Compliance Auditor - Specialist V (Job 1772)
Department: Certification & Licensing
Location: Phoenix, AZ
Compliance Auditor - Specialist V
Certification and Licensing
TYPICAL HIRING SALARY:
FIRST REVIEW DATE:
May 1, 2013
All positions are open until filled.
Do you want to help protect vulnerable individuals by ensuring that certified fiduciaries who make financial and life decisions are in compliance with rules and regulations? The Certification and Licensing Division is looking for a dynamic professional who is comfortable working in an innovative and fast paced environment where they can utilize and further develop their auditing and operational review skills. You will be:
- Working in a team environment.
- Conducting on-site compliance audits of certified and licensed entities and individuals, and preparing a final audit report for publication.
- Acting as the initial contact point on the audit process and responding to inquiries from the audited community, the public, judicial officers and court administration.
- Developing and initiating procedural plans for audits, gathering and securing information, reviewing court files and case files, and documenting the audit evidence.
- Administering the audit process and maintaining the confidentiality of the records.
- Performing research on issues involving fiduciary licensing.
- Delivering professional training to newly licensed fiduciaries.
The Arizona Supreme Court is a nationally recognized leader for its innovative court programs. The Certification and Licensing Division is responsible for the development and administration of professional regulation programs that serve as models for other states.
Bachelor's Degree and at least three years experience working in the auditing or operational review field. Directly related experience may substitute for the degree requirement. This position also requires effective written and oral communication skills, including report writing techniques; the ability to work independently and display good judgment in highly stressful situations with minimal supervision; and strong research, tracking and critical analysis skills. In addition, this position requires the ability to organize and manage a multi-task workload and effectively meet deadlines; demonstrated problem solving and decision-making abilities; and the ability to work with certified professionals, licensed fiduciaries, judicial officers, government agencies, staff and the public. Knowledge of fiduciary field and experience in dealing with government programs and agencies at all levels is preferred. Current license as a private fiduciary in Arizona, or as a Registered Guardian with the National Guardianship Association is preferred, but not required.
Travel: up to 20% (primarily within Arizona).
Some positions may take 4-6 weeks to fill. Only applicants whose education, training and experience most closely meet the needs of the position may be invited to interview. Requests for a special accommodation to participate in the interview process should be made at the time you are contacted to schedule an interview. The Selection Process may include first and/or second round panel interviews. This is a regular full-time, exempt level position. This position is open for internal and external recruitment.
The Arizona Supreme Court is an Equal Opportunity Employer