Gaming Commission Auditor

Company Name:
Cherokee Nation
Monitors, evaluates and audits department and program units; analyzes federally funded programs, enterprise operations and any other financial and programmatic compliance with funding or Tribal requirements; and assists in developing policies and procedures.
Audits a variety of accounting, financial, and operating records and procedures requiring the application of professional accounting and auditing principles. Performs research to locate and summarize laws, legal summaries and opinions, regulations, and policies to determine if program/area being evaluated is in compliance. Drafts questionnaires/audit programs designed to meet the objectives of the assigned audit project. Performs statistical, logical, and financial analysis from which reasonable conclusions may be used to express an opinion and support audit recommendations. Develops and uses computer programs in the evaluation of data. Prepares workpapers, schedules, and reports. Maintains records and files as required. Other duties may be assigned.
Minimal supervisory responsibility (i.e. lead position.)
Bachelor''s degree from 4-year college or university in Accounting, Finance, or Business related field; or six years related experience; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
An additional two years experience in a related field.
Should have knowledge of Accounting software; Database software; Design software; Development software; Internet software; Spreadsheet software and Word Processing software.
Must possess a valid driver''s license with a driving history verified through a motor vehicle report that meets requirements for Cherokee Nation underwriting rating. CIA, CPA, CMA, or CISA certification and/or candidate preferred. Must have ability to obtain and maintain a Cherokee Nation Gaming License.
Must be able to operate computers, word processing, database and spreadsheet software and standard office equipment.
Date: 2014-05-01
Country: US
State: OK
City: Tahlequah
Postal Code: 74465
Job Type: Regular Full-Time

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