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Tax/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado

Denver CO Senior U.S. Tax Counsel The candidate will be taking the lead in U.S. corporate tax matters, in particular in relation to firm's offices in Denver, New York, San Francisco and Houston. Will be supporting the Group CFO and the Global Head of Tax Services in strategic tax projects. Leading the coordination of the tax due diligence and tax structuring advice by external tax advisors in relation to joint-direct and fund investment activities (both on the primary and secondary markets) in close interaction with firm's commercial teams. Monitoring existing investments in relation to their tax efficiency and design alternatives if required. Supporting firm's teams in Finance, Tax Operations, Legal and Transaction Services, Structuring Services, Investment Solutions and Investments in U.S. and international tax matters.

The candidate should have B.A. Degree in finance or accounting. Must be Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Advanced degree preferred; Masters of Accounting, MBA, JD and L.L.M. Must have experience in both US and international tax law. Must have 7-10 years of professional experience as an in-house tax advisory role at an asset manager or in a deal related tax advisory role within a Big 4 accounting firm or international law firm (i.e. cross-border tax practice). Must have proficiency in Microsoft Office, in particular Excel. Foreign languages are a plus.
Legal 7 - 10 Full-time 2016-04-27

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Springfield, Virginia

Springfield VA Program Manager Job Duties: Provide acquisition planning; acquisition management; program management; financial management; scope management; performance monitoring, and control services to NGA/TIC and TIA Government staff in assessing, coordinating, scheduling and executing content and application initiatives related to Content Management System and Enterprise Geospatial Information Systems. Consults, advises, assists program manager with key acquisition and transition events and milestones. Individual will coordinate and support Program test events and milestone reviews with stakeholders. Creates, reviews, updates and evaluates program work statements (WS) and independent government cost estimates (IGCE) and Evaluates Engineering Change Proposals and Requests for Change (ECP/RFC). Provide management and technical analysis and advice to Government Program Managers of Content Management Services development and sustainment contracts to improve efficiency and attainment of performance thresholds and objectives. Consult CASi/EGIS PM on CASi/EGIS program, including executing management plans and processes to ensure the program met all performance and budget delivery execution targets. Provide complex and effective portfolio management through the multi-year life cycle of NGA systems from program planning through all stages of execution, delivery and retirement. Advise a portfolio of simultaneous project execution plans for annual sustainment, software spirals, and IT enhancements including people, processes, resources, and detailed weekly, monthly, and annual PPBE status reporting to inform SES and senior management decision-making, thereby supporting NGA's strategic goals and objectives. Develop effective CASi divestiture plan for the transition of all CASi capabilities and functionalities to programs of record to ensure full continuity of each capability and functionality for over 3500 worldwide geospatial analysts. Advise program manager on systems, people, processes, resources, information, and technology for NGA programs as a Government trusted agent with practical knowledge of key areas of planning, funding, program management, mission, vision, and goals implemented through integrated product teams and working groups. Manage and control program risks and constraints by ensuring plans are implemented on schedule, within budget, and meeting all performance requirements. Maintain program alignment to the strategic goals and mission of NGA to ensure the critical success of the programs and project portfolios. Provide quantitative and qualitative assessment of CASi/EGIS program effectiveness through quantitative techniques using facts and numbers to evaluate NGA initiatives. Provide risk management and schedule assessments to identify, analyze and manage an integrated portfolio for key stakeholders - reaching across multiple portfolios including both Content and Analytics - to ensure the programs transition to the appropriate programs of records and contract vehicles. Assist and support CASi/EGIS program-specific situations from a portfolio perspective to uncover issues and identify gaps by presenting, explaining, and defining to Senior Government and corporate executives - making clear and convincing oral presentations to individuals and groups - including listening effectively and clarifying information as needed. Develop and enhance alliances with external groups engaging in cross-functional activities and founding common ground with an ever-widening range of stakeholders.Ensure that reports, memoranda, and other documents reflect the position and work of the organization in a clear, convincing, and organized manner. Present and express ideas and information clearly and concisely in a manner appropriate to the audience, whether oral or written. Actively listen to what others are saying to achieve understanding and share information with others and facilitate the open exchange of ideas and information. Provide expert program office support to the CASi/EGIS program within the NSG to ensure programs are kept on track and the program offices meet requirements for milestone reviews and critical program reviews. Ensure program office's action items are closed in a timely manner to help facilitate program requirements and milestone reviews. Identify and provide areas of cost savings to the Government in the final option year of the CASi contract, which allow the Government to free up resources for other areas within the enterprise. Provide expert requirement management by identifying, documenting, prioritizing, tracking, and coordinating technical requirements. Develop functional requirements, concept of operations, mission need statements, and resource requirements.

