Property Tax Positions Available

Manager,  Property Tax Data & Reporting (Denver, Colorado/Hybrid) - The Manager, Property Tax Data & Reporting plays a strategic role in the compilation, conversion, analytics, compliance and reporting of property taxes. The successful candidate must possess both the technical skills required by the position as well as a desire and ability to engage with multiple departments, tax jurisdictions and senior management. This position will be directly involved in all aspects of property tax budgeting, forecasting, compliance, variance analysis and reporting to upper management. The work produced under the direction of this position will be used by multiple areas throughout the company, including Accounting, Asset Management, FP&A, Legal, Operations, and Senior Management. The successful candidate is expected to work independently and leverage business intelligence tools within Brookfield, devising models, reports and projects while streamlining work processes. This position may be regularly asked to interact with Senior Management and must be at ease with a continuous influx of opportunities. The ability to navigate and deliver results within a strict deadline requirement is crucial. Responsibilities: Take proactive initiative to create models for monitoring current and anticipated property tax expenses. Independently establish and manage the maintenance of the property tax database and associated reports. Routinely distribute these reports. Engage directly with Senior Management, Accounting, FP&A, Asset Management and Operations to address queries related to the disseminated information and handle ad hoc inquiries. Report out on data from a manager-level perspective. Collaborate closely with the Property Tax Department team, including the Senior Vice President (SVP) and Director, to formulate and supervise existing property tax budgets and strategic plans. Transform diverse property tax timelines into both fiscal and calendar year budgets. Take a proactive approach to monitor forecasts, actuals and discrepancies from the budget. Routinely deliver reports on variations and projections through the lens of a manager. Demonstrate an ability to proficiently articulate the analytics utilized. Engage directly with multiple property tax jurisdictions, ensuring the prompt and precise fulfillment of all property tax compliance tasks. This includes the compilation of income and expense (I&E) reports, rent rolls and personal property tax returns. Lead in the proactive planning with management regarding the expansion of areas of responsibility and the increased number of assets under management. Lead the efforts in empowering the Appeal Group by supplying meticulously adjusted income and expense (I&E) statements, rent rolls, stacking plans, comprehensive market research and other tools to ensure a robust and high-quality preparation process for appeals. Required Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree in Accounting/Finance. 8+ years' experience. Ability to work independently. Ability to assess and develop tracking and reporting models. Preferred Qualifications: Master's Degree in Business/Finance/Real Estate. CMI/CPA/CMA. Property tax accounting and reporting experience.
Financial planning and analysis experience. Send resume to daniel.ioffe@bpapartments.com. Date Posted: 6/11/2024 (IPT052)

Property Tax Senior Analyst (Plano, Texas) - The Property Tax Senior Analyst position will report into the Tax Director and is based out of our Plano, TX Headquarters. *This is a hybrid role that will require coming into the office at 3 days a week* Responsibilities: Prepare, conduct and negotiate property tax appeals on Tier I properties of assigned portfolio. Reviews tax returns/bills or other documents to ensure tax compliance of assigned portfolio. Management of property tax audits of assigned 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. 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 financial reporting team and outside auditors. Responsible for complex valuation projects to drive tax savings opportunities. 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 internal economic development group related to property tax projects. 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. Minimum Requirements: 5+ years experience in Property Tax a must (including experience filing property tax returns). Must have prior knowledge of valuation and appeals and application before assessing jurisdictions. Must have a Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field. Proficiency in Microsoft Excel a must (Pivot Table/Data Audit). 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. Ability to apply tax law to business planning. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Preferred Requirements: Experience with PTMS tax software. SAP/Oracle ERP systems highly prefered. IPT Property Tax CMI designation. Budgeting experience. Credits and incentives experience. Multi state/national property tax experience. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/29/2024 (IPT048)

