WHAT IS THE Small Business/Self-Employed DIVISION? The Small Business/Self-Employed (SB/SE) Division provides examinations and taxpayer education services for about 7 million small businesses and upwards of 33 million self-employed and supplemental income taxpayers.
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WHAT DOES A LEAD TAX EXAMINING TECHNICIAN DO? As a Lead Tax Examining Technician, you will serve as the work leader for a team of tax examiners. In this role, you will carry out a full range of administrative and technical assistance. This work involves a diversity of issues related to a wide range of tax processing regulatory requirements and procedures administered by the Internal Revenue Service. As a lead, you will provide training, quality review and be an instructor or on-the-job instructor. In this position, you will lead and/or participate in team discussions, provide a positive environment and use sound judgment in resolving work issues.
As a Lead Tax Examining Technician, you will:
- Distribute, balance, monitor and report workload in accordance with established workflow or job specialization and maintain your own assigned inventory.
- Assure equitable distribution among employees and timely accomplishment.
- Amend or reject work not meeting established standards.
- Maintain current knowledge of procedures, policies and directives to provide employees both classroom and OJT instructions.
- Resolve simple informal complaints.
- Complete unit quality reviews, provide reports on performance, progress and training needs of employees.
- Make suggestions concerning personnel actions and recognition of outstanding performance. Provide feedback to the manager regarding employee performance when standards are not met.
- Perform administrative duties in the absence of the manager.
- This is a bi-lingual position. Applicants will be required to demonstrate proficiency in Spanish. To be proicient you must be able to speak, read and write in English and Spanish. If you state that you are proficient in a foreign language, you may be assessed at any time during the hiring process to determine if you possess the required level of proficiency. If you are unable to demonstrate the required level of proficiency, you will be rated ineligible and will not be considered for selection.
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