The Business Taxes Committee and Training Section are looking for a highly motivated person with strong customer service and organization skills. Must possess the abilities to effectively communicate, verbally and in writing, with all levels of management, pay attention to detail, and maintain the privacy and confidentiality of documents and matters pertaining to employees. This person must have good attendance and judgment and have the flexibility and willingness to adjust to changing assignments and priorities. This position will report directly to the Supervising Tax Auditor III over the section. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. The position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. To be considered for this position you must submit a standard state application with a brief statement describing your abilities in each of the areas and why you feel that you will be the most qualified person for this position.
To be considered for this position and granted an interview, you must complete and submit the following supplemental questionnaire with your application.
1. What are your abilities in each of these areas and why you feel that you will be the best person for this position?
2. What is your ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment?
3. What are your computer skills and level of expertise?
290 - 466 - 1139 - 004
SUTD/ TPD/ B.T.C.T.
Final Filing Date:
SUTD/ TPD/ B.T.C.T. 450 N Street, MIC: 50 Sacramento, CA 95814
Kirsten Stark (916) 322-0849
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