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Job Title: Revenue Officer Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
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Location: NATIONWIDE, US United States
Position Type: Full Time
Post Date: 04/17/2024
Expire Date: 06/16/2024
Job Categories: Government and Policy
Job Description
Revenue Officer Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
Use your business and customer service experience or your college degree (any major) to qualify for an entry-level IRS Revenue Officer employment opportunity. Opportunities exist in cities/states throughout the country.

You’ll be an employee of the Federal Government with all rights and benefits and, as an IRS Revenue Officer, you’ll use your skills and knowledge to assist taxpayers in complying—correctly and voluntarily—with our country’s tax laws. At the same time, you’ll have a sense of public service, knowing that your tax collection responsibilities contribute to everything from funding domestic programs to the defense of our nation.

Starting your federal career at the IRS will open numerous doors of opportunity both within the IRS and, potentially, in other federal agencies. Employees are often encouraged to transfer between agencies, using the abilities gained at one agency to benefit another.

At the IRS, you will be given many training and advancement opportunities within the Revenue Officer occupational area. Change in duty location is possible, should that be a goal of yours. Other IRS employment opportunities include jobs such as Revenue Agent, Criminal Investigator (Special Agent), and Tax Law Specialist. These types of jobs are all within your reach, depending upon the experience you gain in the agency and additional education that you might attain while an employee.

Your entry-level work as a Revenue Officer comes with a complete training program to help you succeed. Additionally, you’ll be a full-time employee, eligible for comprehensive health and leave benefits, while attending the training before you venture forth to perform the kind of duties listed below.
Duties:
• Provides customer service by respecting and explaining the taxpayer's rights and IRS policies and procedures. Customer service is based upon learning, interpreting, and applying policies and procedures, regulations, court decisions, state and local laws, and various Titles of the United States Code.
• Collects delinquent tax and secures delinquent returns from taxpayers who have not resolved their obligations in response to prior correspondence or other contact. Conducts interviews with taxpayers (and/or their representatives) in different environments—such as the business location, residence, or office—as part of the investigative process of collecting delinquent taxes and securing delinquent tax returns.
• Performs credit and financial analysis of the taxpayer’s financial records to determine the taxpayer’s financial condition and ability to pay outstanding tax obligations and prevent future delinquencies. Analyzes financial information and evaluates assets. Applies expense standards and provides guidance on a wide range of financial alternatives to assist taxpayers in identifying options that could assist in resolving delinquent tax obligations, including installment agreements, offers in compromise, or suspending collection action. For business taxpayers, analyzes financial statements that include balance sheets, income statements, and profit and loss statements.
• Performs financial investigations in situations where taxpayers are unwilling to be forthcoming concerning assets and sources of income. Searches public records, tax returns, and financial and credit information to locate distrainable assets. Summonses taxpayer records and other financial information from the taxpayer and financial institutions or other third parties. Confers with internal and external advisors, analysts, or attorneys (e.g., Counsel or Department of Justice) regarding case development, issue determination, case processing, and coordination. Develops a feasible plan of action to resolve the case.
• Plans and takes appropriate enforcement actions to secure an assessment of past due returns, such as summonsing tax records. Takes appropriate enforced collection action, such as levies, redemptions, seizures, nominee liens, judicial actions, or fraud investigation. Conducts trust fund recovery penalty investigations; evaluates willfulness, responsibility, and authority; and recommends penalty assessments. Prepares affidavits, statements, and testimony for court cases, such as summons enforcement or seizure action. Files and releases federal tax liens.
Qualifications & Requirements
Qualifications
Federal experience is not required to qualify for any of the grade levels identified below. You will qualify for one of the following opportunities based on your specialized experience and/or education.
Experience for the GS-7 grade level:
You must have one (1) year of specialized experience at a level of difficulty that includes experience in business organization and commercial practices; knowledge of investigative techniques and methods, and the ability to apply such techniques to the analysis of business and financial matters; practical knowledge of business law, including laws governing fraudulent transfers, secured and unsecured debts, negotiable instruments, business corporations, and survivorship rights and titling instruments; knowledge of delinquent loan collection processes and techniques; working knowledge of accounting principles and practices; knowledge of the Internal Revenue Code and related federal tax regulations and procedures.

OR You may substitute education for specialized experience as follows:
Superior Academic Achievement may be met by having a bachelor's degree, with one of the following: A GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale for all completed undergraduate courses or those completed in the last two (2) years of study, a GPA of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale for all courses in the major field of study or those courses in the major completed in the last two (2) years of study, or rank in the upper one-third of the class in the college, university, or major subdivision, or membership in a national honor society recognized by the Association of College Honor Societies.
OR You may substitute education for specialized experience as follows: One (1) academic year of graduate education in a field of study such as business administration (e.g., finance, accounting, auditing, marketing, and business law), law, economics, criminology, political science, government, public administration, or another related field.
OR A combination of experience and education.

Experience for the GS-9 grade level:
To qualify at this grade level, you must have federal tax collection specialized experience.
OR You may substitute education for specialized experience as follows:
Master's or equivalent degree or two (2) full academic years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree in a related field of study such as business administration (e.g., finance, accounting, auditing, marketing, and business law), law, economics, criminology, political science, government, public administration, or another related field;
OR LL.B. or J.D., if related; OR A combination of experience and education.

Experience for the GS-11 grade level:
To qualify at this grade level, you must have federal tax collection specialized experience.
OR You may substitute education for specialized experience as follows:
PhD or equivalent degree or three (3) full academic years of progressively higher-level graduate education leading to such a degree in a related field such as business administration (e.g., finance, accounting, auditing, marketing, and business law), law, economics, criminology, political science, government, public administration, or another related field;
OR LL.M., if related; OR A combination of experience and education.

Salary and Benefits
This position starts at a salary of $46,696.00 (GS-7, Step 1) with promotion potential to $111,157.00 (GS-11, Step 10). Employees receive the full package of federal employment benefits that include health and insurance plans, a generous annual and sick leave program, and participation in the Thrift Savings Plan, which is a retirement plan similar to a traditional 401(k).
In addition, a recruitment incentive has been authorized for eligible, highly qualified applicants. The incentive will be $5,000 and will require a service agreement.

How to Apply
Click this site’s APPLY link to access the official Revenue Officer Job Opportunity Announcement (JOA) on USAJOBS.gov, the federal government’s official employment site. You will learn exactly how to submit your application package, including your resume, an online assessment questionnaire, and possibly other documents. You will also learn about telework eligibility, U.S. citizenship, and other requirements that should be reflected in the information you provide in your resume.
Interested in other career opportunities with IRS? Visit jobs.irs.gov to see other IRS opportunities such as Revenue Agent and Criminal Investigator-Special Agent (which require accounting coursework) and Contact Representative (which provides technical assistance to taxpayers), as well as other tax law-related opportunities.
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