Title: BUSINESS TAXES ADMINISTRATOR III, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $7,453.00 - $8,887.00 Posted: 09/03/2013
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Under the general direction of the Chief, Special Taxes Policy and Compliance Division, the Business Taxes Administrator (BTA) III, Return Processing Branch, through subordinate supervisors, plans, directs, controls, organizes, and evaluates the work performed in the Return Processing Section of the Compliance Branch. The BTA III directs a staff of approximately 80 positions consisting of a variety of supervisory, compliance, and support personnel. The BTA III plans, develops, and recommends section policy and procedures, and is also responsible for interpreting and applying provisions of the laws and rules administered by the BOE and the policies developed by the BOE, as well as ensuring compliance with BOE tax laws. Additionally, the BTA III will provide functional guidance to the Chief, Special Taxes Policy and Compliance Division, regarding emerging issues impacting the twenty-nine (29) different tax and fee programs administered by the Division; be responsible for the refund process associated with the return review function along with the responsibility for the self-audit program to conform with internal audit guidelines. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 493 - 4320 - 006
Special Taxes Policy and Compliance
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Special Taxes Policy and Compliance 450 N Street, MIC: 88 Sacramento, CA. 95814
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