EY is currently seeking experienced Seasonal Tax Professionals for the fall through our Winter/Spring 2023 Tax Season. EY's Seasonal Tax Professionals work within the Real Estate Partnership Tax Practice providing support during our busiest periods. The anticipated Winter/Spring 2023 Tax Seasonal time frame is January through April, with some variability depending on the need of the firm and the role of the Seasonal employee. We have multiple needs for Seasonal Tax Professionals to join our teams at various rank-equivalents in Senior-level and Manager-level roles. EY's Seasonal Tax Professionals are paid an hourly rate, and receive over-time pay. Most teams average 40 -50 hours/week during busy season- specific expectations around hours are discussed during the interview process for each role. This role is able to be worked remotely from within the United States, with preference for candidates located around the New York/Boston area with interest in coming into an EY office.
Responsibilities by Role
- Senior-Level Tax Seasonal Professional Responsibilities: Prepare documents, Provide first/second level reviews
- Manager-Level Tax Seasonal Professional Responsibilities: Review and sign off on work performed by team
- A bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or a related discipline
- A minimum of 3 years of relevant experience, Big 4 or mid-tier firm experience preferred
- Knowledge in partnership tax technical and transactional skills. Preference for experience with real estate tax technical and transaction skills, including: partnership taxation, REIT taxation and qualification, partnership allocations, tax compliance, due diligence, or acquisition/disposition planning and structuring.
- A proven record of excellence in a professional services or tax organization
- Technical writing and research experience in a tax context
- The ability to prioritize when working on multiple complex projects
- Influencing skills, and the confidence to question existing processes
- CPA qualification, or be a member of a state bar. (Required only for those performing certain duties at Manager Level)
Key terms: Partnership Tax, 1065, REIT, Real Estate Investment Trust, Tax Compliance, Partnership Allocations, Apportionment, K1, Schedule K-1, 1120-REIT, Partnership Agreement