Tax/Attorney/In House/Findlay, Ohio

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
Tax Attorney
The candidate will work with members of the tax organization and other organizations of Marathon Petroleum Corporation and its subsidiaries in a number of different areas including corporate acquisition, divestiture and reorganization planning; identifying, developing and executing tax planning strategies; contract review; compliance with the tax rules and regulations; tax audits and assessments; and tax legal compliance. Consult with Business Development, Law, and other organizations to evaluate strategic acquisitions, disposals, mergers, reorganizations and joint ventures. Perform due diligence on target companies and assets to ensure tax risks are identified and minimized. Assist with the analysis of proposed and enacted tax legislation. Provide tax legal compliance support and advisory services for income taxes, motor fuel and excise taxes, property taxes, customs and trade, and sales and use taxes. Identify domestic tax risks, including the impact of business changes or legislative activity, and implement remediation solutions. Identify, develop and execute tax planning strategies. Respond to requests from tax governmental agencies; research and analyze tax legal resources such as statutes, regulations and court decisions (federal, foreign, state and local). Provide other tax legal support as necessary, including contract review. Study domestic and international tax laws and regulations to acquire and maintain a thorough understanding of the U.S. and/or foreign tax requirements applicable to the Company's operations; keeps abreast of significant changes and developments concerning such laws and regulations. A J.D. degree is required. 5+ years' corporate, tax and/or mergers and acquisitions experience preferred.
Application Deadline: 4/30/2014

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