Requirement of Work:
- Prepares audit plans, related audit programs, working papers and draft reports;
- evaluates and verifies financial records; determines if auditee is in compliance with legal requirements;
- conducts entrance and exit conferences;
- recommends changes which will improve the financial records and/or related systems, procedures or control or which will bring audits into legal compliance;
- answer questions of and works with auditee to implement recommended changes;
- conducts State Public Project and CIP contract, grant or sub-grant audits;
- examines government financial electronic data processing facilities and automated systems to evaluate security, controls, and reliability;
- also maybe required to evaluate complex EDP systems and communication networks;
- submits written findings to line audit staff;
- assists in training subordinate auditors and performs other related duties as maybe assigned.
Desirable Preparation for Work:
- Thorough knowledge of the theories, principles, practices and techniques of government auditing;
- thorough knowledge of the preparation and analysis of audit reports and statements;
- thorough knowledge of the functions, organization and procedures of State Departments and agencies;
- ability to apply auditing principles practices and procedures to complex auditing problems;
- ability to plan, organize, and direct the work of others;
- ability to interpret laws, ordinances and regulations; ability to deal with the public.
Graduation from a recognized college or university with a Bachelorís degree in accounting or related field plus four (4) years of auditing experience, two or which must have been in government auditing.