Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,328.00 - $6,476.00 Posted: 06/19/2013
Under the direction of the Chicago District Principal Auditor, the incumbent is responsible for analyzing, reviewing and processing sales and use taxes audit reports, refunds and field billing orders performed by the audit staff. The position requires exercising considerable tact, technical competence and interpersonal skills to gain the cooperation of the audit staff, supervisors, and the HQ audit evaluation staff. The position requires in-depth knowledge of the sales and use tax laws, regulations, and the audit policies and procedures used by the Sales and Use Tax Department. This position may rotate into a field audit position after 12-24 months. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for one or more days. The position is located in a high-rise building. Out-of-state Offices: The incumbent will receive $346.00 per month pay differential. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
In addition to the Standard State Application (STD. 678), a response to the below questions must be submitted with your application. Applications received without the typed requirement will not be considered.
1. Describe your work experience conducting sales and use tax audits.
2. Discuss your experience working with others in a leadership role. Include your experience as a lead person or trainer.
3. Discuss your experience reviewing the work of others.
290 - 403 - 4380 - 020
Sales & Use Tax / Chicago Office
Not In CA
Final Filing Date:
Sales & Use Tax / Chicago Office 120 N. LaSalle St., Ste 1600 Chicago, 60620
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