Title: INFORMATION OFFICER I (SPECIALIST) Salary: $4,400.00 - $5,508.00 Posted: 03/20/2014
Position may be housed in either the Fresno district office or the Bakersfield branch office. Under the direction of the Information Officer ll, the Information Officer I (Specialist) is responsible for the more difficult professional and technical tasks associated with establishing the objectives of the Outreach and Taxpayer Services Program in the Second Equalization District. The incumbent plans, writes, edits and prepares the more complicated information material for dissemination to the public regarding the activities and objectives of the Sales and Use Tax Department (SUTD). The incumbent advises management on public relations related to outreach efforts and the implication of proposed actions; contacts individuals and members of interested organizations to keep them informed about SUTD activities and outreach efforts; researches and interprets information to be disseminated or presented to the public through written/visual materials, including those translated into languages other than English, online or verbally; makes speeches and/or creates presentations before various groups and promotes knowledge and use of the agency’s services. Working knowledge of the Board of Equalization is desirable. All applicants will be considered. However, SROA/Surplus will be given priority (be sure to attach proof of this status with your application). Travel required up to 50% of the time.
290 - 043 - 5601 - 842
SUTD/Field, 2nd Dist Bakersfield
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SUTD/Field, 2nd Dist Bakersfield 450 N Street, MIC: 46 Sacramento, CA 95814
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