Sales Tax Positions Available

Sales Tax Analyst Corporate Compliance (Irving, Texas) - This role is responsible for the timely preparation, filing, and payment of corporate sales, use, meals, and other transaction tax returns on a semi-monthly, monthly, quarterly and/or annual basis including associated general ledger account reconciliations.  Includes research and resolution of tax issues resulting from tax jurisdiction notices, accounting customer service inquiries, and/or inquiries from 7-Eleven internal departments. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Timely prepare, file, and pay corporate sales, use, meals, and other transaction tax returns and reconcile general ledger accounts for assigned jurisdictions adhering to strict deadlines.  Ensure reconciling items are fully documented and resolved in a timely manner. Research and stay current on changes to tax laws and other compliance related requirements for assigned jurisdictions.  Resolve tax related issues resulting from jurisdictional notices, accounting customer service inquiries, and/or inquiries from Company personnel (operations, legal, etc.). Perform required maintenance and enhancements to tax software applications including configuration and required periodic updates of OneSource sales tax compliance solution. Assist with special projects and implementation of process improvement initiatives as required in alignment with Department and Company initiatives. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelors/4 yr. Degree. 3+ years relevant work experience. CPA/CPA eligible and/or CMI preferred. Sales tax compliance, general ledger account reconciliations. Strong computer skills (MS Suite with focus on Excel, OneSource or other sales tax compliance software, Alteryx & Power BI a plus). Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills with a desire to execute. Effective communicator. Individual must be able to handle multiple tasks along with time-sensitive deadlines. Send resume to Janatha.mccullough@7-11.com. Date Posted: 6/21/2021 (IPT083)

Canadian Tax Specialist (Ontario, Canada or Atlanta, Georgia) -
Reporting to the Tax Manager, this position is hands on tax specialist that will contribute significant expertise to the tax function, including tax compliance, tax provision, tax research. This role is responsible for timely preparation of federal and provincial sales tax returns, assisting with income tax preparation, assist with tax audits, and analysis and reconciliation of tax accounts. Will provide other support including, analysis of financial information for tax reporting purposes, maintain organized working papers, assist with tax audits, and ad hoc projects as assigned. What you’ll do for us: Prepare working papers and file sales tax returns for federal and provincial jurisdictions for. Prepare and book income tax provision on a monthly/quarterly/annual basis. Assist with the preparation of statutory financial statements. Compile and analyze financial information for the preparation of corporate income tax returns. Prepare and file non-resident tax withholding and annual T4A-NR return. Provide support for federal and provincial sales tax audits and income tax audits. Maintain all tax account reconciliations on monthly basis. Work with tax consultants on tax recovery projects. Assist in managing and resolving any tax issues that may arise. Manage other ad hoc tax projects. Qualifications and Requirements: 5 to 8 years of experience in income and sales tax compliance, preferably obtained from working in a public accounting firm or large corporation. 3-5 years’ Experience with Canadian Sales Tax. Accounting designation. Previous experience with multiple legal entities. Proficient in SAP and Microsoft Office. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Excel required. Excellent organization and communication skills. Strong research skills, and possesses a positive attitude with a passion for problem solving. Proactive, self-starter, and results oriented. Travel required is 0 to 5%, very occasional. Communication, Income Tax Audits, Income Taxes, Organizing, Proactive Approach, Researching, Sales Tax Audits, Sales Taxes, Sales Tax Returns, Tax Audits, Tax Compliance, Taxes, Tax Filings, Tax Preparation, Tax Provisions, Teamwork, Work Attitudes. We are taking deliberate action to nurture an inclusive culture that is grounded in our company purpose, to refresh the world and make a difference. We act with a growth mindset, take an expansive approach to what’s possible and believe in continuous learning to improve our business and ourselves. We focus on four key behaviors – curious, empowered, inclusive and agile – and value how we work as much as what we achieve. We believe that our culture is one of the reasons our company continues to thrive after 130+ years. Visit Our Purpose and Vision to learn more about these behaviors and how you can bring them to life in your next role at Coca-Cola. To apply click here. Date Posted: 6/15/2021 (IPT080)

Sales Tax Project Manager (Charlotte, North Carolina) -
As the leading foodservice and support services company, Compass Group USA is known for our great people, great service and our great results. If you’ve been hungry and away from home, chances are you’ve tasted Compass Group’s delicious food and experienced our outstanding service. Our 225,000 associates work in award-winning restaurants, corporate cafes, hospitals, schools, arenas, museums, and more in all 50 states.  Our reach is constantly expanding to shape the industry and create new opportunities for innovation. Join the Compass family today! Each and every individual plays a key role in the growth and legacy of our company. We know the next big idea can come from anyone. We encourage developing and attracting expertise that differentiates us as a company as we continue to raise the bar. The Sales Tax Project Manager is a highly visible position supporting all aspects of the Sales & Use Tax Team. This is a key role, providing leadership opportunities in helping to adjust and define tax technology strategy, while driving the integration of tax technology and automation.  This position will include actively partnering with Compass IT, Strategic Projects, and Operations. Tremendous opportunities are available for a candidate who is detailed, curious, and nimble. Key Responsibilities Include: Leading daily aspects of integration and implementation of Sales & Use tax technology and data management solutions including analysis, compliance, and reporting. Provide expertise in configuring and maintaining tax applications such as Vertex, Sovos, Thomson Reuters, Avalara, TaxJar, etc. Supporting & representing Sales Tax during the ERP upgrade/migration. Evaluating tax operational processes and identifying opportunities for automation and technology solutions. Maximize utilization of implemented tax solutions including associated process design and leading change management across Sales Tax and other impacted functions. Collaborating with IT, Finance, and Operations to align data flow requirements and optimize efficiency and effectiveness in meeting reporting and compliance obligations. Ability and willingness to assist with numerous projects ranging from short term opportunities to multi-year initiatives. Leading projects through strong project management skills and in depth of understanding of Sales Tax and enterprise impact. Effectively communicating within Sales Tax Team, senior leadership, external advisors, and other key stakeholders. Be able to resolve technical issues and delegate to the appropriate resources when required. Qualifications: B.A. /B.S. in Accounting, Finance, Business, or Computer Sciences. 8+ years of progressive responsibility in a large corporation or public accounting firm with 2+ years' managerial or supervisory experience. CPA or CMI certification preferred but not required. Operational experience with sales & use tax technology solutions (Vertex, Sovos, Thomson Reuters, Avalara, etc.) in or for a multibillion-dollar, complex organization. Broad understanding of sales and use tax law, processes, compliance, reporting, and audit defense. Operational experience with large scale ERP systems.  SAP preferred. Experience with financial accounting and related processes. Strong project management skills with the ability to handle multiple concurrent tasks and changing priorities & deadlines. Ability to work effectively in a team environment. Strong written, verbal, and listening communication skills with both tax and non-tax audiences. Self-motivated, proactive, positive individual, able to work well independently and in a team. To apply click here. Date Posted: 6/9/2021 (IPT077)

Licensing Associate (Alpharetta, Georgia)
- CliftonLarsonAllen (CLA). At CLA we create inspired careers. We recognize that not everyone wants to grow their career in the same way. That’s why CLA exists to create opportunities. We promise to know you and help you. CLA, one of the nation’s largest public accounting and professional services firm, is currently seeking a Licensing Associate in our growing telecommunications team in our Alpharetta, GA office. College graduates with a desire to learn the State and local indirect tax market and telecommunications industry are welcomed to apply!! The primary function of the Licensing Associate will be to support the Registration and Project/Consulting Team in all areas of projects, consulting engagements and registrations requirements for all clients for both tax and regulatory. The position requires organization, research and meticulous attention to detail! The position will assist the local level indirect tax registration function and help build a comprehensive forms database of all potential required registrations for automated form population by state & jurisdiction in a software tool licensed to the firm. What you'll need: Experience with indirect tax registrations or desire to learn. Bachelor’s Degree. No certifications required. Send resume to michelle.omahoney@CLAconnect.com. Date Posted: 6/8/2021 (IPT076)

