Title: BUSINESS TAXES SPECIALIST I, BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Salary: $5,328.00 - $6,670.00 Posted: 01/30/2014
Under the general direction of the Principal Audit Supervisor of the Motor Carrier Office (MCO), Special Taxes Audit & Carrier Division, the Business Taxes Specialist I will review and analyze International Fuel Taxes Agreement (IFTA) transmittals. This involves a detailed examination of the transmittals having high dollar amounts to ensure state revenues are protected. The incumbent will also assist in the audit review process, which often requires written and/or verbal communication with the field auditors, and the Audit Supervisor concerning problems disclosed during the review. The incumbent must be familiar with personal computer word processing and spreadsheets. The incumbent will also conduct the most difficult audits within the MCO, or serve as lead auditor on large audits. These functions will include auditing sophisticated inter and intra related companies, analyze complex business records, review and evaluate petitions, analyze taxpayers claims for refund, and draft proposed regulations. The incumbent should be familiar with, or be prepared to learn, IFTA Articles of Agreement, IFTA Procedures Manual, IFTA Audit Manual, Diesel Fuel Tax Law, Use Fuel Tax Law and other Board laws and procedures applicable to the MCO audit program. Position may require up to 50% in and out-of-state travel. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
290 - 496 - 4380 - 012
BOE- PSTD- Motor Carrier Office
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BOE- PSTD- Motor Carrier Office, MIC: 65 1030 RIVERSIDE PKWY., STE 125 WEST SACRAMENTO CA, 95605
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