Tax Co-Op Intern (Spring & Summer 2022)

Location US-IL-Lincolnshire
Job ID
Position Level
Support II


This co-op is designed to be both educational and practical. In this position the co-op will learn how to apply the skills they have learned and apply them in a professional setting through hands-on experiences, networking, and collaboration opportunities. This role will also include cross-functional opportunities to better understand the breadth of the broader Finance.


• Learning about the Zebra organization as a whole and the Tax department’s strategies and contributions to the company’s mission and vision
• Assist the Tax organization in the areas of state and local tax, state apportionment, corporate setup, federal and international return preparation, R&D credits, quarterly estimated payments, the monthly and quarterly close processes
• Executing transactional activities leveraging Zebra’s portfolio of enterprise software applications (i.e., Oracle, Power BI, Workiva, OneSource, etc.)
• Shadowing of key leadership meetings (i.e., investor calls, Disclosure Committee, Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), Controller’s Review, and others)
• Frequent access to and visibility with the Finance Leadership Team and Tax Management

• Ongoing coaching and mentoring by both the functional Manager and individuals from our Early Careers Finance Development Program
• Reverse mentoring Zebra’s Finance Leaders on a topic near and dear to the interns
• Participation in Intern events designed to build relationships, learn about the company, and share experiences with fellow Interns
• Develop planning, organizational and leadership skills
• Increase technology knowledge and skills
• Develop team-based work proficiencies
• Develop interpersonal skills to connect with day-to-day business contacts
• Will have the opportunity to connect with Finance leaders and network with their peers in Finance and across the Zebra enterprise (i.e., Engineering, Marketing, Human Resources and more)


Minimum Qualifications: 

• Pursuing a Business Bachelor’s or Master's degree with a major in Accounting

• Work experience during the school year or Leadership experience through an extracurricular activity, volunteer work, or other organization

• Must be authorized to work in the U.S. on a permanent basis without requiring sponsorship


Preferred Qualifications 

• GPA of 3.0+ (out of 4.0) preferred

• Collaborative builder, doer, and problem-solver who identifies creative solutions and improvement opportunities and drives to result

• Demonstrated ability to learn quickly and adapt to changing priorities

• Excellent verbal and written communication and presentation skills

• Attention to detail and ability to establish and manage multiple priorities in a dynamic environment

• Commitment to core values: Integrity, Teamwork, Agility, Accountability, and Innovation

• Proficient in Microsoft Office (including Excel, Word, & PowerPoint)

• Ability to telework 3 days in office, 2 days remote when permitted


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