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September 21, 2023

Accountingfly Featured Job of the Week: International Senior Tax Manager With Armanino

Accountingfly's featured job this week is an International Senior Tax Manager with Armanino, LLP in San Jose, California.

Position: International Senior Tax Manager
Location: San Jose, CA
Employer: Armanino
Requirements: 7+ years tax experience; CPA license in California; experience in international tax matters

Armanino has the dynamic culture of a startup, with the stability and reputation of a 60-year-old company. The reasons for starting your career at Armanino have much to do with where you want to end up. At Armanino, you determine your career path. This means it's possible to pursue challenges you are passionate about, in industries you care about. We want to help you achieve growth by giving you access to a network of smart and supportive people, willing to listen to your ideas.

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