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2022 Amazon Accounting Tax Internship

Note: Students for this role will be considered for placement in Seattle, WA

Amazon’s Global Tax team is searching for bar-raising Tax Accounting Interns who consistently exceed expectations, thrive in a challenging workplace, and can actively contribute to our talented team. Amazon Tax Interns may support one or more of the following areas: State and Local Tax compliance or audit, Withholding Tax process, or US International Tax reporting, including compliance and ASC 740 tax provision modeling. These areas fall within consumer products, digital initiatives, merchant, operations, logistics, payments, and cloud computing lines of business. We are focused on controllership, customer experience, and operational efficiency. As a part of the company’s system of internal controls, we test controls for effectiveness using a disciplined and independent approach and propose controls to mitigate risk. The internship will be structured to provide students the opportunity to gain hands-on tax experience, as well as own delivery of a project end to end.

This candidate is driven and can work autonomously. The successful candidate must have strong analytical skills, along with some problem solving experience. It is also expected the candidate can stay focused in challenging and ambiguous situations, has strong leadership, organizational, writing, and presentation skills.


Currently pursuing a double Bachelor’s of Accounting and Master’s in Tax/Accounting degree with expected conferral date between December 2022 and June 2023.


• Ability to deal with ambiguity
• Excellent analytical skills
• Researched accounting conclusions and documented support for conclusions reached

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