Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,328.00 - $6,670.00 Posted: 08/16/2013
Under the general supervision of the Business Taxes Administrator II (District Principal Compliance Supervisor), the Business Taxes Specialist I performs monthly reviews of accounts and renders advice to staff. The Business Taxes Specialist I perform reviews of assignments through the IRIS Assignment Control and approves or disapproves them. The Business Taxes Specialist I (either individually or as a lead person of a group) will develop, revise, or maintain training course materials for the Department. The Business Taxes Specialist I will also prepare replies to issues of tax law and compliance function policies and procedures, and will serve on special project committees. This position will exercise a high degree of independence and responsibility in these activities. Candidate must be able to perform the essential job functions (*) with or without reasonable accommodation. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. Meeting the training requirements for this job may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. More than one position may be available. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 083 - 4380 - 017
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SUTD/Sacramento District 3321 Power Inn Road, Suite 210 Sacramento, CA 95826-3889
Jeremian Oakden (916) 227-6800
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