Title: BUSINESS TAXES REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,670.00 Posted: 01/17/2013
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under close supervision of the Business Taxes Administrator I, the Business Taxes Representative (BTR) is assigned cases by terminal digit and/or other means on active, closed, and revoked sales and use tax accounts up to but not limited to $50,000. (In general, accounts over that amount are assigned to the specialist.) The BTR must keep the supervisor informed of complex issues on assigned cases. The accounts are worked from the office by telephone and/or mail using an inside collection program. When necessary and warranted, field calls will be made to the business location and/or other locations. Work is performed by use of a personal computer in accessing the individual’s caseload. Actions taken are initiated and recorded on the personal computer, as are the case notes. Incumbent must be able to perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation. If interested in position, please submit a standard State application, along with a copy of college transcripts to show that the educational requirements for this position have been met. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. Interested candidates must meet educational requirements. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. More than one position may be available.
290 - 073 - 8690 - 030
San Jose District Office
Final Filing Date:
San Jose District Office 250 So. 2nd Street San Jose, 95113-2706
Carmen Rubio (408) 938-7737
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