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Senior Tax Accountant Job in Cranbury, NJ

Senior Tax Accountant Job in Cranbury, NJ
Location: Cranbury, NJ
Salary: $100-110,000/year
Job Description:
Senior Tax Accountant Job in Cranbury, NJ
Our client is an industry leading $2 Billion Consumer Products company with a strong international presence. They are seeking an experienced Senior Tax Accountant to join their close-knit team in Cranbury, NJ.
This is an excellent opportunity to join an impressive company that offers significant room for advancement and competitive benefits.
A Day in the Life
You have a progressive background in tax and compliance. You will be responsible for overseeing state and local income tax compliance, state income tax audit assistance, and will review state income tax returns.
There are several forms that you will need experience with: US federal form 1120 S, schedule m -3 tax accounting, including tax depreciation. There is an international component to the role, so experience with International tax returns, 5471s, 8858s.
You will assist with or prepare various federal tax forms as well as sales and use tax forms.
Job Requirements
You possess:
Excellent communication skills and can communicate effectively with all levels of the organization
5-7 years of progressive experience with federal and state income tax compliance in a Manufacturingor Consumer Products company required.
Experience in the tax department of a CPA firm highly preferred
CPA highly preferred
Experience with SAP or OneSource HIGHLY preferred
A Bachelor s degree in Accounting or Finance
Tech savvy with strong working knowledge of MS Office, including demonstrable expertise with Excel
If this sounds like your skill set, then contact me today for immediate consideration. Please send your resume with your name and the title of this position in the subject line to: william. weissman@parkerlynch. com

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