Minimum Qualifications Benefits Supplemental Questions
LOCATION OF (3) POSITIONS TO BE FILLED: DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE, AUDIT DIVISION, DAVIDSON COUNTY
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Education and Experience: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree with at least eighteen semester (twenty-seven quarter) hours in accounting or auditing and one year of professional level accounting or auditing experience.
Substitution of Education and Licensure for Experience: Additional graduate coursework in accounting, business administration, or licensure as a Certified Public Accountant may substitute for one year of the required experience. Twenty-four semester (thirty-six quarter) graduate hours of specific education may substitute for one year of experience.
Substitution of an Associate's Degree and Experience for the Bachelor's Degree: An associate's degree with a major in accounting and one year of experience in professional-level accounting or auditing may be substituted for the required education.
Substitution of Experience for Education: Qualifying full-time professional accounting or auditing experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis, to a maximum of four years; OR one year of experience as a Tax Auditing Associate* with the Tennessee Department of Revenue.
Necessary Special Qualifications:
Applicants for this class may be required to possess and maintain a valid motor vehicle operator's license, personal vehicle insurance, and reliable transportation.
Examination Method: Education and Experience, 100%, for Preferred Service positions.
Under general supervision, is responsible for professional tax audit work of routine difficulty involving the examination and audit of individual and corporate tax documents to determine tax liability; and performs related work as required.
Distinguishing Features: This is the intermediate level class in the Tax Auditor sub-series, which is flexibly staffed with the Tax Auditor 3*. Members of this class perform professional tax audit work of routine difficulty. This class differs from the Tax Auditing Associate* in that the latter learns to perform tax auditing work of routine difficulty. This class differs from Tax Auditor 3* in that Tax Auditor 3s function at the working-level and are responsible for professional tax audit work of average difficulty.
Integrity and Trust
Dealing with Ambiguity
Generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and practices, including financial statements.
Corporate formations and business structures.
Principles and processes for providing customer service.
Thinks critically and uses problem solving techniques.
Analyzes information and applies appropriate judgment when making decisions.
Manages one's own time.
Prioritizes work to meet goals and deadlines.
Proficiently uses common office software.
Socially interacts with others, including displaying a cooperative attitude.
Comprehends information and concepts presented both orally and in writing.
Effectively expresses information and concepts both orally and in writing.
Conducts oneself professionally and with the utmost integrity.
Works independently and with purpose.
Examines detail with careful attention.
Actively listens to others and recognizes the implications of the information provided.
Applies inductive, deductive, and mathematical reasoning to identify issues and to form conclusions.
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