Title: SUPERVISING TAX AUDITOR II BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,573.00 - $7,113.00 Posted: 01/24/2013
Under the general direction of the Supervising Tax Auditor III, the Supervising Tax Auditor II supervises a team of Business Taxes Specialists conducting the most difficult and highly specialized audit functions, and a team of Associate Tax Auditors and support staff responsible for determination, coordination, and initiation of appeal case workflow action. The incumbent responsibilities include: Direct the review and response to Appeals Division inquiries following Appeals conference and/or Board hearing; review of Decision and Recommendations issued by the Appeals Division, and recommendation whether to accept or reject; direct development, evaluation and preparation of Department Requests for Reconsideration; review and prepare Department responses to taxpayer Requests for Reconsideration; direct processing of the action/correspondence function within the unit to ensure initiation of timely and appropriate action steps; and other job related duties as required. This position will also become integrally involved with providing subject matter expert advice to communicate business needs in relation to the Board’s legacy computer system enhancement projects as well as during development of the CROS system. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. The position is located in a high-rise building.
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Petitions Section 450 N Street, MIC:38 Sacramento, 95814
Bruce Morgan (916) 445-2259
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