Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,328.00 - $6,476.00 Posted: 07/03/2013
Do you have a strong knowledge of the Sales and Use Tax Law, regulations and policies, and have a well-rounded experience in audit procedures? Would you like to pass your knowledge on to others? If so, the Sales and Use Tax Department is looking to hire you as an Audit Training Instructor. The primary duty of this position is to be an instructor in the classroom teaching audit classes throughout California. This position is also actively involved in developing and writing new and revising existing professional audit and law training courses and working on training-related projects and assignments. Candidates should also have experience teaching and have strong verbal communication skills. Candidates must also be excellent writers, well organized, innovative, and able to work cooperatively on a team and independently. All applicants will be considered. However, SROA/Surplus will be given a priority. This position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires incumbent to be fingerprinted. Travel required 50% of the time. More than one position available.
To be considered for this position and granted an interview, you must complete and submit a supplemental questionnaire with your application which answers the following questions:
1) Describe the best training experience you have had as either an instructor or student.
2) What interests you about this position?
3) What is one interactive training technique that you think is effective and explain why it works well?
290 - 466 - 4380 - 037
Final Filing Date:
SUTD/TPD/B.T.C.T. 450 N Street, MIC: 50 Sacramento, CA 95814
Ashley Luttrell (916) 322-2937
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