The Auditors of Public Accounts periodically has opportunities for enthusiastic, hardworking people to join our team. Requirements are listed in the job description below.
Anyone interested in applying for the legislative Auditor I position with the Auditors of Public Accounts must send a résumé, cover letter detailing how you meet the minimum requirements and three references by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If mail is necessary, to: Auditor of Public Accounts, State Capitol, 210 Capitol Avenue, Hartford, CT 06106 Attn: Auditor I.
After the Auditors of Public Accounts receive an applicant’s résumé, they hold it until the next interview process for full-time employment begins or 12 months, whichever comes first.
When the hiring process has been authorized, the qualifying applicant is notified of the opportunity to interview. The process normally involves two interviews, with the second interview held at the State Capitol with the two state auditors.
The successful candidate will join the APA team and enjoy a challenging career in auditing. In conjunction with gaining valuable auditing experience, the successful candidate will earn year-for-year experience towards becoming certified as a CPA. The APA encourages employees to sit for the CPA exam and reimburses up to $2,500 towards a CPA exam review course. In addition, paid leave is provided to take the exam.
The Auditors of Public Accounts also offers an excellent benefits package which includes a retirement plan, a health plan, vacation and sick leave, educational assistance towards a related advanced degree and a deferred compensation plan.
AUDITOR I – FULL JOB DESCRIPTION:
Legislative Pay Plan – Professional Level 2:
Annual Starting Salary – $60,928
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in accounting or related business field with at least 18 semester hours credit in accounting and auditing courses and at least one (1) year of employment in technical accounting or auditing work is required. Candidates who also have completed a master’s degree in accounting or a related field, or who are certified public accountants (CPA) will be given strong preference.
Examples of Duties:
Under the direction of a supervising auditor, the Auditor I assists in the execution of an audit plan for conducting a financial, compliance, or performance audit of state agencies or programs, quasi-public agencies, or state-supported institutions in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards; assists in the documenting and testing of audited agency’s internal control system and in reviewing compliance with state or federal laws and regulations; assists in the review of financial statements for conformance with generally accepted accounting principles; does related work as required.
Auditor II (Starting salary $66,716)
Entry to Target Class:
Competitive Promotional Process