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|Salary Range 23||$3048||$4654||$3195||$3347||$3506||$3672||$3857||$4039||$4232||$4434|
GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
The GOVERNMENTAL AUDITOR 1 applies auditing and analytical skills to perform the full range of audit functions in accordance with the appropriate audit standards, including examination of operations, management, fiscal and accounting functions/systems and internal control structures of agencies or other entities receiving public funds. Employees in this class may independently conduct small, narrow scope audits or participate as a team member performing segments of larger more complex audits and may occasionally act as team leader on segments of large audit projects.
This is the second level of a four-level class series. Responsibility to independently complete assigned portions of audits and the greater degree of judgment required distinguishes this class from the lower level. The absence of responsibility to plan, coordinate and complete entire audit projects or the absence of regular on-going team leader responsibilities distinguishes this class from the higher level.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The duties listed below are not inclusive but characteristic of the type and level of work associated with this class. Individual positions may perform all or some combination of the duties listed below as well as other related duties.
RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS
During the course of an audit, employees in this class have regular personal and written contact with agency or organization officials, accountants, and other staff to answer audit questions and document information.
Employees in this class receive general supervision from a higher level auditor or administrative superior. Work is reviewed through regular conferences to assess work in progress and as needed to discuss issues or resolve problems. Completed work papers are reviewed to determine if documentation is accurate, complete, supports conclusions drawn, achieves audit objectives and conforms with generally accepted auditing standards.
Work is performed within the parameters of applicable Federal rules and regulations, State Statutes, agency policies and procedures and the appropriate professional standards as established by the Institute of Internal Auditors, General Accounting Office, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and/or other applicable standard setting organization.
Some positions in this class require the willingness to travel, including overnight trips, to perform audits at entities in various geographic locations under a variety of working conditions and to work irregular hours as required.
A Bachelor's degree in a business-related field, such as business administration, public administration, finance, economics, computer science, etc., AND either;
One year of auditing experience OR successful completion of the duties and training as an Oregon Governmental Auditor (Entry).
Twenty quarter hours of college course in a business or financial field such as the areas listed above AND two additional years of auditing experience may substitute for the degree. Transcripts must be submitted for all required or related courses.