Title: SUPERVISING TAX AUDITOR III BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $6,148.00 - $7,847.00 Posted: 03/22/2013
Position is temporarily located in Bakersfield. Under the general direction of the District Administrator, the District Principal Auditor (DPA) is responsible for the administration of the audit program in the Fresno District. The DPA must have the ability to organize for success; understands how to facilitate functional needs to achieve strategic goals; is able to make decisions and be accountable for those decisions; cooperates to achieve the Department’s mission and goals; identifies and defines the needs of the Department and District; attract appropriate candidates, evaluate, and select the most qualified; and lead and motivate staff to achieve Department and District goals. The DPA plans, organizes and directs the audit program through subordinate supervisors and provides audit program guidance to branch office supervisors. The incumbent is responsible for the audit program including: holding 10-day discussions; evaluating audit operations and recommending/implementing improvements on an on-going basis; ensuring operations adhere to BOE policies, procedures, mission, and goals; ensuring management decisions are positively and accurately conveyed and implemented throughout the offices; develops annual audit operational and workload plans ensuring the most efficient allocation of resources among the audits that are selected; ensures audits are completed timely making full use of team auditing; resolves aged audits, claims for refund, and appeals; audit selection; and, other administrative activities related to enforcing applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures. The incumbent also fosters cooperation and integrates functions between the audit and compliance staff. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. Position requires up to 25% travel. Relocation expenses may be considered. The position will be temporarily assigned to the Bakersfield branch office. In the future the position will relocate to Santa Clarita; moving expenses will not be paid for this relocation. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
In addition to the Standard State Application (STD. 678), no more than a three-page double spaced typed response to the following supplemental questions must be submitted with your application to be considered for the position.
1) Please describe your Managerial/Supervisory/Leadership experience in detail, including a description of the types of issues you have dealt with and successfully resolved.
2) Please describe your supervising experience with respect of subordinate audit supervisors, audit reviewers and audit control support staff.
3) Please describe your experience of second level district appeals conferences for disputed audits.
4) Please describe in detail your knowledge of the SCOP Program, purpose, goals and objectives.
5) List your experience with sales and use tax matters dealing with taxpayers, attorneys, taxpayer representatives, and the public.
6) List your experience with public speaking.
7) List your experience resolving tax auditing situations.
Supervising Tax Auditor III applications submitted without a completed questionnaire and application will not receive further consideration for this position.
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SUTD/Santa Clarita District
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SUTD/Santa Clarita District 450 N Street - MIC: 46 Sacramento, CA 95814
Casey Wells (916) 322-9183
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