Title: TAX TECHNICIAN III, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $2,951.00 - $3,696.00 Posted: 08/07/2013
Under general direction and with very little day-to-day supervision, the Tax Technician III collector serves as the expert staff resource and performs the most difficult and complex technical duties. Meeting the training requirements for this job may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. The incumbent will receive an additional $100.00 per month pay differential. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
As part of the application process for this position, please complete the statement of qualification questions below and ions must be submitted with your application, your response should be no longer than 3 pages. Applications submitted without a completed questionnaire will not receive further consideration for this position.
• Describe your experience of using a personal computer with various programs that use spreadsheets, word processing, and data entry.
• Describe your experience with collections.
• Describe your knowledge of the Board of Equalization’s programs.
• Describe your knowledge of the Board of Equalization’s electronic services.
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SUTD 15015 Ave of Science Ste 200 San Diego, Ca 92128
Richard Snyder (858) 385-4803
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