Leidos has a career opening for a Global Mobility Tax Analyst located in Reston, VA.
The job of the Global Mobility Tax Analyst will provide extensive support for line organizations involved with international contract work, specifically supporting individual expatriate employees. This position will work with third party vendors in multiple countries to administer foreign payrolls. The role will be responsible for establishing new shadow payrolls in emerging global markets and will assist Leidos subsidiaries with integration into existing Leidos payroll processes. The Global Mobility Tax Analyst will prepare regular monthly headcount and spending reports for upper management and maintain existing process and policy documents.
•Serve as an advisor to proposal/capture teams, line management, employees, and other departments regarding home and host country tax implications / issues
•Perform as Pay Master for specific global entities or in coordination with specific vendors and “home country” payroll offices
•Day-to-day operation and coordination of the Tax Equalization, Non-tax Equalized and Foreign Shadow Payroll programs
•Develop, update, interpret and monitor tax policies, procedures, guidelines, training and tools
•Manage and administer special projects, as assigned, to include foreign payroll audits, development of tools, resources, and internal training
•Coordinate with appropriate Service Delivery partners in preparing and reviewing: tax accruals, home and host country tax payments, hypothetical tax withholdings, tax equalization settlements, year-end reporting, etc.
•Lead, coordinate with external vendors, and administer internal Shadow Payroll and Tax Protection execution
•Provide contract proposal support through research of host country tax implications, available tax savings, and develop tax cost projections in compliance with corporate-wide pricing and contract requirements
•Create and process financial transactions such as foreign drafts, wire transfers, check requests, etc., related to departmental finances and accounting
•Develop and deliver tax briefings, service center financial processes and procedures, and other ad hoc training for client stakeholders
•Administer split payrolls, trust payroll banking, etc.
•Administer imputed income loads for non-cash expatriate allowance and incentive payments
•Build partnerships and a collaborative environment with a wide range of stakeholders
•Identify and promote compliance measures in order to mitigate / contain risk to the company while balancing organizational business needs
•Requires a bachelor’s degree and 2 - 4 years of related experience. Additional years’ experience may be used in lieu of a degree.
•Requires prior professional HR, Compensation or Benefits experience.
•Excellent judgment amp; decision-making ability; manage confidential/sensitive information
•Coordinate effectively with internal departments including Legal, Treasury, Finance, amp; Payroll as needed
•Understanding of HR issues and Employment law, Benefits and statutory entitlements for locations within cross border transferees; partnering with vendors where necessary
•Excellent judgment and decision-making ability
•Must have excellent written and oral communications skills, including the ability to effectively respond to Senior Management and expatriates with tact and diplomacy
•Flexibility, ability to work in a fast-paced environment with a demonstrated ability to manage multiple priorities
•Detail-oriented, logical, and methodological approach to problem solving
•Requires proficiency in MS Excel to analyze large amounts of complex data
•Ability to perform in a team environment as a team member or leader in a cross-functional team environment
•Prior experience with international taxation and expatriate assignments
•Prior experience with ADP