Tax & Transfer Pricing Manager

Accounting & Finance ATLANTA, Georgia


Position at Genuine Parts Company

The Transfer Pricing and Tax Manager is responsible for the Company’s international tax compliance and intercompany transactions that impact the areas noted below. Ensures compliance with international transfer pricing rules and prepares/maintains pricing documentation, country-specific reporting, and regulatory requirements.

  • Effective Tax Rate
  • Management and Statutory reporting
  • Provision and compliance related calculations
  • Indirect tax (e.g., VAT)
  • Organizational structure and internal controls

  • Assist in the Implementation of the organization's tax strategy optimizing tax planning while ensuring it complies with all relevant local and international tax laws and regulations
  • Collaboratively engage across multiple business functional groups including Operations, Finance, and Tax to facilitate the proper documentation and recording of regulatory and compliant intercompany transactions in an efficient and effective manner
  • Advise management on tax matters and the potential impact of laws and regulations to the organization’s operational activities
  • Maintain and build ongoing relationships with external consultants and advisors to ensure the organization maintains best in class standards
  • Manage foreign and U.S. tax reporting and compliance; coordinate audits; address notices/inquires with various tax authorities
  • Develop reporting solutions or scenario models for reporting and analytics
  • Ability to define future state intercompany and transfer pricing processes
  • Ability to design and implement internal controls for transfer pricing processes
  • Supports U.S and foreign tax return preparation
  • Transfer pricing support regarding management fees, royalty arrangements and other cross‐border activities
  • Monitor and evaluate the consequences of changes in federal and international law applicable to the business
  • Analyze the transfer pricing impacts of potential acquisitions and international mergers
  • Understanding of internal controls, documentation, and testing procedures
This new role in the Company will play a critical role maintaining tax planning initiatives for all relevant local and international tax laws and regulations. This is a unique opportunity with an extraordinary Fortune 200 company.

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Finance and 5-6+ years of tax experience within a public accounting and/or multinational public company environment
  • Strong understanding of financial accounting and economic related concepts
  • Working knowledge of U.S./Foreign tax laws and transfer pricing concepts
  • Strong MS Office and PeopleSoft knowledge preferred
  • Effective written communication and time management skills
  • Pragmatic based approach to maintaining multiple work streams across numerous partners/contractors in a collaborative team‐based environment
  • CPA Certification preferred

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.