Under the close supervision of a Business Taxes Administrator I and in a learner capacity, the Student Assistant will assist Tax Technician staff in the performance of the less difficult and complex technical work, and assist with basic compliance and technical support. This includes, but is not limited to, applying laws, rules and policies relating to the Board of Equalization’s programs; performing account maintenance work, including the reviewing of taxpayer records and account files to proper assist in providing sales and use tax related information; updating account information as necessary; assist in processing incoming and outgoing taxpayer’s information via mail which may include money payments and sensitive and confidential tax program information; screening and answering telephone calls related to the tax program. Actions taken are recorded on taxpayer’s account. Wage will be adjusted per hourly rate worked. Meeting the training requirements for this position may require overnight travel for one or more consecutive days. Continued enrollment in college courses is required. Students with academic majors related to Accounting, Business, Economics and Finance are encouraged to apply. Hours are flexible. Please submit your standard State Application, Form 678, along with your unofficial transcripts to the following email address: SUTD-Hiring-SanFrancisco@boe.ca.gov.
Travel required up to 10% of the time.
Multiple positions available.
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SUTD-San Francisco District
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SUTD-San Francisco District 121 Spear Street, Ste. 460 San Francisco, CA 94105
Justin Weist (415) 356-6691
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