General Attorney (Tax) Senior Technician Reviewer (Corporate Branch 4)
Internal Revenue Service - Washington, DC

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DUTIES
As Senior Technician Reviewer, serves as a technical expert with respect to the functions and subject areas assigned to the Branch. Subject areas for which the Branch is responsible involve the following specialty areas of tax law: corporate reorganization and corporation-shareholder issues, redemptions, liquidations, spin-offs, transfers to controlled corporations, corporate bankruptcies, and consolidated returns. Acts as a legal and technical consultant to the Branch Chief, Deputy Associate Chief Counsel, Associate Chief Counsel, and as assigned, to other officials in the Office of Chief Counsel on some of the most difficult, important, and complex professional legal and policy matters concerned with the work of the Branch, or which may affect the work of other Branches of the office, or other components of the Chief Counsel's Office. The Senior Technician Reviewer performs detailed and extensive research on complicated legal problems and the development of recommendations as to the positions to be taken by the Branch and the Office; considers questions which have broad legal ramifications and renders appropriate decisions; as necessary, participates in the resolution of some of the most complex technical problems presented by the taxpayers and their representatives and provides important technical support to the IRS in a variety of contexts including exam, appeals and litigation.
QUALIFICATIONS
The minimum qualifications for this position are: 1) Candidates must have graduated from an ABA accredited law school and be admitted to practice law before the highest court of a state or territory of the United States; the District of Columbia; or the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. 2) To meet specialized experience at the GS-15 grade level - applicant must have 1 year of specialized experience at the equivalent to the GS-14 level. Specialized Experience: Thorough and comprehensive knowledge of Internal Revenue and Federal tax laws and regulations, and decisions applicable thereto, particularly as they relate to business and corporate reorganization and corporation-shareholder issues, redemptions, liquidations, spin-offs, transfers to controlled corporations, corporate bankruptcies, and consolidated returns.

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