**The Department does not sponsor non-immigrant work visas for these positions.**
Are you a team-player who gets it done? Would you love to be part of a team dedicated to excellent results that strives to be a great place to work? If yes, we are the place for you! At the Department of Revenue, we know that you want: • Interesting & challenging work, opportunities to learn & grow, competitive pay & benefits, talented co-workers • The ability to contribute and make a difference, a transparent work place, a sense of community and leadership that takes a personal interest in you! As a Revenue Auditor with the Nebraska Department of Revenue, you will work with a team of professionals who are engaged with the community and dedicated to public service by administering the state revenue laws with integrity, efficiency, and consistency, while maintaining a customer focused perspective. As an employer, we offer excellent benefits, a stable work environment, competitive salaries, defined career paths, and training programs that will enable you to be successful. Our training program and educational benefits coupled with two years of experience at our agency set the conditions to achieve an active permit to practice as a CPA at a minimal cost to you. We offer many other opportunities for professional growth, personal development and continuing education. Revenue Auditors acquire and apply significant knowledge of taxation and auditing, while benefiting from a flexible work schedule that provides for a great work/life balance. The audits performed ensure that businesses and individuals comply with the Nebraska income tax, sales and use tax, tax incentive, and other taxing statutes. The audit process requires analysis of complex transactions and critical decision making. Revenue Auditors will have opportunities to serve as an auditor in-charge and will have responsibility for guiding the development of other members of the audit team. There are five levels of the Revenue Auditor class series within the Department of Revenue: Revenue Auditor I, Revenue Auditor II, Revenue Auditor III, Revenue Auditor IV, and Revenue Audit Manager, each level having a defined development path.
Hiring rate of position: $20.029 for an Auditor I; $23.146 for an Auditor II; and $24.883 for an Auditor III.
Location of position: NSOB -- Lincoln -- Omaha; 304 N. 5th ST #D -- Norfolk; and 124 W. 46th ST #103 -- Kearney; Craft State Office Bldg -- North Platte; Remote working/teleworking is a possibility.
40 hrs weeklyExamples of Work :
The Revenue Auditor I: performs work in a training status to build their skills in completing various types of audits. As incumbents develop their knowledge and skills, they will be assigned as an in-charge auditor of level 1 and 2 audits, with determinations/findings reviewed by an Auditor IV or Revenue Audit Manager. The limited nature of the assigned work, on-the-job training, and guidance given distinguish this class from the Revenue Auditor II.
The Revenue Auditor II: is primarily assigned as the in-charge auditor for level 2 and 3 audits. As incumbents develop their knowledge and skills, they will be assigned as an in¬ charge auditor of the advanced level 4 audits. The level of work assigned and continued training received distinguish this class from the Revenue Auditor III.
The Revenue Auditor III: is the full performance classification, where incumbents spend the majority of time functioning as the in-charge auditor for the most difficult audits or coordinating a specialized audit function. The advanced level of work assigned, supervision received, and assignment to special projects distinguish this class from the Revenue Auditor II.Qualifications / Requirements :
REQUIREMENTS: REVENUE AUDITOR I: Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting or the equivalent; with at least 24 semester hours in accounting or auditing.
REVENUE AUDITOR II: Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting or the equivalent; with at least 24 semester hours in accounting or auditing, AND one year experience as an in-charge auditor.
REVENUE AUDITOR III: Bachelor's degree in business administration or accounting or the equivalent; with at least 24 semester hours in accounting or auditing; licensure as CPA with two years' experience as in-charge auditor OR three years' experience as in-charge auditor.
PREFERRED: In addition to the requirements above, preference for one or a combination of the following: -- Direct work experience with Nebraska income tax, sales and use tax, and tax incentives. --Passed the CPA exam (partial credit for passing part and being able to complete within 18 months). --Background in mathematics or data analytics.
OTHER: Possession of a valid driver's license or the ability to provide independent authorized transportation in order to perform work related travel and overnight travel may be required. DOR strives to provide a flexible work environment. Telecommuting arrangements for all or part of the employee's workweek are possible. We will consider candidates who will graduate with the minimum qualifications by August 2022. Also, please attach a copy of your transcripts !! Knowledge, Skills and Abilities :
Knowledge of: generally accepted accounting principles and/or auditing standards, practices, and procedures; financial and statistical audit principles, standards, procedures, theories; state and federal rules, regulations, and statutes pertinent to tax compliance.
Ability to: Communicate effectively in person, by telephone, and in writing with co workers, supervisor, client representatives, and taxpayer; be assertive to gather information, explain audit procedures, or testify in hearings and court; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, taxpayers, their representatives, and others involved in the audit process; interpret and apply financial/accounting principles and instructions to analytical situations; exercise independent judgment and decisiveness in variety of settings; coordinate and prioritize assignments with competing deadlines; work with computer spreadsheet and data management applications; navigate computer, on-line, and web-based accounting systems; perform data analysis to audit, deduce, assess, conclude and appraise; use discretion in selecting and applying established criteria to define consequences and develop alternatives; provide guidance and interpretation to others, including the public and co-workers, regarding rule application, policies, procedures and standards to specific situations; interpret instructions to meet variations in assigned objectives; use creativity and decisiveness in situations involving the evaluation of information against measurable and verifiable criteria. #cb
- Accounting Systems
- Income Tax