20373 | International Tax Consultant
A growing, dynamic organization is seeking a strong international tax associate to join its corporate tax team. This International Tax associate will support clients’ cross-border transactions and assess their international tax strategies. Analyze financial information and prepare financial reports to determine tax liability for an organization. Advise clients on long-range tax plans. Advise management about tax strategies and issues. In this position, you will serve as a key member of the finance team and will have countless opportunities to increase your responsibilities and take on new challenges in a supportive an encouraging environment.
Inform multinational enterprises on business decisions, such as where to locate and operate, choice of entity, how to optimize supply chains, and how to access and mobilize capital to fund global operations, taking into account a multinational's tax risk profile, global effective tax rate, and cash posture.
In advising clients, professionals will prepare and review complex tax models illustrating multinational entities' attributes, effective tax rate, and cash tax expense
Advise multinational enterprises on tax planning decisions, including helping our clients anticipate and understand the potential short- and long-term considerations and consequences of tax planning decisions at a global level, in the context of their wider business objectives and taking into account a multinational's tax risk profile, global effective tax rate, and cash posture
In collaboration with our colleagues in Mergers & Acquisition Tax, structure the tax aspects of multinational private equity and strategic mergers, acquisitions, joint ventures, dispositions, and IPOs, along with drafting tax opinions, memos, structure decks, and Excel models (illustrating the tax benefits of alternative structures)
Assist multinational enterprises with preparing the tax provision for its financial statements and preparing and/or reviewing compliance work product
Tax Audits and Controversies – Evaluate requests for information from government officials and participate in developing strategies to successfully defend tax filing positions. Support the coordination and implementation of audit strategies.
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Law or Relevant degree.
Minimum of 10 years directly related and progressively responsible tax experience.
CPA, CMA, LLM, EA, or relevant credential.
Broad technical knowledge of US international tax law and regulations.
Extensive knowledge of US GAAP.
Excellent business acumen with a sound understanding of the tax implications of a multi-national manufacturing company.
Strong analytical and problem solving skills.
Strong knowledge and capability to use advance technology in a day to day problem solve and to achieve strategic objectives
Demonstrated ability to develop innovative and creative solutions to complex issues.