Company: State of Wyoming
Posted on: January 15, 2020
Auditor-CheyenneSalary$5,288.77 - $6,815.43
MonthlyLocationCheyenne, WYJob TypeFull
TimeDepartment060-Administrative Services Div. - Royalty
- QuestionsDescription and FunctionsOpen Until FilledGENERAL
DESCRIPTION: The Office of State Lands and Investments (OSLI), an
agency committed to effectively managing natural resources and
funds for current and future generations, is seeking a Supervising
Auditor in the Royalty Compliance section. Our culture will provide
you with the opportunity for professional growth and a diverse
experience that will help you further your career. The Supervising
Auditor oversees, plans, and conducts independent audits of
institutions to ensure they are abiding by applicable state and
federal laws and regulations. This position helps achieve the
agency's objectives to ensure the accurate and timely receipt of
royalty revenue for the appropriate trust beneficiaries.This
position is located in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Cheyenne is a full
service community, home to over 60,000 residents. Cheyenne is near
four-season outdoor recreation areas including the Snowy Range and
the Medicine Bow National Forest, and home to world-class rock
climbing at Vedauwoo. In addition, the location provides convenient
access to the Colorado Front Range. Human Resource Contact: Stacie
West firstname.lastname@example.org 307-777-6434ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The
listed functions are illustrative only and are not intended to
describe every function which may be performed in the job level.
- Manages and coordinates audit activities of the Royalty
Compliance section within the Administrative Services Division of
- Implements statutes and required audit procedures related to
- Responsible for personnel management, including mentoring,
interviewing, providing hiring recommendations, directing work,
setting goals for employees, and completing performance
- Coordinates and delegates audit staff functions and inspects
audit work in progress.
- Performs managerial and supervisory reviews related to all
audits and approves the issuance of all royalty audit findings and
- Communicates with royalty compliance staff on audit issues or
issues of a highly technical nature.
- Serves as the primary liaison for the customized Leasing and
Royalty Compliance System (LARCS) for the agency and external
- Performs classroom and on-the-job training.
- Analyzes and interprets complex legal agreements and audit
documents to ensure compliance.
- Makes independent decisions on highly technical and complex
issues, often having a significant dollar impact on the state.
- Ensures adherence to government auditing standards and accuracy
of the audits by performing detail and supervisory reviews on all
- Presents relevant topics at various meetings or
- Establishes rules and maintains work standards, procedures,
methods, and rules for the division and administers state
- Participates on a high-level in examinations, projects or
committees that are typically of the highest complexity, priority,
sensitivity, and may be problematic in nature, as needed.
- Assists with the division budget, strategic plan, and any other
agency requested reports.QualificationsPREFERENCES: Preference may
be given to candidates with knowledge and experience in oil and gas
production and compliance.Preference may be given to candidates
with mineral and/or oil and gas audit experience. KNOWLEDGE:
- Knowledge of state statutes, policies and regulations.
- Knowledge of various state and federal mineral
- Knowledge of auditing standards, including working papers.
- Knowledge of state industries.
- Knowledge of government auditing standards.
- Knowledge of interpreting minerals and oil and gas
- Knowledge of sampling techniques.
- Knowledge of paper and electronic audit file set up.
- Knowledge of State of Wyoming Personnel Rules.
- Knowledge of personnel management.
- Skills in effective oral and written communication.
- Skills in interpersonal relations and problem resolution.
- Skills using Microsoft Office products including Excel, Word
- Skills in inspecting and evaluating financial records.
- Ability to manage multiple tasks and conduct complex
- Ability to effectively plan and delegate the work of
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision.MINIMUM
QUALIFICATIONS:Education:Bachelor's Degree (typically in
Finance)Experience:1-3 years of progressive work experience
(typically in Auditing) with acquired knowledge at the level of a
Principal AuditorOREducation & Experience Substitution:4-7 years of
progressive work experience (typically in Auditing) with acquired
knowledge at the level of a Principal AuditorCertificates,
Licenses, Registrations:NoneNecessary Special RequirementsPHYSICAL
- Some travel will be required for this position. NOTES:
- FLSA: Exempt
- All new hires or rehires starting in a non-exempt position on
or after January 1, 2018 are required to be paid
hourly.Supplemental Information060-Office of State Lands and
Investments - Administrative Services - Royalty ComplianceClick
here to view the State of Wyoming Classification and Pay
http://agency.governmentjobs.com/wyoming/default.cfmThe State of
Wyoming is an Equal Opportunity Employer and actively supports the
ADA and reasonably accommodates qualified applicants with
disabilities.Class Specifications are subject to change, please
refer to the A & I HRD Website to ensure that you have the most
recent version.There are many benefits to living and working in
Wyoming. Beautiful country with wide open spaces and clean air,
great recreational opportunities, and no State income tax to
mention a few! In addition, the State of Wyoming offers State
employees a very generous benefit package. Please click here for
more information on the State of Wyoming employee benefits*.For
additional information on living in the state of Wyoming please
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