Senior Tax Accountant

Company Name:
Dixon Hughes Goodman, LLP
Our firm is currently recruiting for a new Senior Tax Accountant role for a large publicly traded company located in the Glenn Allen area. This is a great opportunity to join a small group of highly skilled tax professionals. The role will be responsible for preparing federal tax returns and perform first level review of US tax portion of tax provision. In addition, this role will prepare annual tax projections, assist with external audit requests and perform tax planning as needed. This compensation offers excellent compensation, benefits and great work/life balance.
Job Responsibilities:
Utilize Thomson Reuters' products to prepare or perform first level review of US portion of tax provision to ensure timely and accurate preparation and reporting of GAAP and Statutory quarterly and annual tax provision.
Prepare projected annual effective tax rate for US GAAP purposes on a quarterly basis.
Maintain electronic records of all filings and appropriate work papers.
Reconcile tax accounts with direction from a Tax Manager.
Assist Income Tax Manager responding to the external auditor's requests.
Prepare pro-forma federal income tax returns for individual companies and state income tax returns under the direction of a Tax Manager.
Look for and make recommendations for process improvement.
Research tax issues as requested and assist with other domestic, international or state tax projects, as requested.
Bachelors in Accounting or equivalent
CPA a plus.
3-5 years' experience in Corporate Tax/Accounting or Public Accounting.
Strong interpersonal skills including the ability to translate and communicate technical tax issues to non-tax professionals.
Comfortable working with various software applications including Lawson and Thomson Reuters' products (OneSource).

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