Auditor

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Job Location

Phoenix, AZ, USA

Published By

Sean Scheufler

Type of Job

Contract to Hire (3-6 months)

Published Date

April 29, 2021, 1:00:00 AM

About the job

Under the guidance and direction of the Audit-Compliance Section Manager, the Program
Compliance Auditor will assist in auditing Leases, Special Land Use Permits, Certificates of
Insurance, Rent Revenue, and Gross Receipts for all Sections within the Arizona State Land
Department. The Program Compliance Auditor determines compliance with established Leases,
Special land use permits, and certificates of insurance. The incumbent understands State and
agency laws, regulations, policies and procedures and analyzes results and recommends action(s)
to be taken with respect to the auditee. The incumbent must have the ability to interpret lease
language and communicate verbally and in writing and be willing to work independently and in a
team environment.

• Reviews certificates of Insurance, reconciles and examines financial records of State Land
Department leases, permits and certificates of Insurance, determines compliance with rent
and other terms of the Instruments.
• Reads and Interprets leases, certificates of insurance, special land use permits, and identifies
compliance issues.
• Resolves problems and questions presented by lessees, permittees, and certificates of
insurance within scope of audit responsibilities.
• Compiles detailed data, develops and writes investigative reports using Excel and Word.
Include recommendations covering all aspects of examinations of accounts and records of
lessees; permits and certificates of insurance.
• Reads and interprets state and local laws, rules and regulations, and agency policy and
procedures.
• Applies the principles, theories, and concepts of the Arizona Management System; actively
participating in daily group huddles and huddle board updates; continually identifying areas for
process and quality improvement; adhering to established standard work and procedures.
• Other duties as assigned as related to the position.

Requirements

Knowledge of:

• Intermediate Knowledge of the Principles of auditing and accounting

• Knowledge of State laws, rules and regulations as they pertain to the disposition of State

Trust Land.

• General knowledge of Real Estate terms, concepts and practices.


Skills In:

• Advanced skills in the Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

• Intermediate skill in Salesforce, Oasis.

• Skill in Understanding and interpreting lease language as it pertains to revenue and insurance.


Ability To:

• Ability to communicate effectively in verbal and written communications;

• Ability to listen effectively;

• Ability to build effective working relationships with a variety of customers, government

officials, coworkers, etc.;

• Ability to multi-task;

• Ability to accurately analyze and interpret financial data;

• Ability to prioritize duties to meet specified deadlines;

• Ability to work independently; to plan, analyze, coordinate activities and establish priorities; to

develop effective operating procedures;

• Ability to utilize various software programs;

• Ability to research and resolve complex problems;

• Ability to apply Department policies, procedures and the Personnel Rules;

• Ability to effectively manage time, and to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.;

• Ability to maintain confidentiality and quickly recognize confidential matters, responding

appropriately.;

• Ability to demonstrate excellent customer service skills.


SELECTIVE PREFERENCES

A minimum of 3 years’ experience in accounting (payables and receivables.) A minimum of 3 years’

experience performing account reconciliations. A minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a

commercial real estate environment. An associate degree In Accounting or a related discipline.

Benefits

About us

The State of Arizona is happy to offer this job

Address

Phoenix, AZ, USA