ConocoPhillips Tax Analyst in ALBERTA, Canada
Title: Tax Analyst
Location: NORTH AMERICA-CANADA-ALBERTA-CALGARY
Job Number: 00SRO
ConocoPhillips is the world’s largest independent exploration and production (E&P) company, based on proved reserves and production of liquids and natural gas. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, we had operations and activities in 17 countries, approximately 11,100 employees worldwide and total assets of $71 billion as of Sept. 30, 2018.
We are focused on exploring for, developing and producing crude oil and natural gas globally. Our diverse portfolio primarily includes resource-rich North American unconventional assets; oil sands assets in Canada; lower-risk legacy assets in North America, Europe, Asia and Australia; several international developments across the portfolio; and an inventory of global conventional and unconventional exploration prospects.
In Canada, we can trace our history back over 110 years. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, our world-class portfolio includes the Surmont oil sands project in the Athabasca region of northeastern Alberta and exciting opportunities in the liquids-rich Montney play in northeast British Columbia. Our production averaged 62,000 barrels of oil equivalent in 2017 when adjusted for the impact of asset dispositions, and proved reserves were 300 million barrels of oil equivalent.
Our story demonstrates our commitment to the community, our innovative approach to technology and our adaptability during the changes faced by our industry. We believe that diverse opinions, ideas and perspectives are what fuels innovation, and we reinforce this belief throughout our company. Our workforce represents the international communities in which we live and work, bringing together talented people from a variety of backgrounds and experiences. Consistent with our focus on excellence, ConocoPhillips continues to discover and develop best practices in diversity and inclusion – for the good of our enterprise, our employees, our vendors and our communities.
Reporting to the Director, Income Tax Compliance, Audits & Appeals, this position is responsible for supporting a variety of domestic and cross-border tax functions that are the responsibility of the Canada income tax group, including: (i) domestic tax compliance; (ii) cross-border and international compliance, including T1134s, T106s and country-by-country reporting; (iii) withholding tax compliance and advice; (iv) responding to CRA audit queries and proposals; (v) participating in tax appeal and litigation matters; and (vi) researching and advising on various domestic and cross-border tax matters.
As a member of a high-performing tax team of experts, dealing with interesting and complex issues, the Tax Analyst must have a great attitude, and a desire to contribute, and collaborate within the team and across the organization.
Domestic Tax Compliance
Preparation of corporate, partnership and treaty-based tax returns
Research and analysis related to domestic tax compliance
Preparation of contemporaneous documentation required by tax legislation to support the pricing of cross-border transactions
Completion of related compliance (e.g. T106 information returns)
Validation and analysis of information required for global country-by-country reporting of global allocation of revenues
Working with US Tax colleagues on preparation of country-by-country reports required by Canadian and U.S. tax legislation
Analyzing transactions with non-residents and determining withholding tax obligations
Ensuring accurate and timely payment of withholding taxes
Withholding tax compliance (T4A and NR4 reporting))
Providing support & advice on withholding tax implications of cross-border arrangements
CRA Audit & Appeals Matters
Responding to CRA audit inquiries and proposals
Assistance with drafting and filing Notices of Objection
Bachelor of Commerce or similar post-graduate degree
Valid accounting designation (CA, CPA)
5-10 years relevant tax experience, with experience ininternational tax and/or transfer pricing
Excellent technical analysis and research skills
Knowledge of the commercial, legal and financial aspects of aninternational (preferably oil & gas) business
Completed the CPA Canada (or CICA) In-Depth Tax Course
Ability and willingness to keep abreast of relevant changes in taxlaw and adapt processes and deliverables accordingly
Ability to communicate effectively (both oral and written) with allstakeholders (including team, business, advisors and auditors) to ensurecollaboration, understanding and resolution of complex issues
Ability to develop trusting relationships with the team and businessin order to ensure tax considerations on projects and transactions areaddressed
In order tobe considered for this position you must complete the entire applicationprocess, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing youreSignature on or before the requisition closing date of August 21, 2019.
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ConocoPhillipsis an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job Function: Accounting, Finance, Auditing, and Tax
Job Level: Individual Contributor/Staff Level
Line of Business: CONOCOPHILLIPS CANADA
Title: Tax Analyst