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ProfileAssociate Tax Law Editor- International The candidate will perform simple to moderately complex tax analysis and tax writing, editing and updating for assigned publication(s). Perform all or some of the following, under general supervision, as assigned. Analyze simple to moderate complex tax developments and updates content by modifying, adding, or deleting content to reflect significance and impact of the developments. Edit content for a variety of tax research products, including the Tax Management Portfolios and other analytical content, as well as practitioner-authored articles for substantive accuracy, spelling, grammar, and format. Write summaries of simple to moderately complex tax developments for inclusion in news and development products. Respond to subscriber inquiries and communicates practice area developments and product knowledge to the marketing and product management teams. Review cases, legislation, regulations and other tax developments and identifies those that impact or alter existing analysis. Develop and maintains domain expertise, including knowledge of issues and developments, in assigned tax practice area. Participate in special projects and performs other duties as assigned. Current full-time professional employment in specific area of tax law (involving more than tax return preparation only or reporting only) may be considered in lieu of education; Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or CPA certification required with one basic tax course, and at least one other tax course in any of the following: state and local taxation, corporate tax, partnership tax, compensation planning, international taxation, or taxation of estates, gifts, and trusts. Should have 3+ years’ experience as a Tax Law Editor or equivalent editorial experience in tax law (involving more than reporting only). Experience in a tax-related position involving more than tax return preparation or reporting (e.g., law or accounting firm) is preferred; editorial experience in tax law (involving more than reporting only) is preferred; depending on the specific anticipated duties, foreign equivalent education will be accepted as a substitute. Must have experience in tax research, analysis and writing in federal and state regulatory, legislative, and judicial processes. Should have ability to carry out assigned research and writing projects within deadlines under general supervision. Must have basic editing and organizational skills. Should have ability to learn online publishing systems and other technical skills. Must have ability to interact effectively with colleagues, practitioner authors, sources, and others. Should have basic knowledge of current Federal, state, or foreign country tax law, including some specialized knowledge on assigned subject area.