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4 Year Degree
The Deputy Director of Revenue is responsible for the administration and enforcement of taxes in Jefferson County, Alabama. The Deputy Director of Revenue oversees the day-to-day operations of the Revenue Department, which is distributed across five locations throughout the county.
The Deputy Director of Revenue will monitor revenue-related changes in legislation and ensure that these changes are effectively applied across the department. This individual will participate in budget formulation including monitoring, goal-setting, and long-and short-range planning. The Deputy Director of Revenue acts as a liaison to other local offices, state and federal agencies as related to the Department of Revenue.
The Deputy Director of Revenue may also respond directly to citizen concerns regarding various taxation-related questions. This individual will also conduct research as needed on specific issues related to motor vehicles registrations and titles, business taxes, business license, and employee and customer complaints and provides information on a detailed knowledge of rules, policies, and procedures of the department and County.
The Deputy Director directs the functional operations of the Revenue Department, ensures that employees have the necessary resources to accomplish goals, and assists the Director in the execution of his/her vision in planning, organizing, directing, and evaluating the activities of revenue functions in Jefferson County
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business administration, public administration, or closely related field
Held managerial role within an accounting, financial, and/or revenue function.
Held roles of progressive experience and exposure to accounting and/or financial functions such as cash management, internal controls, budgeting, and general ledger.
Knowledge of, or exposure to, various tax-related functions such as audits, compliance, and enforcement.
Demonstrated a track record of staying abreast of revenue-related laws, policies, and regulations
Advanced degree (e.g., master’s) in accounting, finance, business administration, public administration, or closely related field
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) license.
Experience with and/or applying governmental accounting standards.
Developing and implementing policies and procedures regarding revenue-related laws and regulations.
Experience with various tax-related functions such as audits, compliance, and enforcement.
Additional Salary Information: Salary upon starting position is dependent upon qualifications and experience.
About Jefferson County Commission
Named after Thomas Jefferson, the main author of the Declaration of Independence and third President of the United States, Jefferson County was founded in 1819 by the Alabama Legislature. Home to nearly 700,000 residents, Jefferson County is Alabama's most populated county.Jefferson County is governed by five Commissioners elected from specific districts of the County. Each Commissioner is responsible for administering assigned departments and functions of County government.The Jefferson County Commission recognizes the value of a qualified and diverse workforce, and through the Human Resources Department facilitates a fair, equitable, and productive work environment for all County employees - our most valuable resource.Great Benefits include: Medical Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Holidays, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Leave, Pension Plan, Deferred Compensation, and Credit Union.
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