Senior Tax & Technology Manager
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Department Overview and Responsibilities:
- Key member of the New York Times tax team, primarily supporting the tax accounting and tax compliance technology processes for global operations
- Assist in financial reporting function including domestic and international income tax, FIN48, cash tax analysis and balance sheet
- Prepare US tax compliance including determining book/tax differences, leveraging data to maximize data flow and perform required tax research
- Implement technology and manage data to mitigate risk and shift emphasis to value added work and analysis to sharpen our tax capabilities
- Support team on establishing and maintaining controls in the indirect tax area
- Gain a comprehensive understanding of the company’s financial systems in order to identify automation and tax technology improvements
- Manage the administration of identified tax solutions
- Develop strong relationships with finance, IT and tax personnel to maximize opportunities for automation of data and ensure accuracy, efficiency and completeness
- Provide support and training to tax team for the best practice of available technology to create efficiency, accuracy and minimize time spent on routine data processes and maximize analytics
- 5+ years of tax experience related to financial reporting and compliance with a strong interest in tax technology and process management.
- Must be highly motivated with leadership skills in effectively managing processes and systems. Ability to work independently and in teams while managing multiple projects
- Ability to identify tax issues and conduct research
- Ability to take initiative towards driving quality results
- In-depth knowledge of tax reporting under ASC 740
- Experience that demonstrates an aptitude in learning software systems
- Strong verbal and written communications skills
- Strong project management, problem-solving and communication skills
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting required
- Preferred candidate will have a minimum of 4 years Public Accounting experience
- 2+ years of Tax Technology design and implementation experience
- CPA and/or Master’s degree preferred
- Proficient with Excel, Word, CorpTax and OneSource
The annual base pay range for this role is between $155,000.00 and $175,000.00.
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