All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under the general guidance of a Supervising Tax Auditor II, this position offers a challenging and rewarding experience that will broaden your knowledge of the Board’s overall operations and the Department’s specific scope and responsibilities. You are primarily responsible to respond to telephone inquiries from the general public, taxpayers, and taxpayer representatives on the technical and general application of the sales and use tax law. These duties enable you to gain firsthand knowledge of current issues and statewide industry trends facing the Board as well as developing a thorough understanding of the regulations and statutes under which the Board operates. Additionally, your research and analytical skills are more finely honed by preparing written responses to sales and use tax questions received in letters or e-mails. You will be part of a supportive team of professionals in a diverse working environment. The skills and knowledge you acquire by working in this position will be of immeasurable benefit to you in future promotional opportunities. Candidates must be willing to work in a high rise building. This position may be eligible to telework. The position is in a high-rise building.
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SUTD/TPD/ASU 450 N STREET, MIC: 44 SACRAMENTO, CA 95814
JASON PARKER (916) 445-4906
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