Qualifications: Desired: Understand ES Authorized Outage (AO) process. Bachelor's Degree and 14+ years' experience; Masters and 12+ years' experience; PhD or JD Degree and 9+ years' experience. 4+ years' operational experience. Customer-service and goal oriented. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member under tight deadlines with changing priorities. Demonstrated understanding of the geospatial intelligence mission and its contributions to the IC. Familiarity with NGA dissemination and storage systems, to include IDS-D, NGL, STIL, IPL, WARP, PMAA, IEC, NES, IESS, IAS and Mission Partners.
Legal 14 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Tax/Attorney/In House/Plano, Texas

Plano TX Global Tax-Transfer Pricing Specialist Duties: Manage a list of intangible property (IP) that tracks the legal entities owning the IP and the intercompany royalties applicable to the IP. Ensure proper intercompany agreements are in place to support IP ownership. Ensure contract R&D providers charge IP owners for any contract R&D performed. Value IP or assisting with the valuations that are performed by advisors, as necessary, for planning purposes as part of an acquisition or the migration of IP. Serve as a regional analyst to assist with operational transfer pricing issues, audit support and consultation in the Asia Pacific region. Assist with transfer pricing integration issues resulting from M&A activity, as needed. Potential for work in other areas, such as tax legal entity valuations, APAs, cost allocations, and intercompany financing.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Advanced degree in economics, tax, accounting or finance, or LLM/CPA a plus. Prior experience in transfer pricing, valuation or international tax is preferred. Experience working in a tax consulting position or in a corporate finance or tax department is a plus. Preferred: A good understanding of Transfer Pricing and or International Tax as well as the general nature of the work performed in these organizations. Understanding of basic accounting. Ability to work successfully in a large and complex tax organization. Individual should be able to understand the big picture of the organization while still paying close attention to detail. Ability to work under pressure to meet demanding deadlines imposed by project timescales or tax authority requirements. Strong presentation and communication skills. Ability to work well with a team, but can also work well to solve problems independently in a virtual environment. Excellent project management, problem solving, quantitative and analytical skills. Complete understanding and thorough knowledge of MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
Legal 5 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Banking/Counsel/In House/New York City, New York

New York City NY Associate General Counsel, AB&C Duties: Provides legal advice, guidance, and support to ensure that the assigned line of business/function exposure to legal risk is managed. Identifies, formulates, coordinates, and communicate policies, procedures and controls to ensure that the assigned line of business/function exposure to legal risk is effectively managed. Oversees legal support for a line of business, or function, supervising a team of legal counsel and legal support staff. Provide counsel on a variety of legal matters including matters that are quite complex or have potential for significant impact on the organization. Advise assigned lines or business/function by ensuring that commercially sensitive, pragmatic and practical legal support and advice is provided in a cost-effective manner. Implement legal policies to ensure that the company's exposure to legal risks is managed appropriately. Customers / Stakeholders. Provide prompt, commercial, practical and high quality complex and or specialized legal advice to assigned line of business/function. Be pro-active in the provision of legal support and in advising the business promptly of material legal developments and their implications. Ensure General Counsel is fully briefed on major issues arising in relevant business areas and major legislative changes in area of expertise. Provide legal consultation in the development phase of products/ services or development of polices and procedures that internally impact the company. Recommend selection and supervise panel law firms and other appropriate external parties as required. Leadership and Teamwork. Maintain and develop positive and professional working relationships with all team members within assigned line of business/function. Lead, manage, review, guide and support junior lawyers and/or support staff that report to the jobholder. Participate in the coordination and promotion of initiatives that result in the sharing of legal knowledge and best practices across the Regional / Global Legal Function. Operational Effectiveness and Control. Provide legal services in a cost-effective manner. Co-ordinate and manage the approach to legal risk for assigned line of business/function to ensure that the interests of the Group are adequately protected. Implement legal risk management policies and controls in relevant business areas. Assist the business to remain compliant with legal risk management requirements set out in the Group Standards Manual and Legal FIM. Maintain awareness of the operational risk scenario associated with the role and to ensure that all actions during employment with account of the likelihood of operational risk occurring. Provide leadership over all regulatory and compliance matters and the management of operational risk for assigned line of business or function.

