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Corporate Tax Intern
Opportunity Details

Our tax internship program offers students the chance for exposure to complex accounting and tax issues, in a team-oriented work environment. These are meaningful work experiences that contribute to the overall strategic business goals of Kimberly-Clark.

The primary responsibility of the Tax Intern is to assist Kimberly-Clark’s Tax Team Members with federal and state income tax accounting compliance, consulting and defense. Your job responsibilities will include all activities necessary to support the tax professionals in their daily tasks. These activities include compiling and analyzing financial information researching and documenting tax filing positions account reconciliations tax return preparation administrative assistance and various other duties.

Kimberly-Clark offers a variety of resources to assist you. Peer resources will assist in acclimating you to your new workplace. A team leader will provide work direction and insight on the organization and how you can make the most of your internship opportunity.

Tax internships at Kimberly-Clark typically run year-round, with students remaining in the program until graduation. Flexible scheduling is available, with a minimum of 15-20 hours a week during the school year and Full Time (40) hours during the summer and interim school breaks.

• Participate in standardized onboarding and training.
• Receive work direction, mentoring, and real-time feedback from your program coach.
• Visit a Kimberly-Clark manufacturing location.
• Lead an individual project within your business unit.
• Get hands-on experience with impactful analyses.
• Interact with senior leaders and interns from other functions.

• Sophomore or Junior (for year-round internships/Part-Time) or Senior (for Summer internships/Full Time) majoring in Finance, Accounting, Economics, or related field.
• Strong analytical, communication, and leadership skills.
• Cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher.
• Microsoft Excel proficiency.
• For Summer Interns – Ability to work Full Time (40 hours/week) from early June to late August.
• For year-round Interns – Ability to work 15-20 hours/week – Starting in January 2024 or May 2024.
• Authorized to work in the U.S. on a regular, Full Time and/or part-time basis both now and in the future