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Manager, Transfer Pricing

TELUS

TELUS

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Toronto, ON, Canada · Toronto, ON, Canada · United States
Posted on Wednesday, January 31, 2024

Manager, Transfer Pricing

Location:

Toronto, ON, CA, M5J 2V5 Montréal, QC, CA Calgary, AB, CA Vancouver, BC, CA Edmonton, AB, CA

Req ID: 38930
Jobs by Category: People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs
Job Function: Finance
Status: Full Time
Schedule: Regular

Join our team

We are a group of dedicated professionals providing critical expertise and support to the various entities and business units within TELUS. As trusted advisors, we participate in complex business transactions with insights and recommendations that influence decisions made by stakeholders and senior leaders.

We are practical and creative, providing innovative solutions to resolve complex problems. Our team takes pride in driving operational excellence, best practices, and optimum results which contribute to business growth and exceptional customer and team member experiences.

Here’s the impact you’ll make and what we’ll accomplish together

As a Manager, Transfer Pricing, you will participate in the development of global operating strategies to improve operational efficiencies, ensure compliance with transfer pricing tax laws, and manage transfer pricing aspects of tax audits. You will monitor global transfer pricing developments and implement changes to ensure timely compliance with new legislation.

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Transfer Pricing, the Manager, Transfer Pricing, is responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing planning, compliance support and monitoring for the TELUS group and its multiple business lines (including TELUS Health, TELUS International, and others).

Here's How

The Manager, Transfer Pricing will be responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing including:

  • Management of transfer pricing studies (managing budgets, liaising with external advisors and internal stakeholders, etc.) and preparing documentation to meet contemporaneous documentation requirements in each country
  • Collaborate with business units through functional interviews and maintain communication with operational management across different business lines to offer transfer pricing guidance for various business opportunities and transactions as needed
  • Develop and maintain intercompany agreements in collaboration with the Legal team
  • Overseeing and reviewing the local country documentation / reporting prior to filing with the tax authorities (where applicable)
  • Global reporting under the OECD / BEPS framework including management of Master File Preparation process (filing is done in Canada by TELUS), Country-by-Country Reporting, and Local File preparation and notification requirements for all TELUS group companies
  • Supporting the transfer pricing component of income tax audits
  • Quarterly transfer pricing reviews / risk assessments in support of the tax provision process and compliance with SOX
  • Working with the business unit, finance and the legal team members to ensure appropriate development and implementation of intercompany transfer pricing strategies and agreements among group companies
  • Reviewing and monitoring compliance including review of intercompany charges to ensure compliance with relevant laws and arm’s length pricing established by external studies; acting as a resource for questions related to intragroup functions and risk attribution
  • Working with the treasury group to ensure intragroup financing is implemented with terms and conditions that comply with relevant laws and the arm’s length standard; managing external studies to support documentation requirements and monitor compliance
  • Supporting business processes including collaboration with other stakeholders in the design of contracting strategies and appropriate intragroup pricing for new customers, lines of business and service offerings
  • Monitoring international transfer pricing principles and practices to ensure timely adoption of changes
  • Responsible for process improvement and standardization of transfer pricing documentation to facilitate timely compliance while addressing documentation requirements which vary by country

You’re the missing piece of the puzzle

  • A self-starter, motivated and able to work independently
  • Recognized for your experience in managing projects and ability to work collaboratively with others
  • Valued for your 3 to 5 years of tax experience with 3+ years spent working in a transfer pricing role
  • Known for your experience in dealing with transfer pricing audits
  • Recognized for your excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Appreciated for your enthusiasm in embracing challenges and ability to learn new skills in response to changes in the business and regulatory environments
  • Well organized and able to prioritize tasks and work on multiple files / projects

