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EQUALIZATION, BOARD OF

Title:  TAX TECHNICIAN I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION
Salary: $2,280.00 - $2,975.00
Posted: 03/11/2013

Job Description:
Under the close supervision of the Information Officer II, the Tax Technician I responds to the most routine telephone inquiries regarding tax laws, regulations, procedures, and policies, and general Board information. Review and sort and consolidate web inquiries by district. Incumbent must be able to perform the essential job functions (*) with or without reasonable accommodations. This position is advertised as Part Time for 88 hours per Month. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority Only applications postmarked by the due date will be accepted.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 290 - 329 - 1973 - XXX
Location County
External Affairs/Office of Public Affair SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Part Time   88 Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
03/25/2013 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
External Affairs/Office of Public Affair
450, N Street, MIC:86
Sacramento, CA 95814
Laurie Ellis
(916) 324-2297

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