At direction of Audit Manager, on-the-job training, reviewing work papers, arriving at conclusions, delivering audits, holding exit conferences, Based on audit results, writes report letters on internal control evaluations, compliance evaluations, and opinions on supplementary schedule of federal financial assistance. Compiles and reviews audit report before submission to Audit Manager. Completes the most complex portions of the audit program relating to internal control evaluation, account balance testing, and compliance with applicable local, state, and federal laws/regulations (all of which involves interpretation of complicated governmental accounting principles involving subjects such as budgetary controls, accruals, long-term liabilities, revenue recognition, risk classification of deposits, and others as required.) At request of Audit Manager or Director, conducts training sessions in audit-related areas or conducts technical audit reviews. Serves in an advisory capacity to the Audit Manager on major procedural and policy questions. As part of an audit team, participates in the examination of financial statements for third-party reliance. Duties may include the coordination of policy or technical issues with other state agencies or professional trade organizations. May prepare and provide testimony before cabinet officials, legislative staff and committees, and enforcement agencies. This is a part-time position less than 100 hours. |
Selection Method :
Qualifying: All candidates who apply and meet the minimum requirements are eligible for placement on the register for hiring consideration.
BOOKKEEPING AND ACCOUNTING
Characteristics of the Class :
Under limited supervision and direction of Audit Manager, examines highly technical operations within local and state government; serves as auditor-in-charge and provides direct supervision on complex audits in a supervisory role both administratively and audit related OR assists Audit Manager/Office Head in oversight responsibilities, including technical review of audits, and performs other duties as required.
Typical Working Conditions and Unique Physical Requirements :
Work is performed in an office environment. Normal physical activity is required. Periodic overnight travel is required to perform on-site audit procedures and to attend training opportunities as assigned.
Additional Requirements :
Applicants and employees in this classification may be required to submit to a drug screening test and background check.
Commonwealth of Kentucky - 20 months ago