Tax Manager


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Posted Date 6/21/2021

Reports to: Controller

Location: Remote USA, excluding Colorado


The Tax Manager has the skills, knowledge base and experience to not only maintain compliance with DMS’s financials, but also work towards improving the financial health of the organization and its investors.

Role Responsibilities

  • Review complex tax returns, including multi-state returns for business entities
  • Execute returns and filings.
  • Support all tax-related SEC disclosures for the Company’s 10-Q and 10-K
  • Respond to inquiries from the IRS, state, and other tax authorities
  • Partner with Finance and Accounting departments to analyze and document income tax accounting matters
  • Maintain relevant knowledge of tax laws
  • Monitor compliance with due dates and within budgets
  • Provide timely and accurate completion of the Quarterly & Annual Tax Provision, and Income Tax Returns
  • Drive continuous improvement of quarterly and annual provision processes
  • Act as a strong internal partner to the greater finance department, C-Suite Executives and the Board of Directors
  • Collaborate with Payroll on payroll taxation, 401(k) and proper state taxation
  • 5+ years Public Accounting experience
  • 5+ years of Tax experience required
  • CPA License Required
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting,
  • Proficient in corporate, partnership taxation
  • Proficient in NetSuite
  • Experience with Google Suite and Microsoft Office Suite
  • Ability to work well under deadlines and impeccable attention to detail
  • Excellent analytical, organizational, and project management skills, including proven ability to manage and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously
  • This position can be performed anywhere except Colorado


  • Masters in Taxation
  • Prior experience working with large, multi-state organizations
  • Experience working in a publicly traded organization
Candidates will be considered in totality of their skills and experience versus strict interpretation of “requirements.”

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