· 8 years of Corporate Tax/ International Tax planning and controversy experience in a law firm or big 4 accounting firm.
· Chartered Accountancy qualification and/or law degree.
· Detail oriented with clear demonstrated analytical and communications skills. Strong ability to clearly communicate tax technical issues, especially with non-tax professionals.
· Ability to lead tax projects and manage complex projects collaboratively, and work independently.
· Knowledge and demonstrated experience working with direct and indirect tax rules within APAC. Demonstrated experience in applying international tax treaty rules to cross border transactions.
· Demonstrated experience in working with transfer pricing as it relates to large multinational companies.
· Proficiency with creating, developing, and interpreting spreadsheets; practical experience in creation of economic or tax modeling.
About the job
Google's in-house tax team knows all things corporate tax. Made up of smart, perceptive Googlers with a flair for domestic, international and sales & use tax, the knowledge and expertise of this team runs deep. You have years of experience in this field and an extensive knowledge of those tax issues most relevant to internet companies. While we don't give our Googlers individual tax advice, you make it easy for Googlers to get what they need to make good tax decisions. You find ways to work smarter by streamlining and automating our tax processes and systems, and find ways to be both innovative and compliant.
The name Google came from "googol," a mathematical term for the number 1 followed by 100 zeros. And nobody at Google loves big numbers like the Finance team when providing in depth analysis on all manner of strategic decisions across Google products. From developing forward-thinking analysis to generating management reports to scaling our automated financial processes, the Finance organization is an important partner and advisor to the business.
· Provide proactive tax advice with respect to the group's operations in the APAC region, and advise on tax consequences.
· Be able to act as primary tax point-of-contact and expert for discrete product areas and for specific APAC countries.
· Manage complex tax audits within the APAC region.
· Assist with monitoring and analyzing proposed and newly enacted Asia-Pacific tax legislation, and assist with evaluating and providing guidance to financial operations teams to implement any required changes.
· Partner with regional business leaders, finance and legal teams on various business and tax planning matters.
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