Qualifications: JD Degree as well as admission to applicable state Bar and pertinent levels of courts in applicable states. 10+ years' proven and progressive corporate legal experience, or equivalent. Management experience preferred. Strong advocacy, negotiation, managerial, interpersonal, organizational, legal research and verbal and written communication skills. Ability to quickly apply abstract concepts of law and make quick, innovative decisions to resolve problems. Ability to defend the Company and Group affiliates from claims and advocate their interests while maintaining their reputation for honesty and integrity. Proficiency with personal computers as well as pertinent mainframe systems and software packages .
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Tax/Attorney/In House/Seattle, Washington

Seattle WA Tax Analyst Duties: Analyze U.S. and international tax laws and apply them to various business proposals. Analyze foreign direct and indirect tax laws and apply them to various business proposals. Identify and document detailed operational tax requirements for new business initiatives. Gather financial and functional data as applicable. Analyze proactively the direct and indirect tax law changes that impact the AWS business. Create and support cross-functional communication tools and performance metric.

Qualifications: BA/BS degree required. 4+ years of international income tax experience. Understanding of U.S. international direct tax issues and concepts (a high-level understanding of international indirect tax issues and concepts is considered a plus but not mandatory). Preferred: JD Degree , LLM, MST, and / or CPA. Understanding of accounting concepts. Experience with high-tech services business/industry. Experience in a public accounting firm, major law firm, and/or - multinational corporation. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent use of technology, such as SharePoint, document management systems, Excel, MS Word, etc. Prior tax-related project management experience a plus.
Legal 0 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Trust and Estates/Attorney/In House/Clive, Iowa

Clive IA Senior Trust Officer The candidate will be responsible for business development and administration of a book of business. Will serve as primary market leader for the Trust area. Participate in the development of new business from existing or prospective customers by advising clients, both individual and corporate, concerning the design and administration of corporate and individual trust accounts. Develop and maintain relationships with bank personnel to expand understanding of trust services and to stimulate referrals. Refer prospects to the bank or Wealth Management areas that may not meet the criteria of a Trust client. Maintain current understanding of laws and regulations as they relate to Probate, and Investment issues. Assist with providing leadership and support to a team of sales and service professionals in order to meet and exceed sales goals. Participate in civic and community affairs, functions, and organizations promoting a positive, involved community image for the bank and Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management. Must have Bachelor Degree in relevant discipline with 5-7 years of trust experience with a successful track record of generating new business. Previous leadership and management experience is desired. Exceptional Interpersonal Skills are needed. Must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Thorough knowledge of tax, probate, fiduciary laws and practices is needed. CFTA, JD, CFA, CFP or other professional designation are must. Legal 5 - 7 Full-time 2016-04-26

Corporate/Counsel/In House/Mountain View, California

Mountain View CA Associate Commercial Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft and manage licenses and intellectual property agreements, advertising services agreements and contracts on a daily basis. Manage agreements that comply with company policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly to legal requests from Licensing, Business Development, Advertising Sales, Marketing and other clients, summarizing and communicating legal concepts that business people can use. Advise business clients, as well as Finance and other company colleagues, on the legal issues and risks, approval processes, company policies and procedures, IP and business strategy. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes.

Qualifications: JD degree or equivalent practical experience. Active and in good standing in one State Bar in the United States. 3-5 years of experience in business development, intellectual property matters and contract law. Experience advising clients in structuring complex commercial transactions. Knowledge and experience in multiple aspects of hardware operations. Extensive background in drafting services agreements, sales contracts, licenses and intellectual property agreements. Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Superior English communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
Legal 3 - 5 Full-time 2016-04-26

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia

Washington DC Senior Manager, US State and Local Public Policy Duties: Will create, execute and manage state and local government affairs objectives. Will be responsible for engaging on state legislation, working with outside consultants, and interacting with trade associations. Will also help with local government outreach, and establish relationships with public officials in communities where we have existing facilities and planned development. Will manage a team of state and local policy managers that have a geographic focus of the northeast and southern US. Will work collaboratively with relevant business units, public relations, and the public policy team ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Will assess and anticipate certain public policy matters, oversee and coordinate external advocacy efforts, outreach programs, and key initiatives. Will work closely with the Director of State and Local Public Policy to develop strategic objectives and communicate them to business leaders.

