Depending on experience: With Bachelor's degree $68,000-$71,000 With Master's degree $71,000-$74,000 With CPA $74,000-$77,000
What You'll Do:
Conduct financial and compliance audits of the State of Arizona and its agencies, universities, counties, and community colleges following AICPA’s generally accepted auditing standards, the U.S. GAO’s Government Auditing Standards, and other federal auditing requirements.
Provide guidance and supervision to Auditor Is.
Assist audit managers and seniors with administrative tasks such as time budgets and performance evaluations.
Occasionally travel out of town to conduct audits.
What You'll Need:
Bachelor’s or master’s degree with 24 completed semester hours of accounting.
Two years’ or more financial statement audit experience.
Ability to work independently and collaboratively and prioritize under tight deadlines.
Knowledge and understanding of the AICPA’s auditing standards and the Governmental Accounting Standards Board’s accounting and reporting standards at an intermediate level.
Strong interest in public service and improving State government.
Ability to evaluate an auditee’s internal controls, including IT general controls, and determine auditee’s compliance with laws, regulations, and other applicable standards.
Excellent analytical, research, critical thinking, time management, and verbal and written communication skills.