Senior Indirect Tax Analyst (Jackson, Michigan) - At Consumers Energy, we offer more than just a place to work. We foster a culture that supports career development, growth, and stability, and we take pride in offering our co-workers excellent benefits and compensation packages. We are deliberately creating an inclusive culture that makes our diverse team of co-workers feel valued, supported, and empowered every day. We're a company made up of thousands of people, all with different stories to share and work to do, but we stand united in our company purpose: world class performance delivering hometown service. The Senior Indirect Tax Analyst will prepare or review property, sales and use, and various other indirect tax returns in timely and accurate manner. This role will respond to business unit requests, research complex tax issues, and support indirect tax planning opportunities. This position will manage indirect tax audits, software platforms and process improvements. The knowledge and skills involved with this position include but are not limited to: Proficient knowledge of indirect tax laws, deadlines and reporting requirements. Experience with Alteryx, Microsoft Excel or similar ETL tools to handle large volumes of indirect tax data. Proficient in SAP, Alteryx, OCR solutions and CCH AnswerConnect Tax Research Software. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. We encourage you to apply if you have: Bachelor’s Degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting related discipline with a minimum of four (4) years of experience with Indirect tax gained in public accounting and/or industry with strong understanding of property tax, sales and use tax, excise tax, and tax research including hands on experience with various indirect tax functions and success working in a team based environment [OR] Associate degree in Finance, Economics or Accounting related discipline with a minimum of four (4) years of experience with Indirect tax gained in public accounting and/or industry with strong understanding of property tax, sales and use tax, excise tax, and tax research including hands on experience with various indirect tax functions and success working in a team based environment [OR] High School Diploma with a minimum of twelve (12) years’ of experience with Indirect tax gained in public accounting and/or industry with strong understanding of property tax, sales and use tax, excise tax, and tax research including hands on experience with various indirect tax functions and success working in a team based environment. In this role, you will be responsible for: Lead all property tax functions, including preparation and filing of personal property returns, analyzing real and personal assessments, paying tax bills, calculating monthly accruals and annual budgets. Lead sales and use tax functions, including preparation and filing of returns, evaluating taxability of transactions, obtaining and issuing tax exemption certificates, reconciling and paying liabilities. Research complex indirect tax issues for various business units by providing guidance on current tax laws and proposed legislation. Actively participate in the selection, implementation, and operation of indirect tax systems and lead process improvements initiatives. Defend all sales and use tax, property tax, and other indirect tax audits. Resolve notices from tax authorities. Respond to indirect tax information request from leadership, business units and other internal departments. Use critical thinking and data analysis skills to investigate problems and recommend tax positions to maximize benefits for the company. Post journal entries, run general ledger reports, and perform reconciliations to comply with internal control responsibilities. Other non-essential duties as assigned or may be necessary. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/15/2024 (IPT041)