Must-haves

  • An undergraduate degree in Commerce, Accounting and/or a professional designation - Canadian CPA or equivalent
  • Demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of technical transfer pricing and international tax concepts, including the ability to review benchmarking analysis, update annual local files and master file, analyze intercompany transaction data, and effectively communicate these technical aspects to management through written and/or oral communication on a regular basis
  • Proficiency in working with financial and tax software; capable in Microsoft Suite, Google Workspace and other common software applications (tax preparation software, tax research databases)

Salary Range: $96,000-$144,000
Performance Bonus or Sales Incentive Plan: 15%

Actual total compensation will be determined based on factors such as knowledge, skills, performance and experience. In addition, TELUS offers rewarding benefits, which may vary per job function, such as:

  • Comprehensive total rewards package highlighting competitive salary and bonus structures, minimum 3 weeks of vacation, and flexible benefits plan to meet the needs of you and your family
  • Flexibility to work in-office, virtually or a combination of both
  • Generous company matched pension and share purchase programs
  • Opportunity to give back to communities in which we work, live and serve
  • Career growth and learning & development opportunities to develop your skills
  • And much more …

Please note that the compensation shown in the job posting is effective January 2023 and may be subject to change in 2024.

A bit about us

We’re a people-focused, customer-first, purpose-driven team who works together every day to innovate and do good. We improve lives through our technology solutions and foster a culture of innovation that empowers team members to solve complex problems and create remarkable human outcomes in a digital world.

You’ll find our engaging, high-performance culture personally fulfilling, professionally challenging, and financially rewarding. We’re committed to diversity and equitable access to employment opportunities based on ability. Your unique contributions and talents will be valued and respected here. When you join our team, you’re helping us make the future friendly.

Note for Quebec candidates: if knowledge of English is required for this position, it is because the team member will be asked, on a regular basis, to interact in English with external or internal parties or to use English applications or software as part of their tasks.

People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs

Across People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs, we are the diverse and talented team responsible for making sure TELUS is managed as a world-leading organization. ​

We are honoured to be recognized

82%
2023 engagement score

140,000+
Team members worldwide

12
# of years voted One of Canada’s Best Corporate Citizens

Accessibility

TELUS is proud to foster an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We are committed to fair employment practices and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.

We offer accommodation for applicants with disabilities, as required, during the recruitment process.

Manager, Transfer Pricing

Location:

Toronto, ON, CA, M5J 2V5 Montréal, QC, CA Calgary, AB, CA Vancouver, BC, CA Edmonton, AB, CA

Req ID: 38930
Jobs by Category: People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs
Job Function: Finance
Status: Full Time
Schedule: Regular

Join our team

We are a group of dedicated professionals providing critical expertise and support to the various entities and business units within TELUS. As trusted advisors, we participate in complex business transactions with insights and recommendations that influence decisions made by stakeholders and senior leaders.

We are practical and creative, providing innovative solutions to resolve complex problems. Our team takes pride in driving operational excellence, best practices, and optimum results which contribute to business growth and exceptional customer and team member experiences.

Here’s the impact you’ll make and what we’ll accomplish together

As a Manager, Transfer Pricing, you will participate in the development of global operating strategies to improve operational efficiencies, ensure compliance with transfer pricing tax laws, and manage transfer pricing aspects of tax audits. You will monitor global transfer pricing developments and implement changes to ensure timely compliance with new legislation.

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Transfer Pricing, the Manager, Transfer Pricing, is responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing planning, compliance support and monitoring for the TELUS group and its multiple business lines (including TELUS Health, TELUS International, and others).

Here's How

The Manager, Transfer Pricing will be responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing including:

