Title: BUSINESS TAXES ADMINISTRATOR I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,076.00 - $6,670.00 Posted: 10/21/2013
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under the general direction of a Business Taxes Administrator II, the Business Taxes Administrator I is responsible for the statewide audit and compliance activities of the In-State Service Industry Tax Gap program that includes auditing taxpayer documentation, auditing third party information, auditing claims of exemption, developing leads for audit section, preparing and transmitting audit referrals to district offices throughout the state & following-up. The BTA I is also responsible for the 1032 program that identifies leads sent to the out of state district office, for collection of delinquent returns and payment, sending letters throughout the state to use tax leads, planning, directing and organizing the workflow within the program, resolving problems involving office environment, and immediately addressing issues of health and safety. Candidate must be able to perform the essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for up to five consecutive nights. Relocation expenses may be considered. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted.
In addition to the Standard State Application (STD. 678), no more than a three-page double spaced typed response to the following questions or statement must be submitted with your application.
1. Describe your experience and/or knowledge of the In-State Service Program and how the Board pursues the collection of use tax owed by service industry businesses.
2. Describe an experience where you acted as a lead person during a difficult project or situation. What was the result of your involvement?
3. Describe your experience reviewing the work of others and how you go about correcting their mistakes and returning their work.
4. Describe an experience where you had to review financial documents (bank statements, purchase journals, income tax returns, purchase invoices, etc.) to determine whether or not a tax was owed.
5. What are the similarities between sales and use tax? What are the differences?
Applications submitted without a completed questionnaire and application will not receive further consideration for this position.
290 - 083 - 4335 - 752
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SUTD/SACRAMENTO DISTRICT 3321 Power Inn Road, Ste #210 Sacramento, CA 95826-3889
Jeremiah Oakden (916) 227-6800
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