Title: SUPERVISING TAX AUDITOR II BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,573.00 - $7,113.00 Posted: 03/25/2013
Under the general direction of the Supervising Tax Auditor (STA) III, the STA II supervises an audit group performing the most difficult and highly specialized audit functions. The STA II oversees the administered county, city, and district sales and use taxes to ensure the proper distribution between the State Board of Equalization and each of the approximately five hundred local governmental jurisdictions. This includes the computation of monthly prepayments and quarterly cleanup payments to each jurisdiction and the preparation and processing of adjustments to correctly allocate reported taxes. The STA II also reviews and approves correspondence with local governments and individual taxpayers with respect to the allocation and distribution of these taxes and approves all reallocation of local taxes over $5,000. The STA II provides supervisory guidance and review with respect to staff representing the Sales and Use Tax Department at Appeals conferences for claim for refund cases. This position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 461 - 4277 - 003
Audit Determination and Refund Section
Final Filing Date:
Audit Determination and Refund Section 450 N Street, MIC: 39 Sacramento CA 95814
Steven Sisti (916) 445-2202
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