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The Department of Revenue’s greatest assets are its employees.
We want all our employees to feel rewarded and happy in their DOR career journey.
The Department of Revenue offers its employees: alternative work schedules, training & development opportunities, recognition programs, health insurance, employee wellness programs, vision & dental coverage, retirement options, annual & sick leave, 13 paid state holidays, and College Savings programs.
The Department of Revenue is divided into three functional programs: Administration, Tax Operations, and External Operations. Many of the Agency’s divisions focus directly on tax collection and distribution while others provide administrative support to their counterparts.
In addition to the collection of revenue or taxes, the Department performs a wide range of tasks including the regulation and enforcement of alcohol and tobacco statutes, taxation of interstate trucking, administration of motor vehicle license plates and titles, review of county property tax digests, implementation of the unclaimed property program, and development of tax forms, instructions, and procedures.
Administration includes Finance, Human Resources, Internal Audits, Information Technology, Office of the General Counsel & the Commissioner's Office.
Tax Operations includes the Audits, Compliance, Tax Policy, Sales Tax, and Taxpayer Services & Processing Divisions.
External Operations includes the Motor Vehicle Division, Local Government Services, Alcohol & Tobacco, and Law Enforcement.
Customer Service Representatives
Customer Service Representatives are often the first point of contact for our citizens and other stakeholders when it comes to resolving their important questions or needs related to filing/processing tax returns (and refunds), obtaining refund payments, locating & applying payments, understanding assessments, and processing title & vehicle registrations. More >
Revenue AgentsRevenue Agents contribute to our mission of educating and assisting taxpayers in achieving and maintaining voluntary compliance with the tax laws of the State of Georgia. Working with individuals or business entities, Revenue Agents are equally committed to providing services which bring our stakeholders back into compliance via options such as offers in compromise, bankruptcy, or payment plans. More >
Tax ExaminersTax Examiners learn a multitude of tax types to provide assistance with the filing, examination, and processing of tax returns (and refunds). They provide service to individuals and businesses alike across such tax matters as individual, corporate, sales & use, withholding, tax credits & incentives, and motor fuel, just to name a few! More >