Telecom Research Senior Indirect State and Local Tax and Telecom Tax (Alpharetta, Georgia) - CLA (CliftonLarsonAllen), the 8th largest public accounting firm in the United States, is proud to create inspired careers. We recognize that not everyone wants to grow their career paths in the same way. That’s why CLA exists to create opportunities. We promise to know you and help you. CLA is looking to hire a Telecommunications Research Senior to join our fast-growing team in our Alpharetta, GA office! The primary function of the Telecommunications Research Senior will be to support the Project/Consulting Team in all assigned areas of projects, consulting engagements, tax and regulatory remediation and research requirements for all clients for both tax and regulatory. The position will require organization, research and attention to detail and methodology for building and maintaining long-term firm practices and standard operating procedures. What you’ll need for this role: Bachelor's degree in accounting or finance. Five+ years of professional experience, including two years of research experience. Paralegal, Enrolled Agent or Law Degree highly desired. Send resume to michelle.omahoney@CLAconnect.com. Date Posted: 6/8/2021 (IPT075)
 
Sr. Manager II, Specialty Tax, Technology & Data (Bentonville, Arkansas) - Walmart. RESPONSIBILITIES: Perform hands on detailed data research and analysis of a large financial data set; investigate, troubleshoot and resolve data quality issues. Support the delivery of the Tax technology projects, independently drive smaller projects or components of larger projects; support project prioritization discussions, timelines and trade-offs with business partners. Deploy IT initiatives for the Tax function. Build and maintain relationships with key technology providers and other technical teams across the organization. Work with IT to prototype, develop, implement and test developed systems. Develop and deliver training programs for all newly implemented technology solutions. Ensure teams of Tax personnel have proper access rights to Client software applications. Work with other regions across the Global Tax team to identify, create and implement globally scalable processes and solutions. Integrate core Tax department needs, aligning technology requirements, and carries out Tax technology initiatives. Interact with the IT teams to understand and identify how systems changes could impact tax requirements and ensure Tax stakeholder alignment on initiatives. Define business requirements for technical development based on input from stakeholders and analysis of data sets. Understand the business line, supporting information technologies, and finance/accounting/tax disciplines, as well as the impacts on each project. Serves as a liaison between the Tax, Accounting and IT functions to align tax needs with the use of technology. BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: BS degree in Data, Computer Science, Mathematics, Accounting, or a related field or equivalent experience. 7+ years’ working experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience (e.g. Master plus 5 years’ work experience) in tax, accounting, data analysis or related field. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Proficiency at querying relational databases (SQL) and ability to pull data from various sources. Proficiency in ETL tools (e.g. Alteryx) and data visualization tools (e.g. PowerBI). Experience with VBA, Python, R, and/or Machine Learning. Ability to explain financial/technical concepts and analysis implications clearly to a wide audience and be able to translate business objectives into actionable analyses. Experience with large data sets, data reconciliation, and/or data investigation. Experience with data modeling and large scale data warehouses. Experience with large-scale tax or accounting business processes and data flows. Ability to work successfully in a team environment and build effective working relationships inside and outside of the group. Creative, positive, and helpful attitude; a team oriented, customer-centric working style. Strong critical thinking, verbal and written communication skills, and attention to detail. To apply click here. Date Posted: 6/7/2021 (IPT074)

Sales Tax Analyst Procurement & Audit Support (Irving, Texas) -
Imagine working in a place where continuous improvement and innovation is celebrated and rewarded; where fast-paced, high-impact teams come together to positively drive results for one of the largest & most iconic brands in the world. As the only rapidly growing retailer, you may know us as your friendly neighborhood store. You probably know our familiar name, have seen our pervasive logo, and have tried our highly sought-after products, such as Slurpee® and Big Bite®.  “Brain Freeze” is a 7-Eleven registered trademark for our 53-year old Slurpee® and with over 71,100 stores globally (more than any other retailer or food service provider); we sell over 14 million a month. But there’s a lot more to our story and much more left to be written.  We are transforming our business, ensuring we are customer obsessed and digitally enabled to seamlessly link our brick and mortar stores with digital products and services. At 7-Eleven the entrepreneurial spirit is in our DNA and has been ever since our inception 90+ years ago. It’s what drove us to invent the convenience industry in 1927 by envisioning how a simple ice dock could provide household staples such as milk and eggs to better serve the needs of our customers.  Today we are redefining convenience and the customer experience in big ways...we are fundamentally changing our culture and we want talented, innovative, customer obsessed, and entrepreneurial people like you to come make history with us.  This role is responsible for providing indirect tax technical (primarily sales, use, etc.) support for procurement, development, and other related Company initiatives to eliminate obstacles and ensure compliance with state/local laws while minimizing the Company's tax posture. Includes oversight of the Company's procurement related indirect tax determination systems and tax audit support. KEY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITES: Perform technical sales, use and other transaction related tax research to ensure compliance with state/local laws and minimize the Company's tax posture. Includes communication of impact to tax and non-tax management to support Company-wide Procurement and Development strategic initiatives. Facilitate all phases and activities of sales and use tax audits. Includes analyzing and responding to information requests, closing audits with favorable results, preparing and submitting protests/appeals, and communicating results and opportunities for process improvement/risk mitigation. Maintain multi-national (US and Canada) taxability determination system to ensure proper taxation of fixed assets, expenses and other non-resale items (procurement activities). Monitor new legislation and other changes in tax laws to provide feedback to impacted stakeholders. Review & provide feedback on new and existing contracts and other agreements. Assist with special projects and/or implementation of process improvement initiatives in alignment with tax department, finance team, and Company-wide goals and objectives. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors/4 Yr. Degree. 3+ years relevant work experience. Master's degree and/or CMI strongly preferred. Sales and other transaction taxes and related compliance systems (OneSource preferred). Working knowledge of accounting and internal controls (SOX) pertaining to indirect taxes. Strong analytical, problem-solving, and communication skills are required to independently understand and appropriately respond to a variety of business process issues. Strong computer skills (MS Suite with focus on Excel, Alteryx & Power BI preferred). Individual must have strong written and verbal communication skills and well organized, reliable and action oriented. To apply click here. Date Posted: 6/3/2021 (IPT072)

Staff Accountant Sales and Use (High Point, North Carolina) -
DHG is a leading professional services firm offering assurance, tax and advisory services to clients nationwide and internationally. Our strength lies in our technical knowledge, industry intelligence and future focused approach combined with our drive to help our clients achieve their goals, both today and tomorrow. DHG's professionals are passionate about providing an unparalleled client experience as we listen, innovate and act to help our clients. DHG ranks among the top 20 professional services firms in the nation, providing assurance, tax, and advisory services. With more than 2,000 professionals across the United States, the DHG team serves clients in 50 states and internationally. Responsibilities: DHG Next Evolution of Accounting Resourcefulness (NEAR) is based in High Point, NC and is comprised of individuals that have obtained a two or four year accounting degree. The NEAR team provides a centralized group of resources to assist assurance, tax, and advisory teams by performing tasks that are more entry level, lower risk, repetitive, administrative, and non-judgmental in nature. The ideal candidate will enjoy working with team members across the firm who will request work from the NEAR team. They will focus on productivity and innovative solutions to deliver quality work products to our teams. Sales tax experience is preferred but not necessary as DHG will train the desired individual. This role will primarily support the sales and use tax compliance function for the firm and work closely with the team. The position will include a steady and stable workload to assist with the day to day aspects of compliance and compliance related services for our clients. In addition, the role may also include basic data analysis for audit support, automation and consulting engagements. Preparation of sales tax data received from clients to be used in sales and use tax return processing. Preparation of sales and use tax returns for various taxing jurisdictions. Electronically filing sales and use tax returns on the taxing jurisdictions website. Processing sales and use tax payments for clients as part of the return filing process. Communicate with clients clearly and professionally while establishing and maintaining positive relationships with clients. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential business matters. Exercises strong sense of professional ethics and judgment. Must be reliable and able to meet deadlines. May be required to perform or assist with other services and special projects as needed such as data analysis relating to audit and consulting engagements. Obtain a working knowledge of sales and use tax return preparation software. Qualifications: Minimum of Associates degree is required, preferably in business or accounting. High degree of computing acumen is preferred. GPA of 3.0 or higher is preferred. Sales tax experience preferred but not necessary as DHG will train the desired individual. Thorough working knowledge of MS Office: Word, Excel and Outlook required. Effectively collaborate with visitors, clients, staff and coworkers in a professional manner required. Strong verbal and written communication skills required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/21/2021 (IPT064)