Property Tax Manager (Houston, Texas) - World leader in gases, technologies and services for Industry and Health, Air Liquide is present in 80 countries with approximately 66,000 employees and serves more than 3,6 million customers and patients. Oxygen, nitrogen and hydrogen have been at the core of the company’s activities since its creation in 1902. Air Liquide’s ambition is to be the leader in its industry, delivering long-term performance and acting responsibly. The Property Tax Manager is responsible for working with the Director of Property Tax, Property Tax Analyst and supporting businesses concerning real and personal property tax matters, compliance, controls, payments, internal and external tax audits, tax appeals/assessments, economic incentive benefits, and budgets. Manage the process for property tax compliance and other property tax matters (returns, assessments, appeals, payments, audits etc.), assists in pursuing economic incentive opportunities, and has acquired knowledge in tax and non-tax ERP systems such as PTMS and Oracle. Responsible for, property tax accrual accounting analysis and ensuring budgets for forgoing functions is complete and accurate.   Manage, train, advise and review staff work product for accuracy and completeness.  Set goals, manage performance and expectations. Ensure all business personal property and real property tax payments are made timely. Assists Director of Property Tax, Government Affairs and Business Development teams with economic incentives for ongoing and prospective investment associated with new facilities and/or expansion. Responsible for continuous process improvements associated with property tax. Work effectively and collaboratively with offshore Shared Services model for critical asset reporting data, accounting and accounts payable. Deliver results by communicating, engaging, and working with teammates through effective performance management, implementing continuous improvement methods while maintaining customer focus; and embodying company purpose and values to inspire others to perform at their best. Are you a MATCH? Property tax knowledge and prepare, manage, and file material value property tax filings for all Company assets within PTMS. Property valuation background and understanding for industrial, manufacturing, chemical, and process plants. Assist and manage for the successful outcomes on property tax audits. Ability to work independently, multi-task and prioritize under pressure and within timeline constraints. Ability to work with local property tax authorities. Assist the Director of Property Tax and lead Property Tax Analyst with compliance, payments, audit responses and preparation for mitigating the Company’s property tax obligations. Assist incentives and property tax appeals/assessments for the benefit of the Company. Manage and help drive process improvements and project management best practices to ensure a continuous streamline process for property tax filings. Able to establish strong internal relationships; demonstrate the ability to develop and maintain strong relationships and communication with state and local taxing jurisdictions. Demonstrate accounting, analytical skills and ability to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines. Knowledge and exposure to multijurisdictional property tax laws/regulations across the United States. Acquire system knowledge of PTMS and Oracle. Organized and forward-thinking mindset to ensure internal and external deadlines are met. Ability to travel up to 20%, on average, as required to perform duties. Effective problem solving, verbal and written communication skills are critical. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's Degree.  Knowledge acquired through 10-12 years of demonstrated experience in property tax. Preferred Qualifications:  Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration preferred.  Accredited appraiser certification (i.e., ASA), although preferred, is not necessary. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/14/2024 (IPT040)

Senior Indirect Tax Accountant (Dallas, Texas) - The position of Senior Indirect Tax Accountant will be based out of our Dallas, TX location! (Hybrid). The Senior Indirect Tax Accountant is responsible for assisting with indirect tax related activities to ensure compliance with state, and local indirect tax laws applicable to the Company and the jurisdictions in which it conducts its business. Primarily focuses on controversy, compliance, and tax accounting duties, but will also assist with tax research, and work on related Indirect Tax special projects. Responsible for the following taxes: Sales and Use Tax, Real and Personal Property Tax, Canadian VAT Tax, Gross Receipts and Jurisdictional Business Taxes. Assist with the timely preparation of sales and use tax returns, VAT, sales tax registrations, property tax assessments, business licenses, and gross receipt reports as required. Assist with indirect tax audits, gathering requested information, assisting with the defense of tax positions taken by the Company, and preparing responses to indirect taxing authorities. Assist with preparation of indirect tax financial statement accounts reconciliations, assisting with tax accounting as needed. Assist with the implementation of indirect tax special projects, including internal research and analysis on a variety of indirect tax issues. Work effectively with indirect tax outside service providers and indirect tax auditors. Team with internal groups within the Company such as accounting, IT, and legal departments. Assist with the development and implementation of indirect tax process and procedures. Research tax assessments and as appropriate, assist with challenges and protests of such assessments. Other duties as assigned. Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Bachelor's degree in Accounting. 3+ years of experience in corporate tax or a combination of experience in corporate tax and a top CPA firm with the indirect tax experience. Public Accounting, Big 4 preferred. Certified Member of the Institute (CMI) preferred. Knowledge in Indirect taxes. Knowledge of day-to-day compliance. Ability to work on multiple projects and meet deadlines by setting priorities with work projects. Appropriate interpersonal skills and ability to develop good rapport with employees, business stakeholders, and outsourced service providers.  Competent computer skills to perform essential functions listed above, including Microsoft Excel and tax related software. Interested candidates should email their resume to Amber.Zirges@rexelusa.com. Date Posted: 5/14/2024 (IPT039)

