Tax Manager - Human Capital - Global Mobility

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A company's "people investment" is one of its most significant investments. Ernst & Young believes this with respect to our own people as well as our clients' international assignees. The EY culture is one of respect, flexibility, and teamwork. We expect our people to interact respectfully with each other as well as with our clients. We value hard work and client service while recognizing the need for flexibility to address non-work needs/desires.
Our Human Capital practice focuses on assisting clients in managing the cost and risks involved in their Human Resource plans, programs and systems. Within Human Capital, Global Mobility professionals work with our clients in administering their international assignment programs by delivering expatriate tax filing and assignment-related calculations; developing and implementing policies and strategic tax planning solutions; assisting clients with program administration (piecemeal or full outsouring); advising on employee compensation, including foreign payroll issues, international implications of equity plans, etc.; and providing other international assignment-related projects/services.
We currently have a career opportunity for a Tax Manager in our Global Mobility practice. Managers utilize cutting-edge technology and work with team-oriented colleagues.
Establish/maintain long-term collaborative relationships with our clients and internal colleagues.
Possess and continually increase understanding of complex expatriate tax issues.
Coordinate and deliver accurate, quality US tax returns for assignees and coordinate worldwide foreign tax filings, as appropriate.
Coordinate the delivery of various Global Mobility and other Tax services offered by the firm in a proactive manner that meets/exceeds client expectations.
Review international assignment-related calculations such as tax cost projections, tax equalization calculations, hypothetical tax calculations, etc.
Conduct/review research on various topics such as technical or treaty interpretation/application, regulatory issues, and payroll matters; prepare/review the related communications for the client.
Develop the client's understanding of US and foreign tax, compensation and payroll issues and proactively explain implications of recent law changes.
Develop, supervise and manage the client team's technical skills, client service skills, and engagement management skills.
Perform engagement management activities including billing, scheduling, performance evaluations, mentoring, managing client expectations, and identifying additional client needs/EY opportunities.
Assist Partners and Senior Managers by drafting responses, participating in the proposal process, and identifying new business opportunities.
To qualify, candidates must have:
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a bachelor's degree and approximately 5 years of related work experience; or a graduate degree and approximately 4 years of related work experience
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a degree in a related field
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a minimum of 3+ years of tax experience
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a CPA, EA, or JD or other related experience or certification relevant to an area of specialization
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ proficient knowledge of tax laws with specialized knowledge in at least one technical area
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ excellent supervisory, analytical, and leadership ability
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ excellent written, verbal, and interpersonal skills
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ a commitment to learning and a tax technology environment
ΓΆΒ ΒΆ proficient knowledge of automated tax processing systems and Microsoft Office tools

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