Trajector Inc.

Tax Manager

Location US-Remote
ID 2024-1678
MG - Management
Position Type


One Trajector. One Mission.


Trajector is where purpose meets progress. We specialize in developing medical evidence that becomes the compass our clients rely on while navigating the intricate terrain of disability benefits. Our calling is clear: to make a real difference, infuse passion, and enhance the quality of life for the disabled community. As part of our global community, you'll join a team of over 1,500 dedicated individuals, each contributing their unique talents to streamline the path to benefits. Urgency propels us, data empowers us, and every step is tailored to ensure those with disabilities access their rightful compensation. Join us in shaping stories of transformation, one life at a time.

Job Overview

The Tax Manager will be responsible for analyzing, preparing, and reviewing all aspects of US and international tax compliance to ensure timely, complete, and accurate compliance and financial reporting and for a prominent role in global tax planning and tax examination defense. The Company currently operates in Unites States, India, and Philippines. This position will report to the VP - Corporate Controller.

About Our Perks, Compensation, & Benefits

  • Competitive salary ranging from $125,000 - $135,000 per year with total compensation ranging from $145,000 - $155,000.  
  • Medical, dental, vision, 401k program, and MORE!
  • Paid time off, including seven (7) federal holidays plus two (2) flex holidays for DEI
  • Joining a rapidly growing organization


  • Responsible for analyzing, preparing, and reviewing all aspects of U.S. international tax compliance to ensure timely, complete, and accurate compliance including the completion of all applicable forms, tax return disclosures and elections related to foreign operations and all other required international tax filings.
  • Responsible for maintaining earnings and profits calculations of non-US subsidiaries. foreign tax credit calculations and substantiation for purposes of the US tax return income sourcing and allocation and apportionment of expenses for purposes of the foreign tax credit utilization.
  • Responsible for US GAAP income tax reporting requirements under ASC740 including quarterly income tax forecasts, annual budgeted income tax provisions relating to Subpart F income inclusion and foreign tax credit utilization.
  • As direct liaison with the company’s independent accounting firm, responsible for the timely preparation and filing of federal and state income tax, franchise tax and annual business reports
  • Review of all of the company’s tax filings for any potential tax savings
  • Review of foreign entity provision reporting packages, handling income tax accounting and provisions. Reviewing financial data for proper application of tax laws.
  • Collaboration with business units to proactively identify and research international tax planning opportunities and evaluation of the tax effect and implications of international business initiatives, contemplated transactions, and business proposals. Prominent role in modeling global tax planning and tax strategy development, implementation and maintenance of the Company’s consolidated effective tax rate and cash tax position.
  • Preparation of supporting US and Foreign income tax examination information or document requests.
  • Representation of and advocacy for McCormick positions with revenue authorities.
  • Active monitoring of legislative, regulatory, and judicial changes that impact McCormick’s tax planning, compliance, and audit positions, including developing and scenario modeling and periodic reviews of tax issues that may have an impact on the Company.


  • Authorized to work in the United States and not require work authorization sponsorship by our company for this position now or in the future.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Finance (including Tax), Master’s in Taxation or MBA.
  • CPA certification.
  • 5+ years’ experience with tax compliance, audit, and accounting issues.
  • International tax experience preferred. 
  • Broad understanding of US federal income tax regulations, including Global Intangible Low-Taxed Income (GILTI) regulations and applications.
  • Experience in preparing complex US federal corporate and partnership income tax returns.
  • Experience in preparing and filing state income tax returns, franchise and annual business returns for corporate and pass-through entities.
  • Strong understanding of Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Excellent time management and organizational ability.
  • Ability to multitask and meet constant deadlines.
  • Strong project management and people management skills
  • Excellent quantitative skills, proficiency with Excel
  • Strong tax research, analytical and writing skills.
  • 10% Travel.
  • Minimum internet speed of 25 Download/10 Upload.

EEO Statement

Trajector is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/LGBTQ employer.


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