Basic Qualification Requirements: A BA/BS degree. 8+ years of relevant experience with and a keen working understanding of the US state and local policymaking process and government relations. Ability to be both a substantive issue expert on matters related to Amazon s business and a manager of complex political relationships. Strong written and verbal communication skills and experience creating and effectively delivering factual, relevant and easily understandable talking points and other messaging. Experience in identifying and understanding key technical aspects pertaining to corporate operations in state and/or local political environments, understanding business implications, and synthesizing information for internal and external customers. Demonstrated work experience with companies, consultancies, trade associations, governmental agencies, or equivalent organization. Significant domestic travel as needed. Preferred Qualifications: Law Degree or relevant Master s degree. A proven track record of successfully working with a wide array of functional groups across an organization. Ability to think critically, process data from multiple sources, forecast potential scenarios, prioritize based on probability and desired outcome, and recommend a best course of action.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia

Washington DC Manager, US State Public Policy Duties: Will report to the Senior Manager of US State and Local Public Policy and work closely with other state and local policy team members. Will help create and execute state government affairs objectives. Will be responsible for engaging on state legislation, working with outside consultants, and interacting with trade associations. Will attend policymaker conferences and be responsible for building positive relationships. Will work collaboratively with relevant business, public relations, and legal teams to ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Will assess and anticipate public policy matters, oversee and coordinate external advocacy efforts, outreach programs, and key initiatives.

Basic Qualification Requirements: A BA/BS degree. 8+ years of relevant experience with and a keen working understanding of the US state and local policy making process and government relations. Experience in identifying and understanding key technical aspects pertaining to corporate operations in state and/or local political environments, understanding business implications, and synthesizing information for internal and external customers. Demonstrated work experience with companies, consultancies, trade associations, governmental agencies, or equivalent organization. Ability to be both a substantive issue expert on matters related to company's business and a manager of complex political relationships. Strong written and verbal communication skills and experience creating and effectively delivering factual, relevant and easily understandable talking points and other messaging. Significant domestic travel as needed. Preferred Qualifications: Law degree or relevant Master s degree. Ability to think critically, process data from multiple sources, forecast potential scenarios, prioritize based on probability and desired outcome, and recommend a best course of action.
Legal 8 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26

Employment,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte NC Vice President / Associate Counsel Regulatory Investigations and Inquiry Duties: Will be primarily responsible for managing the firm s interactions with federal and state securities regulators as well as self-regulatory organizations (e.g., FINRA). In practice, this means serving as the principal point of contact in connection with regulatory examinations and investigations of the Firm and its associated persons. Will manage a variety of regulatory examinations and investigations with the support of one or more RII analysts under the attorney s supervision. On occasion, coordination with and management of outside counsel is required. Additional responsibilities include coordinating with the Regulatory Counseling staff in connection with the rendering of legal advice and counsel to the Firm and various business units relating to the application of federal, state and SRO rules and regulations, as well as coordination with the Litigation Group staff in connection with regulatory investigations and examinations that implicate threatened and actual litigation. Manage regulatory examinations and investigations involving the Firm and/or its associated persons. Responsibilities in this area include, among other things, evaluating legal and regulatory risk and exposure, reviewing draft written responses prepared by RII analysts, negotiating productions with regulators, and defending witnesses at testimony and during informal interviews. Coordinate with the Regulatory Counseling staff in connection with the rendering of legal advice and counsel to the Firm and various business units relating to the application of federal, state and SRO rules and regulations. Coordination with other groups in the Legal Department on issues, including the Litigation Group in connection with regulatory investigations and examinations that implicate threatened and actual litigation. Provide on-site counseling to branch office locations and home office business units during regulatory examinations and investigations. Serve as the Legal Department s representative to certain standing and ad hoc Firm committees, task forces, and working groups. Attend industry events and educational seminars focusing on regulatory developments and initiatives; maintain current practice knowledge through monitoring of industry related periodicals and other publications.

Qualification Requirements: A Juris Doctor degree. Licensed member of the Bar, in good standing, in the state in which the attorney is located. 10+ years of securities regulatory experience; prior employment with a federal, state or SRO securities regulator is highly desirable; prior in-house experience preferred. Clear communication and superior writing and analytical skills. Some travel may be required.
Legal 10 - 0 Full-time 2016-04-26
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Position Summary: The Senior Immigration Associate will coordinate with managers, HR Business Partners, external employee, and both Corporate and external to counsel to support our immigration needs and provide immigration guidance across the Organiz... + read more

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Tax/Counsel/In House/Denver, Colorado
Refer job# CDCU133630
 
Senior U.S. Tax Counsel The candidate will be taking the lead in U.S. corporate tax matters, in particular in relation to firm's offices in Denver, New York, San Francisco and Houston. Will be supporting the Group CFO and the Global Head of Tax Services in strategic tax projects. Leading the coordination of the tax due diligence and tax structuring advice by external tax advisors in relation to joint-direct and fund investment activities (both on the primary and secondary markets) in close interaction with firm's commercial teams. Monitoring existing investments in relation to their tax efficiency and design alternatives if required. Supporting firm's teams in Finance, Tax Operations, Legal and Transaction Services, Structuring Services, Investment Solutions and Investments in U.S. and international tax matters.

