Recruiting Coordinator/University Liaison
Human Resource and/or Accounting Accreditations shall be considered additional qualifications for the position.
$45,000 to $85,000 depending on experience and qualifications.
The West Virginia State Auditor’s Office (WVSAO) is seeking a Recruiting Coordinator to secure qualified candidates for employment opportunities in the Auditor’s Office. This includes coordinating employment outreach programs at state universities (i.e. job fairs; campus and student organization employment events); schedule on-campus and off-campus interviews; screening resumes and any related material such as transcripts; and advertising for available positions as deemed appropriate. This individual will also serves as a liaison to Universities in coordinating and overseeing the WVSAO Small Government Monitoring Program; the WVSAO Auditing Scholars Program (internships) and other WVSAO cooperative projects with higher education universities. Candidates should have excellent communication skills and be able to provide innovative solutions in meeting organizational objectives. A college degree is required. Accounting and/or auditing experience a plus. Ability to travel (including overnight) a must. Salary to commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Bachelor of Science with a concentration in Accounting
Certified Public Accountants, Certified Fraud Examiners, and Certified Government Financial Managers shall be considered additional qualifications for the position.
$35,000 - $40,000 depending on experience and accreditation
Positions open throughout West Virginia
Audit local governments and subdivisions in accordance with professional standards; prepare audit documentation, audit reports and findings. Includes audits performed in accordance with OMB requirements. Meet with government officials and advise management. Daily travel required and overnight travel may be necessary. Training period approximately 4 to 6 months.
The West Virginia State Auditor's Office, Auditing Division, has an immediate opening for an individual to fill a full-time position of Audit Clerk.
Four-year degree from an accredited college or university in accounting, business administration, business information systems or a related field. Substitution: Full-time experience in wvOASIS - Financial Accounts Payable may be considered equivalent to educational credentials.
Experience and Skills
Full-time experience in wvOASIS - Financial Accounts Payable is desired
1900 Kanawha Boulevard East,
Main Capitol Building
The position requires reviewing payment requests submitted electronically in the wvOASIS system by all state agencies in accordance with the policies and procedures set forth by the West Virginia State Auditor's Office,
Legislative Rule Title 155, State Purchasing Division guidelines and West Virginia code. The supporting documentation must meet contractual agreements, grant award, purchase orders and/or other binding agreement requirements.
The position requires a working knowledge in Microsoft Office with a proficiency in Excel. The job requires an individual to follow both verbal and written instructions and to be a self-motivated learner. The position also requires
an individual to have positive customer service skills and the willingness to be a team player to accomplish a common goal.
or Mail to
West Virginia State Auditor's Office
Attn: David Sull
1900 Kanawha Blvd. E.
Building 1, Room W-100
Charleston, WV 25305