Title: BUSINESS TAXES ADMINISTRATOR II, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,844.00 - $7,636.00 Posted: 11/12/2013
All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Under the general direction of the Supervisor, Audit & Information Section, the Business Taxes Administrator II, as a supervisor in the Audit Support Unit, is responsible for directing staff that perform the most difficult, specialized and highly complex projects or assignments in the exploration and development of sales and use tax programs. This position may act as project manager for major reportable projects. This position assists and advises management, including district management, on sensitive and complex audit issues, policies, procedures and standards used in sales and use tax programs. This position is involved in overall audit policy and procedure development, handles resolution of unprecedented tax issues, and the development and implementation of legislation. This position will identify potential issues and will prioritize, recommend and/or formulate policies on complex technical, procedural and tax law matters. Acts on behalf of the section supervisor. This position is located in a high rise building.
290 - 464 - 4331 - XXX
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SUTD/TPD/AIS 450 N Street, MIC: 44 Sacramento, 95814
Laurie Roth (916) 324-2883
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