Counsel works in the Commission’s legal division and reports to the deputy general counsel and general counsel, providing research, advice, and representation to the Commission directly and through its executive director.
Counsel also provides staffing, research, and advice to the Executive, Uniformity, Audit, Nexus, and Litigation Program Committees and Commission staff who support these programs and special projects.
The Commission’s main office is in Washington, D.C., and working from the main office is preferred, but not required.
Detailed requirements and instructions for applying are available through the application link.
Applicants must have graduated from an accredited law school and be admission to the practice of law in any state or the District of Columbia.
Applicants must have an interest in and knowledge of the legal theories regarding the areas of state tax law, state and federal constitutional law, administrative law, and contracts.
The position requires regular travel (approximately 5-7 times a year) to attend meetings, conferences, or training; the ability to research legal issues in a timely and thorough manner and, most important, to write and speak clearly and effectively. The position also requires the ability to represent the Commission in an organized and professional manner in public forums through the presentation of speeches and instructional material.
Telecommuting is allowed.
Additional Salary Information: Commensurate with experience
The Multistate Tax Commission is an intergovernmental state tax agency created in 1967 as an effort by states to protect their tax authority and work on behalf of states and taxpayers to administer, equitably and efficiently, tax laws that apply to multistate and multinational enterprises.
The Commission's headquarters office is located at 444 N. Capitol St. NW, Suite 425, Washington, DC 20001.... [Phone: 202-624-8699. Fax: 202-624-8819. E-mail: email@example.com. Website: www.mtc.gov] The Commission also maintains audit offices in Chicago and New York.