This position is responsible for
maintaining the corporation's tangible assets unencumbered by tax liens with the least possible economic expenditure.
Position involves complete property tax compliance within a geographic and functional area with integrated of local governmental relations.
Review AFE's internal accounting records, project engineering data property acquisition and dispositions, etc.
Represents the corporation in negotiations with local and state taxing authorities, appraisers, appraisal firms and reviewing boards to insure a fair and equitable valuation of corporation's property.
Review state and local tax laws and become acquainted with the local customs and financial structure of all jurisdictions.
Register complaints and protests with reviewing boards to secure adjustments or corrections of property tax assessments. Responsible for ensuring timely and accurate filing of personal property returns and property tax payments.
Collect data and conduct research studies to ascertain that the company's properties are being assessed at comparable assessment rations with similar and also with other types of property in the same district.
High School diploma or equivalent required.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting preferred. A minimum of eight years professional property tax compliance and appraisal or tax accounting experience required. Supervisory experience preferred.
Ability to operate a computer using database management tools, spreadsheets, etc. is required. Ability to recognize data improprieties, in relation to the output of an automated system is required. Negotiation skills and comprehensive knowledge of property taxes and their relationship to the corporation required.
An understanding of the corporate enterprise and its influence on valuation is required.
Valero is an Equal Opportunity Employer