CrossBorder Solutions has offices in New York City, Tarrytown NY, St. Petersburg FL, London, and Argentina. 

Role Overview:
 
As an Associate - R&D within the Professional Services team, utilizing a bespoke technology platform specifically designed to meet global transfer pricing documentation needs, you will work on various aspects of intercompany pricing arrangements between related parties, including, but not limited to, transfers of tangible goods, provision of services, financing arrangements and transfers of intellectual property.  In addition to preparing economic and industry analyses, you will contribute to the Marketing, Sales and Customer Service aspects of our business by understanding and being involved in the lifecycle of a project, from client acquisition to completion. 
 
Responsibilities:

This is a unique opportunity for a tech savvy individual that has a positive, can-do attitude and demonstrates the ability to understand economic theory and concepts.  The ideal candidate may have some R&D Tax Credit specific knowledge or experience, but we are willing to train the right person that has the ability to learn quickly in a dynamic and flexible environment.

What You Will Need to Succeed:

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Economics, Finance or other related/quantitative fields
  • Ability to prioritize and drive progress on multiple projects
  • Self-motivated and able to work in a deadline-driven environment
  • Strong analytical and project management skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal
  • Strong interpersonal skills, able to work collaboratively in a team environment as well as independently to achieve results
  • Ability to supervise and delegate tasks to outsourcing professionals
  • Proficient in Microsoft Excel and Word

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What We Offer:

Great team culture, career development, great compensation package and benefits, and an unparalleled experience as part of one of the most advanced teams in the world. With a company culture that provides ample opportunities to be recognized, build valuable skills, and grow your career.

About Us:

CrossBorder Solutions, a pre-IPO SaaS company, is the global leader in technology driven tax solutions. Founded in 2016, we stand at the intersection of human and machine intelligence. We have offices in New York, Florida, London and remote employees across the United States and Argentina.  Through our AI and cloud-based technologies, we deliver superior solutions to our corporate tax customers. As a result, Savant Venture Fund and Insight Partners have invested over $100 million in funding to support our growth.

We are committed to promoting the values of diversity and inclusion throughout the business. Whether it is through recruitment, retention, career progression or training and development, we are committed to improving opportunities for our people regardless of their background or circumstances.

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