal property tax experience. Demonstrated PC literacy in general business applications. Strong skills in technical, oral and written communications, valuations, negotiations, organizing and planning.   Knowledge of property valuations, assessment procedures, jurisdictional tax procedures, local market conditions or any processes pertinent to property tax. Personal property tax compliance and consulting experience is required.  Experience in establishing and using some sort of property tax compliance software is preferred. Excellent organizational skills including the ability to multi-task and prioritize efficiently. Strong oral and written communication, presentation, relationship management, and interpersonal skills. Send resume to MicheleK@PLC-LLC.comDate Posted: 1/8/2020 (IPT2649)

Property Tax Analyst (Oak Brook, Illinois) - This position reports directly to the Executive Vice President, Director of Property Tax. The Property Tax Analyst is responsible for management of all aspects of portfolio commercial real estate property assessment and tax practice; manages assigned properties leading in-house and outsourced appeals to outside consultants and attorneys to ensure compliance with real property ad valorem filings, audits, and tax planning to minimize property assessments. CORE RESPONSIBILITIES: Demonstrates highest standards of personal and professional integrity, adheres to company’s policies and procedures, and complies with applicable laws, government rules and regulations. Interact with clients and supervising attorney/consultant to being fact gathering process. Obtain property assessment and financial data to conduct independent analysis. Analyze proposed assessments and apply experience, knowledge and judgement to formulate/review appeal recommendations, using the three methods of property valuation (cost, income, and comparative sales) for real and personal property tax. Works with consultant, attorney and State taxing authorities to achieve maximum tax savings. Maintain property tax reduction calendar status and deadlines. Review, update and submit periodic status reports including tax savings report to clients and/or for client meetings. Assist in annual budget/projections preparation and review. Maintain knowledge of state and local tax laws, regulations, and court decisions. Assist in documenting procedures and look for process improvements. Support internal team by providing subject matter expertise and informal training to the team. Prepare client billing and consultant fee invoicing. Reduction refund submission and tracking. Schedule and Present at Quarterly Client Meetings. Prepare and finalize contingent fee agreements, authorizations/affidavits. Set up new properties, monitor appeals deadlines. Other duties as assigned. QUALIFICATIONS: This position requires a bachelor’s degree in finance, accounting, economics real estate or related field of study. This position requires at least 3-5 years of prior professional work experience in property tax experience with a broad exposure to real and personal property tax required. Proficient in financial modeling. Ability to interpret financial statements. Detail-oriented with strong organizational and analytical skills. Strong communication and interpersonal skills. Ability to work under tight deadlines and in a fast-paced environment. Intermediate skills in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook are required for this position. Keyboarding skills are required for this position, at least 35 WPM. Intermediate knowledge of JD Edwards, iManage, OneSource, and Yardi are preferred. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, familial, marital or veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected classes. Email your resume to Jennifer Book, Recruiting Manager, to jennifer.book@inlandgroup.com. Date Posted: 1/8/2020 (IPT26482)