Sr. Sales Tax Compliance Accountant (Irving, Texas) -
McKesson Corporation is a Fortune 8 company and is one of the largest providers of healthcare supply chain management solutions, retail pharmacy, medical & pharmaceutical supplies, healthcare technology, community oncology and specialty care in the United States with revenues of $231 billion in 2020. The company was founded in 1833 by John McKesson and Charles Olcott in New York with a focus on importing and wholesaling pharmaceutical products. United by our ICARE shared principles, McKesson's 80,000 employees work together every day to make better care possible around the globe – one product, one partner, one patient at a time. We are seeking a Sr. Sales Tax Compliance Accountant to join our team in Irving, TX. The Sr. Sales Tax Compliance Accountant interprets complex business rules and regulations in the process of establishing the Company’s U.S. sales tax and indirect tax compliance.  Maintains tracking for the Company’s U.S. sales/use tax and other indirect tax responsibilities utilizing company’s software product, and ensures availability, completeness, accuracy, and access of the indirect tax returns for the Indirect Tax team and McKesson Business Partners. The Sr. Sales Tax Compliance Accountant position is accountable for the collection of tax-related information, reporting to taxation authorities at the federal, state, county, and local levels in a timely manner, and advising management on the tax impact of various corporate strategies.  The position is also responsible for assisting with jurisdiction initiated indirect tax audits and other indirect tax projects as identified by the Tax Director or VP - Tax. Key Responsibilities: Prepare timely and accurate indirect tax returns including sales and use tax returns, business license tax returns, and similar tax returns for assigned businesses including the preparation of check requests/EFTs and associated information/documentation for journal entries. Prepare account reconciliations as needed and required, maintaining accurate record keeping of the filed tax returns and supporting documentation. Update the company’s tax calendar databases for filed tax returns. Identify tax savings, process improvements, etc. Coordinate and resolve indirect tax return issues with various taxing authorities, including correcting internal processes. In conjunction with and at the direction of the SUT Tax Director, analyze indirect tax compliance requirements within and across McKesson businesses and prepare recommendations for compliance and consistency across McKesson businesses. Ensure compliance with internal procedures and regulatory agencies. Act as a liaison between Tax Department, Business Partners, and other stakeholders. Perform other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements: Degree or equivalent and typically requires 4+ years of relevant experience. 3 - 5 years’ experience in a business, legal, or financial environment. Knowledge of U.S. sales and use tax concepts. Knowledge of U.S. sales and use tax return preparation requirements preferred. Successfully drive and meet deadlines and manipulate large data. Knowledge of U.S. sales and use tax concepts. Knowledge of U.S. sales and use tax return preparation requirements preferred. Excellent organizational skills for handling large volume of work with attention to detail. Excellent decision making, problem solving, and communication skills. Excellent understanding and proficiency of Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, SharePoint and Outlook. Results oriented individual with the ability to work independently. Working knowledge of Alteryx, Power BI, etc. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/19/2021 (IPT063)

Sr. Sales Tax Analyst, Audit Planning (Raleigh, North Carolina) -
The Senior Analyst, Sales Tax Audit and Planning reports directly to the Manager, Sales Tax Audit and Planning and is responsible for assisting the Sales and Use Tax Planning and Controversy Manager with all sales and use tax audits and refund initiatives.  Specific duties to include generation of transactional reports from various enterprise systems, reconciliation of sales tax returns and trial balances, and the pulling of source documentation, such as customer invoices, vendor invoices, and exemption certificates.  It will be the role of the Senior Analyst to organize and perform the initial analysis of sales and purchase transactions being reviewed under audit, and to assist with the development of initial tax positions.  The Senior Analyst will also be tasked with drafting certain protest and appellate documents related to either audit assessments or claims for refund. In addition to audits and refund initiatives, the Senior Analyst will be asked to perform substantive technical research related to taxability of purchases and related exemptions in approximately 40 states, and will also monitor general sales tax law changes. Responsibilities: Support all aspects of the sales, use and excise tax audit process from notification through completion. Support consulting firms assisting with reverse audits, registrations and research. Regularly communicate with Manager, Sales Tax Audit and Planning regarding projects and tasks. Develop good working relationships with personnel within the Finance, Purchasing, Shared Services, Finance Managers and other operations teams. Ensure field, AP, customer, and vendor questions are addressed by the team accurately and timely. Maintain knowledge of sales and excise tax law. Contribute to tax minimization efforts through identifying overpayments, filing refund claims and updating systems to ensure overpayments are minimized. Identify and assist with the implementation of process enhancements to correct issues stemming from audits or other diligence. Provide subject matter expertise as part of corporate and tax initiatives impacting sales, use and excise taxes. Support sales tax registration analysis including voluntary disclosure agreements as applicable. Support the research and communication of sales tax impacts of large capital projects. Participate in professional organizations. Perform administrative tasks in a timely manner. Other duties as assigned by Manager, Sales Tax Audit and Planning. Minimum Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree in accounting or finance. CPA or CMI preferred, but not required.  Public accounting experience a plus. 4+ years of experience as part of a dynamic multi-state sales tax team supporting manufacturing operations. Exceptional oral/written communication skills with ability to interact professionally with diverse groups. Working knowledge of Vertex O or similar sales tax decision making software is preferred, along with diverse enterprise system knowledge or adaptability. Ability to manage and make progress on multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to gather facts, research a tax position, and accurately communicates tax advice to Martin Marietta stakeholders. Detail oriented with strong analytical and problem solving skills. Exceptional oral/written communication skills with ability to interact professionally with diverse groups. Proficiency in tax research tools and Microsoft products. Good working knowledge of multi-state sales tax rules and regulations.  Ability to apply these rules to transactions in a complex industry. Ability to keep Manager, Sales Tax Audit and Planning current on important matters. Positive, assertive, and persuasive “can do” communication style. Ability to exercise sound judgment in problem solving. Comfortable with ERP systems, sales tax determination systems and using technology to achieve results. Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel. Open to the use of data analytics. Excellent work ethic - high standard of performance and production. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/14/2021 (IPT059)

Sr. Sales & Property Tax Accountant I (Bethesda, Maryland) - 
The purpose of the Sr. Sales & Property Tax Accountant I is to review and/or prepare sales and property tax documentation to ensure compliance for various corporate entities.  This role is also responsible for gathering facts and researching tax issues related to various company entities to quantify exposure, ensuring proper compliance, and facilitating sales and property tax savings. Essential Functions: Prepares tax compliance for all corporate entities, including but is not limited to, preparing necessary calculations to achieve tax compliance, organizing and developing efficiencies in the tax return preparation process, and identifying possible opportunities and exposure areas. Conducts tax research. Coordinates maintenance of sales tax preparation software. Prepares and/or reviews responses to Information Document Requests, notices, audits, and other requests for information from various tax authorities as directed by management. Reporting relationship and other important information: The Sr. Sales & Property Tax Accountant I position as described falls under the Fair Labor Standards act as an Exempt position, under the Administrative Exemption. The position typically reports to the Sr. Director, Sales & Property Tax. Minimum Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills, and Work Environment:  Requires a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. Requires 3-5 years of corporate tax experience. Requires strong accounting, planning and organizational skills, the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously, and strong analytical and problem-solving skills. Requires understanding of general corporate tax principles and GAAP. Requires strong computer skills including Excel and PeopleSoft. Requires strong oral, written and interpersonal communication skills. HMSHost is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/4/2021 (IPT055)

