The Kansas Legislature is seeking to fill the position of Legislative Post Auditor.
The Legislative Post Auditor is appointed by, and serves under the direction of, the Legislative Post Audit Committee of the Kansas Legislature. In consultation with the Committee, the Post Auditor plans, directs, organizes, and manages the work of the staff of the Legislative Division of Post Audit. In addition, the Post Auditor maintains objectivity in all financial and performance matters under audit, and provides the Committee with professional, responsive, and timely audit reports concerning the various branches, departments, agencies, and institutions of the State of Kansas, as well as local units of government and other entities receiving State moneys.
The Legislative Post Auditor is responsible for the following:
The Legislative Post Auditor should demonstrate a strong commitment to the auditing profession and should maintain a professional appearance and demeanor in all contacts with the Legislature and agency officials. Management, communication, and leadership skills are paramount in the audit arena, where virtually all work is the product of team activity.
The successful candidate shall be a person of extensive experience and recognized qualification in the field of governmental fiscal procedures and auditing.
Interested candidates should submit, by electronic or postal mail, a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to:
Tom Day, Director
Legislative Administrative Services
State Capitol Building, Room 551-S
300 SW Tenth Avenue
Topeka, Kansas 66612
Salary based on qualifications and experience.
Deadline for application is Friday, March 30, 2018.