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    WHAT DOES A CASE PROCESSOR DO? As a Case Processor you will be responsible for providing clerical and technical assistance to the manager and staff in the preparation and execution of documents for the Independent Office of Appeals. In this role, you will be involved in researching specific issues, gathering and verifying pertinent facts and report on your findings to the Shared Administrative Support Organization.

    WHAT IS THE APPEALS DIVISION? Independent by statute, staffed by highly trained professionals who provide mediation for any taxpayer contesting IRS compliance actions. Appeals is the last opportunity for the IRS and a taxpayer to resolve disputes prior to litigation, and ensures that all taxpayers can receive an impartial review of their tax case.

    As an Case Processor you will:

    • Support multiple offices and teams consisting of professional and technical employees both remotely and onsite
    • Retrieve from automated systems a variety of reports/technical material including forms, correspondence, supporting statements, and documents that contain legal, technical, or procedural language pertaining to the administration of the revenue laws.
    • Prepare transmittals, boxes and ships case files and other business documents.
    • Receive and control mail and suspense items, routing them directly to the appropriate person or office for action.
    • Perform administrative and case processing functions including filing, photocopying, faxing, shredding, typing, scanning of documents, and uploading case information.
    • Schedule conferences and meetings, assemble background material, prepare notes regarding topics discussed or to be discussed. Prepare, finalize and distribute summary minutes of meetings as requested.
    • Perform a variety of receptionist and customer service functions, resolving routine and non-routine issues by receiving telephone calls and visitors, answering questions or directing the caller or visitor to the appropriate person or office.

      WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OTHER IRS CAREERS? If you want to find out more about IRS careers, visit us on the web at www.jobs.irs.gov

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1 to 5 nights a month.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/559995300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.