Audits Manager II

September 25, 2022

Job Responsibilities
The State Treasurer’s Office promotes a culture that is a fast-paced environment that supports high performance, exceptional work product, accountability and collaboration.

Under direction of the Program Manager III, leads Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) audit efforts and acts as the resident GASB expert. Leads complex financial analysis projects, compliance, research and executive initiatives for the State Treasurer’s Office (STO).

– Conducts internal financial, administrative compliance, operational efficiency and program effectiveness audits.
– Evaluates the significance of audit findings and expands the scope of audit tests when necessary.
– Serves as the liaison between external auditors and the agency. Assists with initiating, monitoring, and conducting exams of third-party audit firms. Consults with and accommodates external auditors, participates in entrance and exit conferences and monitors compliance with any management letter recommendations. Coordinates and evaluates management’s responses to external findings upon request.
– Performs and presents in-depth research on financial, legal or technical issues and special projects involving the Treasury, Debt, Investments & Banking functions for the agency. Presents research or findings in oral or written form as may be required. Prepares and reviews documents for accuracy prior to final submission or distribution and/or authorized signature. Performs other duties as assigned.
– Coordinates and assists with all external reporting. Oversees and ensures compliance and conformance with generally accepted accounting principles and reporting requirements of federal, state and local entities. Serves as agency subject matter expert for Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) regulations. Monitors and ensures compliance with GASB updates and regulations.
– Analyzes agency business operations to provide technical advice and direction to senior management on the analysis, planning, organizing and controlling of agency systems and services involving financial areas and materials.

Minimum and Additional Requirements:

A bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or a related field with multiple accounting courses and at least seven (7) years of progressively responsible professional experience in accounting, auditing, banking, or finance functions.

Preferred Qualifications
Certification as a Certified Professional Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Government Finance Officer (CGFO), or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is preferred.

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