- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I worked at Florida Department of Revenue full-time (More than a year)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
It will vary by manager and service center, but generally a lot of autonomy. Give the managers what they need to give to the next level and they will be happy with you.
A different experience every week as you audit different industries and travel around. Lots of miles on the car but there is a mileage reimbursement, which is sometimes that little bit that helps keep you afloat financially...
As for training, there is a lot expected of you to learn on the job. Don't expect a lot of help if you don't seek it out and there is usually someone in the center that likes helping others and you can turn to, even if that person isn't your assigned trainer...
Managers are generally very flexible with your time schedule and days off. Relatively low pension contribution rate compared to over states (some states are over 15% of gross pay, FL is less than 4% as of this time).
Low pay, little formal training, only growth opportunities with through attrition/retirement.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 2+ months – interviewed at Florida Department of Revenue (Tampa, FL).
Long process. Interview was good. Three interviewers ask about 10 questions and grade you on each answer. Entire process took about 2 months.
- All were pretty standard Answer Question
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Florida's Department of Revenue (DOR) has three tasks. The DOR manages the state's Child Support Enforcement, General Tax Administration, and Property Tax Administration programs. The Department's Child Support Enforcement Program provides such services as establishing paternity, issuing orders establishing support obligations, collections, and enforcement for non-support. The General Tax Administration is responsible for the collection, enforcement, and processing of state taxes; it collects around $40 billion annually. About half of collected money goes to education and...