This is a Limited Term Position for 12 months; position may become permanent if permanent funding is approved. Under the general direction of the Staff Services Manager II, the Settlement Staff Analyst is responsible for performing professional, varied and complex research, analysis and formulation of program policies and procedures; working closely and providing advice and consultation to the Assistant Chief Counsel, Supervising Tax Counsel IV, and the Associate Government Program Analyst. The incumbent works with considerable independence and performs a wide variety of responsible, complex and sensitive analytical staff services assignments relating to the Administrative Settlement Program; provides consultative services to management; develops, improves and carries out procedures for analysis; conducts or reviews analytical studies; identifies and proposes recommendations on issues affecting the Settlement Section and Settlement Division; designs, creates, maintains and utilizes a variety of databases and systems for analyzing Settlement Section and Settlement Division programs and activities; provides assistance to the Associate Governmental Program Analyst (AGPA) in the Settlement Section. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
To be considered for this position and granted an interview, you must complete and submit a Supplemental Questionnaire with your application. When answering the supplemental question, please respond in typed double spaced pages. Please respond to the following supplemental statements:
1. What is the Board’s policy on confidentiality?
2. Please describe your experience and/or knowledge of the Board of Equalization’s appeals and settlement processes.
3. Please describe your experience in working with the Board of Equalization’s mainframe computer system, IRIS, and the Microsoft application Excel.
4. Please describe your ability to work as a team member on a project.
5. Please describe your experience working with changing priorities concerning time-sensitive issues.
6. Please describe your ability to resolve complex issues.
7. Keeping in mind the normal workflow demand, how would you prioritize a special project assignment and what resources would you use when completing the assignment?
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Legal Department - Settlement Division
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Legal Department - Settlement Division 450 N Street, MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA 95814
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