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Senior International Tax Analyst

Primary Responsibilities Prepare international income tax compliance (75% of the time right now) from a US perspective ie, 5471's, 1118, TDF 90-22.
1 etc Prepare or assist in review of international indirect tax compliance as required Prepare International and US Federal income tax calculation of current and deferred taxes for the international locations in accordance with ASC 740 Accounting for Income Taxes Assist in preparation of FIN 48 analysis of foreign operations Prepare FX tables for ease of foreign currency transactions Prepare and maintain tax basis E&P pools of foreign affiliates Gather information for international aspect of US Federal income tax audits and controversies Monitor legislative changes, research international tax issues and potential transactions and provide oral/written advice to the business on International tax matters Participate in acquisition and disposition projects to determine potential Federal and International tax liabilities, exposures and structures for contemplated transactions Assist, Learn, Prepare/Review statutory compliance and provision calculations for foreign jurisdictions Assist in cost allocation activities Assist in software implementations for international compliance, provision, and FIN 48Requirements Minimum 5 years experience with US and International Corporate Tax Compliance Experience with ASC 740 Accounting for Income Taxes (Provision) Must have SEC Public company experience Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Tax Compliance software experience with One Source or Corp Tax preferred Experience in the Engineering Industry preferred International experience with South Africa, Latin America, and Mexico Foreign language skills a plus-French or Spanish preferred Advanced Microsoft Office Suite Skills Strong mathematical and analysis skills Strong written and verbal communication skills Ability to interact with all levels of managementTAP

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