Real Estate Tax Director or Real Estate Tax Manager (Chicago, Illinois) - Are you looking for an engaging, rewarding position in the business world, actually working as part of a team and given the freedom to attack problems and develop creative solutions for your clients? NBPA is seeking a highly motivated individual for a consulting position in our Chicago office. NBPA is a national provider of State and Local Tax services (SALT), handling personal property, real estate and sales & use tax issues for large industrial and commercial clients. As an employee-owner with our ESOP, you are responsible for working independently and managing the property tax consulting needs of our clients. Responsibilities: Manage annual property tax cycle on behalf of clients. Develop valuation analysis using accepted methods. Preparation and timely filing of informal and formal appeals, abatements and exemptions. Attend jurisdictional hearings and settlement conferences. Client management and reporting of assessments, accruals and budgets, as well as reviewing appeal results. Skill Requirements: A minimum of 2 years multi-state property tax consulting experience. Technical skills with Excel, Access and Marshall & Swift. An independent self-starter with problem solving skills and positive attitude. Bachelor’s degree. Travel is required. Send resume to pcussen@nationalbureau.com. Date Posted: 5/7/2024 (IPT038)

Property Tax Accountant (Glendale, California) - With more than 2,600 locations nationwide, Public Storage is the leader in the self-storage industry, and given our number of tenants, we may very well be the world's largest landlord. We've experienced unprecedented growth over the past four decades, and it's in no small part due to the dedicated team that has helped us become an S&P 500 industry leader, the country's largest real estate investment trust (REIT), and the most recognizable name in self-storage. We are looking for a high potential and highly motivated individual to join our Tax Department as a Property Tax Accountant in Glendale, CA. Responsibilities: Collaborate with the team to accurately input new properties in property tax management software and maintain changes monthly. Prepare month-end journal entries and accruals and reconcile various allocation, liability and expense accounts. Analyze monthly balances of property tax accounts to ensure accuracy. Assist with monthly and quarterly variance analyses for management reporting. Verify tax amounts on pre-close escrow statements and monitor properties to request payment or issue funds if re-proration is necessary. Communicate with other departments and tax jurisdictions to find solutions to problems. Support and cross train with others in the department. Review processes for efficiency and improvement and assist in implementation and documentation. Assist with ad-hoc reporting and special projects as needed. Qualifications: A Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance. 3+ years related experience and/or training.  Ability to work collaboratively with different levels of staff and management . Understanding of financial statements and knowledge of Real Estate terminology.  Excellent organizational skills and advanced proficiency with Microsoft Excel. Ability to analyze data and apply judgement, strong attention to detail and focus on meeting deadlines. Experience with OneSource is a plus. To apply click here. Date Posted: 5/1/2024 (IPT037)

