This is a permanent position located in a Board Member’s San Francisco Office. Under the general direction of the Chief Deputy and direct supervision of the Assistant Deputy, the Business Taxes Compliance Specialist independently performs the more complex compliance activities involved in interpreting sales and use tax law, rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. Responds to numerous inquiries from taxpayers regarding compliance, collection, and audit issues, and works with Board headquarters and district staff to provide analysis of taxpayer concerns raised at various levels of the agency.
Assists the Board Member during adjudicatory deliberations, in making informed programmatic decisions; and applying laws, regulations, and BOE policies and procedures to matters reviewed by the Board member’s office. Makes recommendations to the Board Member in matters involving Sales and Use Tax, local tax, transactions tax, and Special Taxes and Fees laws, regulations and annotations.
Provides support to the Board Member’s outreach program, to include, but not limited to, participating in seminars, presentations and informational sessions to the public, and researching and writing.
Interested applicants must submit a standard state application, and resume to the address indicated, please include the position number on your application; duty statement available upon request. All applicants will be considered, however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority. Please note on your application your eligibility for this vacancy or include whether you are in a SROA/Surplus/Reemployment status (be sure to attach proof of this status to your application). The position is located in a high-rise building. Travel required 5% of the time.
290 - 025 - 8694 - 001
Board Member Office, 1st District, SF
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Human Resources Division 450 N Street, MIC: 20 Sacramento, CA 95814
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