Deloitte Tax Senior Manager - PSG - Operating Partnership Services in Hartford, Connecticut
You've earned your stripes as a partnership tax specialist and tapped into the world of cutting-edge tax technology. You are not an expert in technology, but you can offer profound insight about how U.S. federal income tax models and computations work. If you have a passion for improving computational applications and proprietary solutions, we have the career opportunity to keep you buzzing!
Work you'll do:
As a Senior Manager on our Partnership Solutions Group, Operational Partnership Services team you will:
Refine your skillset with the ability to work with large-scaled operating partnership tax clients on matters that mean the most to them.
Diversify your industry experience by working on a plethora of various industries including private equity, healthcare, tech, financial products, oil & gas, green energy, real estate, consumer products, and other various industries.
Deliver value to client experiencing a public offering (including SPACs) and interact with external counsel, underwriters, client executives, and capital market professionals through the SEC public filing process.
Assist our client with public offering transactions including but not limited to initial proxy and registration statements for Up-C and SPAC structures.
Work with Up-C clients on an on-going basis during periodic service periods during the year.
Develop an understanding of the public monetization transactional process, including tax receivable agreements.
Create and/or use cutting-edge technology that evolves around U.S. federal income tax principles for partnership tax, data analytics, and the user experience.
Lead engagement teams and collaborate with highly motivated and dedicated teams.
Implement strategic tax structures and processes, and oversee complex tax computation projects for clients, with emphasis on identification and communication of technical tax and service issues.
Determine and solve for complexities with the U.S. federal income tax impact of public offerings.
Mentor and develop engagement staff, providing leadership, counseling, career guidance, and guidance on issues related to work/life fit.
Participate in marketplace activities, recruiting, and process and technology innovation.
Identify service opportunities, manage client accounts, and advance various Deloitte initiatives.
National Federal Tax Services (NFTS) is a national practice within Deloitte Tax LLP made up of a number of tax service offerings. Each NFTS service offering has been developed and built as a result of a tax planning idea, a marketplace driver, or a technological innovation - all with the purpose of delivering results for our clients. Our people are entrepreneurial in spirit and have always had the work-hard/play-hard mentality. NFTS service lines provide tax planning for the largest organizations across all industries.
In the Operational Partnership Services service line, which is a part of the Partnership Solutions Group within NFTS, Operational Partnership Services professionals counsel privately-held and publicly-traded partnerships across the United States on a wide range of federal tax and issues involving Up-C, mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, initial public offerings (IPO), post-offering assistance, and process design and improvement. Operational Partnership Services is the leading provider of umbrella partnership C corporations (Up-C) services, using propriety technology (iPACS.SubK) developed and deployed by Operational Partnership Services in serving our clients that assists clients both pre and post public offering process. The Operational Partnership Services practice is also heavily involved in the implementation of tax receivable agreements that are executed as part of advanced reorganization transactions that are typically associated with Up-Cs. Industries served by the Operational Partnership Services practice include private equity, real estate, telecom, technology, healthcare, media & entertainment, energy, retail, and financial services that frequently involve asset management, venture capital, and international outbound joint ventures. Come join the team!
Eight (8)+ years of experience in federal partnership tax
Bachelor's degree in accounting or other business-related field required
One of the following accreditations obtained:
Licensed CPA in state of practice/primary office if eligible to sit for the CPA
If not CPA eligible:
Proven leadership skills demonstrating strong judgment, problem-solving, and decision-making abilities
Proven management experience indicating strong organizational skills and the ability to plan and manage budgets and workplans
Ability to travel 15%, on average, based on the work you do and the clients and industries/sectors you serve
Limited immigration sponsorship may be available
U.S. federal income tax partnership experience
Demonstrated effective verbal and written communication skills
Advanced degree such as master's in science of tax (MST), MAcc, JD, or LLM
Big 4 or comparable experience
Aptitude in MS Project, Word, Excel, and Visio
Experience working in a fast-paced, team environment
Self-starter with demonstrated ability to effectively handle multiple, competing priorities
Transaction and M&A experience
For individuals assigned and/or hired to work in Colorado or Nevada, Deloitte is required by law to include a reasonable estimate of the compensation range for this role. This compensation range is specific to the State of Colorado and the State of Nevada and takes into account the wide range of factors that are considered in making compensation decisions including but not limited to skill sets; experience and training; licensure and certifications; and other business and organizational needs. The disclosed range estimate has not been adjusted for the applicable geographic differential associated with the location at which the position may be filled. At Deloitte, it is not typical for an individual to be hired at or near the top of the range for their role and compensation decisions are dependent on the facts and circumstances of each case. A reasonable estimate of the current range is $130,900 to $243,100. You may also be eligible to participate in a discretionary annual incentive program, subject to the rules governing the program, whereby an award, if any, depends on various factors, including, without limitation, individual and organizational performance.