Manager Property Tax (Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois) - Revantage is a Blackstone Company that provides a highly skilled employee base, best-in-class processes, and state-of-the-art technology to multiple Blackstone real estate portfolio companies. Sectors include Hospitality, Industrial, Multi-Family, Office, Retail, Senior Housing, and Manufactured Homes. Revantage, headquartered in Chicago, is one of three global offices that includes Revantage Asia and Revantage Europe. The Manager, Property Tax will assist senior management with oversight of daily tax department operations including but not limited to appeals, A/P, compliance, budget and forecasting, underwriting, project management, and other property-tax-related functions. Assures conformity with procedures and data integrity. Assists with the production of reporting. Able to assume ownership of one or more property tax operations or projects. Trains and directs staff as necessary. Produces reports and provides analytical support in a time-constrained/penalty-oriented environment. This position is based out of Revantage’s office in Dallas, Texas. Responsibilities: Analysis and Procedures - Conduct analysis of real and personal property tax valuations on a timely basis. Manage selected client accounts on property tax matters, including tax analysis, monitoring tax appeals, response to client requests, and consultant management. Responsible for review and reporting of 3rd-Party service expenses and annual contracts. Assist with the creation and monthly review of property tax budgets and cash forecasting. Assist both Blackstone and client(s) investment team with buy/sell analysis and expense modeling. In primary or secondary capacity, supervise abatement, personal property, and income and expense compliance administration, including providing materials to 3rd Party service providers or Operators/Tenants as required. Verify all mandatory forms are filed accurately and timely by internal staff or 3rd Party service providers. Assist with compliance audits if needed. Maintain and create client and department reports. Monitor refunds and payables. Provide acquisition support and issue resolution including, but not limited to, review of transaction documents and other research as required. Obtain documentation as evidence to update systems, communicate status updates to the department, 3rd Party service providers, and clients.  Timely update tax databases and applicable templates. Ensure proper acquisition and disposition procedures are followed. Research tenant property tax escalation issues, as required. Project/Process Leadership - Lead the team in change management and administrative projects, including,but not limited to: software implementations, shared file directory organization, and portfolio management on software and database systems. Provide oversight in the distribution of year-end financial statements, rent rolls, and other data used for taxable value analysis. Reformat financial reports as required for jurisdiction compliance. Assist with portfolio management. Ensure all clients’ portfolios are correctly reflected in all department systems. Provide ongoing monitoring of the data for accuracy and timeliness. Produce reports/analysis of property taxes for a client or Senior Management inquiries. Accounts Payable Management - Supervise the integration of accounts payable function of acquisition properties, new 3rd party clients and/or existing client portfolio changes. Supervise offboarding for disposition properties. Ensure that Real and Personal Property tax bills being processed by the department are accounted for and are processed timely. Review all accounts payable, following client guidelines. Responsible for including any analysis of variances for management review and addressing any special handling or payment application requirements. Develop and ensures uniformity in department accounts payable processing procedures that support reporting requirements. Supervise and manage documentation for distribution to Treasury, Accounting, auditors, and Lease Administrators. Review A/P and Appeal workflows for accurate reports and timely correspondence. Ensure that documents are filed timely and accurately. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college. Business concentration preferred. Minimum of 7 years experience including understanding of basic accounting and financial principles. CMI (or equivalent) designation preferred. Basic knowledge of real estate operations, transactions, and familiarity with closing documents. Strong organizational skills. Able to manage and prioritize multiple tasks and projects. Comfortable in a team environment as both leader and participant. Detail-oriented with strong verbal and written communication skills. Advanced computer systems knowledge in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Internet applications, and databases. Travel may be required. Preferred Qualifications: Supervisory experience. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/26/2024 (IPT036)

Senior Consultant Property Tax (Dallas, Texas; Chicago, Illinois) - Revantage is a Blackstone Company that provides a highly skilled employee base, best-in-class processes, and state-of-the-art technology to multiple Blackstone real estate portfolio companies. Sectors include Hospitality, Industrial, Multi-Family, Office, Retail, Senior Housing, and Manufactured Homes. Revantage, headquartered in Chicago, is one of three global offices that includes Revantage Asia and Revantage Europe. The Senior Consultant, Property Tax role independently provides analytical support to the department, identifies trends and exposures, communicates analysis results and action plans to senior staff. Responsibilities: Financial Reporting, Tax Analysis, and Research and Procedures - Perform analytical projects for the Property Tax Department including value, expense, budgeting, and other tax function reviews. Assist with appeal administration; challenge 3rd-Party service provider recommendations as appropriate, throughout the appeal process. Assist senior staff with buy/sell analysis and expense estimates. Assist in abatement, personal property, income and expense, and other compliance administration activities as required. Verify all mandatory forms are filed accurately and timely by 3rd-Party service providers. Assist with maintenance and creation of department performance reports. Assist in assessment and financial information data maintenance; works with senior staff to ensure records are accurate and complete. Request and track all financial statements, rent rolls, etc. Review and coordinate financial reporting and data integration into Property Tax systems. Perform research projects on the following but not limited to title policy review, jurisdiction tax policies, property re-parceling, escalation and tenant audit requests. Provide materials to 3rd-Party service providers as needed. Annual Budget Process -  Assist with the creation and review of property tax budgets and re-forecasts. Assist with estimating annual 3rd-Party service provider expenses for property budgets. Assist with production and distribution of the final Budget Reporting package(s). Department Administrative Functions - Assist in creating and updating records, etc. to reflect changes to portfolio (acquisitions and dispositions). Provide analysis and confirm record accuracy utilizing due diligence reports, closing materials, and other resources. Ensure proper acquisition and disposition procedures are followed. Assist with review of tax bills and invoice processing and ensure that all tax bills are accounted for, accurate, and processed timely. Assist with resolution of payment application issues with local collectors. Assist with refund and consultant invoice management. Distribute year-end and ad-hoc reports to consultants as needed. Assist in the maintenance of all computer and file systems including, but not limited to, the input of new client property and assessment records. Required Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, economics or finance
Minimum of 5 years experience in property tax. Extensive knowledge in Excel. Strong oral and written communication skills. Be able to work independently and in a group environment. Able to multi-task, prioritize demands, and have strong organizational skills. Limited travel may be required. Preferred Qualifications: Familiarity with real estate operations, legal documents, and due diligence process associated with the acquisition and sale of commercial properties. Completion of Intermediate Property Taxation course(s) or IPT-CMI candidates preferred. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/26/2024 (IPT035)

