Tax Auditor (Part-Time)
-Organizes and performs audits of existing financial data and/or systems in order to identify and document potential problem areas.
-Gathers and analyzes related information to determine plans for improvement programs.
-Develops, plans, and makes recommendations for improvements, elimination of problems, and increase the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the process and/or system.
-Performs compliance and substantive tests on existing procedures to ensure compliance with codes and other regulations.
-Prepares, maintains and presents various reports, records, and correspondence to document and communicate audit findings.
-Coordinates with other departments and/or the general public support and answers audit-related inquires.
-Performs professional level work requiring the application of accounting, legal or managerial methods in the solution of technical, administrative, or legal problems; applies extensive understanding of operating policies and procedures to solve complex problems; requires continuous, close attention for accurate results and frequent exposure to unusual pressures.
-Performs related tasks as necessary such as performing site visits.
-Performs other related duties as assigned.
Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field. Minimum of 1-year direct work experience in auditing local business tax returns, comparable experience in public accounting may be considered. Certified public accountant (CPA) designation or other comparable certification preferred. Requires broad knowledge of federal, state, and local tax codes, and generally accepted accounting and auditing practices; skill in interpreting all forms of financial data; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and written.