Ingersoll Rand is seeking to recruit a Tax Manager, Transfer Pricing and Supply Chain primarily focused on the key EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region where its parent company and main international trading and financing entities are located. The position involves the management of the Analyst, Transformation and Supply Chain. The jobholder reports to the Director International Tax based in the Ingersoll-Rand International headquarters near Brussels, Belgium. This new role calls for a seasoned and driven professional with strong business acumen, excellent bandwidth, communication and leadership skills and sound judgment. It offers an excellent remuneration package and strong growth prospects on the basis of the accountabilities set out below:
•Tax Supply Chain transformation: identify and develop supply chain realignment opportunities that bring tax planning and compliance benefits and are aligned with the objective of operational streamlining and business purpose. Seek buy-in from other team members and of the business operations. Steer and assist implementation. Cover on-going operations as well as acquisitions.
•Transfer pricing maintenance: monitor the local statutory financial performance against the TNNM targets; assist the sector finance teams with the required adjustments. Engage with, and manage, external advisors.
•Documentation: Identify and complement gaps in the documentation. Keep the transfer pricing documentation (economic analysis, benchmarking, master files and contractual documentation) up to date in function of changes in the business facts and circumstances and the regulatory environment. Own the pan-European master file and the relevant country files.
•Audit management: proactively identify audit exposure in the transfer pricing area and prepare the defense file. Conduct the audit proceedings (face to face with inspectors where opportune) in collaboration with other members of the tax team, the responsible business controllers and external advisors.
•Business support: keep abreast of the relevant business (and external) facts and circumstances and changes therein. Educate and assist business interlocutors in supply chain matters.
•Tax Risk Reporting (FIN 48): own the transfer pricing related UTPs; prepare and update the FIN48 reports.
•Corporation tax filings: track the transfer pricing requirements and the compliance therewith in function of the corporation tax filing process.
A senior profile is required with strong academic credentials, a demonstrated track record as a self-starter, and a blend of personal and technical skills gained through 5+ years experience in an international tax role.
Presently employed in the European tax department of a US or European based multinational company or an international professional firm. Track record in planning and delivering cross-border business model optimization projects involving the centralization of revenue, risks and functions (including IP) at the level of a centralized European base company. Successful first-hand record in tax audits and controversies. Strong fact finding, analytical and execution skills. Exposure to all relevant tax-technical areas (PE and documentation requirements) and awareness of adjacent matters (indirect taxes, Subpart F, customs and US GAAP or IFRS).
This position requires a strong sense of how tax and organizational parameters interact. A balance between analytical and strategic focus is essential. A premium is placed upon a flexible, common-sense, hands-on and can-do approach. Leadership, both informal and formal (enabling the success and growth of a collaborator), and a drive to work collaboratively and transparently in a fast-paced and dynamic peer group are key success factors. So is a propensity to partner with US-based and Asia-based colleagues in a virtual team setting, with the operational leadership of the Enterprise, and with external parties. Excellent communication skills are required, as is strong organization including the ability to prioritize, manage time and multi-task. We require a focus on quality execution with attention to detail, risk management and sustainability. A high level of accountability is of the essence, as is tolerance for ambiguity. This position requires a superior work ethic and ability to cope with a challenging workload.
Additional Information :
•Master/Bachelor degree in tax or another four year degree at university level, preferably augmented by a postgraduate degree.
•Numbers and IT literacy. User of TP Catalyst and ThomsonReuters benchmarking tools.
•Required language skills include fluency in English plus preferably one other major European language, at a tax-technical level.
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