Accountant - Sales Tax

Michaels Stores, Inc.

Irving, Texas

Date Posted November 23, 2022
Industry Tax
Specialty Not Specified
Job Status Not Specified
Salary Not Specified


Support Center - Irving
For nearly 50 years, Michaels has been the destination where Makers get inspired, learn, shop, and create. We strive to cultivate an inclusive shopping environment for all Makers and work environment for all Team Members, providing a place of belonging and empowering everyone to bring their creative dreams to life. At Michaels, every Team Member is encouraged to hone their craft with opportunities for personal and professional growth. From our Stores and Distribution Centers to Artistree and our Support Center, our best-in-class team is passionate about leaving the world a better, more creative place by contributing to every “make”.

Michaels is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are here for all Team Members and all Makers to create, innovate and be better together. Sales Tax Accountant is responsible for all sales and use tax duties for assigned U.S. States and Canada. Includes reporting, audits, exemption certificates, business licenses, unclaimed property, W-9’s and special projects.

Major Activities
Account Reconciliations – (Other than Non Reserve Account)
Audit Support
Business Licenses, Including New Store Set Up
eCommerce Analysis / JE
Exemption Certificate Maintenance – Customer & Vendor
Monthly Tax File Maintenance
Monthly SUT Processes / JE’s
SUT Group Email Processing
W-9’s to Vendors
Special Projects

Other duties as assigned

Minimum Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
Minimum Special Certifications or technical skills
Strong computer skills including working knowledge of Oracle and Excel

Minimum Type of experience the job requires
2 – 4 years of job-related experience
Account Reconciliation experience

Preferred Knowledge/Skills/Abilities
Preferred Education
BS Accounting or Finance

Preferred Type of experience the job requires
Sales and Use Tax Compliance experience for multiple states and Canada preferred

Applicants in the U.S. must satisfy federal, state, and local legal requirements of the job.