Senior Tax Analyst

Employer
nTech Solutions
Location
Washington, DC
Posted
Apr 19, 2017
Closes
Apr 21, 2017
Hours
Full Time
Project ScopeThe Senior Tax Analyst will assist with the preparation, recording and reporting of Exelon's federal taxes in the quarterly and annual financial statements. In addition, this individual will be responsible for the preparation of income and non-income tax returns of the Exelon companies. This includes assistance with all compliance matters related to federal taxesReports directly to the business unit Tax ManagerResponsibilitiesAssist with the calculation of Exelon's federal tax expense, reconcile federal tax account balances, prepare federal tax basis balance sheet adjustments, prepare federal FIN 48 and FAS 109 supporting work papers, schedules and calculations, including federal valuation allowances, execution of all federal related SOX controls, and US and non-U.S. international tax filings(30%)Prepare work papers, schedules, calculations and other items related to federal tax return filings as well as estimated tax payments, extension payments and tax sharing settlements.(30%)Support IRS exam process, administration and drafting of responses to tax notices and preparation and filing of amended federal tax returns.(10%)Calculate interest expense on federal tax deficiencies, preparation of all supporting work papers, schedules and calculations, and collaborate with other groups to ensure interest is properly reflected in financials (5%)Prepare work papers and calculations supporting the tax portions of the latest estimates and long range plans .(10%)Assist with implementation of changes in tax laws, process improvements, planning opportunities, and other ad hoc projects.(10%)Assist with technical research supporting tax positions taken in federal tax filings, including drafting of written memorandums .(10%)Required SkillsUndergraduate Accounting or other financial disciplineAt least 5 years related experience including 3 or more years of professional tax experience focusing on large publicly traded corporations, including a combination of industry and public accounting experienceCorporate tax experience requiredFamiliarity with all major areas of federal and state tax lawAppreciation of the impact of taxes on the financial statementsGood research, writing and communication skills40 hours of ongoing annual continuing professional education will be required of all professionals in the Department (at the Company's expense)Preferred SkillsEnergy industry experience is desirable, though not at the expense of a broad base of experience.Certified Public Accountant or other financial certification and/or advanced degree (MST)Preferred SkillsBig 4 accounting firm experienceCorporate tax experience required