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|Salary Range 26||$3506||$5367||$3672||$3857||$4039||$4232||$4434||$4654||$4883||$5124|
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The FISCAL AUDITOR 2 audits the accounting records and financial statements of governmental agencies, utilities, and private businesses subject to State regulation or functions as an internal auditor. Employees in this class work independently, or in teams, to determine the accuracy of financial statements, accounting systems, and the adequacy of internal controls. Audits may be performed in the field or by desk review. Employees in this class coordinate team audits and training of lower-level auditors.
This is the third level of a three-level series. It is distinguished from the lower levels by the complexity of audits assigned to employees in this class and the added responsibility for coordinating team audits and training lower-level staff.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
Employees in this class have daily in-person and telephone contact with agency or corporate officials, accountants, and representatives during the course of an audit to answer questions and document information. Contact with these individuals may be required during rate-case issues, studies, or special audits for obtaining additional information or to provide documentation.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from an administrative supervisor. Work is reviewed for accuracy and compliance with established State and Federal rules, regulations, guidelines, policies and procedures, and professional audit standards. Employees work independently, or in teams, on an assigned audit schedule or team project.
Positions are found in central and remote locations throughout State government (e.g., general government agencies, human or natural resource agencies, correctional, mental health, or higher education institutions, hospitals, etc.). They require the willingness to work within the environment associated with the position's location. They require the willingness to travel, perhaps in inclement weather and under adverse road conditions, to perform audits at entities in various geographic locations throughout the State.
Two more years of accounting or financial auditing experience may substitute for the degree.