Qualcomm Tax Analyst in San Diego, California
Job Id N1956437
Job Title Tax Analyst
Post Date 06/26/2017
Company-Division Qualcomm Incorporated
Finance/Accounting - Corporate
Job Area Finance
Location California - San Diego
Job Overview Primary responsibility is to support all aspects of Qualcomms corporate tax compliance, with a focus on the timely and accurate completion of assigned federal, state and local income and franchise tax returns, state annual reports, electronic filings as required by statute, and support/input for estimated tax computations, and related processes. This includes financial data extraction, preparation and review of financial data for assigned tax return entities, book to tax difference analysis of financial statement expenses and income, computing deferred tax assets/liabilities, related tax research, supporting various components of the US tax provision computation, as well as support for federal and state tax audits. Additionally, provide special project and analysis support to Tax Senior Director and Tax Senior Manager as needed. Support and assist in continuous improvement in the efficiency and effectiveness of functions and processes. Responsibilities: This individual will be responsible for:
1.Preparation and review of federal, state, and local corporate tax returns and related workpapers. Preparation and review of extensions, quarterly estimated tax calculations, annual reports and business license renewals for multiple states.
2.Perform tax research and prepare technical memos to document findings related to federal and state tax issues.
3.Accounting for Income Taxes - Assist with preparation of supporting schedules used in the interim and year-end income tax provision for the US consolidated group.
4.Assist with federal CAP compliance and state tax audits by gathering supporting documentation, performing tax analysis on related issues, and communicate with audit lead.
5.Partner with various business units to understand the issues and provide guidance on tax related issues.
6.Contribute to an environment of continuous process improvement by proactively identifying opportunities for efficiencies, developing creative solutions, and executing on implementation to realize the desired results.
Minimum Qualifications 3-5 years' experience in the following areas:
Public accounting corporate or industry tax experience.
Federal and multistate tax return and experience/skills, including knowledge of tax rules, rulings, administrative pronouncements, and regulations in federal and state income tax compliance areas
Preferred Qualifications Candidate must be highly motivated, have strong organizational skills with the ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects. Candidate will have excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, and deal effectively with functional areas, business unit personnel, management, and outside consultants. Candidate must have the ability to analyze problems and exercise sound judgment in determining necessary actions. Candidate will be an enthusiastic worker, quick learner, critical thinker, focused on results, and have a strong desire to learn and develop as a professional. Position requires strong computer skills, including experience with MS Excel, Word, and Power-Point. Additional requirements include: knowledge of GAAP and accounting for income taxes. Macros and programming skills a plus. Familiarity with SharePoint a plus. Experience in tax return software (OneSource, BNA or other depreciation system) highly desirable. Experience in Oracle and HFM financial systems a plus. Must work well in a team environment and comply with all professional ethical standards.
Education Requirements Accounting degree, CPA preferred. MST a plus.
EEO employer: including race, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability & veterans status.