The Global Tax Planning team is responsible for identifying, developing, implementing, and managing tax strategies to help minimize Company's overall tax cost and enhance the value to internal customers and external stakeholders. The Global Tax Planning team also optimizes tax consequences of business transactions and monitors proposed legislation for impact to Company and for tax planning opportunities.
This role will have direct responsibilities for all aspects of tax planning, with initial primary focus on a few selected markets in the Asia Pacific region and with growth potential to significantly expand to cover additional markets. This person will need to have a deep understanding of tax law for the local markets as well as the interrelationship to U.S. and other jurisdictions’ tax law. Specific tax responsibilities will include all aspects of tax planning and managing tax audits for the responsible markets. This person will need to develop close relationship with the business teams in the relevant markets and will be an integral link between local markets and the rest of Global Tax. The person in this position will need to manage outside counsel and accounting advisors effectively, as well as performing independent research and planning covering U.S. and local market tax issues and tax issues in other jurisdictions. This individual will coordinate and interface extensively with tax professionals across different functions within Global Tax, such as compliance, global audit and global M&A, on all issues related to the region, as well as functions outside Global Tax, including Treasury, Controller, Finance, Legal, Supply Chains, etc.
Tax Planning Responsibilities
Under the direction of the VP International Tax and Senior Director Tax Planning APAC, assist in the analysis of business activities, M&A transactions, financing and commercial transactions, including identification and evaluation of alternatives and providing recommendation of solutions to senior management
Tax Compliance & Reporting Support
Analyze and assess Company’s uncertain tax filing positions under FIN 48 to determine recognition and measurement
Education And Knowledge
Minimum of 10 years of professional tax experience with a major corporation, an accounting firm, and/or a law firm
Company is an equal opportunity employer and complies with all applicable equal employment opportunity legislation in each jurisdiction in which it operates.
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