Title: TAX TECHNICIAN I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $2,280.00 - $2,975.00 Posted: 06/19/2013
Reviews FTB and EDD offset lists. Search and Identify account numbers by name and address. Answers multi-line incoming phone calls and route to appropriate personnel or take messages. Researches IRIS system and ACMS and handles routine telephone questions for information on liens. Acts as receptionist for Section. Reviews recording information on liens received from counties. Enters the information into the ACMS lien system. Reviews ACMS auto queue for releases of liens. Prepares release of Lien for Supervisors signature. Open and distribute section's incoming mail, process BOE mail that has funds in accordance with the BOE Cashiering Procedures. Process District Office requests for information from other agencies, sort and mail Certificate of Lien, sort returned liens for recordation. To qualify you must be reachable on a current employment list in the above classification or lateral transfers from an equivalent class, or former state employee who can reinstate into this class. Shift hours are 8:00am-5:00pm. The Position is located in a high rise-building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
*MORE THAN ONE POSITION MAY BE AVAILABLE*
TAX TECH I
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Special Operations Branch
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Special Operations Branch 450 N Street, MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA 95814
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