Texas Instruments Tax Specialist in Shanghai, China

Job ID 19350BR

Job Posting Title Tax Specialist

Job Description Key responsibilities:

• Monthly, quarterly and annual VAT, CIT and other tax filing with high quality of accuracy

• Accountable for US GAAP to PRC GAAP adjustments, PRC GAAP to local tax adjustments

• Responsible for statutory audits and preparation of statutory financial reports

• Maintain high quality of tax accounts; monitor and analyze tax related account balances

• Assist to prepare the Transfer Pricing documentations and cope with the solutions to eliminate potential TP risks

• Assist to the preparation of Bilateral APA application

• Be responsible for tax audits and internal tax health check to identify tax compliance issues with effective solutions

• Assist to the application of tax exemptions, tax incentives, tax savings and other subsidies.

• Accountable for statistical reports requested by various government authorities

• Support on M&A projects, including incorporation and liquidation of legal entities

• Quick adaptation to changes in tax laws or business models, identify the potential tax impact, research and provide tax advisory as a business partner

• Other ad hoc tax and finance related tasks assigned by management

Qualification & experience:

• Bachelor degree or above in taxation/accounting/finance related major

• Minimum 3 yrs.+ tax advisory experience in accounting or consultancy firm is a must (big 4 or top tax advisory firm is preferred), MNC tax advisory experience is a plus

• CTA, CPA or ACCA is preferred but not a must

• Familiar with US GAAP, PRC GAAP and local tax laws, regulations and policies

• Knowledge of international tax and Hong Kong tax is a plus

Other skills:

• Advanced English written and spoken skills

• Proficient level of excel and PPT, experience in SAP is preferred

• Good presentation, communication and interpersonal skills

• Cooperation and teamwork

• Be able to work independently and under pressure

• Attention to details

• Creditable, reliable and responsible

Job Opening Type Experienced Professional

Minimum Education Level Bachelor's Level Degree

Related Field(s) of Study



Minimum Years of Experience 3

Regular / Temporary Regular

Full-time / Part-time Full-Time

Country China

Job Location(s) China-Shanghai

Virtual / Telecommute No

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