|Date Posted||March 11, 2021|
Crane Co. is a $3.3B diversified manufacturer that operates in more than 25 countries and has been in business since 1855. Its 12,000 associates design, manufacture, and sell engineered industrial products worldwide through its four operating segments:
- Fluid Handling - The Fluid Handling segment provides engineered fluid handling equipment for critical performance applications that require high reliability. The segment is comprised of Process Valves, Commercial Valves and Other Products.
- Payment & Merchandising Technologies - The Payment & Merchandising Technologies segment consists of Crane Payment Innovations ("CPI"), Crane Currency, and Merchandising Systems. CPI provides high technology payment acceptance products. Crane Currency has been a producer of currency products for more than 200 years and is entrusted by more than 50 central banks. Merchandising Systems is primarily engaged in the design and manufacture of vending equipment and related solutions.
- Aerospace & Electronics - The Aerospace & Electronics segment supplies critical components and systems, including original equipment and aftermarket parts, primarily for the commercial aerospace and military aerospace and defense markets.
- Engineered Materials - The Engineered Materials segment manufactures fiberglass-reinforced plastic ("FRP") panels and coils used primarily in the manufacturing of recreational vehicles ("RVs"), truck bodies, truck trailers, with additional applications in commercial and industrial buildings.
Company History and Culture
We are committed to doing business the "right way" - holding ourselves to the highest ethical standard and committed to providing the best quality products to our customers.
"I am resolved to conduct my business in the strictest honesty and fairness; to avoid all deception and trickery; to deal fairly with both customers and competitors; to be liberal and just toward employees; and to put my whole mind upon the business." -Richard Teller Crane (Founder), July 4, 1855
Crane is built on a foundation of strength and integrity. Our Founder's vision for the company continues to fuel growth and progress in our business today.
Crane Co. and its businesses embrace philanthropy around the world. Our associates are encouraged to volunteer time from their work schedules to actively engage and support charitable causes important to our local teams. In addition to thousands of volunteer hours, the Company annually donates more than $12M through three independent charitable funds, to former associates in need, to local organizations nominated by our associates and in support of important global causes / needs. The largest of the charitable funds - The Crane Fund - is also Crane Co.'s largest shareholder.
Check out our most recent Philanthropy, Sustainability and Equality report here!
Our Commitment to Equality:
Crane Co. is a proud Equal Opportunity Employer. Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, or national origin or any other characteristic protected under applicable federal, state, or local law.
We are seeking a seasoned professional that desires a stable, rewarding career where they can apply their skillset and experiences to support strong tax compliance deliverables and seek continuous improvements initiatives across applicable tax processes.
This role performs a wide variety of domestic tax compliance functions for Crane Co. and Subsidiaries for a $3 billion-dollar diversified manufacturer of highly engineered industrial products. This role will be part of the Executive Office and works with a small, dynamic and professional group who values teamwork and collaboration. Crane uses a comprehensive set of business processes and operational excellence tools that we call the Crane Business System to drive continuous improvement throughout our businesses.
The role is located in our corporate office in Stamford, Connecticut, with easy access to I-95 and Metro North Railroad (remote work available in current Covid environment). The corporate office is a small, dynamic group who works closely as a team and is looking for people who can work together effectively
A. Assist with the preparation of the U.S. Federal consolidated corporate income tax return and related forms and schedules.
B. Prepare separate company, unitary, and combined state income tax returns.
C. Prepare federal, state and local tax return extension and estimated tax forms and payments.
D. Assist with the quarterly and year-end domestic tax provision in accordance with ASC 740.
E. Assist with the administration of OneSource tax calendar.
F. Correspondences/responses to tax notices and tax audit assistance.
G. Perform various domestic federal and state tax projects as assigned.
H. Identify process improvements and propose ideas for streamlining processes and reporting procedures.
I. Establish and maintain relationships with various personnel at the Executive Office, including Accounting, Treasury, Legal, Human Resources and finance personnel at the business unit locations.
A. 4+ years of experience in public or private accounting experience
B. Bachelor's degree in accounting.
C. Proficient using Microsoft Office, tax and accounting software to accomplish tasks. Prior experience with Thomson Reuter's suite of tax products, and HFM preferred, but not required.
D. Strong analytical, technology focused, interpersonal, oral/written communication and project management skills.
E. Able to work alone and as part of a team. Expresses one's ideas and actively participates in group discussions.
F. Organized and able to meet deadlines, including working overtime when required.