Senior Consultant, Property Tax Commercial (Minneapolis, Minnesota) - Ryan LLC. Practice: Property Tax Commercial.  Duties and Responsibilities: 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, 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 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. Computer Skills: To perform this job successfully, an individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/24/2024 (IPT034)

Administrative Tax Analyst (Boston, Massachusetts) - Ryan LLC. Practice: Property Tax Commercial. Duties and Responsibilities: Interacts with taxing jurisdictions to verify assessment, tax bill, and deadline information. Monitors compliance and filing requirements in conjunction with staff and management. Receives, identifies, and sorts all incoming mail on a daily basis. Batches tax documents for scanning into scan manager for transmitting information to India resources for processing, where applicable. Processes tax bills and assessments timely, including allowing enough time for processing by client. Coordinates outgoing mail processes, including preparation of certified and return receipts, and proper postage metering; logs proof of mailers; and delivers mail to post office or courier service. Scans and archives proof of mailers in Property Tax system of record. Assembles tax return packages if necessary. Assists in preparation for board hearings by copying, collating, and binding documentation for presentations to the review board. Assists with researching asset ownership structures, title policy reviews, jurisdictional tax policies, property re-parceling, and tenant escalation billing issues, as requested and directed. Builds knowledge of property tax jurisdictions throughout the country, including tax bill deadlines, appeal deadlines, and tracking statutory deadlines.  Coordinates processes with jurisdictional data requests to meet statutory deadline requirements for assessment notices, compliance returns, tax bills, and agency authorizations. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: A high school or General Educational Development (GED) diploma is required.  General knowledge and ability to understand a tax calendar desired. 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 apply click here. Date Posted: 4/24/2024 (IPT033)

Senior Analyst (Scottsdale, Arizona) - Ryan LLC. Practice: Property Tax Compliance. Education and Experience: High-school or General Educational Development (GED) diploma required. Must have a minimum of three years of property tax experience or other tax-related experience.  General knowledge and ability to understand a tax calendar is desired. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/24/2024 (IPT032)

Consultant (Nashville, Tennessee) - Ryan LLC. Practice: Property Tax Compliance. Duties and Responsibilities: Provide exceptional client service to multi-state companies by working with a team to identify tax savings opportunities. Assist multi-state companies with state and local tax controversies, which includes preparing clients for discussions with auditors, representing the client at hearings and at appeal meetings, and preparing protests. Research and draft technical memoranda regarding state and local tax questions. Responds to client inquiries and requests from tax authorities. Travels to client locations to gather and copy tax returns, invoices, purchase orders, and other documentation to use in the audit refund process. Reviews documentation and researches issues. Works with raw data to complete calculations. Performs other duties as assigned. Education and Experience: Bachelor’s degree or Master’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Engineering, Economics, Real Estate, Business Management, Public Administration, MIS/Entrepreneurship and/or International Business. Candidates must have 1-2 years of experience in a related field. To perform this job successfully, an individual must have intermediate knowledge of Microsoft® Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Internet navigation and research. To apply click here. Date Posted: 4/24/2024 (IPT031)

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

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

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

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

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