Job Description: Job Description:
Under the close supervision and in a learner capacity, the Student Assistant will assist in the performance of administrative and/or technical duties in relation to their field of study for various programs administered by the California State Board of Equalization (BOE). The incumbent will learn policies and procedures related to BOE and will perform meaningful tasks which are valuable and necessary to the program of the department. Duties may include assisting professional staff in contacting taxpayer’s by telephone and/or in person regarding rules and regulations administered by BOE, providing the highest quality of customer service to our internal and external customers and summarizing information and/or data verbally or in writing for business or technology use.
Continued enrollment in college courses is required. Students with academic majors and/or a scholastic interest related to Auditing, Accounting, Business Administration, Economics, Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources and Legal are highly encouraged to apply. The BOE will also consider hiring Graduate Student Assistants. The hours are flexible and wage will be adjusted per the hourly rate worked.
Student Assistant Salaries
Range A to D $9.00 to $12.13 per hour
Graduate Student Assistant Salaries
Range A to G $10.59 to $16.51 per hour
General concepts and/or principals involved in administrative and technical office duties.
Learn policies and procedures related to the Board of Equalization.
Reason logically and write effectively.
Analyze situations accurately and take appropriate action.
Review reference materials to obtain solutions.
Assist in research, review and other related activities in the office.
Operate a personal computer, photocopy machine and other electronic office equipment.
Maintain confidentiality of sensitive matters.
Follow verbal and written instructions.
Work in a high-rise building (some locations).
Interest in acquiring knowledge of the organization and functions of the Board.
Interest in assisting taxpayers with tax issues and understanding their rights.
Excellent communication skills both orally and in writing.
Willingness to adjust to changing assignment and priorities.
A demonstrated interest in learning in a professional environment.
How to Apply:
This advertisement is not tied to an available position and has been posted as a part of the Board of Equalization Student Assistant Application Pool. Applications received will be pulled based upon a request from a program area as positions become available. The Student Assistant Application Pool will be updated every semester. Interested candidates must re-apply and send in updated transcripts and proof of enrollment in the beginning of each semester.
Interested candidates must also submit all of the following documents:
State Application (STD.678)
Proof of application for, or enrollment in, an appropriate college or university program
List of at least two references
Please submit your application package to the mailbox below in the area and/or region you are interested in working in:
BOEJobs4Students-BayArea@boe.ca.gov (Includes San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland and all surrounding areas).
BOEJobs4Students-NorCal@boe.ca.gov (Includes Sacramento, Chico, Fresno, Fairfield, Bakersfield and all surrounding areas).
BOEJobs4Students-SoCal@boe.ca.gov (Includes Los Angeles, Orange County, Norwalk, Van Nuys, Ventura, Santa Clarita, Culver City, San Diego, West Covina and all surrounding areas).
Multiple positions available throughout the State of California.
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Will also consider hiring a(n)
GRADUATE STUDENT ASSISTANT $10.59 - $16.51
HRD, Workforce Planning Section
Final Filing Date:
HRD, Workforce Planning Section 450 N Street Sacramento, CA 95814
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