Under the direction of the Supervising Tax Auditor II, this position performs a wide variety of tasks necessary to effect timely processing of petitions for redetermination through the appeal process. This includes: review and acknowledgment of new petitions; analysis and timely response to more complex inquiries and correspondence received from taxpayers or their representatives, district offices, or other Board staff; reviewing audit working papers and case files to determine and initiate the next appropriate action; and, making appropriate recommendations. Incumbent may also prepare a Summary Analysis and/or Board hearing summary reports for the Department. Interested candidates should have good working knowledge of applicable laws, regulations, audit methodology/procedure, Board policies, organization structure, and the administrative appeals process. Strong analytical skills and excellent written communication skills are required. Applicants must have an aptitude and willingness to participate and operate in the various Board legacy computer enhancement projects, and eventually, a digital (paperless) environment. Interested candidates should submit a standard state application. This position is located in a high rise building. All applicants will be considered, however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 462 - 4281 - 950
Sales & Use Tax Dept. Petitions Section
Final Filing Date:
Sales & Use Tax Dept. Petitions Section 450 N Street, MIC:38 Sacramento, CA 95814
Melanie Vicente (916) 445-2259
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