Title: BUSINESS TAXES REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,670.00 Posted: 02/12/2013
Under close supervision of the Business Taxes Administrator I, the Business Taxes Representative (BTR) will learn all the phases of tax compliance, licensing, and law, rule, and regulation administration. The BTR will be assigned cases by terminal digit by Automated Compliance Management System (ACMS) and work collection and use tax cases of moderate difficulty as well as the moderately difficult claims of exemption. The BTR must keep the supervisor informed of complex issues on assigned cases. The accounts are worked from the office by telephone and mail. Work is performed by use of a personal computer in accessing the individual's caseload. Candidate must be able to perform the following essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Must be able to work in a high rise building. Actions taken are initiated and recorded on the personal computer, as are the case notes. More than one position may be available. Interested candidates must meet educational requirements. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
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SUTD/Centralized Collection Section/HQ
Final Filing Date:
SUTD/Centralized Collection Section/HQ 450 N Street MIC:95 Sacramento, CA 95814
Dina Taruso (916) 319-9920
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