Sr. Tax Associate

Company Name:
Technology Professionals
Our client company has been around for the better part of a century and has provided one-on-one financial services to small businesses and middle-market companies in a number of states in the Midwest and Southeast. They have grown to become one of the largest CPA, business consulting and financial services firms in the United States with 800 associates operating from twenty affiliate offices. They offer services in the areas of tax, accounting, assurance, business consulting, wealth management and corporate investigative services. Their professional team services a diverse group of clients in Agribusiness, Construction, Education, Energy, Hospitality, Government, Healthcare, Manufacturing, Real Estate, Retail/Distribution, and Tribal Communities. As a member of Nexia International the company is able to provide a global approach for their client companies.
Responsibilities include:
Prepares a broad range of individual, corporate, S-Corporation and other entity tax returns, including complex returns such as multi-state, consolidated or international returns
Prepares tax liability projections for more complex corporate and individual clients
Conducts research on complex tax issues
Communicates tax savings ideas to supervisors and clients
Directs and reviews work of assigned associates
Develops rapport with existing client staff and leadership
Job Requirements
Candidates must have 2-5 years relevant tax experience in public accounting or industry
Strong verbal and written communication skills are a must. Candidate should have the ability to interact with clients, prospects, all levels of staff, and colleagues in a professional fashion
Ability to self-direct, and manage multiple deadlines
Licensed CPA
Career oriented, seeking advancement

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