Job Description: Special Requirements:
Please include the position number on your application under the “Job Title” section. Failure to do so will cause your application to be disqualified.
Position may become permanent if permanent funding is approved; project/workload is permanently established.
Under general supervision of the Business Taxes Administrator (BTA) I, the incumbent independently performs the more complex activities including; review and approval of assignments, working the more difficult compliance and collection cases and being a technical resource for staff. Additional duties include special projects that impact the department, division, or section. Duties also include developing policies or procedures related to compliance or administrative issues and training other staff in various areas. The incumbent also handles special assignments and other duties as needed. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
1. Please describe your experience acting as a liaison between different BOE sections and/or outside State Agencies.
2. Please describe your experience in leading or participating in agency-wide projects and give specific examples.
3. Give examples of any training you have provided to your coworkers or other teams in the division.
4. Give an example of a particular time you had to deal with a highly sensitive case or an irate taxpayer. Explain the details and the outcome.
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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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