This Corporate headquarters position is responsible for numerous aspects of U.S. federal income tax provision, compliance and audit process.
TRANSFER PRICING, COMPLIANCE AND PROVISION - DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (70% OF POSITION):
1. Manage the U.S. and foreign transfer pricing documentation process, which includes gathering the relevant information from the various businesses, coordinating with external advisors and reviewing and finalizing the documentation;
2. Manage the U.S. international tax compliance process, which includes gathering and analyzing the relevant information from the various businesses, calculating GILTI, FDII, foreign tax credits, interest expense allocations and stewardship expense allocations, Subpart F amounts and Earning and Profits for foreign entities and preparing the Forms 5471, 8865, 8858,1118, 8991, 8992, 8993, and Country-by-Country Reporting;
3. Manage the foreign income tax return process, which includes gathering the relevant information from the various businesses, coordinating with external advisors and reviewing the draft tax returns;
4. Manage the preparation and review of the international aspects of the quarterly and annual ASC 740 tax provisions;
5. Perform year end APB 23 analysis;
6. Lead the management of international issues raised in U.S. tax audits;
7. Provide support and counsel to foreign subsidiaries in connection with foreign tax audits;
8. Train, mentor, coach and manage the performance of tax analyst coworkers and foster a culture of accountability.
PLANNING - DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (30% of Position):
1. Assist in tax planning for cross border planning transactions, including the analysis of the US and foreign tax consequences, the management of external advisors and internal functions, and the implementation of the transaction;
2. Analyze the tax impact of various cash repatriation strategies;
3. Assist in analyzing foreign acquisitions, divestitures, joint ventures and reorganizations;
4. Prepare various U.S. tax forms related to transactions including Forms 8023, 8883 and 8594 and various tax disclosures related to transactions including gain recognition agreements, dual consolidated loss elections, other reorganization disclosures and Forms 926;
5. Monitor changes in U.S. international tax laws, foreign tax legislation and treaties worldwide and assist in analyzing the impact to the company.