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Description: • Develop and implement research strategies for various projects. • Design, create and maintain databases that will be used revenue monitoring, policy analysis and audit selection. • Construct policy option simulations. • Work closely with staff from Tax Policy and other divisions to successfully implement and track results of large scale analytical projects. • Prepare reports and respond to ad-hoc queries, data and reporting requests.

Salary $ 52,143.00 - $ 78,997.00 (Annual)
Type of Opportunity Full Time
Location New York, NY
Field of Study Economics, Statistics, Finance, Management, Business Administration, Public Administration, Public Policy or related field
Degree Wanted BA or MA
Special Skills & Requirements 1. A master's degree from an accredited college or university in economics, statistics, finance, management, business administration, public administration, public policy or related field; or 2. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university, including or supplemented by 24 semester credits in one or more of the course areas of economics, statistics, finance, management, mathematics, business administration, public administration, and public policy, 12 semester credits of which must have been in economics; and one year of satisfactory full-time experience in one or more of the fields of finance; economic, fiscal or statistical research; policy analysis; or quantitative, business, market or financial analysis. Graduate semester credits in any of the areas described in "1" above may be substituted for the undergraduate semester credits on the basis that each 3 graduate semester credits may be substituted for 6 of the required undergraduate semester credits.
Company Name NYC Department of Finance
Address: 59 Maiden Lane; New York, NY
About the Company: NYC Department of Finance (DOF) is responsible for administering the tax revenue laws of the city fairly, efficiently, and transparently to instill public confidence and encourage compliance while providing exceptional customer service. The Tax Policy Division reviews, analyzes, and evaluates existing and proposed policies and legislation that affect the Department of Finance and the City. This includes analyzing the revenue and distributional impacts of proposed changes to the tax system, monitoring and reporting on City tax and parking revenues, working with local and state level public agencies and private sector interests in promoting improved tax administration, and advising the Commissioner, Executive Office, and the City's Office of Management and Budget on City revenue and budget issues. The Tax Policy Division is also responsible for all modeling and data mining for Audit and Enforcement. Tax Policy also prepares briefing/position papers on tax policy and issues a variety of public reports and newsletters on tax-related issues. The Tax Policy/Research & Analyst unit seeks an experienced individual with strong quantitative economic and fiscal research skills to develop estimates and forecasts based on complex programming and data analysis.
How To Apply: Please apply online at Search for Job ID 285782
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