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Virtual CDTFA Open House For Field Office Openings

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) invites job candidates seeking a fulfilling career to join their Fall 2020 Field Office Virtual Recruitment Open House on Friday, Oct. 9, 2020.

The CDTFA is growing their team. The CDTFA is looking for candidates who have an Accounting, Business Administration, Business Management, or Finance background. Job candidates looking for a career with exceptional and diverse team members or need a career with terrific state benefits and great work/life balance should participate in this virtual open house. Job candidates who are dedicated to diligently serving the public and want to learn and grow with the Department can find out about the various open positions in field offices throughout the state.

Participate online in the live Fall 2020 Field Office Virtual Recruitment Open House to meet CDTFA team members and learn about a day in the life of a Tax Auditor and a Business Taxes Representative. The event is open to the public.

The Recruitment Virtual Open House – Fall 2020 is scheduled for Friday, Oct. 9 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at:

CDTFA offers mentoring programs and many other workplace development programs. Its commitment to celebrating diversity and inclusion is woven throughout the CDTFA culture. Team members help administer programs and collect revenue which supports our communities and funds a better quality of life. Learn more about them on LinkedIn or contact the CDTFA Recruitment Section via email at or by calling 1-916-309-0080.

The California Department of Tax and Fee Administration (CDTFA) administers California’s sales and use, fuel, tobacco, alcohol, and cannabis taxes, as well as a variety of other taxes and fees that fund specific state programs. CDTFA-administered programs account for more than $70 billion annually which in turn supports local essential 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.