Creating Your Dream JobCreating Your Dream JobStrayer UniversityDr. Iris Boyd BUS 310 Human Resources Management March 18, 2017Creating Your Dream Job1
Creating Your Dream Job We all want a dream job that allows us to enjoy life and relax us much as we want, but in the real-world, a career is a lifelong journey. As we develop our skills, our dream job may alter alongthe way. It is important to know where we stand and what we are trying to achieve, that has the maximum possibility to land your dream job. [alu17] My dream job would be in a finance position within the government which would allow me the opportunity to cover my economic expenses as well as allowing room for growth within my savings account. Also, a job where I could apply all the knowledge of my accounting degree. The role of the financial position and thedescription would be as follows:Create a job description and specifications for your dream job. Job Description and responsibilities:Internal revenue Service’s office is currently recruiting for a Tax Analyst and the position will be based in Trenton, NJ.Job Tittle: Tax analyst:The tax Analyst will be responsible for the following:Review, interpret, and set up tax transactions with accuracy and consistency per established timelines, standards, and procedures. Handle complex and/or sensitive taxpayer requests and issues related to tax forms. Maintain Taxpayers records, tax/state levies and child/spousal support, and student loan enforcement orders. Perform review and reconciliation of records on a regular basis.Create reports of activities and findings to document results and review with the manager. Analyze financial data and provide input to the Tax manager.2
Creating Your Dream Job Document and review tax operations procedures and work with the manager and Tax advocate team to contribute to the ongoing development and maintenance of documentation.Partner with Tax Coordinators with day-to-day execution of duties and guide them regarding proper procedures, policies, and requirements. Assist the manager with day-to-day task planning and special projects. Assure understanding of tax operation and broader tax strategies.
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