Independently, or as part of a team, conducts routine &/or non-routine &/or specialized audits (e.g., gathers information; performs review & analysis of records, operations, activities, controls & systems or applies accepted auditing standards & principles) of simply-structured &/or complex programs administered by agencies &/or providers receiving financial resources from or subject to oversight by Office of Medical Assistance in assigned region (e.g., Cleveland) & acts as audit team lead.
Travels statewide to assist other district/regional offices as needed; makes decisions on routine audit issues & acts in absence of supervisor to ensure continued functioning of unit/office when assigned; handles difficult audit issues; prepares audit reports & work papers or if acting as audit team lead, reviews audit reports or segments prepared by team members for accuracy, completeness & compliance with agency standards & procedures & to justify findings & recommendations; designs, creates & uses spreadsheets; interprets rules & regulations; operates microcomputer system or video display terminal to store & retrieve data & produce final audit reports audit findings & recommendations & correspondences.
Conducts entrance & exit conferences with representatives of unit, program, function or entity being audited; provides technical consultation to entities under human services audit jurisdiction (e.g., establishes internal controls or prepares for audits); responds to telephone & written inquiries concerning audits & attends in-service training/seminars & staff meetings.
Performs other related duties as assigned (e.g., maintains records, logs & files).
Completion of undergraduate core coursework in accounting, business administration, computer science or related field; 3 yrs. exp. in auditing or accounting which must have included 18 mos. auditing exp. in accordance with auditing standards or in accordance with prescribed management policies &/or procedures as specified on agency position description ; 12 mos. exp. as audit team lead or auditor in charge.
-Or 5 yrs. exp. in auditing or accounting, which must have included 30 mos. auditing exp. in accordance with auditing standards or in accordance with prescribed management policies &/or procedures as specified on agency position description; 12 mos. exp. as audit team lead or auditor in charge.
-Or 12 mos. exp. as External Auditor 2, 66462.
-Or equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.
Major Worker Characteristics:
Knowledge of accounting; auditing standards & procedures; legal compliance requirements; state & federal statutes & policies & procedures governing operations & financial accountability applicable to entities being audited; public relations; supervisory principles/techniques*; office practice & procedures. Skill in use of calculator; personal computer & applicable software (e.g., spreadsheets; word processor; databases). Ability to develop audit procedures & guidelines & oversee application of procedures in routine &/or non-routine audits; collect & classify information about data, people & things; prepare reports; handle routine & sensitive inquiries from & contacts with representatives of auditees & of public; analyze working papers & audit reports for compliance with professional standards; communicate effectively verbally & in writing; cooperate with co-workers on group projects; read & evaluate technical materials; establish cooperative atmosphere as audit team lead.
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