Senior Tax Accountant

Allen, Gibbs & Houlik, L.C.
22 Aug 2019
25 Aug 2019
Job role
Contract type
Full time
As a Senior Tax Associate, you will work collaboratively with the members of an expanding team. You will prepare and review business and individual returns, assist with strategic planning, and prepare tax provisions for closely–held, privately owned clients. Exposure includes corporate and consolidated taxation, S–Corporation taxation, partnership taxation, international taxation and state & local taxation. Your daily duties and responsibilities in this role will generally include: ?? Planning and performing corporate, S–corporation, partnership, individual and state and local tax compliance engagements ?? Preparing and reviewing quarterly and annual income tax provisions as well as identifying and documenting uncertain tax positions ?? Assisting with management of federal and state audits ?? Performing technical research, analysis, and written memorandum ?? Assuming project management responsibilities as needed ?? Offering ongoing status updates to management ?? Working with a team of staff level positions and ensuring proper execution of assignments ?? Participating in mentoring, training, recruiting, retention, and team–building activities ?? Understanding relationships between client's general ledger accounts ?? Prioritizing assignments and engagements ?? Identifies and making recommendations to improve processes and/or reduce costs Job Requirements As a Senior Tax Associate, you must be a highly organized and detail–oriented leader with a solid ability to prioritize multiple tasks while consistently meeting deadlines, productivity goals and budgets. You must also have sound judgment and strong reasoning skills as well superior analytic and problem–solving abilities. It is also important that you display excellent verbal and written communication, interpersonal, and presentation skills. To be considered you must have achieved the following: ?? Degree in accounting ?? CPA or CPA eligible ?? 2–4 years' experience in tax returns