  • Management of transfer pricing studies (managing budgets, liaising with external advisors and internal stakeholders, etc.) and preparing documentation to meet contemporaneous documentation requirements in each country
  • Collaborate with business units through functional interviews and maintain communication with operational management across different business lines to offer transfer pricing guidance for various business opportunities and transactions as needed
  • Develop and maintain intercompany agreements in collaboration with the Legal team
  • Overseeing and reviewing the local country documentation / reporting prior to filing with the tax authorities (where applicable)
  • Global reporting under the OECD / BEPS framework including management of Master File Preparation process (filing is done in Canada by TELUS), Country-by-Country Reporting, and Local File preparation and notification requirements for all TELUS group companies
  • Supporting the transfer pricing component of income tax audits
  • Quarterly transfer pricing reviews / risk assessments in support of the tax provision process and compliance with SOX
  • Working with the business unit, finance and the legal team members to ensure appropriate development and implementation of intercompany transfer pricing strategies and agreements among group companies
  • Reviewing and monitoring compliance including review of intercompany charges to ensure compliance with relevant laws and arm’s length pricing established by external studies; acting as a resource for questions related to intragroup functions and risk attribution
  • Working with the treasury group to ensure intragroup financing is implemented with terms and conditions that comply with relevant laws and the arm’s length standard; managing external studies to support documentation requirements and monitor compliance
  • Supporting business processes including collaboration with other stakeholders in the design of contracting strategies and appropriate intragroup pricing for new customers, lines of business and service offerings
  • Monitoring international transfer pricing principles and practices to ensure timely adoption of changes
  • Responsible for process improvement and standardization of transfer pricing documentation to facilitate timely compliance while addressing documentation requirements which vary by country

You’re the missing piece of the puzzle

  • A self-starter, motivated and able to work independently
  • Recognized for your experience in managing projects and ability to work collaboratively with others
  • Valued for your 3 to 5 years of tax experience with 3+ years spent working in a transfer pricing role
  • Known for your experience in dealing with transfer pricing audits
  • Recognized for your excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Appreciated for your enthusiasm in embracing challenges and ability to learn new skills in response to changes in the business and regulatory environments
  • Well organized and able to prioritize tasks and work on multiple files / projects

Must-haves

  • An undergraduate degree in Commerce, Accounting and/or a professional designation - Canadian CPA or equivalent
  • Demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of technical transfer pricing and international tax concepts, including the ability to review benchmarking analysis, update annual local files and master file, analyze intercompany transaction data, and effectively communicate these technical aspects to management through written and/or oral communication on a regular basis
  • Proficiency in working with financial and tax software; capable in Microsoft Suite, Google Workspace and other common software applications (tax preparation software, tax research databases)

Salary Range: $96,000-$144,000
Performance Bonus or Sales Incentive Plan: 15%

Actual total compensation will be determined based on factors such as knowledge, skills, performance and experience. In addition, TELUS offers rewarding benefits, which may vary per job function, such as:

  • Comprehensive total rewards package highlighting competitive salary and bonus structures, minimum 3 weeks of vacation, and flexible benefits plan to meet the needs of you and your family
  • Flexibility to work in-office, virtually or a combination of both
  • Generous company matched pension and share purchase programs
  • Opportunity to give back to communities in which we work, live and serve
  • Career growth and learning & development opportunities to develop your skills
  • And much more …

Please note that the compensation shown in the job posting is effective January 2023 and may be subject to change in 2024.

A bit about us

We’re a people-focused, customer-first, purpose-driven team who works together every day to innovate and do good. We improve lives through our technology solutions and foster a culture of innovation that empowers team members to solve complex problems and create remarkable human outcomes in a digital world.

You’ll find our engaging, high-performance culture personally fulfilling, professionally challenging, and financially rewarding. We’re committed to diversity and equitable access to employment opportunities based on ability. Your unique contributions and talents will be valued and respected here. When you join our team, you’re helping us make the future friendly.

Note for Quebec candidates: if knowledge of English is required for this position, it is because the team member will be asked, on a regular basis, to interact in English with external or internal parties or to use English applications or software as part of their tasks.

People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs

Across People & Culture, Finance and Corporate Affairs, we are the diverse and talented team responsible for making sure TELUS is managed as a world-leading organization. ​

We are honoured to be recognized

82%
2023 engagement score

140,000+
Team members worldwide

12
# of years voted One of Canada’s Best Corporate Citizens

Accessibility

TELUS is proud to foster an inclusive culture that embraces diversity. We are committed to fair employment practices and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.

