This role is a unique opportunity to create strong tax processes, implement foundational systems, and scale our operations to support a high-growth operation.You will be responsible for tax compliance, account reconciliations, system implementations, policy roll-outs, audit, ad-hoc projects and reporting activities. The ideal candidate is a dynamic, self-starter, focused on continuous improvement, and demonstrates intense passion for all that they do.  The ideal candidate is a CPA with extensive experience in SaaS based startups, proficient with data and systems, and a strategic thinker who can drive results.

What You’ll Do:

  • Serve as the internal and external point of contact for all tax related inquiries / analyses
  • Prepare month-end tax accruals and reconciliations across all tax accounts
  • Proficiency in handling all types of tax work including: planning, registering, preparing, filing, paying etc. international, federal, state, and local income, sales, property, payroll and other tax returns, estimated payments, extensions, supporting work papers, technical research, etc.
  • Manage nexus studies and determination of nexus in relevant US and global jurisdictions
  • Research newly enacted and proposed legislations and impact on the Company’s financial position
  • Lead company tax planning and optimization efforts for existing and future business activities
  • Assist with transfer pricing and other intercompany related research, bookings, etc.
  • Assist in relevant system implementations and new policy roll-outs
  • Assist in annual audits
  • Assist in various ad-hoc projects as needed
  • Assist with internal control testing and monitoring
  • Assist with lending and other compliance reporting and monitoring

What We’re Looking For:

  • BA/BS in Accounting or Finance
  • CPA required
  • 4-6 years of tax experience, Big 4 experience highly preferred
  • Proficiency in tax research
  • Knowledge of IFRS and GAAP accounting principles and procedures
  • Experience with Netsuite preferred
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Detail-oriented, organized and delivers results efficiently
  • Strong leadership skills to manage projects and initiatives across the organization

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