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Salary: $5,576.00 - $7,063.00
Posted: 03/27/2013

Job Description:

Under the general direction of the Tax Administrator III, Document, Information and Electronic-Data Operations, the Tax Administrator II is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the activities of the mail opening, document preparation, remittance/deposit, information capture, fund allocation, and document storage and retrieval processes within the Document Management Section at the Document and Information Management Center. The manager assists in creating an environment which promotes team building and open communication at all levels throughout the Section and encourages innovative ideas for continuous improvement of systems and processes in order to improve services to the Section’s internal and external customers.

To view this position's duties and responsibilities, click here: Proposed Duty Statement

Special Requirements:
If you received an Employment Inquiry (STD 628), you must respond to the STD 628 in addition to applying to the contact person on this advertisement.

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
None Specified 280 - 603 - 4333 - 001
Location County
Sacramento/ DMS 603/3198 SACRAMENTO
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Permanent   month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
722 Capitol Mall
Sacramento, Ca 95814
Stella Seatris-Hicks
(916) 657-4481

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