In the Headquarters Special Operations Branch, under the general supervision of a Business Taxes Compliance Supervisor III, a Business Taxes Compliance Specialist performs the more difficult and non-routine tasks received from field offices involving bankruptcy and collection cases and issues. The work reaches across multiple tax and fee programs. The tasks require a greater breadth and depth of experience and knowledge than required at the Business Taxes Representative level. Examples of non-routine tasks include: preparation of more complex bankruptcy claims for large amounts of money involving large corporations with many closely related subsidiaries; preparation of referrals to the Attorney General or out-of-state counsel involving bankruptcy cases in which the agency has to protect the State's interests; preparation of replies to complex tax and bankruptcy issues; review and support attorneys in preparation of legal documents. Position may become permanent if project/workload is permanently established. Please indicate on your application the position number for which you are applying. The position requires the incumbent to be fingerprinted. The position is located in a high-rise building. All applicants will be considered; however SROA/Surplus will be given priority.
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Special Operations Branch-Bankruptcy
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Special Operations Branch-Bankruptcy 450 N Street MIC: 04 Sacramento, CA 95814
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