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The Director, International Tax is a grade 10.
- Primary focus on international tax
- Working knowledge of multiple International tax areas
- Proven international experience working with overseas operations
- Proven success with managing tax on a global scale
- Staff mentoring and supervision
- SOX control implementation, testing, and narrative writing
- Process implementation for global income tax accounting
- Interaction with Big 4 financial statement auditors
- Working with outside service providers on projects including but not limited to:
- Income tax compliance
- Sales tax compliance
- Maintenance of a compliance calendar
- Tax audit supervision, both direct and indirect taxes
- M&A and purchase accounting (income and indirect taxes)
- Tax account reconciliation
- Working with Finance team members on intercompany settlements
- Bachelor’s Degree (B.S.) in Accounting. Master’s Degree in Business Taxation preferred.
- JD and/or CPA preferred.
- Experience with Software and/or SAAS in a high growth environment.
- Technical understanding of ASC 740, ASC 718, and ASC 805 for global operations
- Spreadsheet modeling for ASC 740, tax return workpapers, and project planning
- Tax and tax provision issues relating to stock based compensation, including contra-DTAs produced by Sec. 162M
- Some working knowledge of VAT/GST, transfer pricing, and US international taxes including FDII, GILTI, BEAT, FTCs and Subpart F
- Project management
- Audit supervision
- Memo writing
- Taking initiative and also working as a team player
- Experience with NetSuite, SalesForce, Zuora, Coupa, GSuite and Avalara are plusses.
- Ability to use GitLab
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