State of Washington
Description You are a motivated self-starter. You can work independently, have strong people skills and possess a minimum of 20 semester or 30 quarter hours in accounting with the ability to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Do not miss this opportunity! Apply today. \u00a0 \u00a0L&I Auditors are introduced to a variety of industries and people allowing for a wide range of knowledge growth. You will independently conduct audits of business financial records to determine premium liability for industrial insurance. Perform on-site audits at employer's facility, and survey work operations to determine risk classifications for job hazards of the business and compliance with industrial insurance reporting requirements. Provide professional consulting and technical assistance to educate employers regarding prime contractor liability, recordkeeping and reporting requirements. This position is open to being filled in East Wenatchee or Moses Lake! \u00a0 \u00a0 Some of what you'll do \u00a0 Identify businesses suspected of non-compliance. Screen, schedule, coordinate, and conduct audits of business financial records. Evaluate and verify financial records. Conduct computer research on firm's accounts with other agency programs. Review employment contracts and conduct fact-finding interviews. Prepare report of audit findings. Prepare subpoenas and other legal documents as needed. Testify at industrial insurance appeals and court proceedings. \u00a0 \u00a0 Upon successful completion of training, you will: Learn and follow Field Audit Standard Audit Processes. Correctly respond to internal and external inquiries about Labor & Industries reporting requirements and referring them to the appropriate parties. \u00a0 \u00a0 Who should apply? \u00a0 You must have a thorough understanding of and ability to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and provide proof that you possess a minimum of 20 semester or 30 quarter hours of college credit accounting coursework, in conjunction with a bachelor's degree. \u00a0 Professional level accounting or auditing experience could substitute, year for year, for the education; however, not for the required 20 semester or 30 quarter hours of accounting. \u00a0 This position can be filled at the L&I Auditor 1, 2 or 3 level depending on qualifications. \u00a0 Here's what we're looking for Effective communicator with excellent written and verbal interpersonal skills. \u00b7Demonstrated ability to work effectively with both accounting and non-accounting personnel. Proficient computer skills using Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and the Internet. Strong interviewing skills with the ability to ask the right questions to gather and obtain relevant information. Ability to work independently and maintain positive working relationships. Organized and enjoy performing multiple tasks under tight deadlines, providing consistent quality, and accuracy. Independently make decisions on policies and procedures in a precise and timely manner using critical thinking skills. Work well with others. \u00a0 \u00a0 The hiring manager is requesting that you attach the following to your electronic application A Letter of Interest\u00a0describing how you meet the required and desired qualifications for this position; A detailed, current, & chronological\u00a0resume; Three (3) professional references with current contact information; and Unofficial college transcripts If you have any questions regarding this announcement, position, or our agency please contact Christine Dominguez at 360-902-5241 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
State of Washington
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