Audit Administrator I - Audit Services

Recruitment #210406-UNCD-75



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Audit Administrator I - Audit Services Division
Annual Salary
: $68,400.00

Positions within this job family are assigned responsibilities which involve serving as the unit administrator of the section of Audit Manager/Supervisors of a multi-disciplinary team of staff members who are assigned to work within a specific audit unit; directs the operations of an audit section within a defined tax type. 

The functions performed by employees in this job family may include the following:
• Develops policies, rules and regulations consistent with federal and state laws pertaining to the administration of the assigned multiple statewide programs and services;
o Develops procedures to implement policies, rules and regulations;
• Reviews and analyzes information from studies and projects for immediate and long range program development;
o Advises subordinate program administrators/managers and other interested groups of the proper interpretation of the analysis;
• Supervises through subordinate personnel and develops controls to assure accountability for program operation, policy implementation, and the maintenance of standards of efficiency in various units;
• Plans, cooperates, establishes, and implements with other program administrators/ managers in the development of cooperative division-wide policies and procedures to improve audit and tax discovery programs;
• Establishes and enhances the effectiveness of Tax Audit operational processes;
• Reviews staff assignments for appropriateness;
o Understands the qualifications of all staff members and ensure that human capital is appropriately distributed within the section;
• Prepares and plans for major projects or assignments and efficiently allocate resources for their completion;
• Plans and coordinates new and existing Discovery Projects to optimize the allocation of work and to maximize revenue recovered in a fiscal year;
• Monitors and reviews key financial and performance metrics on a monthly basis;
• Identifies and mitigates tax compliance risks;
• Understands and monitors all statutes and statute changes pertinent to the section and existing audit processes for all tax years under audit.


• Knowledge of
o Generally accepted accounting principles and practices;
o Auditing theories and techniques;
o Public and business administration;
o Financial statements, ledgers, journals, and reports;
o Analytical principles;
o Modern office methods and procedures, including computer technology related to accounting systems. 

• Ability is required to
o Review and analyze accounting records and business practices;
o Prepare audit reports and recommendations;
o Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others;
o Communicate effectively;
o Supervisor.

• Skills in
o Interpreting, analyzing and resolving highly complex administrative and personnel problems;
o Communicating effectively; both orally and in writing;
o Interpreting and applying policy;
o Establishing and maintaining effective relationships with state officials, field representatives, and all other stakeholders.

Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of:
• A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business or public administration, or related field;
• PLUS five (5) years of professional administrative or managerial experience in accounting, finance, business or public administration;
• OR an equivalent combination of education and/or experience.

Preference may be given to candidates who have obtained a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) certification.

Telework may be required based on the needs of the agency, division, and section.  If applicable, applicant must be willing and able to BOTH work on-site and telework at an off-site location, generally in the applicant’s home.  Applicant must have a secure internet connection and a dedicated telephone (landline) or smart phone device during scheduled working hours.

Employment with the Oklahoma Tax Commission offers benefits, which include medical, dental, life, disability and vision insurance, medical and health care reimbursement programs, retirement plan, deferred compensation plan, paid holidays, and longevity payments. Employees are provided a benefit allowance to spend toward their benefits. Employees earn three weeks annual and three weeks paid sick leave in the first year of employment.

The Oklahoma Tax Commission is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request.

All applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States without visa sponsorship.


Veteran’s preference points apply only for initial appointment in the classified service.