Senior Manager II, International Tax Compliance & Quantitative Analysis (Bentonville, Arkansas) -
At Walmart, we help people save money so they can live better. This mission serves as the foundation for every decision we make, from responsible sourcing to sustainability—and everything in between. As a Walmart associate, you will play an integral role in shaping the future of retail, tech, merchandising, finance and hundreds of other industries—all while affecting the lives of millions of customers all over the world. Manages the preparation United States reporting of international operations by developing and executing plans to analyze data ; identifying technical issues ; incorporating data into tax returns; maintaining deadlines; supporting controls over income tax reporting, accruals, and payments; and providing guidance and support to internal and external auditors. Implements tax systems strategy by collaborating with senior leadership and key stakeholders to establish, develop, and prioritize requirements and goals; communicating and presenting the tax strategy to ensure understanding, alignment, and acceptance across multiple business areas and senior leadership; streamlining processes and leveraging efficiencies to ensure continuous improvement ; identifying and reviewing system enhancement needs and developing unique solutions in partnership with technology; ensuring system enhancements meet compliance obligations, potential risk mitigation, and long-term business strategy. Manages accuracy and integrity of tax returns, forms, and audits by assessing tax work papers for international operations; executing and ensuring correction of deficiencies; working with internal and external auditors to ensure proper financial statement reporting; maintaining and testing processes for Sarbanes-Oxley reporting and compliance; guiding and mentoring analysts in income tax compliance processes and procedures; and preparing and reporting test results. Collaborating with other areas within tax as well as with legal and with local-country tax teams outside the United States; and serving as a tax liaison with different departments. Responsibilities: Review US international tax forms, statements, and elections for 900+ foreign subsidiaries. Review foreign inclusions, deductions, and tax credits for tax return and provision purposes. Review E&P, tested income, tax basis calculations. Support the department’s efforts to respond to U.S. international tax and non-U.S. audits. Monitor compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley for key U.S. international tax controls. Provide support to other members of the International Tax team on areas such as those related to tax provision, domestic compliance and transfer pricing issues on an as needed basis. Research US international tax issues. Support and manage technology implementation and enhancements (e.g. SharePoint, CorpTax, OneSource). Maintain process documentation, including preparation of initial processes and annual updates of existing processes. Assist and direct continuous improvement, enhancement, and efficiency of the international tax compliance and provision process. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, Finance, Economics or related field and 4 years’ experience in accounting, finance, income tax compliance, or related area OR 6 years’ experience in accounting, finance, income tax compliance, or related area. 2 years’ supervisory experience. Preferred Qualifications: Working on cross-functional teams or projects. Masters: Economics, Masters: Finance. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/3/2021 (IPT055)

Sales Tax Accountant (Charlotte, North Carolina) -
As the leading foodservice and support services company, Compass Group USA is known for our great people, great service and our great results. If you’ve been hungry and away from home, chances are you’ve tasted Compass Group’s delicious food and experienced our outstanding service. Our 225,000 associates work in award-winning restaurants, corporate cafes, hospitals, schools, arenas, museums, and more in all 50 states.  Our reach is constantly expanding to shape the industry and create new opportunities for innovation.  Each and every individual plays a key role in the growth and legacy of our company. We know the next big idea can come from anyone. We encourage developing and attracting expertise that differentiates us as a company as we continue to raise the bar. This role is primarily responsible for timely and accurate compliance with state and local tax laws while providing excellent internal customer service to our field and corporate operations. Responsibilities: Prepare and file state and local sales and use tax returns, including compilation and analysis of financial data. Maintain and update sales tax return worksheets and procedures. Research and resolve general ledger account variances with internal customers. Reconcile sales and use tax general ledger accounts on a monthly basis. Respond to sales tax inquiries raised by internal customers and taxing jurisdictions. Register, renew and cancel state, county, city and local sales tax permits. Develop and maintain sales tax knowledge relating to laws and regulations in assigned states. Identify process improvements and cost savings opportunities. Assist with special projects as assigned. Qualifications: 4 year degree in Accounting or Tax required. CPA or CMI certification preferred, or CPA/CMI candidate preferred. 1 to 5 years multi-state sales and use tax compliance experience required. Experience with food/vending or support services industry preferred. Proficient with Microsoft Office required, especially Excel, Access is ideal. Experience with SAP and sales tax compliance software preferred. Strong accounting and analytical skills. Ability to identify trends through data analytics and work orders. Ability to independently research issues and reach a resolution in all cases. Must be a detail-oriented, team player with a strong work ethic. Excellent interpersonal and written communication skills. Excellent organizational skills and ability to manage large amounts of electronic data. Ability to work in a fast paced environment with ability to adjust to shifting priorities. Ability to work extended hours as required to meet internal and external deadlines. Compass Group is an equal opportunity employer.  At Compass, we are committed to treating all Applicants and Associates fairly based on their abilities, achievements, and experience without regard to race, national origin, sex, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other classification protected by law. Req ID: 533476. Send resume to Josh.Sigmon@compass-usa.com. Date Posted: 4/28/2021 (IPT054)

Manager Tax (Flexible where NiSource Operates: Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Kentucky) – 
This position is within the NiSource Tax Department; responsible for financial planning, accounting, compliance, reporting, research, systems and billing support, and audits pertaining to Taxes Other Than Income Taxes for all of the states in which NiSource operates. Tax types include property, gross receipts, sales and use, and other taxes. This position reports to the Director, Indirect Taxes. The Manager, Indirect Taxes will deliver value through operational excellence and efficiency, managing processes and technology based solutions in areas of tax accounting, tax compliance, tax controversy and tax planning in gross receipts, property, sales, use and other indirect taxes. The Manager will also analyze transactions for unusual tax risks or undetermined tax benefits, determine tax-optimization, and assess the tax consequences of specific transactions.  Responsibilities include supervising and developing staff, issue identification and analysis, staying current on tax matters, coordinating within and outside the tax department, and interacting with outside auditors. This position requires a self-motivated team player with GAAP and Tax technical experience, leadership and organization skills, effective communication, a history of producing high-quality, timely work product, flexibility, and intellectual curiosity. The Manager must strive for continuous improvement in process, deliverables, leadership and professional expertise. Principle Duties and Responsibilities: Manage a team of tax professionals to ensure accurate, timely filing of gross receipts, property, sales, use and other indirect tax returns and payments. Manage tax determination, tax risk management, tax account reconciliations, tax reserves, SOX controls and all computational and reporting aspects of ASC 450. Manage research and tax planning and respond to requests and inquiries from operating groups, including the impact of strategic business changes, and tax-related legislative developments on indirect taxes. Assist internal and external counsel regarding any indirect tax controversy. Manage tax-related regulatory reporting requirements and provide tax assistance with regulatory initiatives including utility rate case support. Manage the development of process documentation and support ongoing process transformation while adhering to controls and policies. Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or related degrees. Minimum of 8 years in a large, publicly-traded corporation or similar experience or in an accounting firm with a focus on gross receipts, property, sales and use taxes. Technical skills in general accounting principles, ASC 450, and sampling methods. Experience supervising teams to build an atmosphere of trust; providing technical training and mentorship to other team members; coaching staff including providing timely and meaningful feedback to ensure team effectiveness. Tax compliance software experience, preferably One Source Indirect Tax Determination (Sabrix) and ERP (Oracle or SAP) systems. Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel. Strong aptitude for identifying and implementing process improvements. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Strong tax research skills. Organized and attentive to detail. Works well independently and in a team environment. Preferred Qualifications: Master’s degree in Accounting/Business, Tax or a related discipline. Certified Public Accountant. Exposure to Alteryx, Tableau, UI Path, Visual Basic or other tools in Tax. Utility industry experience helpful, but not required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/26/2021 (IPT052)

