US Tax Planning Manager

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I.T., digital & online media services
5,001-10,000 employees
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Atlassian is looking for a US Tax Planning Manager to join our Global Tax Team, reporting into our Director of US Tax Planning. In this pivotal role, you’ll be instrumental in the tax planning and analysis that will empower the company to navigate the ever-evolving global tax environment and make informed strategic decisions.

If you are looking to make a global impact, partner with world-class talent, and take your career to the next level, we encourage you to join us on this exciting journey.


At Atlassian, we strive to design equitable, explainable, and competitive compensation programs. To support this goal, the baseline of our range is higher than that of the typical market range, but in turn we expect to hire most candidates near this baseline. Base pay within the range is ultimately determined by a candidate's skills, expertise, or experience. In the United States, we have three geographic pay zones. For this role, our current base pay ranges for new hires in each zone are:

Zone A: $142,800 - $190,300

Zone B: $128,500 - $171,300

Zone C: $118,500 - $158,000

This role may also be eligible for benefits, bonuses, commissions, and equity.

Please visit for more information on which locations are included in each of our geographic pay zones. However, please confirm the zone for your specific location with your recruiter.

On your first day, we'll expect you to have:

CPA, and Master of Taxation or other advanced degree required.

Minimum 7 years working experience in a combination of Big 4 and corporate tax department with multinational operations

Strong working knowledge of US international tax rules (BEAT, GILTI, FDII, FTC)

Solid understanding of ASC 740, Accounting for Income Taxes

Ownership mentality, intellectual curiosity, and an ability to thrive in a dynamic fast-paced environment.

Advanced Excel and analytical skills including experience developing forecasting models and using tax forecasting tools.