Title: BUSINESS TAXES REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,810.00 Posted: 09/04/2013
This is the recruiting, training and journey level in this series. Under close supervision of a Business Taxes Administrator (BTA) I, the Business Taxes Representative (BTR) learns the routine phases of tax compliance activities of the Return Analysis Unit (RAU). The BTR interprets and applies sales and use tax law, transactions tax law, regulations, and annotations to ensure taxpayer’s compliance. The BTR analyzes sales and use tax returns; reviews taxpayer correspondence; communicates with taxpayers and district office staff through verbal and written communication; establishes determinations for additional tax, interest, and penalties amounts due; performs return maintenance, processes relief from penalty cases and makes recommendations; and assists billing and adjustment staff with more complex cases. At Range C the BTR may participate in the training of other BTR staff. The BTR performs special assignments and other duties as required. Candidate must be able to perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodations. Interested candidates must meet educational requirements. The position is located in a high-rise building.
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Applications received without college transcripts will not be considered for review. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be scheduled for an interview. Please note, applications received via fax or e-mail will NOT be accepted.
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