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Position Title :Senior Tax Analyst - International Tax
Hiring Company :CATERPILLAR INC.
Resume Recipient :Hiring Company
Job Category :Tax
Industry:Energy, Resources and Industrials
Location:United States
Job I.D:17063
Nearest Metropolitan Area(s) : Nashville
Primary Location City,
State
: Nashville,TN
Description : JOB SUMMARY: Support the U.S. international tax, transfer pricing and local international tax issues relating to Caterpillar Financial Services Corporation (CFSC) and its Subsidiaries, including U.S. federal international tax and U.S. GAAP Accounting for Income Taxes compliance (ASC 740). Support the minimization of the enterprise’s legal tax liability through assistance in preparing tax returns, work papers, documentation that supports tax audits and performing research.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Prepares accurate and timely tax reporting and filings for CFSC and its subsidiaries’ U.S. international tax returns, including maintaining proper documentation to sustain tax calculations and support tax audits and collaborating with various functional areas within CFSC Tax, Cat Inc. Global Tax & Trade, Accounting, Treasury and business units.
2. Collects, reviews and analyzes financial information used to prepare tax related reports and income tax returns. Enhances and improves current data gathering techniques.
3. Provides U.S. and local country transfer pricing support for the preparation of required transfer pricing documentation.
4. Assists in preparing responses to complex U.S. tax audit queries and support local business units with local tax audits.
5. Performs tax law and case-history research to identify law changes, support technical positions and minimize Caterpillar’s tax risks. Monitors legislative changes for select countries, identifies impact on the enterprise and communicates to management.
6. Prepares accurate and timely analysis and reporting for U.S. GAAP Accounting for Income Tax compliance (ASC 740) related to, including FIN 48, deferred tax reconciliations, and federal and state tax provision estimates.
7. Works directly with CFSC internal and external contacts, including Cat Inc. Global Tax & Trade, other CFSC Tax groups, Treasury, Accounting and business units to ensure that the appropriate information is gathered, used and understood, including the U.S. and local country tax impact from proposed operations.
8. Conveys data proficiently to management so they can provide advice to business and services units.
9. Identifies and defines process improvement opportunities in technical tax areas, including compliance to facilitate streamlining and automation for efficiency.
10. Provides transactional support to the business units by understanding and communicating the U.S. and local tax impact on proposed operations. Develops training programs to assist the business units to understand the tax rules and risks.
11. Performs data input, analysis and processes information into corporate systems.
12. Conducts tax or trade research.
13. Utilizes various computerized systems within Tax to improve compliance efficiencies.
14. Implements process improvements within Tax.
15. Participates and supports team meetings and 6 Sigma Projects.
16. Provides support for Canadian tax issues relating to CFSC’s Canadian Subsidiaries, including preparation of the Canadian federal and provincial income tax returns, estimated tax payments and thin cap analysis.
17. Participates in accomplishment of continuous improvement objectives for the department. Progress toward accomplishment of these is measured through maintenance of necessary measurements and analysis of associated data. Participates in the identification of problem areas and development of resolutions to address them.
18. Understands the Harassment policy of the company and is responsible for its application in all aspects of employment.
Requirements : JOB REQUIREMENTS:
SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND KNOWLEDGE:
1. Demonstrated knowledge of and ability to apply math computation skills including basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
2. Basic understanding of the U.S. international tax implications of subpart F, the foreign tax credit calculation, the earnings and profit calculation, U.S., OECD and local country transfer pricing guidelines.
3. Demonstrated ability to use software packages associated with accounting, i.e. tax systems, spreadsheets, graphics, and word processing.
4. Demonstrated ability to use tax and accounting systems to prepare multiple monthly state tax returns, meeting all deadlines, keeping penalties and interest to a minimum, fully analyzing accounts; or the ability to use tax research skills to put together international tax research proposals, tax letters and provide these to the businesses with minimal assistance and guidance.
5. Demonstrated ability to understand and apply tax research skills to state and local, and/or Federal and international tax planning situations; providing proposals for solutions to more complex tax questions.
6. Demonstrated ability to handle tax audits and/or prepare data and proposed research solutions to more complex tax audit questions. Demonstrated ability to put together an audit plan; use audit preparation techniques; do advanced tax research; put together audit materials and data; understand tax audit issues; and help with final research to resolve issues.
7. Demonstrated ability to perform reviews of tax letters and analyses prepared by other staff members with minimal assistance.
8. Demonstrated ability to direct other staff members in how to complete projects with minimal assistance.
9. Demonstrated ability to handle complex tax analysis and account analysis with the ability to communicate the analysis results to staff or outside auditors.
10. Working knowledge of the company’s organization and accounting practices.
11. Advanced personal computer skills.
12. Effective written and verbal communication skills.
13. Strong initiative and teamwork skills.

EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE: A 4-year college or university degree in Accounting and 4 to 7 years of exempt experience in federal, state or international tax fields is recommended. A Master’s Degree in Taxation and a CPA are preferred. Equivalent experience may be substituted for education.

DISCLAIMER: The preceding job description has been designed to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this job. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as an exhaustive summary of all responsibilities, duties and effort required of employees assigned to this job. At the discretion of management, this description may be changed at anytime to address the evolving needs of the organization.
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