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Clark Construction is a general contractor with presence across the United States. Founded in 1906 our annual revenue exceeds $5 billion per year. We are a leader in Green Building and work in major market sectors. The company is driven by an entrepreneurial spirit and seeking a similarly minded tax professional to strengthen our tax team as the company continues to grow.
The candidate will be part of an in-house team responsible for all federal and state income tax reporting, planning, and audits. They provide state and local tax expertise in the form of tax research, compliance and audit management to fully support Executive and Operations teams. Additionally, Tax partners across the organization to ensure risks are mitigated and planning ideas are implemented.
The Tax Manager will work closely with the Director of Tax and outside service providers to ensure research, planning and compliance matters are handled accurately and professionally. Further the individual selected will represent Tax in cross functional initiatives including evaluation of “future state” processes and systems, new lines of business, entity structuring and other special projects. Staff mentoring is also key.
Clark Construction Group, LLC, (subsidiaries and affiliates) is an equal employment opportunity (“EEO”) employer. All hiring and employment decisions are made without regard to a person’s race, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, veteran status and any other status or characteristic covered by an applicable federal, state or local EEO law. An employer may not require or demand as a condition of employment, prospective employment or continued employment that an individual submit to or take a lie detector or similar test. An employer who violates this law is guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a fine not to exceed $100.