Senior Tax Accountant



To facilitate omni-channel and ecommerce business initiatives, the Hibbett Tax Department is growing! The Senior Tax Accountant works within the Tax Department on tax-related activities including federal income, state income, sales, use, escheat, and property tax processes for Hibbett Sports, Inc. and its subsidiaries.



Review federal and state income tax returns and assist in all aspects of the income tax compliance process.


Participate in the preparation of quarterly and annual ASC 740 computations.


Perform research on federal and state tax topics and prepare research memorandums documenting analysis and conclusions.


Utilize professional judgment in reaching conclusions on tax-related issues.


Proactively monitor changes and revisions to tax authority in regard to potential impact on the Company.


Assist in the identification and monitoring of tax incentives.


Assist in the management of federal and state income tax audits.


Review sales tax and personal property tax returns in support of the State Tax Supervisor.


Participate in the preparation and/or review of information reporting forms including, but not limited to, Form 1099’s and Form 1095-C’s.


Participate in the unclaimed property compliance process and ensure ongoing integrity and accuracy of returns and remittances.


Maintain CPA certification, if applicable, and stay abreast of business issues, technical accounting matters, emerging tax issues, regulations, rulings, strategies and opportunities.


Protect the company’s assets and financial information by ensuring the accuracy and effectiveness of internal control procedures, and informing management and/or appropriate officials of potential fraud risk.


Accounting degree from an accredited college or university. CPA preferred. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 3 years of tax-related experience, preferably with a national or regional public accounting firm.


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