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Assistant Auditor-Controller

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DEFINITION: Under general direction, to assist in the planning, organizing, administration, and supervision of the work of the staff of the County Auditor-Controller's Office; to develop and install accounting systems and procedures; and to do related work as required.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is an at-will, assistant department head class. Incumbents are exempt from Civil Service and serves at the pleasure of the department head. Responsibilities of this position include the direction and co-ordination of the work of the County Auditor-Controller's staff, and the review of the work for accuracy and compliance with legal provisions, departmental policies, and established accounting principles and procedures.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Assists the Auditor-Controller in planning, organizing, and supervising all details of departmental operation and personnel, and assists in the selection of professional and clerical employees; compiles and types or supervises the typing of the County budget requests and various accounting and statistical reports; prepares and compiles budgetary requirements and allowances in order to determine respective tax rates and levies; reviews legislation and advises on implications and applications; develops systems and methods for compilation and preparation of financial reports and statistical statements; reviews and approves tax apportionments; acts for the Auditor-Controller during absences and as directed.

EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS: Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or university in accounting, business administration with accounting emphasis, or closely related fields; and 4 years of professional accounting or auditing experience, preferably governmental, including 2 years of responsibility in the development and supervision of accounting systems.

Knowledge of: governmental auditing, budgetary, and related fiscal-control functions.

Ability to: understand and utilize data processing and specialized accounting operations in developing or revising departmental and related County-wide policies and procedures; evaluate and interpret auditing, statistical, and legal reports and documents; supervise centralized accounting operations; prepare various types of accounting records and reports; establish and maintain effective relationships with employees, officials, and the public.

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