This interesting role is responsible for managing the corporate tax planning, reporting and compliance for 21 jurisdictions reporting to LKQ Europe's headquarters in Zug, Switzerland.
Serve as a business partner with stakeholders in Countries, Lines of Business, Finance, Supply Chain and other functions to guide the business on tax and transfer pricing matters.
Play a leading role in supporting the 1LKQ Europe transformation initiatives across the functions, and partner with LKQ's Chicago-based Corporate Tax Department on the tax and transfer pricing implications of the transformation.
As a member of the global tax team, participate in the development, implementation and monitoring of tax planning strategies designed to minimize LKQ's global effective tax rate.
Supervise a team of Regional in-house tax professionals in key European countries - currently UK, Netherlands, Italy, and Germany.
Ensure compliance with international tax and transfer pricing guidelines and provide transfer pricing audit support.
Supervision and review of U.S. GAAP and local statutory income tax provisions.
Monitoring of tax compliance and audits through collaboration with LKQ Finance colleagues and supervision of the in-house tax team and outside tax advisors across Europe.
Support LKQ's Corporate Tax Department regarding information requirements for U.S. tax reporting, BEPS Country-by-Country reporting, and EU DAC 6 reporting.
Monitor future developments in EU and OECD reporting and disclosure initiatives.
Documentation and monitoring of internal controls regarding tax matters (U.S. Sarbanes Oxley requirements).
Acquisition due diligence and post-acquisition integration.
Key and Desired Skills:
University degree in fiscal economics, tax, law, accounting or finance
Professional certifications in tax and/or accounting
A minimum of 15 years of progressive experience in international corporate taxation and transfer pricing, preferably with a blend of recent multinational corporate tax department service and prior public accounting or law firm experience; experience with U.S. multinational corporations a strong plus.
Significant and recent transfer pricing experience is required. Prior experience with supply chain and distribution activities strongly preferred.
Experience with U.S. GAAP accounting for income taxes (ASC 740), and knowledge of U.S. controlled foreign corporation rules would be a definite plus. Microsoft Office skills required.
Excellent verbal and written skills in English and German. Other languages would be an advantage.
Hands-on problem solver, with excellent influencing and communication skills to drive results in a multi-cultural, entrepreneurial environment.
Ability to deal with a high workload and determined to achieve high quality, business- oriented results.
High moral, ethical and personal values in decisions, communications, actions and when dealing with others.
If the above catches your interest apply today. I look forward to hearing from you!