There are currently two Tax Auditor II-OOS (Revenue Agent II) vacancies in Chicago, Ill. These positions work as out-of-state agents in training to conduct applicable detailed audit procedures, including developing of sampling methods to satisfy audit objectives; guiding the conduct of the audit; and creating and supporting audit findings; independently analyze taxpayer information; determine the correct tax liability, penalty and interest due; and interpret and ensure compliance with applicable Colorado statutes, rules, regulations, departmental policy and guidelines and professional auditing and accounting standards. Work is conducted primarily at the taxpayers location. The work also includes recommending proposed tax adjustments and jeopardy assessments and, when necessary, researching legal tax issues and developing arguments to substantiate agency position(s); disseminating information to promote voluntary tax compliance; advising taxpayers, their representatives, and industry groups on tax laws and their rights; and directly representing the agency to corporate controllers, legal counsel, financial auditors, and CPA's. The work also involves preparing various reports reflecting specialized tax issues and problems; and other activities to ensure the state receives its share of tax and other revenues.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's degree which must have included 27 semester hours in accounting coursework; and two years of professional tax auditing experience (The acceptable coursework may include coursework in auditing. No more than three semester hours in accounting-related computer and information systems may be counted towards this requirement).
- Professional Tax Auditing experience is defined as any combination of the following:
- Professional experience conducting/performing tax audits on or for government (federal, state, local) entities
- Professional experience conducting/performing tax audits on or for corporate entities
- Professional experience auditing financial statements used in the preparation of corporate tax returns of multi-state and/or multinational corporations whose annual sales exceed $10 million
For more details, including substitutions, and to apply, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/jobs and search on "Department of Revenue". Do not send an e-mail or apply through Indeed. All applications MUST go through the Colorado website, or follow the alternative instructions presented there. Thank you.