Senior Manager, International Tax 8/26/2016

Confidential Company New York, NY

Company
Confidential Company
Job Classification
Full Time
Company Ref #
29280265
AJE Ref #
575989356
Location
New York, NY
Job Type
Regular

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Senior Manager, International Tax
New York, New York

Our client is currently seeking a Senior Manager to join their International Tax practice in their New York City office.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Serve as an international tax advisor to clients in a range of industries on international tax services and offerings

Assist with business development for the expansion of services at new and existing clients; work collaboratively with other practice groups within tax, the firm, and non-U.S. member firms to bring the right services and expertise to address and resolve client issues

Manage, direct, monitor, and deliver multiple client engagements teams while maintaining active communication with clients in an effort to manage expectations and help ensure client satisfaction

Research, write and review client tax advice relating to domestic and international tax matters

Manage and direct international aspects of outsourced or co-sourced compliance and otherquantitative oriented international tax engagements

Monitor and convey to clients information regarding U.S. technical developments as well as their application to Federal and International tax issues

QUALIFICATIONS:

8-10+ years of broad experience in international corporate taxation, or eight years of broad experience in M&A or federal tax and a desire to move into international corporate taxation

Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university; licensed CPA or JD / LLM or Foreign equivalent, combined with Enrolled Agent

Candidates with international corporate taxexperience should have previous experience with several of the following common international tax planning areas: Outbound Transactional Structuring, Subpart F and 954(h), Inbound Transactional Structuring, Check the Box Principles, U.S. Tax Treaty Research and Interpretation, Repatriation Strategies, Intellectual and Intangible Property Planning, Structured Finance, Base Shifting, FSC/EIE, Foreign Tax Credit Planning, Transfer Pricing, and International Mergers and Acquisitions.

Candidates with otherexperience seeking to move into international corporate taxation should have in-depth experience in planning areas relevant to their existing discipline

Strong planning, research, and communication skills, as well as general knowledge of corporate tax compliance; demonstrated ability to develop business

Solid understanding of FAS 109 and U.S. federal taxation.