Under the general direction of the Supervising Tax Counsel and the lead of the Tax Counsel IV, a Tax Counsel in the Property Tax Section of the Tax and Fee Programs Division provides legal services to the Board and Board staff with respect to property tax matters, performing legal work of the least to moderate difficulty, including, but not limited to: conduct research; draft legal opinions; answer oral and written inquiries from the Department staff, the Board, other governmental entities, and the public; appear at hearings of the Board; draft or assist in drafting legislation and regulations; and assist in the preparation of various Board publications. The Tax Counsel III, Specialist will handle the more complex and difficult workload. To apply for this position please fill out a STD-678 – Standard State Application and include the position number for which you are applying. If you are not a state employee, you must be on a current list for Attorney and/or Attorney III and be reachable for this classification. Please see http://www.boe.ca.gov/exams/vacinfo.htm as well as the Tax Counsel and/or Tax Counsel III, Specialist Classification Specifications for more information. This position utilizes the Attorney and/or Attorney III exam. Multiple positions available. The position is located in high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
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TAX COUNSEL $4,674.00 - $7,828.00
Legal Dept - Tax and Fee Programs Div.
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Legal Dept - Tax and Fee Programs Div. 450 N Street, MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA, 95814
Adrianne Richardson (916) 322-3734
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