Tax - General Attorney in Seattle, WA
RSM US LLP. | Seattle, WA, United States
Industry: Legal | Type: Full-Time
Posted Date: Jan 16, 2021
Experience: 8 Years
Practice Areas: Tax, Tax - General
Qualifications: Qualifications: Bachelor s degree in Accounting. CPA, JD Degree, LLM, or EA. 8+ years of public accounting experience or equivalent in law firms or industry. Must be able to support financial growth efforts and manage a book of business. Experience with Partnerships. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Preferred Qualifications: A proven record of simultaneously managing multiple projects and engagement teams for various clients. Project management and critical thinking skills. Ability to generate new business and extend service opportunities.
Tax Senior Manager
Duties: Serve as a Career Advisor, mentor or coach to one or more employees, which will include providing honest and timely performance feedback . Train and develop staff members. Work on multiple complex issues while communicating in a non-technical manner to facilitate communication between the client and the service team while managing the risk for both the client and the firm. Lead and manage the business relationship of complex engagements with a focus on high-value quality tax advice and seek to expand services to clients. Drive growth and profitability of industry/specialty area by generating new revenue on existing client portfolio, cross selling and new clients for the tax practice . Interact directly with clients handling questions, planning, consulting, etc. . Serving as Tax client service coordinator while developing and executing the firm s client service plan. Reviewing research findings and ensure conclusions are consistent with firm policies and professional standards. Build relationships across lines of business to ensure excellent client service through an integrated service approach. Manage corporate client needs with respect to tax services and federal and state tax compliance. Remain up-to-date on current tax practices and changes in tax law.