Indirect Tax Manager II (Virtual Remote)

US Foods

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The Indirect Tax Manager will manage the indirect tax function, including the indirect tax analyst staff. Responsible for the preparation, review, payment, research, and audit defense of indirect tax filings.

This position has been segmented as 100% Virtual Remote meaning The work is completed 100% remote anywhere in the U.S. except Hawaii or United States Territories.


  • Manage indirect tax processes in a variety of areas, including sales and use tax, excise tax, fuel tax, business licenses and registrations, and unclaimed property
  • Responsible for maintaining due dates, meeting deadlines, and supervising the Indirect Tax Analysts on a variety of indirect tax compliance filings and projects
  • Responsible for the preparation, review, filing, payment, and accounting for 900+ monthly or quarterly indirect tax returns and an additional 1,000+ of annual indirect tax returns
  • Responsible for the development and training of the indirect tax analyst staff
  • Conduct research and provide advice to internal and external stakeholders on a variety of indirect tax matters
  • Coordinate the gathering of information in response to document requests from taxing authorities and support the management of related audits
  • Identify and implement process improvements related to indirect tax filings
  • Responsible for integration of systems and acquisitions into tax filing process
  • Assist with information gathering and implementation of tax savings opportunities
  • Provide advice to management to resolve issues and contribute knowledge of best practices
  • Other duties as assigned by manager

Supervision: Manages a team of at least 6 Indirect Tax Analysts



  • Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business or related analytical field required (or related experience)
  • MA/MBA preferred
  • Job relevant certifications preferred (e.g. CPA)

Related Experience/Requirements:

  • 7 years of relevant work experience required (in role or similar role)
  • Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of sales, use, excise, and fuel tax laws
  • Strong working knowledge of accounting and tax systems and processes
  • At least 3 year of experience leading projects, process improvements, and/or people preferred
  • Advanced skills using MS Office Suite (Excel, Word, Outlook, etc.)


  • Prioritization/Organization/Multi-tasking – Able to organize their own work and deadlines as well as assist others with their planning
  • Attention to Detail – Regularly provides work that is accurate, thorough and consistent. Reviews work of others for accuracy
  • Communications – Strong Verbal & Written communications. Communicating to a variety of audiences
  • Analytical – Strong analytical skills. Analyzes complex information
  • Problem Solving – Able to make accurate decisions and solve problems, many of which are complex, with little direction
  • Independent Thinking – Works independently on most assignments. Brings forward ideas for improvement
  • Team Participation – Collaborates well with team members and other work associates.  Will sometimes lead the team and others
  • Interpersonal – Has strong working relationships with others. Able to manage interactions with all levels of the organization
  • People Leadership – Assigns and oversees work of team members. Provides coaching and feedback to grow team members. Is a positive role model by setting examples for integrity, fairness and respect
  • Systems/Processes – Strong working knowledge of IT, integration into the business, and works to make processes more effective and efficient

The following information is provided in accordance with certain state and local laws. Compensation depends on experience, geographic locations, and other factors permitted by law.  In Colorado, the expected compensation for this role is between $91,100 and $121,500.  In New York, the expected compensation for this role is between $107,500 and $143,300. In California, the expected compensation for this role is between $102,100 and $136,200.  In Washington, the expected compensation for this role is between$102,100 and $136,200.  This role is also eligible for annual incentive plan bonus. Benefits for this role include health insurance, pre-tax spending accounts, retirement benefits, paid time off, short-term and long-term disability, employee stock purchase plan, and life insurance.  To review available benefits, please click here:



***EOE Race/Color/Religion/Sex/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity/National Origin/Protected Veteran/Disability Status***

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