Campo Band of Mission Indians
POSITION: Auditor/Compliance Manager
SUPERVISOR: President of the Gaming Commission
SALARY: $45,000-$65,000 Per Annum, DOE
Position Summary: Under general supervision of the President of the Gaming Commission , is responsible for the internal audit of casino financial and other pertinent documents to ensure compliance with federal, state, and tribal regulatory standards. Responsible for the Tribal Gaming Commission budget.
Tasks: Manages, supervises and conducts internal audits of the gaming operation. Reviews financial statements and documents to routinely monitor the gaming operations, management, record keeping, procedures, systems, audits, personnel, security systems and prepares recommendations for improvements, correction, or issuance of violations. Verifies accuracy and reliability of information provided in financial records and ensures compliance with regulatory requirements. Prepares reports for President of the Gaming Commission. Prepares materials for annual audit of all authorized gaming operations. Develops and implements internal audit plan and program. Plans, organizes, schedules, assigns, prioritizes, and reviews work of staff. Supervises assigned staff. Provides leadership and training to assigned staff. Directs the inspection, compliance audits, examination and audit of papers, books, and records with respect to the gaming operations. Provides concise and complete documentation of audit testing and findings. Reviews, monitors, analyzes and evaluates documents of all variances and receipts of cash handing functions of the casino operations. Conducts and reviews of gaming operations internal control policies and procedures. Ensures integrity of financial systems and physical inspections in support of financial information integrity and operational efficiency. Prepares reports and audit findings for the President of the Gaming Commission. Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree in accounting, finance, business management or closely related field and one – two years of experience in governmental accounting, public accounting and/or internal auditing. Must be working towards certification by the State of California as a professional accountant. Preference will be given to those applicants with the above requirements. Any equivalent combination of training, education and experience that would enable the candidate to satisfactorily perform and meet the duties and responsibilities maybe be considered in filling the position. Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug test and background/fingerprint check.
Preference is given to qualified Tribal members, then qualified Native Americans, and then other qualified candidates.
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