The candidate should have B.A. Degree in finance or accounting. Must be Certified Public Accountant (CPA). Advanced degree preferred; Masters of Accounting, MBA, JD and L.L.M. Must have experience in both US and international tax law. Must have 7-10 years of professional experience as an in-house tax advisory role at an asset manager or in a deal related tax advisory role within a Big 4 accounting firm or international law firm (i.e. cross-border tax practice). Must have proficiency in Microsoft Office, in particular Excel. Foreign languages are a plus.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Springfield, Virginia
Refer job# UOQJ133531
 
Program Manager Job Duties: Provide acquisition planning; acquisition management; program management; financial management; scope management; performance monitoring, and control services to NGA/TIC and TIA Government staff in assessing, coordinating, scheduling and executing content and application initiatives related to Content Management System and Enterprise Geospatial Information Systems. Consults, advises, assists program manager with key acquisition and transition events and milestones. Individual will coordinate and support Program test events and milestone reviews with stakeholders. Creates, reviews, updates and evaluates program work statements (WS) and independent government cost estimates (IGCE) and Evaluates Engineering Change Proposals and Requests for Change (ECP/RFC). Provide management and technical analysis and advice to Government Program Managers of Content Management Services development and sustainment contracts to improve efficiency and attainment of performance thresholds and objectives. Consult CASi/EGIS PM on CASi/EGIS program, including executing management plans and processes to ensure the program met all performance and budget delivery execution targets. Provide complex and effective portfolio management through the multi-year life cycle of NGA systems from program planning through all stages of execution, delivery and retirement. Advise a portfolio of simultaneous project execution plans for annual sustainment, software spirals, and IT enhancements including people, processes, resources, and detailed weekly, monthly, and annual PPBE status reporting to inform SES and senior management decision-making, thereby supporting NGA's strategic goals and objectives. Develop effective CASi divestiture plan for the transition of all CASi capabilities and functionalities to programs of record to ensure full continuity of each capability and functionality for over 3500 worldwide geospatial analysts. Advise program manager on systems, people, processes, resources, information, and technology for NGA programs as a Government trusted agent with practical knowledge of key areas of planning, funding, program management, mission, vision, and goals implemented through integrated product teams and working groups. Manage and control program risks and constraints by ensuring plans are implemented on schedule, within budget, and meeting all performance requirements. Maintain program alignment to the strategic goals and mission of NGA to ensure the critical success of the programs and project portfolios. Provide quantitative and qualitative assessment of CASi/EGIS program effectiveness through quantitative techniques using facts and numbers to evaluate NGA initiatives. Provide risk management and schedule assessments to identify, analyze and manage an integrated portfolio for key stakeholders - reaching across multiple portfolios including both Content and Analytics - to ensure the programs transition to the appropriate programs of records and contract vehicles. Assist and support CASi/EGIS program-specific situations from a portfolio perspective to uncover issues and identify gaps by presenting, explaining, and defining to Senior Government and corporate executives - making clear and convincing oral presentations to individuals and groups - including listening effectively and clarifying information as needed. Develop and enhance alliances with external groups engaging in cross-functional activities and founding common ground with an ever-widening range of stakeholders.Ensure that reports, memoranda, and other documents reflect the position and work of the organization in a clear, convincing, and organized manner. Present and express ideas and information clearly and concisely in a manner appropriate to the audience, whether oral or written. Actively listen to what others are saying to achieve understanding and share information with others and facilitate the open exchange of ideas and information. Provide expert program office support to the CASi/EGIS program within the NSG to ensure programs are kept on track and the program offices meet requirements for milestone reviews and critical program reviews. Ensure program office's action items are closed in a timely manner to help facilitate program requirements and milestone reviews. Identify and provide areas of cost savings to the Government in the final option year of the CASi contract, which allow the Government to free up resources for other areas within the enterprise. Provide expert requirement management by identifying, documenting, prioritizing, tracking, and coordinating technical requirements. Develop functional requirements, concept of operations, mission need statements, and resource requirements.

