Title: BUSINESS TAXES REPRESENTATIVE Salary: $3,106.00 - $4,810.00 Posted: 09/04/2013
The BTR performs various collection and enforcement tasks including collection of accounts receivable, locate and contact debtors and/or assets, investigation and enforcement, registration, revocation and criminal investigations. Interested candidates must meet education requirements. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. The position is located in a high-rise building. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. A LEAP Certification List will be utilized. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. More than one position may be available.
If interested, please submit a Standard State Application (STD. 678 available at www.spb.ca.gov), a resume, and a copy of your transcripts to verify that educational requirements have been met.
In addition, please submit no more than a two-page typed response to the following three Supplemental Questions.
1) Describe your knowledge of the Board of Equalization and its tax programs.
2) Describe prior collection experiences.
3) Provide examples of speaking engagements and writing opportunities.
Applications submitted without the above will not be considered for review. Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be scheduled for an interview.
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Board of Equalization-SUTD-West Covina
Final Filing Date:
Board of Equalization-SUTD-West Covina 1521 West Cameron Ave Ste 300 West Covina, CA 91790
Lorene Salles (626) 480-7209
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