Sunday, January 29, 2006
The IRS is seeking to fill the Associate Chief Counsel (International) position. The Associate Chief Counsel (International) is responsible for providing top quality legal advice and support services on Federal tax matters (technical and litigation) involving international taxpayers and multinational organizations.
Major Duties: The Associate Chief Counsel (INTL) consults closely with the Internal Revenue Service's Commissioner, Large and Mid-Size Business (LMSB), in determining strategies, plans, and designs for a comprehensive, customer-oriented, national tax administration program to meet the needs of international taxpayers and practitioners. Serves as senior legal advisor and expert consultant to the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, Commissioner (LMSB), other Division Commissioners, the Chief Counsel, Division Counsel (LMSB), other Division Counsel, and other top ranking IRS and Treasury officials on the civil, criminal, litigation and any other legal matters of the Internal Revenue Service as they pertain to foreign and international issues. He/She represents these officials on sensitive and controversial legal matters related to these areas. Works closely with the Commissioner, Chief Counsel and Deputy Commissioner (LMSB) in formulating short and long range program policies, strategies and objectives to implement overall IRS strategy and vision. Participates in the integrated policies, programs, systems and strategies that effectively provide superior customer service and ensure fairness and equity in the enforcement of the office?s delivery of service and accountability to taxpayers. Provides strategic management and oversight of the Advance Pricing Program.
Salary: $109,808 - $165,200.
Application Deadline: February 10, 2006.
For more information, see here.