Internal Revenue Service, Department of the Treasury
WHAT IS THE IRSINDEPENDENT OFFICE OF 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.See "Other Information" for Locations.
You must meet the following requirements by the closing date of this announcement.BASIC REQUIREMENTS (FRONTLINE MANAGER): You must have 1 year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty and responsibility equivalent to the next lower level within the payband or GS grade in the normal line of progression in the Federal service.
To be qualifying for this position your experience should be sufficient to demonstrate: Knowledge of management techniques, methods, theories, principles, and labor relations concepts, to assure optimum utilization of personnel, equipment, and space for the accomplishment of all program objectives with combined technical and administrative oversight;nKnowledge and understanding of regulations, other official guidance and principles, including the latest procedures and techniques sufficient to oversee the planning, development and implementation of the technical aspects of programs specific to the position being filled;nKnowledge of basic budget management principles and practices (i.e.
ability to maintain and manage financial resources); andnKnowledge of communicative techniques to effectively and diplomatically interact with internal and external customers.nApplying professional accounting principles, theories and practices (for examples, mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, statistical analysis, transfer pricing agreements, foreign transactions) to analyze and interpret accounting books, records, or systems specifically to determine tax liabilities.nApplying legal principles to include the knowledge of tax law and the ability to interpret its meaning in arriving at an acceptable settlement of tax issues.
Interpreting the tax law means assessing the hazards of litigation by evaluating the meaning of the statutes, regulations, court decisions, congressional intent and other interpretive sources.
Tax issues must have included complex legal issues that arise from tax transactions of mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, statistical analysis, transfer pricing agreements, and foreign transactions.
-The experience may have been gained in the public sector, private sector or Volunteer Service.
One year of experience refers to full-time work; part-time work is considered on a prorated basis.-To ensure full credit for your work experience, please indicate dates of employment by month/year, and indicate number of hours worked per week, on your resume.
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