Why would I want this job?
The Senior International Tax Accountant will be part of the global tax team, supporting US international tax matters for tax compliance and reporting purposes including, but not limited to FDII, GILTI, Subpart F, FTC, 163j, withholding taxes, BEAT, PTEP calculations for 5471 reporting, as it relates to current application of the standards as well as measuring the impact of proposed tax legislation and its future tax implications on the business
What would I be doing?
- Responsible for the data gathering and preparation of GILTI, FDII, Subpart F, FTC, BEAT, and related calculations for budgeting and reporting purposes.
- Prepare the US international calculations for tax compliance including, but is not limited to FDII, GILTI, 163j, and BEAT.
- Partner with third party providers on the preparation and review of related US tax forms 8990, 8991, 8992, 8993, 8865, 5471s, and 5472s.
- Partner closely with Treasury and local Finance teams and prepare Form W-8 as needed.
- Performing tax research and to prepare technical memorandums on US international tax matters and well as global standards.
What would make me qualified?
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance or Accounting
- Must have previous work expereince with FDII and GILTI
- 2+ years of Corporate Federal and International Tax experience at Big 4 or a large MNC
- Solid understanding of corporate and international taxation, including aspects of U.S. tax reform and various legislative proposals (e.g. Pillar I and Pillar II)
- Ability to coordinate and work with cross-function teams
- Excellent interpersonal skills both written and oral
- Proficiency with Excel while experience with Hyperion, Oracle, Alteryx, and OneSource is a plus.
- Solid understanding of tax accounting principles of IAS 12 and IFRIC 23
- Understanding of transfer pricing principles
- Understanding of state & local tax principles