Senior Tax Accountant

Role Title:
Senior Tax Accountant
Location:
Needham, MA
Job Advert Description

To analyze and advise on Indirect and Income (Federal, State & Local) tax, supporting the Tax Manager and Director. Responsible for business licenses and personal property tax matters.

A Little About the Role:

  1. Support delivery of tax compliance activity for Clarks America including accurate and timely analysis and preparation of Federal, state and local tax Indirect and Income returns and US reporting for international operations to minimise non-compliance and avoid financial penalties.
  1. Responsible for Clarks business license and personal property tax matters.
  1. Assist with preparation of Federal and state tax accounts ensuring they are correctly reflected in US financial statements.  Produce annual and interim financial reports to satisfy statutory requirements and internal analytical requirements. Assist with UK GAAP reporting requirements. 
  1. Help maintain income and sales tax compliance software. 
  1. Support tax audits, responsibly managing relationships with tax authorities.  
  1. Research and analyse federal and state tax law issues and recommend and implement appropriate changes.    
  1. Assist with sales tax POS and ecommerce applications issues to ensure tax compliance.

 

A Little About You:

  • Accounting or business degree, or Masters of Science degree in taxation is preferred.

  • Excellent tax research skills.

  • Experience of working to tight deadlines

  • Willingness to take initiative and manage own workload.'

  • Excel knowledge and SAP experience.

  • 3-4 years or relevant experience with a multi-state business preferred.

  • Experience with US federal and state taxation and accounting experience.

  • Ability to follow accounting processes accurately.

  • Ability to analyse data and present it clearly.

 

About Clarks

 Clarks, based in Somerset, England, has been at the forefront of innovative shoemaking since its foundation in 1825, when brothers James and Cyrus Clark made a slipper from sheepskin off-cuts. At the time it was ground-breaking; a combination of invention and craftsmanship that’s remained at the heart of what the brand does now.

In the Clarks archive of more than 22,000 pairs are shoes that have sparked revolutions and defined generations. From the original Clarks Desert Boot, first designed by Nathan Clark and launched in 1950 to the iconic Wallabee, each design has an instantly recognisable signature – a unique combination of craftsmanship and innovation that make it unmistakably Clarks.

Underpinned by a rich heritage and strong values, Clarks is a leading global footwear brand serving millions of consumers across the world, operating retail, wholesale, franchise and online channels in over 100 markets worldwide supported by nearly 6,000 employees across the world.

In February 2021, Clarks entered a new chapter in its history as it formed a partnership with LionRock Capital, positioning the iconic footwear brand for future success as it enters its third century.

 

Life with us

Over 46 million pairs of Clarks shoes are sold globally. That makes us a £1.5 billion business and a truly worldwide brand. We now have some 12,000 employees across 75 different countries – everywhere from Europe to the Americas. Despite being the world’s leading global casual footwear brand, we’re still majority owned by the Clark family and based in Street, Somerset – where the Clarks business began. Street is the nerve centre of our business, driving growth and the whole Clarks success story.

 

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Clarks International believes that the principle of equality of opportunity is fundamental to the company's operations. Our long held aim is to provide just and fair treatment for all employees. We will not discriminate on the grounds of sex, age, disability, marital status, colour, race, religion, ethnic origin, sexual orientation or gender reassignment.

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