Great news! We are expanding our consulting practice and are currently searching for a Sales Tax Manager with a general affinity for all things related to sales and use tax. The Sales Tax Manager position is heavily focused on client data analysis, and the ideal candidate is someone who is familiar with researching multistate sales and use tax topics then preparing written analyses and memos based on their research. Nexus studies, apportionment reviews, audits/reverse audits, as well as voluntary disclosure and amnesty program projects, are a major responsibility of the Sales Tax Manager. The Sales Tax Manager will be required to prepare work plans, execute projects successfully by critical deadlines, and oversee and manage projects from start to finish. The Sales Tax Manager will also be required to stay up to date with industry standards and developments to actively assess how they may impact our existing clients.
*Remote work is negotiable, but the candidate must reside in either the Greater Sacramento or Greater Chicago area.
The following qualifications apply (but if you come close and just LOVE all things related to sales and use taxes, please reach out to us anyway to see if there are any other opportunities you may qualify for).
- Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or Finance
- Self-motivated with a desire to learn and succeed
- Strong attention to detail and advanced analytical skills
- Above average time management skills
- Excellent interpersonal and communications skills (oral and written)
- 5+ years of related experience in a Sales and Use Tax (SALT) practice (Government-Department of Revenue, corporate, or consulting)
- Sales Tax CMI or CPA or Big 4 accounting experience would be a plus, but not required
Benefits include a competitive salary, health insurance, vision insurance, matching 401(K), ongoing professional development opportunities, and a generous paid time off package.
We are so honored to have been serving our clients for nineteen years! To celebrate this milestone, we all took the day off to relax, refresh and reflect on the almost 2 decades of being in business. We are honored to continue to serve our amazing clients and thank you for your continued support. Also, a big thanks to our wonderful team! We couldn’t do this without you.
As concerns grow surrounding the seriousness of the COVID-19 virus, Thompson Tax would like to extend our sincerest hopes that you and your loved ones remain safe and healthy. We are continually monitoring the CDC and WHO prevention updates, and we are vigilantly following all recommended guidelines to ensure the ongoing health of our employees and communities. Please rest assured that our dedicated national team is continuing to serve our current clients and we have the capacity to support more as needed. Thompson Tax can provide immediate assistance such as:
- Filing Returns
- Requesting Extensions
- Requesting Payment Plans through the Taxing Authorities
- Researching Tax Laws
- Assisting with Penalty and Interest Waivers, and
- Assisting with Ongoing and Managed Audits
In addition, we’re monitoring the latest updates regarding adjustments to State deadlines during this time of crisis. We’re available to ease the burden on your Finance and Tax Departments if you should need it. As always, Thompson Tax is just a phone call away.
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