Under the general supervision of a Business Taxes Administrator I or Business Taxes Compliance Supervisor II, the Business Taxes Compliance Specialist independently audits use tax documentation and effects filing and collection of delinquent returns of the more complex and difficult situations as well as audit the more difficult claims of exemption. The incumbent, while working autonomously, informs the supervisor of especially complex and/or sensitive issues on assigned cases and acts as an expert resource to journey level staff with responsibility under the various sales and use tax programs and provides administrative support to management and supervision. The position is located in a high-rise building. Travel required 5% of the time. All applicants will be considered however, SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
Supplemental Questions - please include your responses to the following questions in order to be considered for the positions.
1. The Business Taxes Compliance Specialist is a lead person position and plays a lead role in the training and development of employees. Please describe any experience that you may have in this area.
2. Please describe your understanding of R&T Code Section 6225 and 6452.2 and how these relate to the administration of the use tax law.
3. Please describe your experience in uncovering unreported use tax.
4. Please detail your understanding of the four Use Tax activities administered by the Use Tax Administration Section.
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SUTD/ UTAS 3737 Main Street, Ste. 1000 Riverside CA 92501
Eddie Villegas (951) 682-3610
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