Under the general direction of the Business Taxes Administrator II, the incumbent may be responsible to independently research and respond to less complex inquires relating to the special taxes and fees programs. Duties will include analyzing and preparing various management and statistical reports as requested by the Special Taxes Policy and Compliance Division, and BOE management and other Departments. Assist in the analysis and development of policy and procedures as they relate to the administration of the various tax and fee programs administered by the Division. In addition, the Tax Auditor is responsible for completing assignments of the less complex nature as requested by supervisors and management. Interested candidates must meet educational requirements. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
*Candidates must be able to perform the essential functions with or without reasonable accommodations.
Please provide a Word document of no more than 2 pages with clear and precise answers to the questions below along with your State application. Any applications submitted without the responses to the supplemental questions will not be considered.
Please attach the following questions to the Tax Auditor vacancy announcement.
1) Please describe in detail your experience using Microsoft Excel and Access.
2) Please describe a project you worked on where you had to compile, track, and/or analyze large amounts of data from a variety of sources.
3) Please describe how you deal with changing priorities.
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Property and Special Taxes
Final Filing Date:
Property and Special Taxes 450 N St, MIC:31 Sacramento, CA 95814
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