Location: Albany, Buffalo or New York City
The New York State Joint Commission on Public Ethics (JCOPE) seeks a Compliance Auditor/Examiner to join its Audit Unit. The unit is responsible for examining statutory filings and implementing JCOPE's random audit program. The responsibilities of the Compliance Auditor/Examiner will include conducting entrance and exit conferences with filers and filer representatives; preparing and presenting detailed reports on technical findings; serving as a technical expert in investigations; reviewing and analyzing supporting evidence provided by audit subjects to substantiate statutory filings; and traveling throughout New York State as necessary to conduct field audits.
A Compliance Auditor/Examiner is entrusted with sensitive information and material; confidentiality must be scrupulously maintained, discretion exercised in discussions, and utmost care taken in handling sensitive materials to protect the confidentiality of matters before JCOPE.
- A bachelor’s degree in accounting; business administration or management; economics; finance; public administration; public policy; political science; or related field.
- Working knowledge of fundamental accounting principles and audit practices.
- Experience in either: (1) compliance auditing; (2) program analysis; or (3) financial analysis and auditing.
- Examining documents, performing data analysis, and drafting reports.
- Ability to clearly summarize and support technical findings both orally and in writing.
- Demonstrate an aptitude for critical analysis.
- Comfortable in conducting interviews.
- Exceptional spreadsheet skills. Knowledge of audit software and/or database software is a plus.
- Two or more years of accounting or program review experience.
Interested applicants should submit a resume, cover letter, writing sample and the names, addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers of three professional references, in confidence, to:
NYS Joint Commission on Public Ethics
Albany, New York 12207
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