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NOTE: The policy of the Oregon Judicial Department requires all new employees, rehired employees and new temporary employees to initiate COVID-19 vaccination prior to hire and complete their COVID-19 vaccination series no later than 30 days post-hire, unless the employee receives a medical or religious exception/accommodation. New employees must submit vaccination documentation or be approved for an exception/accommodation prior to commencing employment. OJD requires additional safety measures for unvaccinated employees that may include bi-weekly testing. For more information email OJD.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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REQUIRED: A cover letter that demonstrates how you meet the Minimum Qualifications, Special Qualifications, and Requested Skills and Attributes, listed below.
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REQUIRED: a completed work history, either through your completion of the Job History (internal candidate) or Work Experience (external candidate) portion of your Workday profile, OR by attaching an updated resume.
Your cover letter and work history must demonstrate how you meet the Minimum Qualifications, Special Qualifications, and Requested Skills and Attributes, listed below.
You must follow all Instructions to be considered for this position.
Failure to provide a completed work history and cover letter will result in your removal from consideration.
REMOTE WORK AVAILABILITY: This is currently a remote position, due to current requirements in place. Partially remote work may be available in the future. However, all remote work assignments begin, end, or change only with administrative authority approval.
The Oregon Judicial Department (OJD) is Oregon’s unified, statewide court system, which includes 27 judicial districts in 36 counties, as well as the Tax Court, appellate courts, and the administrative offices. We have approximately 1600 employees and 200 elected officials.
OJD and its Audit Administrator are currently seeking to fill an Internal Auditor (Senior Auditor) position within the Internal Audit Office (IA). Functionally, IA reports to the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court and the State Court Administrator (SCA). The OJD Internal Audit Committee provides oversight and direction of the audit work performed. Administratively, IA reports to the SCA and is within the Executive Services Division (ESD).
This position assists in planning particular engagements and is critically involved in accomplishing detailed steps in the program of evidence gathering and analysis. The position frequently drafts preliminary reports as well. The position works closely with the Audit Administrator in determining which audits to conduct, performing specific reviews, and in reviewing results of individual audits.
As the Senior Auditor, you will use professional judgment while independently completing audit work. Audit work is frequently self-initiated, based on request for audits or the expressed goals of IA and OJD. You will provide advice and consultation to court management on a wide variety of topics and apply and interpret federal and state law and regulations, OJD Policies and professional guidelines and standards to actual circumstances and make recommendations to court management.
Your time will be spent evaluating internal and management control systems, and analyze economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of operations. You will review the reliability and integrity of financial and operating information. You will also review the means used across the organization to identify, measure, classify, and report information. You will evaluate the means of safeguarding assets, as well as verify the existence of assets. You will both review and test compliance with laws, internal and external rules, and regulations. You will participate in interim progress meetings on a range of auditing activities with applicable staff, outside contractors, and grantees about topics related to audit work, including compliance with contract and grant provisions.
Your workload will require planning and organization. You will prepare by reviewing financial, program, or other applicable documentation, budgets, laws, or regulations to fully knowledgeable. You will also interview staff in preparation of audit work. You will determine the most appropriate audit sampling methods, identify the resources you need, and participate in pre-audit conferences with applicable staff to outline expectations.
You will summarize your reportable findings. You will prepare and be responsible for all work papers that document your audit work and support basis for your audit conclusions and your recommendations. You will have exit conferences with the applicable staff and present the results of your work both verbally and in writing. You will plan and develop corrective actions to best implement your professional recommendations.
You will be expected to maintain any technical or professional competencies by continued professional development and participation in professional organizations and activities external to the direct responsibilities to OJD.
Assigned tasks may be changed to accommodate workload and organizational needs.
We welcome all candidates who are inspired by our work and mission.
NOTE: This is a separate position from the Conservator Auditor position currently accepting applications. You must apply to both to be considered for both positions.
Instructions for Cover Letter, Work History or Resume
This recruitment requires a cover letter and complete work history that addresses the Requested Skills and Attributes. To be considered for this position, you must follow these instructions:
Attach your updated resume in the Resume / CV / Cover Letter section of the application. OR Complete the Job History/Work Experience portion of your Workday profile if you are not using an updated resume.
Attach your cover letter (not to exceed two pages) in the Resume / CV / Cover Letter section of the application.
Address the cover letter “To the Hiring Manager.”
In the body of your cover letter, please include responses to all seven (7) of the Requested Skills and Attributes (see below).
All application materials will be evaluated for consistency of information, and your letter will be evaluated for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and language use in addition to demonstrated experience.
(These must be evident in your resume or work history for full consideration.)
The qualified candidate must have three (3) years of professional experience in public accounting, internal auditing, or other experience the supports the duties, knowledge, skills and abilities for the position.
Possession of a bachelor’s degree in business, public administration, finance, economics, computer science, accounting or a related field.
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to six(6) years that typically supports the knowledge, skills, and abilities for this position.
(These must be verifiable in your application.)
Requested Skills and Attributes
(These must be addressed in your cover letter for full consideration.)
Possession of CPA, CIA, CISA or CFE license is preferred.
Possession of education/course of study toward CPA, CIA, CISA or CFE licensure, or eligibility to take examinations for these licensures is preferred.
Experience auditing for governmental organization is preferred.
Experience developing or assisting in the development of, and implementing a new program, business processes, and associated performance measurements.
Experience researching, analyzing, presenting and recommending course of action to leadership, stakeholders, or interested parties based on expertise and best practices.
Experience and skill maintaining diplomacy and professional relationships during complex, difficult, or potentially adversarial conversations.
Knowledge of court processes, statutory timelines, and applicable laws or statutes is preferred.
This is a full-time, FLSA-exempt position and the work schedule currently is 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is not eligible for overtime compensation for hours worked in excess of 40 per work week.
Occasional after-hours or early-morning work may be required.
Occasional statewide and overnight travel may be required.
Frequent long periods of sitting or standing at a computer.
Remote work may be available for this position. All remote work assignments begin, end, or change only with administrative authority approval.
Frequent phone and in-person contact with people from diverse backgrounds.
Regular use of the following equipment: telephone, personal computer with multiple monitors, copy machine, fax machine, and scanner.
Criminal Background Check
You will be subject to a criminal background check if you are a finalist. Adverse results are evaluated on a case-by-case basis and may result in disqualification if the circumstances are directly related to the duties and responsibilities of the position.
United States Employment Eligibility
OJD does not offer visa sponsorships. If you are hired, you will be required to fill out the US Department of Homeland Security’s I-9 form confirming you are able to work in the US.
Apply now if you are interested in this or future vacancies. This job announcement may be used to fill future vacancies in this class of work.
Eligible veterans who meet the qualifications will be given preference in the recruitment process. To receive preference, veterans must attach the appropriate documentation after they receive an email in their Workday in box requesting the information to verify eligibility. The action item, asking veterans to attach their documentation, will arrive after they have submitted their initial application materials. Visit the Oregon job opportunities Veterans web page for additional details, information, and resources.
Because of the Oregon Judicial Department's role in providing justice and upholding the rule of law, employees of the Department are required to meet the highest standards of professional conduct and ethics while on the job, and also to maintain those same high standards when taking actions in their personal lives that could reflect on the Department. As an employee, you will be expected to preserve the confidentiality of information received in the course of OJD employment.
As an employer, the Oregon Judicial Department complies with Oregon’s pay equity law. We determine salary from applicable professional experience and education. For more information on pay equity, click here.
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