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Phoenix, AZ 85016
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Revenue Auditor- Real Estate (Financial & Compliance Auditor)

Arizona Department of Real Estate
Phoenix, AZ 85007
Full-time, Part-time
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Job Description

Job Description

Note there are 3 positions, One full time in Phoenix, One part time in Southern AZ, One part time in Northern AZ

Applications can be submitted under reference number 495061 on AZ State Jobs

JOB SUMMARY: Works under minimal supervision. Performs comprehensive field audits involving the review and analysis of banking and financial statements, sales contracts, leases, and property management agreements, business processes and procedures, and applying Arizona Revised Statutes and Arizona Administrative Code to ensure compliance with applicable laws, rules, and regulations, with a heavy emphasis on auditing and accounting requirements of Property Management Trust Accounts. Work in non-routine situations and have a high level of interpersonal diplomacy. Compose correspondence requiring considerable discretion and involving sound judgment, replying to inquiries, presenting or requesting information. Writing analytical reports of audit findings; obtain agreement on corrective actions required of auditee, based on professional opinions, law, observation, and investigation upon which action by the Commissioner or the Attorney General may be based. May testify at administrative hearings to present facts and evidence obtained during the audit process. Performs related work as required. Acts as a lead auditor as required.

JOB DUTIES:  Perform comprehensive audits of financial, operational and transactional records of brokerages to verify compliance with the Arizona real estate statues and rules. Audits may be conducted on-site or electronically from the office;  Inspect, examine and analyze, including comprehensive research on complex real estate documents and financial statements/accounts;  Prepare comprehensive summary reports with appropriate narrative and documentation to support findings of fact and recommendations for corrective action, referral for disciplinary action through an administrative hearing, referral for criminal prosecution to the Attorney General's Office and/or closure of the case file;  Conduct interviews in person or by telephone;  Interface with other governmental/investigative agencies and potentially testify at administrative hearings and/or in court of law as a witness for the Department as needed;  Assist walk-in constituents and respond to incoming e-mails and telephone calls;  Other duties as assigned


Knowledge of:  Proven knowledge of auditing/accounting;  Knowledge of GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles), as well as, practices of auditing and accounting;  Knowledge and proven experience in audit interviewing and investigative techniques  Experience in applying/interpreting auditing and accounting techniques;  Knowledge of Arizona Title 32 (Real Estate) Statutes; Arizona Title 13 (Criminal) Statutes; Real Estate Commissioner's Rules; other state and federal laws pertinent to real estate;  Knowledge of Real Estate practices and documents;  Knowledge of computerized software products and application, including as they are applied in auditing and accounting processes and investigations, case management, data source exploration, Internet access, digital photography, etc.;  General knowledge of legal terminology and court proceedings

Skill in:  Strong written and oral communication skills, including proven experience in detailed report writing and proper grammar;  Skill in using the internet as an investigative/auditing tool;  Skill in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, etc. to prepare and produce qualitative reports;  Skill in testifying in Administrative Hearings;  Skill in analytical decision making;  Skill in interpersonal communication

Ability to:  Perform job duties effectively and effectively in a telework, in office, or hybrid (rotating schedule in office and telework) environment;  Ability to organize, prioritize and perform multiple tasks to complete job functions expeditiously;  Ability to work within deadlines;  Ability to exercise good judgment in safeguarding confidential and sensitive information;  Ability to manage sizeable caseload and meet predetermined measurable goals and objectives; and  Ability and proven experience in recognizing fraud red flags

SELECTIVE PREFERENCE(S):  2-3 years of experience as an Auditor in a financial or regulatory setting or a Bachelor's degree with emphasis in accounting or 3-5 years equivalent experience in a professional business environment with an emphasis on auditingand accounting


Company Description

The Department of Real Estate regulates the sale of subdivisions, unsubdivided lands, timeshares, condominiums, membership campgrounds, and cemeteries. It approves and monitors pre-licensing instruction, testing and continuing education courses. The Department also oversees the activities of licensees, investigates complaints against licensees and land developers, and participates in administrative hearings pertaining to their conduct.
Posting ID: 609795599Posted: 2021-03-07