Qualifications: Desired: Understand ES Authorized Outage (AO) process. Bachelor's Degree and 14+ years' experience; Masters and 12+ years' experience; PhD or JD Degree and 9+ years' experience. 4+ years' operational experience. Customer-service and goal oriented. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work independently and as a team member under tight deadlines with changing priorities. Demonstrated understanding of the geospatial intelligence mission and its contributions to the IC. Familiarity with NGA dissemination and storage systems, to include IDS-D, NGL, STIL, IPL, WARP, PMAA, IEC, NES, IESS, IAS and Mission Partners.
 
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Tax/Attorney/In House/Plano, Texas
Refer job# ERYF133534
 
Global Tax-Transfer Pricing Specialist Duties: Manage a list of intangible property (IP) that tracks the legal entities owning the IP and the intercompany royalties applicable to the IP. Ensure proper intercompany agreements are in place to support IP ownership. Ensure contract R&D providers charge IP owners for any contract R&D performed. Value IP or assisting with the valuations that are performed by advisors, as necessary, for planning purposes as part of an acquisition or the migration of IP. Serve as a regional analyst to assist with operational transfer pricing issues, audit support and consultation in the Asia Pacific region. Assist with transfer pricing integration issues resulting from M&A activity, as needed. Potential for work in other areas, such as tax legal entity valuations, APAs, cost allocations, and intercompany financing.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree. Advanced degree in economics, tax, accounting or finance, or LLM/CPA a plus. Prior experience in transfer pricing, valuation or international tax is preferred. Experience working in a tax consulting position or in a corporate finance or tax department is a plus. Preferred: A good understanding of Transfer Pricing and or International Tax as well as the general nature of the work performed in these organizations. Understanding of basic accounting. Ability to work successfully in a large and complex tax organization. Individual should be able to understand the big picture of the organization while still paying close attention to detail. Ability to work under pressure to meet demanding deadlines imposed by project timescales or tax authority requirements. Strong presentation and communication skills. Ability to work well with a team, but can also work well to solve problems independently in a virtual environment. Excellent project management, problem solving, quantitative and analytical skills. Complete understanding and thorough knowledge of MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint, etc.
 
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Banking/Counsel/In House/New York City, New York
Refer job# EOYQ133536
 
Associate General Counsel, AB&C Duties: Provides legal advice, guidance, and support to ensure that the assigned line of business/function exposure to legal risk is managed. Identifies, formulates, coordinates, and communicate policies, procedures and controls to ensure that the assigned line of business/function exposure to legal risk is effectively managed. Oversees legal support for a line of business, or function, supervising a team of legal counsel and legal support staff. Provide counsel on a variety of legal matters including matters that are quite complex or have potential for significant impact on the organization. Advise assigned lines or business/function by ensuring that commercially sensitive, pragmatic and practical legal support and advice is provided in a cost-effective manner. Implement legal policies to ensure that the company's exposure to legal risks is managed appropriately. Customers / Stakeholders. Provide prompt, commercial, practical and high quality complex and or specialized legal advice to assigned line of business/function. Be pro-active in the provision of legal support and in advising the business promptly of material legal developments and their implications. Ensure General Counsel is fully briefed on major issues arising in relevant business areas and major legislative changes in area of expertise. Provide legal consultation in the development phase of products/ services or development of polices and procedures that internally impact the company. Recommend selection and supervise panel law firms and other appropriate external parties as required. Leadership and Teamwork. Maintain and develop positive and professional working relationships with all team members within assigned line of business/function. Lead, manage, review, guide and support junior lawyers and/or support staff that report to the jobholder. Participate in the coordination and promotion of initiatives that result in the sharing of legal knowledge and best practices across the Regional / Global Legal Function. Operational Effectiveness and Control. Provide legal services in a cost-effective manner. Co-ordinate and manage the approach to legal risk for assigned line of business/function to ensure that the interests of the Group are adequately protected. Implement legal risk management policies and controls in relevant business areas. Assist the business to remain compliant with legal risk management requirements set out in the Group Standards Manual and Legal FIM. Maintain awareness of the operational risk scenario associated with the role and to ensure that all actions during employment with account of the likelihood of operational risk occurring. Provide leadership over all regulatory and compliance matters and the management of operational risk for assigned line of business or function.