Senior Sales Tax Accountant (Memphis Tennessee) -
Our Finance team serves as a critical business partner responsible for managing all global activities related to financial performance, accounting, tax, forecasting, risk management, and asset management. As the Senior Sales Tax Accountant, the team will lean on your deep understanding of Tax and analytical skills to administer, prepare, review, and analyze sales, use, and transient occupancy tax returns of more complex filings. You will use your strong interpersonal skills every single day to build positive partnerships with your team members who rely on you as a supervisor. You will work most closely with the Sales Tax Accountant and Sales Tax Accountant Associates. Also, acting as a resource to your team members, you will assist with research, audits, and planning projects. More specifically, you will: Administer, prepare, and file sales, use, occupancy, telephone, and liquor tax returns for owned and/or managed hotels and notify hotel finance and property of any abnormalities. Keep accurate tax rate schedules for all assigned properties and notify finance and property of any changes promptly. Maintain jurisdiction files for assigned properties following state and local law. Review assigned properties’ claimed room exemptions with the responsibility of accepting or rejecting exemptions in compliance with laws and rules monthly. Respond to requests for tax information by both internal customers and taxing authorities in addition to resolving compliance issues with taxing authorities. You will frequently partner with corporate hotel accountants and hotel location personnel. Maintain a tax calendar with due dates, registration numbers, database, and other information to ensure all returns are filed timely. Train and serve as a contact to Sales Tax Accountants, including acting as the first point of contact for questions when Sales Tax Accountants encounter difficult issues before escalating to the Manager. We are looking for a problem solver and self-starter who is passionate about using their analytical skills to solve complicated problems. We believe creativity, thinking uniquely, and taking the initiative in making decisions will consistently improve the team while building substantial partnerships. Further, success in this role will demonstrate itself through the following attributes and skills: Good judgment in evaluating situations and making sound decisions. Expertise in analyzing and interpreting financial data. Aptitude for working well under pressure while effectively balancing multiple, concurrent demands and appropriately prioritizing responsibilities. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Professional demeanor and excitement for working in a team environment. To fulfill this role successfully, you should demonstrate the following minimum qualifications: Three (3) years of professional tax experience. Two (2) years of working with computerized financial systems. Knowledge of multi-state sales & lodging taxes. Knowledge of Microsoft Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. BA/BS Bachelor's and/or MA/MS Master’s Degree Six (6) years of professional tax experience. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/26/2021 (IPT051)

Sales Tax Accountant (Memphis, Tennessee) -
Our Finance team serves as a critical business partner responsible for managing all global activities related to financial performance, accounting, tax, forecasting, risk management, and asset management. As the Sales Tax Accountant, the team will lean on your deep understanding of Tax and analytical skills to administer, prepare, review, and analyze sales, use, and transient occupancy tax returns. You will have the opportunity to tap into your dynamic business insight as you assist with research, audits, and planning projects. More specifically, you will: Administer, prepare, and file sales, use, occupancy, telephone, and liquor tax returns for owned and/or managed hotels and utilize interpersonal skills to notify hotel finance and property of any abnormalities. Keep accurate tax rate schedules for all assigned properties, and timely notify finance and property of any changes. Maintain jurisdiction files for assigned properties following state and local law. Complete monthly review of assigned properties claimed room exemptions with the responsibility of accepting or rejecting exemptions to comply with laws and rules. Respond to requests for tax information by internal customers and taxing authorities, resolving compliance issues with taxing authorities. Build and maintain a strong partnership with corporate hotel accountants and hotel location personnel. Maintain a dedicated tax calendar with due dates, registration numbers, database, etc., that will ensure all returns are filed timely. Help develop and improve methods of filing tax returns and maintenance of tax department files. Assist in performing “self-audits” of hotel properties. Support with the maintenance of the tax return system, making corrections and updates monthly to stay current with all law changes, rate changes, etc. Problem solvers and self-starters who are passionate about using their analytical skills to solve hard problems. We believe thinking creatively and having the initiative to make decisions will consistently improve the team while building meaningful partnerships. Further, success in this role will demonstrate itself through the following attributes and skills: Good judgment in evaluating situations and making sound decisions. Expertise in analyzing and interpreting financial data. Aptitude for working well under pressure while optimally balancing multiple, concurrent demands and appropriately prioritizing responsibilities. Excellent verbal and written communications skills. Professional demeanor and excitement for working with others as a team. To fulfill this role successfully, you should demonstrate the following minimum qualifications: Two (2) years of general ledger account experience. One (1) year of professional tax experience. One (1) year working with computerized financial systems. Knowledge of tax compliance software. Knowledge of multi-state sales & lodging taxes. Knowledge of Microsoft Suite including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. BA/BS Bachelor’s Degree. Two (2) years of professional tax experience. Certified Public Accountant (CPA). To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/26/2021 (IPT050)
 
Tax Analyst IV New Content (King of Prussia, Pennsylvania) - Vertex, Inc. is currently looking for a Senior Tax Analyst – Content Research to provide tax expertise for our software products. In this role, you will serve as an indirect tax subject matter expert and will perform advanced indirect tax research and analysis to ensure the accurate taxation of product and service offerings for new content. Will also assist in advising the Vertex enterprise on indirect tax matters and developing effective tax strategies. Essential Job Functions and Responsibilities: Monitor legislative and regulatory changes and communicate and coordinate with internal and external groups to ensure compliance with change. Analyze problem, identify core issues, investigate, evaluate, and integrate information. Work closely with peers in the Research Management Team to develop and implement cohesive plans to increase Vertex's capacity and capability pertaining to Vertex's tax needs. Analyze, gather, and interpret tax laws, regulations, ordinances, case law, and literature. Create and/or review requirements and specifications. Draft memorandums and letter rulings; communicate deliverables to team. Enhance job knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies. Support a dynamic team environment by collaborating with other departments, contributing time, effort, and ideas. Establish effective processes and best practices for knowledge sharing and communication. Guide overall team activity to support team/business objectives. Clarify how change will help the organization meet business goals and articulate benefits of change. Make recommendations regarding appropriate staff levels and skills to achieve goals and objectives. Participate in other projects or duties relating to new content initiatives and/or strategies as needed. Occasional travel may be required. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge and understanding of Indirect Tax rules and regulations that impact tax calculations and compliance; demonstrate expertise in determining accurate taxability decision with appropriate legal support. Ability to handle complex tax content projects in a multi-tasking environment, define project plans, perform research, meet strict content deadlines and budgets, interact, and communicate with individuals/groups at all levels within the organization. Strong analytical skills and extensive cross country technical Indirect Tax experience. Demonstrate ability to translate and communicate complex or difficult tax concepts to others in a plain and understandable manner. Experience in tax consulting, compliance, audit defense and controversy a plus. High level of proficiency with web-based tax research platforms. Demonstrate ability to establish strong, credible, cross-functional working relationships in a fast-paced collaborative corporate culture. High level of ethics, integrity, judgement, discretion, and confidentiality. Ability to interpret tax laws and regulations and determine how they apply to Vertex Products. Compliance administration (Facilitate information between Vertex and Taxing Authorities). Strong aptitude to detailed information. Ability to meet deadlines. Effective work in multi-jurisdictions/regions. Understands product development methodologies. Exposure to broad spectrum of taxes and jurisdictions a plus. Ability to coach, mentor, teach, develop, and train staff. Excellent communication (oral, written, presentation, and facilitation) skills. Must possess and exhibit emotional stability and maturity in the face of highly emotional and stressful situations. Proficiency in Microsoft Office packages is required. Education & Training: Bachelor's Degree in Tax/Accounting/Finance is required. Obtained or actively pursuing one or more of the following: Juris Doctorate (J.D.), Master's in Taxation, MBA, CMI, or CPA Certification (Active or inactive) preferred. 6+ years of Indirect Tax experience required. Experience with Vertex or other tax engines a plus. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/22/2021 (IPT048)

