Candidate will: Provide US tax advice to multi-national corporations on sophisticated cross-border tax issues, as well as high-net worth individuals and families in their personal business endeavors. Strong academic credentials (JD Degree required; LLM is a plus). Admitted to, and in good standing with the State Bar of New York is required. 3+ years’ experience in a law firm’s tax group or large accounting firm’s tax consulting practice. Experience working on a variety of closely held company, investment and joint venture matters, including corporate governance matters and transactions (real estate, M&A, private equity and fund work) on either the buyer or seller side, manager or investor side. Experience drafting partnership and operating agreements and associated governance documents a plus. Substantive experience advising clients in diverse tax issues, including integrated federal, state, international, estate and gift taxes. Strong drafting, writing, research and communication skills. Experience with Excel and PowerPoint a plus. Experience with insurance, financial products, and taxation of compensation arrangements a plus. Experience with international cross-border tax structuring (inbound and outbound, including working knowledge of Subpart F, PFIC, permanent establishment, tax treaties and other significant tax areas). Other areas of interest include: Reference to “limitation on benefits tests” in connection with treaties. Inbound and outbound US federal and state nexus and “doing business” issues. Debt obligations, promissory notes, debt/equity analysis, and financial instruments. Familiarity with fund structures (private equity, venture, hedge, real estate) and associated taxation. Desire to work directly with clients and coordinate with intermediaries, with a goal of establishing and maintaining long-term productive relationships. Strong project management, ability to balance a large number of competing priorities. Attention to detail. Team Player.