Auditor I - Motor Vehicle

Recruitment #220525-D12A-16

Introduction

 

Auditor I – Motor Vehicle Division
Level I Annual Salary
: $44,159.00

GENERAL FUNCTION
The Auditor supports the Motor Vehicle Division by performing various routine audits, reviews, or investigations.  This may include independent responsibility for conducting audits of various functions or activities, or serving as a member of an audit team in completing more complex audits or special investigations. 

Positions in this job family are involved in conducting professional operational reviews, audits, or special investigations to determine compliance with laws and regulations, generally accepted accounting procedures, financial accountability standards or other requirements.  This includes scheduling, planning and conducting required audits, reviewing required accounting records or other business documents, evaluating financial controls, identifying deficiencies, advising on compliance with established requirements or standards, and preparing audit reports and supporting documents.

TYPICAL FUNCTIONS
The functions performed by employees in this job family will vary by level, but may include the following:
• Plans, schedules and conducts audits of Motor License Agencies to determine compliance with laws and regulations, generally accepted accounting principles, financial accountability standards or other requirements
• Conducts operational audits involving policies and procedures or management activities to insure compliance with laws, regulations and standards for financial accountability and internal controls
• Reviews financial records; evaluates financial controls; identifies deficiencies
o Provides advice on requirements for compliance with existing laws, policies and standards
• Prepares audit reports; makes recommendations concerning changes in policies or operating procedures
• Performs special investigations as assigned
• Monitors daily transaction activity to identify any instances where contractual obligations were violated or where the facility under- or over-performed based on contract requirements
• Uses the existing auditing procedures to analyze transactions and ensure that the proper amount of fees were collected
• Works with Management to ensure that each audit is being submitted in accordance with proper auditing procedures
• Identifies Motor License Agents error patterns and report those patterns immediately to management
• Creates refunds and ensure that all refunds are being done within the guidelines provided.
• Assists in projects as assigned

COMPLEXITY OF KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES
Knowledge of
• Bookkeeping practices and standards
• Generally accepted accounting principles and practices
• Auditing theories and techniques
• Public and business administration
• Financial statements, ledgers, journals and reports
• Analytical principles
• Modern office methods and procedures, including computer technology related to accounting systems

Skills in
• Attention to detail
• Interpersonal skills
• Verbal communication
• Active listening
• Strong computer skills;
• Exceptional attention to detail

Ability to
• Review and analyze accounting records and business practices
• Prepare audit reports and recommendations
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
• Communicate effectively

LEVEL DESCRIPTORS
The Auditor job family has three levels, which are distinguished by the complexity of assignments, the level of expertise required to perform the duties assigned, and the responsibility for providing leadership to others.

Level I is the entry-level where employees are primarily responsible for performing various routine audits, reviews or investigations or assisting in the completion of more complex audits or investigations as a member of an audit team.  It also includes entry-level auditors who generally perform such work in a training status to build their skills in completing various types of audits and reviews.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS
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.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Level I:    
Education and Experience requirements at this level consist of
• A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, business or public administration; or related field
• OR an equivalent combination of education and experience, substituting one year of paraprofessional experience in auditing, accounting, or similar field for each year of the required education

PREFERENCE STATEMENT
Preference may be given to candidates who:
• Are proficient in Microsoft Office, with an emphasis on Excel
• Completed a CPA or CIA certification

NOTES

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No additional information will be accepted after the application has been submitted.