Sr. Manager Indirect Tax Audits (Irving, Texas) - Tax Specialty: Sales Tax. McKesson Corporation is a Fortune 8 company and is one of the largest providers of healthcare supply chain management solutions, retail pharmacy, medical & pharmaceutical supplies, healthcare technology, community oncology and specialty care in the United States with revenues of $231 billion in 2020. The company was founded in 1833 by John McKesson and Charles Olcott in New York with a focus on importing and wholesaling pharmaceutical products. United by our ICARE shared principles, McKesson's 80,000 employees work together every day to make better care possible around the globe – one product, one partner, one patient at a time. The Indirect Tax Team is responsible for the design, implementation, and defense of Indirect Tax strategies and positions. The Sr. Manager Indirect Tax Audits is an integral member of the tax department providing hands-on support for domestic non-income tax audits.  The role is responsible for managing sales and use tax/business license tax/gross receipts tax, and other indirect tax audits, providing tax technical support to Indirect Tax colleagues and to Company’s operational personnel, assisting with various process improvements that enhance the Company’s sales and use tax/business license tax, and other Indirect Tax functions, and mitigating risk. A successful candidate will have a forward-thinking vision and the ability to work with multiple business partners to achieve results. This role reports directly to the VP of Indirect Tax but will work closely with all members of the Indirect Tax Team and will routinely interact with Company operational personnel at all levels, including the various business units, up to and including senior management.  This role will have responsibility for 3 – 5 direct or indirect reports (tax professionals). This job is based in Irving, Texas, and we will return to our offices once it is safe to do so. Key Responsibilities: Responsible for managing state & local tax audits by evaluating information requests and developing strategies to successfully defend tax filing positions, including both developing effective working relationships with tax authority representatives and representing and negotiating with the tax authorities on the Company’s behalf to resolve indirect tax audits or controversy matters. Under general direction of the Vice President of Indirect Tax the Senior Manager/Director – Indirect Tax – Audits is responsible for managing the indirect tax audit function, including resolutions through settlements, appeals, and protests, for the Company and all US affiliates for sales and use taxes, business license tax, CAT, gross receipts, and other indirect taxes (except personal property and real property) and  may be responsible for managing the Unclaimed Property function, including reporting, recovery, and audit administration. Responsible for the supervision and management of indirect tax professionals and outside professional firms engaged to provide services relating to indirect tax audits, Unclaimed Property compliance and recoveries activities, or other assigned projects. Collaborate with internal/external personnel concerning merger/acquisition/disposition audit responsibilities, management, and resolution. Compute and manage indirect tax audit accruals, not including property tax, and interface with internal FP&A and accounting colleagues concerning related relevant accounting entries. Partner with Businesses as a key tax department resource for indirect tax issues by timely responding to business queries relating to non-income tax matters, and partner with direct reports and engage with other staff/peers to foster exceptional and productive internal and external relationships. Drive process improvement projects to streamline and enhance current processes. Manage special projects including planning and conducting tax research and analysis and preparing memorandums to document conclusions and, in conjunction with the tax planning and research group, determining the impact of tax legislative, regulatory, and judicial developments as well as tax rulings, audit and administrative determinations in the indirect tax area. Demonstrate ability to lead not only team members but peers inside and outside the Tax department to ensure timely and effective responses to tax authorities, as required. Summarize audit results for communication to/with Indirect Tax colleagues to ensure compliance and updates to systems/TDMs, etc. Assist in developing and implementing policies and procedures to achieve organizational goals. Assist in the development of functional strategy. Proactively offer new ideas and build support for making significant change. Ask questions and listen to gain input and insight. Foster an open exchange of ideas. Communicate clearly and concisely. Resolve differences/conflict in a constructive manner. Plan and anticipate and look at downstream and cross-functional implications. Balance short and long-range considerations when solving problems. Mentor and assist in the development of audit team members and other indirect tax professionals and support team to disrupt, improve, and evolve ways of working when necessary and create an environment where people and technology thrive together to accomplish more than they could apart. Promote and encourage others to value difference when working in diverse teams. Lead by example and establish a track record as a reliable, "go to" performer. Other projects as assigned. Minimum Requirements: Degree or equivalent experience. Typically requires 9+ years of professional experience and 1+ years of supervisory and/or management experience. 9+ years of relevant indirect tax experience/managing State and local tax audits, including a deep understanding of indirect tax systems and laws. Big 4 or corporate industry experience in a multi-corporate/multi-state environment preferably in distribution or healthcare industry. 3+ years managing tax professionals. Strong indirect tax technical background enabling evaluation, development, and leadership in the implementation of tax audit techniques and resolution. Demonstrated analytical, technical, and problem-solving skills with strong attention to detail. Demonstrated organization skills with a proven ability to multi-task and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously. Proven ability to work cross-functionally and influence/lead change where no direct authority exists. Proven oral and written communication skills including the ability to convey complex tax topics in a non-technical, clear manner to non-tax team members and effectively work with and communicate with all levels within the organization. Demonstrated competence in meeting required deadlines with high degree of accuracy in a time sensitive environment. Demonstrated ability to work individually and as a team player with the ability to support cross functional goals. Self-motivated. Strong presentation skills. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/12/2021 (IPT047)

Tax & Licensing Specialist (Niceville, Florida) - First Nation Group, LLC.  We’re both a Veteran owned and Woman owned business.  Support the tax compliance function by assisting with the timely and accurate preparation of state, and other jurisdiction’s indirect taxes including sales & use, personal property, excise, and commercial activity taxes. This also includes maintaining compliance with local business taxes and statutory annual report filings. Support and manage outsourced provider in preparing state income returns along with required provisions and account reconciliations. Ensure that all existing business activities are covered by licenses mandated by all state and federal regulators to enable compliance of continued and future operations, mitigating legal and regulatory risks. Ensure license renewals are submitted in a timely manner such that there is no lapse in the licensure coverage. Responsibilities: Process and file state and local sales & use tax returns, personal property tax returns, excise & commercial activity tax returns, local business tax compliance and statutory annual reports. Interact with state and local tax authorities regarding compliance issues. Research and monitor filing requirements and tax law updates. Recognize, anticipate and resolve tax issues; make recommendations. Maintain and organize all tax documentation. Provide support and responses to tax audits and disputes. Manage tax exemption and resale certificates. Develop an understanding as well as a strategy to determine what licenses will be needed based on planned business initiatives. Interact with different departments and levels of the company to identify, compile and address compliance short falls and needs. Qualifications & Education: Bachelor’s degree in tax/accounting/finance or equivalent years of experience in a related field required. Ability to summarize legal documents and make a logical, defensible determination based on the facts. Demonstrated troubleshooting, problem analysis and resolution capabilities required. General understanding of applicable state and federal laws and the variances between these. General understanding of the business process, the products we distribute and locations we distribute to. Creative and abstract thinking. Intensive reading. Self-starter. Ability to work independently, and in teams, to consistently meet commitments. Strong Microsoft Office products skills, with emphasis on Excel. Comfortable working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment. High personal discipline, attention to detail and work quality. Desire and motivation to learn new skills and expand knowledge to improve job performance and self-improvement. Strong verbal and written communication skills; ability to communicate effectively with all levels. Strives for excellence and upholds organizational standards such as cooperation and confidentiality. Must pass drug testing. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to hear and communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing. Extensive use of a computer is required. Limited travel required. This is a full time, salaried exempt position. Occasional weekend and evening work may be required as job duties demand. First Nation Group provides equal employment opportunity to all individuals regardless of their race, color, creed, religion, gender, age, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any othercharacteristic protected by state, federal or local law. Punctuality and regular attendance are necessary to meet deadlines. With the exception of STD/LTD/FMLA & approved time off, attendance is considered essential. Must maintain a positive work atmosphere by behaving and communicating in a manner to get along with customers, clients, co-workers, and management.  Must be able to work under supervision and respond appropriately and professionally to criticism from a supervisor. Apply by clicking here or send resume to laguilar@firstnationgroup.com. Date Posted: 4/8/2021 (IPT044)