Qualifications: JD Degree as well as admission to applicable state Bar and pertinent levels of courts in applicable states. 10+ years' proven and progressive corporate legal experience, or equivalent. Management experience preferred. Strong advocacy, negotiation, managerial, interpersonal, organizational, legal research and verbal and written communication skills. Ability to quickly apply abstract concepts of law and make quick, innovative decisions to resolve problems. Ability to defend the Company and Group affiliates from claims and advocate their interests while maintaining their reputation for honesty and integrity. Proficiency with personal computers as well as pertinent mainframe systems and software packages .
 
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Tax/Attorney/In House/Seattle, Washington
Refer job# GPRA133538
 
Tax Analyst Duties: Analyze U.S. and international tax laws and apply them to various business proposals. Analyze foreign direct and indirect tax laws and apply them to various business proposals. Identify and document detailed operational tax requirements for new business initiatives. Gather financial and functional data as applicable. Analyze proactively the direct and indirect tax law changes that impact the AWS business. Create and support cross-functional communication tools and performance metric.

Qualifications: BA/BS degree required. 4+ years of international income tax experience. Understanding of U.S. international direct tax issues and concepts (a high-level understanding of international indirect tax issues and concepts is considered a plus but not mandatory). Preferred: JD Degree , LLM, MST, and / or CPA. Understanding of accounting concepts. Experience with high-tech services business/industry. Experience in a public accounting firm, major law firm, and/or - multinational corporation. Excellent written and oral communication skills. Excellent use of technology, such as SharePoint, document management systems, Excel, MS Word, etc. Prior tax-related project management experience a plus.
 
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Trust and Estates/Attorney/In House/Clive, Iowa
Refer job# TDSQ133540
 
Senior Trust Officer The candidate will be responsible for business development and administration of a book of business. Will serve as primary market leader for the Trust area. Participate in the development of new business from existing or prospective customers by advising clients, both individual and corporate, concerning the design and administration of corporate and individual trust accounts. Develop and maintain relationships with bank personnel to expand understanding of trust services and to stimulate referrals. Refer prospects to the bank or Wealth Management areas that may not meet the criteria of a Trust client. Maintain current understanding of laws and regulations as they relate to Probate, and Investment issues. Assist with providing leadership and support to a team of sales and service professionals in order to meet and exceed sales goals. Participate in civic and community affairs, functions, and organizations promoting a positive, involved community image for the bank and Perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned by management. Must have Bachelor Degree in relevant discipline with 5-7 years of trust experience with a successful track record of generating new business. Previous leadership and management experience is desired. Exceptional Interpersonal Skills are needed. Must have outstanding written and verbal communication skills. Thorough knowledge of tax, probate, fiduciary laws and practices is needed. CFTA, JD, CFA, CFP or other professional designation are must.
 
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Corporate/Counsel/In House/Mountain View, California
Refer job# EDAI133541
 
Associate Commercial Counsel Responsibilities: Review, draft and manage licenses and intellectual property agreements, advertising services agreements and contracts on a daily basis. Manage agreements that comply with company policies and risk tolerance. Respond promptly to legal requests from Licensing, Business Development, Advertising Sales, Marketing and other clients, summarizing and communicating legal concepts that business people can use. Advise business clients, as well as Finance and other company colleagues, on the legal issues and risks, approval processes, company policies and procedures, IP and business strategy. Support the continuous improvement of standard form agreements and legal processes.

Qualifications: JD degree or equivalent practical experience. Active and in good standing in one State Bar in the United States. 3-5 years of experience in business development, intellectual property matters and contract law. Experience advising clients in structuring complex commercial transactions. Knowledge and experience in multiple aspects of hardware operations. Extensive background in drafting services agreements, sales contracts, licenses and intellectual property agreements. Strong organizational skills and the ability to manage several simultaneous projects under deadline pressure. Superior English communication skills, both verbally and in writing.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia
Refer job# UZNF133542
 
Senior Manager, US State and Local Public Policy Duties: Will create, execute and manage state and local government affairs objectives. Will be responsible for engaging on state legislation, working with outside consultants, and interacting with trade associations. Will also help with local government outreach, and establish relationships with public officials in communities where we have existing facilities and planned development. Will manage a team of state and local policy managers that have a geographic focus of the northeast and southern US. Will work collaboratively with relevant business units, public relations, and the public policy team ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Will assess and anticipate certain public policy matters, oversee and coordinate external advocacy efforts, outreach programs, and key initiatives. Will work closely with the Director of State and Local Public Policy to develop strategic objectives and communicate them to business leaders.

