September 29, 2022

Featured Job of the Week: Remote International Tax Accountant with HPC

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Our featured job this week is a Remote International Tax Accountant with HPC.

Position:

Remote International Tax Accountant

Location:

Remote

Employer:

HPC

Requirements:

Experience with international tax issues required; Excellent communication skills – both verbal and written; Ability to work with different clients and teams; Ability to learn in a fast-paced environment; Self-directed and can manage multiple priorities with deadlines; Able to work flexible hours due to calls both early AM and early PM; ; Experience with cloud-based tools and generally tech-savvy; Experience with leading tax software, CCH ProFX Foundation or Axcess preferred.

About the role at HPC:

Our global partners and relationships have created a unique situation where the majority of our new client growth are in-bound companies. HPC needs an experienced tax advisor to introduce arriving companies to US tax and guide these companies as part of the group we call “Global Small and Medium Business.”

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