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Salary: $5,573.00 - $7,113.00
Posted: 01/31/2013

Job Description:
All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under the general direction of the Section Supervisor, the Supervising Tax Auditor II (STA II) is responsible for ensuring that sales and use tax claims for refund are properly and accurately acknowledged, controlled and processed. The STA II approves on-line refunds under the sales and use tax law and adjustments to account liabilities in excess of $5,000, including refunds resulting from stipulated court judgments and cases evaluated summaries prepared for refunds in excess of $100,000 for placement on the Board’s Non-appearance Consent Calendar; reviewing and approving recommendations on claim referred by the Victims Compensation Government Claims Board; and overseeing and approving claims in excess of $5,000 filed by vehicle manufacturers under the California Lemon Law. The position is located in a high-rise building.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 290 - 461 - 4277 - 002
Location County
Audit Determination and Refund Section SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
02/14/2013 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
Audit Determination and Refund Section
450 N Street, MIC: 39
Sacramento, 95814
Steven Sisti
(916) 445-2202

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