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Under general direction, in the Department of Motor Vehicles, to supervise a medium-sized staff (6-10) of auditors auditing apportioned fleet operators for compliance with the International Registration Plan, the California Vehicle Code, and the Uniform Prorate and Reciprocity Agreement, determining that proper apportioned vehicle registration fees were paid by California based apportioned carriers; and to do other related work of this classification.
Supervises a medium-sized group (6-10) of auditors in the preparation and finalization of working papers, schedules, and audit reports, and evaluates their performance; plans, schedules, and directs audit assignments which include providing field supervision of the auditors on the most difficult audits; reviews and updates audit policy and procedures; develops and directs training programs for the audit group; confers with other related units, State agencies and member International Registration Plan jurisdictions to promote enforcement and uniformity of rules and regulations.
One year of experience in the California state service performing the duties of a professional accounting or auditing class at a level equivalent to that of a General Auditor III.
Experience: Four years of increasingly responsible professional accounting or auditing experience. and
1. Completion of a prescribed professional accounting curriculum given by a residence or correspondence school of accountancy including courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, cost accounting and business law. or
2. Completion at a collegiate-grade residence institution of the equivalent of sixteen semester hours of professional accounting courses including courses in elementary and advanced accounting, auditing, and cost accounting; and three semester hours of business law.
Knowledge of: Principles and techniques of personnel management and supervision; principles of public finance; business law, general accounting and auditing principles and procedures; specialized auditing practices and procedures used in auditing apportioned fleet operators; governmental accounting and budgeting; and the Department's Affirmative Action Program objectives; a manager's role in the Affirmative Action Program and the processes available to meet affirmative action objectives.
Ability to: Plan, organize, and direct the work of a staff engaged in audits of accounts and records of apportioned fleet carriers; develop policies and procedures for the Interstate Audit Program; apply provisions of the law, legal opinions, court decisions, departmental policies, and rules and regulations related to the work; analyze data and draw sound conclusions; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; prepare clear, complete, concise reports; establish and maintain cooperative relations with those contacted in the work; speak and write effectively; apply general accounting and auditing principles and procedures; apply specialized auditing practices and procedures as used in auditing apportioned fleet operators; and effectively contribute to the Department's affirmative action objectives.
Ability to qualify for a fidelity bond; willingness to travel and work away from the headquarters office.