We offer accommodation for applicants with disabilities, as required, during the recruitment process.

Join our team

We are a group of dedicated professionals providing critical expertise and support to the various entities and business units within TELUS. As trusted advisors, we participate in complex business transactions with insights and recommendations that influence decisions made by stakeholders and senior leaders.

We are practical and creative, providing innovative solutions to resolve complex problems. Our team takes pride in driving operational excellence, best practices, and optimum results which contribute to business growth and exceptional customer and team member experiences.

Here’s the impact you’ll make and what we’ll accomplish together

As a Manager, Transfer Pricing, you will participate in the development of global operating strategies to improve operational efficiencies, ensure compliance with transfer pricing tax laws, and manage transfer pricing aspects of tax audits. You will monitor global transfer pricing developments and implement changes to ensure timely compliance with new legislation.

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Transfer Pricing, the Manager, Transfer Pricing, is responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing planning, compliance support and monitoring for the TELUS group and its multiple business lines (including TELUS Health, TELUS International, and others).

Here's How

The Manager, Transfer Pricing will be responsible for supporting all aspects of transfer pricing including:

  • Management of transfer pricing studies (managing budgets, liaising with external advisors and internal stakeholders, etc.) and preparing documentation to meet contemporaneous documentation requirements in each country
  • Collaborate with business units through functional interviews and maintain communication with operational management across different business lines to offer transfer pricing guidance for various business opportunities and transactions as needed
  • Develop and maintain intercompany agreements in collaboration with the Legal team
  • Overseeing and reviewing the local country documentation / reporting prior to filing with the tax authorities (where applicable)
  • Global reporting under the OECD / BEPS framework including management of Master File Preparation process (filing is done in Canada by TELUS), Country-by-Country Reporting, and Local File preparation and notification requirements for all TELUS group companies
  • Supporting the transfer pricing component of income tax audits
  • Quarterly transfer pricing reviews / risk assessments in support of the tax provision process and compliance with SOX
  • Working with the business unit, finance and the legal team members to ensure appropriate development and implementation of intercompany transfer pricing strategies and agreements among group companies
  • Reviewing and monitoring compliance including review of intercompany charges to ensure compliance with relevant laws and arm’s length pricing established by external studies; acting as a resource for questions related to intragroup functions and risk attribution
  • Working with the treasury group to ensure intragroup financing is implemented with terms and conditions that comply with relevant laws and the arm’s length standard; managing external studies to support documentation requirements and monitor compliance
  • Supporting business processes including collaboration with other stakeholders in the design of contracting strategies and appropriate intragroup pricing for new customers, lines of business and service offerings
  • Monitoring international transfer pricing principles and practices to ensure timely adoption of changes
  • Responsible for process improvement and standardization of transfer pricing documentation to facilitate timely compliance while addressing documentation requirements which vary by country

You’re the missing piece of the puzzle

  • A self-starter, motivated and able to work independently
  • Recognized for your experience in managing projects and ability to work collaboratively with others
  • Valued for your 3 to 5 years of tax experience with 3+ years spent working in a transfer pricing role
  • Known for your experience in dealing with transfer pricing audits
  • Recognized for your excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Appreciated for your enthusiasm in embracing challenges and ability to learn new skills in response to changes in the business and regulatory environments
  • Well organized and able to prioritize tasks and work on multiple files / projects

Must-haves

  • An undergraduate degree in Commerce, Accounting and/or a professional designation - Canadian CPA or equivalent
  • Demonstrated a comprehensive understanding of technical transfer pricing and international tax concepts, including the ability to review benchmarking analysis, update annual local files and master file, analyze intercompany transaction data, and effectively communicate these technical aspects to management through written and/or oral communication on a regular basis
  • Proficiency in working with financial and tax software; capable in Microsoft Suite, Google Workspace and other common software applications (tax preparation software, tax research databases)

This job is no longer accepting applications

See open jobs at TELUS.