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Tax Director Canada in Canada

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Samuel, Son & Co. is growing! If you're looking for a rewarding career opportunity with a family run, industry leading organization, bring your experience and motivated attitude to Samuel, Son & Co.
Due to our continued success, we are seeking a Tax Director to join our team in Mississauga, ON. If you think you have what it takes to become part of our team, contact us today.
Here are some of what we have to offer:
  • Competitive compensation
  • Paid vacation and an annual bonus
  • Health, dental and vision insurance
  • Pension plan with company match
  • Opportunity for career growth and stability
Financial Reporting of Income Taxes
  • Responsible for the review of the monthly Canadian and consolidated income tax provisions, note disclosure and uncertain tax positions
  • Ensure compliance with IAS 12 accounting standards
  • Manage different stakeholders and internal and external resources to meet project due dates
  • Identify, develop, recommend and implement internal controls designed to strengthen the overall control environment and accelerate the timely and accurate financial reporting of income taxes
  • Responsible for the review of all Canadian income tax returns
  • Review documentation to support annual transfer price studies and individual transfer price studies
  • Manage different stakeholders and internal and external resources to meet project due dates
  • Monitor compliance filings in foreign jurisdictions
  • Identify, recommend and implement standard operating procedures to centralize and support the efficient, timely and accurate preparation of all filings
  • Review indirect tax advice provided to sites and oversee the indirect tax reporting processes including educating the sites, where appropriate
  • Effectively manage all tax audits, and respond to all tax notices and related correspondence
Tax planning/Special projects
  • Identify, research, recommend and implement the approved opportunities to lower the effective tax rate, minimize cash taxes and increase cash repatriations to Canada
  • Lead approved tax planning opportunities including ongoing Canadian and foreign reorganizations
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting or Finance
  • Professional Designation, Certified Public Accountant (“CPA”)
  • Master’s Degree in Taxation or other similar advance degree, such as CPA In-Depth Tax Course
  • At least 10 to 12 years combined experience with
    • Audit function of a public accounting firm
    • Tax function of a public accounting firm
    • Corporate tax function of a multinational public company
  • Strong tax technical skills and thorough understanding of domestic income tax legislation
  • Solid understanding of Scientific Research & Experimental Development and other business incentives
  • Working knowledge of international tax, including Transfer Pricing, Treaty Based Financing Structures, structuring of out-bound investments, primarily but not limited to Mexico and the U.S., and the tax efficient repatriation of earnings
  • Proven ability to identify tax issues, research tax issues, communicate findings, recommend and implement solutions
  • Strong technical skills and a thorough understanding of International Financial Reporting Standards, the financial statement audit function and the financial reporting of income taxes
  • Solid understanding and experience with internal controls
  • Solid understanding and hands on experience with tax return preparation software (Taxprep)
  • Experience with non-income tax matters (i.e., sales and use and personal property tax)
  • Manage internal and external resources to meet project due dates
  • Proven ability to collaborate with different stakeholders (i.e., Accounting, Legal, Operations, Legal) and build consensus within a large decentralized organization
  • Proficiency with Taxprep software
  • Proficiency with Microsoft suite of products
  • Ability to analyze general ledger entries efficiently
  • Knowledge of HFM and its capabilities
  • Must be a detail oriented, self-starter with the ability to multitask, prioritize responsibilities and complete work timely and accurately.
  • Strong problem solving, organizational and time management skills
  • Ability to gain the cooperation, collaborate and build consensus with direct and non-direct reports
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to review processes and identify improvements with the goal to develop best practices.

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