The hiring manager will begin reviewing applications as early as May 26th.
This opportunity is for a permanent and non-permanent Roving Revenue Auditor 3. The non-permanent opportunity is expected to last 12 to 18 months. In addition to your base salary, you will receive an additional 10%, assignment pay, while assigned as a Roving Revenue Auditor (included in the salary stated above).
What does a Roving Revenue Auditor do?
Serves as a lead auditor in charge of comprehensive audits of the largest national and multi-national technically diverse business firms, their affiliates, subsidiaries and divisions whose business records are maintained at offices located outside the State of Washington. The auditor is required to identify and conduct detailed audits of registered and unregistered taxpayers with an emphasis on business activities subject to economic nexus.
The auditor evaluates business activities and accounting records to determine if taxpayers are in compliance with applicable tax laws and have correctly reported their tax liability. The auditor establishes or confirms the presence of nexus with respect to Washington business activities using various tools including but not limited to taxpayer interviews, internet research, and the Washington Business Activities Questionnaire. The auditor is responsible for effectively managing an inventory of audit assignments to ensure department and division goals are met. The auditor is responsible for managing the audit process which may include the activities of other auditors assisting on team audits.
How much travel is involved and where will I be located?
Roving Auditors are required to travel a minimum of 51% of the time. These positions are in the Out-of-State South unit. Out-of-State South consists of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, and Georgia. While these are the primary areas you would cover, audit coverage will be based on the location the assignment dictates. This could be anywhere within the Continental United States and Canadian Provinces. If selected, you will remain in your current location.
What are the qualifications for this position?
Bachelor’s degree with major study in accounting, or a Bachelor’s degree in business administration or allied field which includes 24 semester or 36 quarter hours of college-level accounting. OR A Bachelor’s or graduate degree and is CPA Exam eligible.
Two (2) years of experience as a Revenue Auditor 2, OR four (4) years of professional accounting, tax compliance or tax examination experience.
In addition to the qualifications above, preferred candidates may also possess:
- A strong record of performance as a permanent Revenue Auditor 2 or Revenue Auditor 3 within the Department of Revenue.
- Theoretical principals of auditing and accounting.
- Rules, policies, and procedures of the Department of Revenue.
- Microsoft applications, Audit 2000, and other applications associated with auditing process.
How do I apply?
- Complete your online application, in detail, as it will be used as your resume.
- Attach cover letter explaining your interest in this position.
*Failure to follow the application instructions, may result in your disqualification.*
To take advantage of Veteran’s preference attach your DD-214, member 4 long form, or your NGB-22. Please black out your social security number and date of birth before attaching.
Who do I contact if I have questions?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360) 704-5725.
This job announcement may be used to fill multiple similar vacancies for up to six months.
This position is covered by a collective bargaining agreement between the Department of Revenue and the Washington Public Employees Association (WPEA) which contains a “union security” provision. This means that, as a condition of employment, you must either join the union and pay union dues or pay the union a representational or other fee within 30 days of the date you are put into pay status.
The Department of Revenue is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. We embrace diversity and offer a respectful, inclusive culture for people with disabilities, as well as members of all protected groups and statuses. We encourage you to apply.
If you need help during the application process, please call the Human Resources Office at 360-704-5731. Applicants who are deaf or hard of hearing may call through the Washington Relay Service by dialing 7-1-1 or 1-800-833-6388.
Roving Revenue Auditor 3 Supplemental Questionnaire
This opportunity is open to Department of Revenue employees only. Are you currently a Washington State, Department of Revenue employee?
Please select whether you are interested in the permanent, non-permanent opportunity or both.
I am applying for the permanent opportunity only.
I am applying for the non-permanent opportunity only.
I am applying for both positions.
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