Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,328.00 - $6,476.00 Posted: 04/24/2013
Under the general direction of the Audit Program Analysis Section Supervisor (STA III), the Business Taxes Specialist I (BTS I), is responsible for independently completing the most complex or sensitive assignments as requested by the section supervisor and Sales and Use Tax Department management. The BTS I evaluates the audit program for effectiveness and efficiency through the use of audit statistics (metrics) and other program and industry-specific information, and may also be involved in performing onsite evaluations. The BTS I consults with the Legal Department to resolve complex and unique legal issues pertaining to the audit program; prepares reports with recommendations and alternatives for solutions to audit problems; reviews section 6596 and relief of interest requests; analyzes Decisions & Recommendations and Requests for Reconsideration; and develops memoranda pertaining to uniform audit review policies and procedures. Travel may be required up to 10% of the time. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered, however SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Applicants must complete a Standard State Application (STD 678) by the final filing date.
290 - 454 - 4380 - 001
AUDIT PROGRAM ANALYSIS SECTION
Final Filing Date:
AUDIT PROGRAM ANALYSIS SECTION 450 N Street, MIC: 76 Sacramento CA 95814
Allyson Scott (916) 323-9601
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