Tax Analyst, Sales & Use (Nashville, Tennessee or Dundee, Michigan) -
Specialty: sales & use tax, indirect tax.  The Tax Analyst will support the Indirect Tax department in the areas of accounting for sales and use taxes including state and local audit activities, review and confirm tax returns and underlying documentation prepared by the Shared Service Center (SSC). Responsibilities: Demonstrates a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas. Provide support to P2P and O2C Groups with sales tax-related matters. Maintain and confirm the tracking of indirect tax refunds. Conduct technical tax research relevant to planning projects for tax audits and special projects. Provide accurate and timely tax data reports for internal customers and auditors, as requested. Review of sales/use compliance done by SSC. Assist and advise SSC personnel with responses to tax notices. Identify tax discrepancies and recommend process improvement solutions. Cross train and provide assistance in other tax areas. Link to apply and qualifications, https://bit.ly/3cRmxvN. Date Posted: 4/6/2021 (IPT041) 

Sr. Tax Analyst, Indirect Tax (Nashville, Tennessee or Dundee, Michigan or Addison, Texas) -
Specialty: indirect tax. The Senior Tax Analyst supports the Indirect Tax department in the areas of accounting for sales/use and property taxes including state and local audit activities review and confirm tax returns and underlying documentation prepared by the Shared Service Center (SSC). Promote and mentor Tax Analysts in a positive work environment. Responsibilities: Demonstrate a commitment to communicating, improving and adhering to safety policies in all work environments and areas. Provide support to B2R, P2P and O2C Groups in sales & use tax and property tax-related matters. Maintain and confirm the tracking of indirect tax refunds. Conduct technical tax research relevant to planning projects for tax audits and special projects. Manage state and local audits, working directly with auditors to provide required and requested data, manage end to end audit process. Prepare detailed guidance to the business regarding corrective audit defense action items. Identify and initiate tax research and planning projects. Lead sales tax and property tax related process improvement initiatives. Assist with other tax duties, as assigned. Identify SSC tax discrepancies and gaps, recommend process improvement solutions. Gain clear and concise knowledge of the business, including understanding complex tax positions related to manufacturing and construction. Link to apply and qualifications, https://bit.ly/31Q1e7w. Date Posted: 4/6/2021 (IPT040)

Senior Tax Analyst (Orlando, Florida) -
Specialty: Transactional Tax. Travel + Leisure Co. are seeking a Senior Tax Analyst in Orlando, Florida.  This position will be primarily responsible for the management of all transactional state & local tax filing projects, including audit defense, managed audits, managed compliance, and review and reconciliation of tax work papers to general ledger for Wyndham Destinations and its Subsidiaries. This individual will be responsible for any tax research related to transactional tax questions using online tax research tools, such as Checkpoint, and respond to inquiries and requests from various taxing authorities, and internal Accounting departments. Responsibilities include: Coordinate and review the preparation of monthly transactional tax returns, such as but not limited to, US Sales and Use Tax, lodging taxes, Gross Receipt Tax and Canadian HST/GST. Assist with the coordinating, organizing and managing all transactional state and local tax audits by gathering requested documentation, reviewing supporting work papers and drafting any responses. Perform research as necessary regarding taxation of new business lines and products; keep abreast with current tax laws and rate changes. Review General Ledger accounts to verify account balances and perform related research and analysis. Respond to internal tax inquiries relating to transactional tax. Maintain the Indirect Tax processes such as the SOX controls and the Tax Calendar. Manage the response and resolution of all transactional tax notices and assessments from various tax jurisdictions in a timely manner. Minimum Requirements and Qualifications: Bachelors in Accounting Required. Masters of Taxation, a plus. Transactional Tax Training on familiarity with the Federal and Multi-State tax laws and rules relating to hospitality and lodging industry. Must be able to communicate articulately both verbally and in writing. Must be able to work independently and as part of various teams. Must be detail oriented and have strong analytical skills. Intermediate proficiency with Microsoft Excel. PeopleSoft and Oracle Preferred. Microsoft Access Preferred. 5+years overall tax experience. Experience in hospitality/lodging industry a plus. Some public accounting experience is preferred. CPA license, a plus. To apply click here. Date Posted: 3/31/2021 (IPT039)

Principal, Advocacy State of California (Sacramento, California; San Diego, California; Los Angeles, California; Oakland, California; Bellevue, Washington; Jan Jose, California) -
Ryan offers outstanding opportunities to work in a dynamic, rapidly expanding tax services firm serving the world’s most respected Global 5000 companies. Our innovative work environment, accelerated growth path for high performers, competitive benefits package, and outstanding earning potential provide the most rewarding career experience available in the industry. Ryan employees are given the freedom to do their best work in the way they work best. With a clear understanding of expectations and accountabilities, our employees are given ownership of their time and flexibility to meet the demands of their professional and personal lives. The Principal, Advocacy serves as Ryan’s key point of contact with tax administrators, elected officials, and policy leaders within a region or state.  The geography (region) for this role is the State of California. The ideal job candidate must have these strategic relationships in place and an established record of success developing tax policies and procedures and resolving tax disputes and will most likely reside in Sacramento, California (or any major city in the State of California). The Advocacy Principal will work independently and cooperatively coordinating Ryan’s advocacy objectives within the region leading interdepartmental teams made up of other Ryan tax professionals, advocates, attorneys, and third-parties. The Principal, Advocacy is responsible for leading Advocacy activities in their defined geography to represent the interests of Ryan and its clients at all levels of government and will be responsible for developing and executing strategies that align with business priorities. This individual will negotiate resolutions on specific client cases with the Department of Revenue, State Executive Branch and other State and Local decision makers. This Principal will establish positive working relationships with Federal, State and Local government officials and their constituencies.  This individual will be the lead Ryan executive in the region leading interdepartmental teams to create both short-term and long-term success closing cases and improving processes. They will lead and manage a team of service delivery advocates, attorneys, and internal and third-party lobbyists.  They will also work with strategic third-party groups that align with the firm’s needs. Duties and Responsibilities: Resolve client cases and issues in an expeditious and beneficial manner for both the client and the firm. Lead strike team on key issues creating strategy and managing execution of plan to solve client problems and improve processes. Develop and execute a strategy (long-term and short-term) aligning with Ryan overall vision of government relations and client advocacy to achieve business goals. Develop, gather and drive persuasive public policy ideas, solutions, and countermeasures effectively. Consult with senior leadership team to strategize and set agenda in each respective state agency and legislative session. Review and enact policy, regulatory and legislative changes, internally or through an outside lobby group, to drive favorable outcomes, and benefit the organization’s business goals. Build on Ryan’s reputation to drive innovation in taxpayer services. Identify and work with key third-party organizations that align with the firm’s interests to mobilize them for support. Responsible for elevating and managing political profile with key local, state, and federal officials and making political giving recommendations. Lead geographic interdepartmental teams, of subject matter experts to identify opportunities and issues in a proactive manner. Develop effective and timely case and issue status reports, success factors and goal alignment, timely scheduled communications to key stakeholders and executive leadership updating progress and on-going strategic efforts.  Create a positive, work environment where team members can thrive and provide excellent client service and drive exceptional results. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or post graduate degree in law, government, political management, or public policy.  Master’s degree, Juris Doctor, or Master of Public Administration degree preferred.  10+ years’ experience in Government Affairs in a corporation or professional services firm managing multiple advocacy campaigns, having the subject matter expertise in tax recovery and minimization services, and previous track record of excellent service delivery and working in a team environment.  Possession of the essential skills required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 3/30/2021 (IPT038)

