With more than 260 Johnson & Johnson operating companies that employ over 135,000 people work with partners in health care to make a difference in the lives of over a billion people throughout the world.
The Tax Co-op Program is an on-going program focused on providing college students with practical tax and business experience. It allows them to develop leadership skills, broaden their understanding of the concepts learned in school and "get a taste of the real world" before they are fully committed to it. The co-op program participants will be better able to apply concepts learned in the classroom and will be able to ask more poignant questions of their professors to further their goals and education. The Co-op program is one of the primary feeders for entrance into Johnson & Johnson's Tax Leadership Development Program (TLDP). The Tax Leadership Development Program (TLDP) is a two-year program designed specifically to prepare future generations of tax leaders within the Johnson & Johnson accounting and finance organization. Participants gain invaluable on-the-job experiences during two rotations just under twelve months each at various J&J business units, receive leadership and technical training, and thorough, recurring evaluations. There are six weeks of training over the course of the two-year program. Training covers all areas and competencies that are critical to success at J&J and is delivered through a combination of TLDP leadership, J&J executives, Tax and Finance management and external consultants.
This is the preferred starting point before entrance into the Johnson & Johnson's Tax Leadership Development Program (TLDP). Provides a great learning experience within an environment of many successful and dedicated tax professionals. Offers experience working for one of the largest and most successful healthcare companies. Develops technical, as well as business partnering and networking skills. Gives the chance to enhance time management skills, organization, and teamwork skills.
Co-op program participant roles and responsibilities include: Assisting in the preparation and organization of documentation supporting federal and state corporate income tax returns. Assisting with analysis of inter-company transactions, conducting verbal and written communication with tax and finance representatives from various J&J Companies, preparing schedules reconciling financial and tax transactions between J&J corporate entity and its affiliated companies. Assist in the consolidation of income tax provision true-up calculations prepared by J&J’s affiliated companies. Assist in gathering of tax data in response to Information Document Requests (IDR) issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as part of the federal tax audit proceedings and by State Tax Authorities as part of the state tax audit proceedings. Support the domestic tax department’s compliance with IRS tax filing due dates and other requirements. Ad-hoc projects and general tax department support: filing, copying, binding of documents, etc. Application of many different tax software programs: Microsoft Office, CORPTAX, GTW, etc. Engage in problem solving, active business partnering, and developing innovative methods to improve job metrics and processes.
Legal Authorization to work in the United States, without requiring sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g. H1-B status) now or in the future is required. A minimum 3.00 cumulative GPA is required. Current enrollment in an accredited College/University is required. Accounting Majors are preferred. Intermediate level of knowledge of MS Excel and Word is required.
This is a part time position - 20 hours per week.
Johnson & Johnson is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.