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  • Solid expectations, great team atmosphere

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    Current Employee - Excise Tax Examiner in Tumwater, WA
    Current Employee - Excise Tax Examiner in Tumwater, WA

    I have been working at Washington Department of Revenue full-time (More than a year)

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    Expectations are clear. Depending on the team you are assigned to, meeting expectations is fairly easy. DOR management is very open to new ideas and if they are feasible, they will actually use them. There is a very solid team atmosphere and everyone is verys supportive of each other. DOR is implementing Lean principles, which is improving the culture even more.


    Lots of "gray" areas makes it hard to do your job at times. Many decisions are tied up in legislative red tape, so making changes can be difficult at times. Finding time to do everything expected of you can be difficult at times.

    Advice to Management

    Continue implementing Lean. Consider adjusting the work load for examiners so that it is more attainable and so that Examiners can actually go to training without it hurting their work time.

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    I applied online. The process took a weekinterviewed at Washington Department of Revenue.


    Very lengthy interview... 32 questions and over 2 hours long! However, the interviewing panel was friendly, and genuine and while the questions were many, they did not throw a lot of weird behavioral questions at me ... most questions were relevant to the job, or to get a feel for what work style I have. All in all I would rate it a very positive experience, I felt comfortable and confident and I also felt they wanted me to be comfortable rather than feeling like I was in the hot seat.

    Interview Questions

    • You are auditing an established business owned by an older couple that has always been honest and made every effort to ensure their taxes and financials were in order. You discover a discrepancy that may financially devastate them. How will you break this news to them?   Answer Question

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Website dor.wa.gov
Headquarters Olympia, WA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1967
Type Government
Industry Government
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year
Competitors Unknown

Unlike tax collector Zacchaeus, you won't find the Washington State Department of Revenue taking more money than it's entitled to. The Department of Revenue is Washington's principal tax collection agency. From state and local sales and use to business and occupation taxes; from retail sales to property taxes, the department oversees about 60 different taxes and processes approximately 2 million tax returns annually. Other duties include providing taxpayer assistance and education, distributing money to local governments, developing tax legislation, handling unclaimed... More

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