Basic Qualification Requirements: A BA/BS degree. 8+ years of relevant experience with and a keen working understanding of the US state and local policymaking process and government relations. Ability to be both a substantive issue expert on matters related to Amazon s business and a manager of complex political relationships. Strong written and verbal communication skills and experience creating and effectively delivering factual, relevant and easily understandable talking points and other messaging. Experience in identifying and understanding key technical aspects pertaining to corporate operations in state and/or local political environments, understanding business implications, and synthesizing information for internal and external customers. Demonstrated work experience with companies, consultancies, trade associations, governmental agencies, or equivalent organization. Significant domestic travel as needed. Preferred Qualifications: Law Degree or relevant Master s degree. A proven track record of successfully working with a wide array of functional groups across an organization. Ability to think critically, process data from multiple sources, forecast potential scenarios, prioritize based on probability and desired outcome, and recommend a best course of action.
 
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Corporate/Attorney/In House/Washington, District of Columbia
Refer job# CHHG133543
 
Manager, US State Public Policy Duties: Will report to the Senior Manager of US State and Local Public Policy and work closely with other state and local policy team members. Will help create and execute state government affairs objectives. Will be responsible for engaging on state legislation, working with outside consultants, and interacting with trade associations. Will attend policymaker conferences and be responsible for building positive relationships. Will work collaboratively with relevant business, public relations, and legal teams to ensure alignment between business priorities and public policy goals. Will assess and anticipate public policy matters, oversee and coordinate external advocacy efforts, outreach programs, and key initiatives.

Basic Qualification Requirements: A BA/BS degree. 8+ years of relevant experience with and a keen working understanding of the US state and local policy making process and government relations. Experience in identifying and understanding key technical aspects pertaining to corporate operations in state and/or local political environments, understanding business implications, and synthesizing information for internal and external customers. Demonstrated work experience with companies, consultancies, trade associations, governmental agencies, or equivalent organization. Ability to be both a substantive issue expert on matters related to company's business and a manager of complex political relationships. Strong written and verbal communication skills and experience creating and effectively delivering factual, relevant and easily understandable talking points and other messaging. Significant domestic travel as needed. Preferred Qualifications: Law degree or relevant Master s degree. Ability to think critically, process data from multiple sources, forecast potential scenarios, prioritize based on probability and desired outcome, and recommend a best course of action.
 
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Employment,Litigation/Counsel/In House/Charlotte, North Carolina
Refer job# VFXD133544
 
Vice President / Associate Counsel Regulatory Investigations and Inquiry Duties: Will be primarily responsible for managing the firm s interactions with federal and state securities regulators as well as self-regulatory organizations (e.g., FINRA). In practice, this means serving as the principal point of contact in connection with regulatory examinations and investigations of the Firm and its associated persons. Will manage a variety of regulatory examinations and investigations with the support of one or more RII analysts under the attorney s supervision. On occasion, coordination with and management of outside counsel is required. Additional responsibilities include coordinating with the Regulatory Counseling staff in connection with the rendering of legal advice and counsel to the Firm and various business units relating to the application of federal, state and SRO rules and regulations, as well as coordination with the Litigation Group staff in connection with regulatory investigations and examinations that implicate threatened and actual litigation. Manage regulatory examinations and investigations involving the Firm and/or its associated persons. Responsibilities in this area include, among other things, evaluating legal and regulatory risk and exposure, reviewing draft written responses prepared by RII analysts, negotiating productions with regulators, and defending witnesses at testimony and during informal interviews. Coordinate with the Regulatory Counseling staff in connection with the rendering of legal advice and counsel to the Firm and various business units relating to the application of federal, state and SRO rules and regulations. Coordination with other groups in the Legal Department on issues, including the Litigation Group in connection with regulatory investigations and examinations that implicate threatened and actual litigation. Provide on-site counseling to branch office locations and home office business units during regulatory examinations and investigations. Serve as the Legal Department s representative to certain standing and ad hoc Firm committees, task forces, and working groups. Attend industry events and educational seminars focusing on regulatory developments and initiatives; maintain current practice knowledge through monitoring of industry related periodicals and other publications.

Qualification Requirements: A Juris Doctor degree. Licensed member of the Bar, in good standing, in the state in which the attorney is located. 10+ years of securities regulatory experience; prior employment with a federal, state or SRO securities regulator is highly desirable; prior in-house experience preferred. Clear communication and superior writing and analytical skills. Some travel may be required.
 
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