Principal, Advocacy Northeastern Region (New York, New York; Providence, Rhode Island; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; King of Prussia, Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Parsippany, New Jersey) -
Ryan offers outstanding opportunities to work in a dynamic, rapidly expanding tax services firm serving the world’s most respected Global 5000 companies. Our innovative work environment, accelerated growth path for high performers, competitive benefits package, and outstanding earning potential provide the most rewarding career experience available in the industry. Ryan employees are given the freedom to do their best work in the way they work best. With a clear understanding of expectations and accountabilities, our employees are given ownership of their time and flexibility to meet the demands of their professional and personal lives. The Principal, Advocacy serves as Ryan’s key point of contact with tax administrators, elected officials, and policy leaders within a region.  For this role, the region is Northeastern US. The ideal job candidate must have these strategic relationships in place and an established record of success developing tax policies and procedures and resolving tax disputes and will most likely reside in New York or New Jersey. The Advocacy Principal will work independently and cooperatively coordinating Ryan’s advocacy objectives within the region leading interdepartmental teams made up of other Ryan tax professionals, advocates, attorneys, and third-parties. The Principal, Advocacy is responsible for leading Advocacy activities in their defined geography to represent the interests of Ryan and its clients at all levels of government and will be responsible for developing and executing strategies that align with business priorities. This individual will negotiate resolutions on specific client cases with the Department of Revenue, State Executive Branch and other State and Local decision makers. This Principal will establish positive working relationships with Federal, State and Local government officials and their constituencies.  This individual will be the lead Ryan executive in the region leading interdepartmental teams to create both short-term and long-term success closing cases and improving processes. They will lead and manage a team of service delivery advocates, attorneys, and internal and third-party lobbyists.  They will also work with strategic third-party groups that align with the firm’s needs. Duties and Responsibilities: Resolve client cases and issues in an expeditious and beneficial manner for both the client and the firm. Lead strike team on key issues creating strategy and managing execution of plan to solve client problems and improve processes. Develop and execute a strategy (long-term and short-term) aligning with Ryan overall vision of government relations and client advocacy to achieve business goals. Develop, gather and drive persuasive public policy ideas, solutions, and countermeasures effectively. Consult with senior leadership team to strategize and set agenda in each respective state agency and legislative session. Review and enact policy, regulatory and legislative changes, internally or through an outside lobby group, to drive favorable outcomes, and benefit the organization’s business goals. Build on Ryan’s reputation to drive innovation in taxpayer services. Identify and work with key third-party organizations that align with the firm’s interests to mobilize them for support. Responsible for elevating and managing political profile with key local, state, and federal officials and making political giving recommendations. Lead geographic interdepartmental teams, of subject matter experts to identify opportunities and issues in a proactive manner. Develop effective and timely case and issue status reports, success factors and goal alignment, timely scheduled communications to key stakeholders and executive leadership updating progress and on-going strategic efforts.  Create a positive, work environment where team members can thrive and provide excellent client service and drive exceptional results. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or post graduate degree in law, government, political management, or public policy.  Master’s degree, Juris Doctor, or Master of Public Administration degree preferred.  10+ years’ experience in Government Affairs in a corporation or professional services firm managing multiple advocacy campaigns, having the subject matter expertise in tax recovery and minimization services, and previous track record of excellent service delivery and working in a team environment.  Possession of the essential skills required. To apply click here. Date Posted: 3/30/2021 (IPT037)

Tax Consultant (Remote) - 
Tax Specialty: Sales Tax. Are you a Sales Tax Nerd®?  Do you find satisfaction digging into complex rules that seem to be more of a puzzle than a problem?  Do you crave opportunities to learn every day?  Do you thrive on having variety in your work?  Do you want to make a difference in a client’s business?  If so, you might be the right person to join our team! YETTER Tax and the Sales Tax Institute is a leading national sales tax consulting and training firm headquartered in Chicago and led by Diane Yetter.  We are looking for the right Nerd to add to our team!  Our virtual team operates from home offices throughout the US, getting together online weekly for meetings and soon we’ll enjoy face-to-face team building activities.  For someone who is a self-starter and enjoys getting a wide range of things done, this could be an ideal position and place to continue to learn!  We seek a full-time team member who is looking for this kind of unique opportunity to make a difference for our clients, our company, and their own career. Our small but mighty team is expanding due to the growth of our business.  Our clients’ industries vary and include e-commerce, publishing, environmental services, software/computer services, professional services, manufacturing, and construction.  Our projects include nexus studies, voluntary disclosures, registrations, audit defense, research, planning, tax technology implementations and supporting fast growing e-commerce businesses with almost all their sales tax needs.  What don’t we do?  Compliance!  For that work we partner with other providers to ensure our clients are well supported, automate their compliance process or we train them. As a member of our team, you will also support our Sales Tax Institute training programs and help create and support our great resources.  Our growing Sales Tax Nerd Community will welcome you with open arms, and you will have the opportunity to engage with the Community members and participate in our highly sought-after training programs. If you can show us that you have: Excellent communications skills over the phone and in writing. Experience servicing clients and interacting with the State & Local Departments of Revenue. The ability to work autonomously to successfully complete projects. Experience working with at least one tax engine for configuration of tax rules. Demonstrated 2-10 years of Sales Tax experience (some consulting experience preferred). The right Nerd will come in at the appropriate level based on their level of experience.  We are looking for an experienced professional who can hit the ground running! To apply click here. Date Posted: 3/29/2021 (IPT035)

Sr. Indirect Tax Analyst (Atlanta, Georgia)
 - Americold Atlanta Corporate Office, 10 Glenlake Parkway, Suite 600, South Tower, Atlanta, Georgia 30328. Primary Responsibility: Support the Indirect Tax functions, as well as other needs of the tax department. Essential Functions: Assist the Indirect Tax Manager with sales and use tax requirements. Assist with Indirect Tax Savings (utility tax refunds, manufacturing exemptions, etc.) Assist in the configuration and maintenance of Vertex O series (v9). Assist in the configuration and maintenance of Onesource (Property Tax). Proactively prepare, gather, analyze and format materials to defend and support Sales and Use Tax, VAT, and refund filings. Prepare independently annual Business Personal Property Tax Returns. Independently prepares tax work papers, self-review of work product supporting filing of state and local tax returns for accuracy. Perform global monthly indirect tax account accruals, reconciliations and related journal entries. Manage workload to effectively meet deadlines Responsible to own work and contributing to team, department and/or business results. Respond to complex tax inquiries or matter from internal/external sources without supervision. Independently complete Tax research on new indirect tax incentives to reduce companies EBITDA. Recognize, anticipate, and resolve tax issues, and make recommendations as applicable. Provide financial data for business license tax filings. Coordinate mail received from vendors and taxing authorities for the tax department. Responsible for payment of invoices and tax notices as needed. Lead or assist as needed on domestic governmental audits (sales and use tax audits, and property tax audits). Assist is gathering necessary information for the tax department to document compliance with quarterly SOX 404 regulations. Other more technical duties related to compliance, extensions, estimated taxes and provisions will increase as knowledge increases. Other duties, as assigned. Education, Training & Professional Experience: Bachelor’s Degree is required; 2 + years in Indirect Tax experience are required. Ability to perform well under pressure and maintain a positive attitude in a high-volume and changing environment. Demonstration of ownership and ability to multi-task in order to balance responsibilities with assigned projects, while ensuring that all deadlines are met. Experience in Microsoft Office, including Word, Excel. Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to interact comfortably within all levels of the organization.  Self-starter with exceptional ability to identify and solve problems. Excellent interpersonal skills and attention to detail are essential. Very strong organizational and analytical skills. Progressive, flexible and team-oriented approach desired. The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of the job. Requires the ability to sit for long periods of time, with frequent interruptions. Requires several hours per day of sitting, getting up and down from chairs, and reaching, or bending. Requires manual dexterity with normal hand and finger movements for typical office work. Talking, hearing, and seeing are important elements of completing assigned tasks. Requires some travel by automobile and airplane up to 25% of the time. Requires visiting facility operations in temperatures at or below freezing. May carry loads related to travel and occasionally lifts, carries, positions, or moves objects weighing up to 20 pounds. Requires the use of various electronic tools. Occasionally works evenings or weekends in order to complete objectives or to attend meetings. Requires the ability to relate to others beyond giving and receiving instructions: must partner with colleagues without exhibiting behavioral extremes. Requires the performance of work activities including reasoning, negotiating, instructing, persuading, or speaking with others; and respond appropriately to constructive feedback from executive management. Americold is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. EOE/AA M/F/D/V DFW. Send resume to Brittany.Brown@americold.comDate Posted: 3/24/2021 (IPT032)