Title: BUSINESS TAXES ADMINISTRATOR II, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,844.00 - $7,636.00 Posted: 12/18/2013
Under the general direction of the Business Taxes Administrator (BTA) III, Centralized Collection Section (CCS), Sales and Use Tax Department, the BTA II provides supervisory guidance and assistance to the Corporate Closeout and Collections teams headed by BTA I’s located in the Board of Equalization’s Norwalk District Office, along with a staff of Business Taxes Specialist (BTS) I’s. The incumbent provides (1) direction and guidance on tax program and administrative problems relative to the operations of the collection section, (2) a major role with setting of statewide collection policies and procedures as an expert in collection issues, audit issues, petitions, and appeals, (3) coordination of special collection projects, (4) coordination of functions with other intradepartmental and interdepartmental groups, and (5) supervisory oversight, including review/approval, for the work of a multi-disciplinary staff and supervisors. The incumbent also advises the BTA III, CCS on collection matters related to district and headquarters collection programs. 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. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 468 - 4331 - 004
Final Filing Date:
SUTD/Centralized Collections/Norwalk 12440 E Imperial Hwy. Ste. 200 Norwalk, CA 90650-8397
Erin Little (562) 466-1902
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