For Immediate Release
March 29, 2023
Contact: Yating Campbell
Office of Public Affairs
California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Is Hiring Statewide
Meet Recruitment Specialists at a Virtual Open House on April 7
Sacramento – The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) is hosting a virtual Hiring Open House on April 7, 2023, to fill openings in accounting, business administration, business management, and finance. CDTFA has positions available in all 22 California field offices for tax auditors, business taxes representatives, tax technicians, and student assistants. People with degrees in business or accounting are encouraged to apply.
“We're looking for talented individuals to join us. Working at CDTFA, you can make a real difference in the lives of Californians,” said California Department of Tax and Fee Administration Director Nick Maduros. “The revenue we collect funds our schools, libraries, parks, and other vital social services. We invest in our team, offering ongoing professional development, and offer a great work-life balance.”
Potential applicants will meet recruitment specialists to discuss CDTFA's career openings across the state, get insight into day-to-day operations, learn about the state hiring process, and receive interview tips. Registrants will receive a link to the event. If you want to attend the virtual open house and haven't yet registered, fill out the form at the link below.
Virtual Open House
Friday, April 7
11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Learn more about CDTFA's programs and culture on LinkedIn and visit the CDTFA Careers website for application instructions, exam information, and career resources. Watch our recruitment video, CDTFA: Gateway to New Opportunities 2023 to learn why applicants should join #TeamCDTFA.
Jobseekers can email CDTFA's Outreach and Recruitment Team for questions about the open house or career opportunities at CDTFA.
The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) administers California's sales and use, fuel, tobacco, alcohol, cannabis taxes, and various other taxes and fees that fund specific state programs. CDTFA-administered programs accounted for more than $94 billion last fiscal year, supporting essential local services such as transportation, public safety and health, libraries, schools, social services, and natural resource management programs through the distribution of tax dollars going directly to local communities.