Principal Auditor-Appraiser

Admin
Full-time
San Joaquin County
3/02/2018
kshigematsu@sjgov.org
209-468-9981
209-468-0508

The Principal Auditor-Appraiser is the first management-level class in the Auditor-Appraiser series. An incumbent in this class directs and oversees the work of supervisory, professional and technical staff who perform business and personal property audits, valuations, and appraisals.

The incumbent establishes auditing and appraisal procedures as needed to maintain program quality and ensures that assigned programs and activities comply with laws, regulations and policies.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

EITHER PATTERN I

Experience: Two years equivalent as an Auditor-Appraiser IV in San Joaquin County service.

OR PATTERN II

Education: Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with a major in accounting, including at least 18 semester (or equivalent quarter) units in accounting or auditing coursework.
Experience: Six years of professional accounting or auditing work, including at least two years (within the last ten years) conducting business and personal property audits and appraisals in a California County Assessor’s office, AND at least two years in a supervisory capacity.

OR PATTERN III

Education: Completion of 60 semester (or equivalent quarter) units from an accredited college or university, including at least 18 units in accounting or auditing courses.
Experience: Eight years of professional accounting or auditing work, including at least two years (within the last ten years) conducting business and personal property audits and appraisals in a California County Assessor’s office, AND at least two years in a supervisory capacity.

OR PATTERN IV

License: A current California license in accounting.
Education: Completion of at least 18 semester (or equivalent quarter) units in accounting or auditing courses from an accredited college or university.
Experience: Eight years of professional accounting or auditing work, including at least two years (within the last ten years) conducting business and personal property audits and appraisals in a California County Assessor’s office, AND at least two years in a supervisory capacity.

AND FOR ALL PATTERNS

License: Possession of a valid California driver’s license.
Certificates: A permanent Appraiser’s Certificate issued by the State Board of Equalization must be obtained by an employee in this class within the first year of employment.
Special Requirement: Successful completion of: 1) an advanced income course offered by either the State Board of Equalization, the Appraisal Institute, or the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers; AND 2) one additional advanced State Board of Equalization or equivalent appraisal course.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS

Approximate Annual Salary

$112,064—$136,207

(Approximate Monthly Salary:  $9339-$11,351)

In addition to the base salary, San Joaquin County offers an excellent benefits package which includes a contribution to health, dental and vision insurance plans.  Other benefits include:

¨ 1% Employer contribution to the County’s 457 Deferred Compensation Plan

¨ 1937 Retirement Act Plan with a defined benefit and membership in the San Joaquin County Employees Retirement Association (SJCERA)

¨ 125 Flex Spending Benefits Plan

¨ 12 days of sick leave per year with unlimited accumulation

¨ 10 days of vacation leave (15 days after 3 years, 20 days after 10 years, 23 days after 20 years)

¨ 10 paid holidays per year

APPLICATION AND SELECTION

Completed application package must include supplemental application and resume to be submitted to the Human Resources Division before the final filing date.

Final Filing Date: March 2, 2018

Please submit your application, supplemental application and resume to: 

San Joaquin County Human Resources

Attn: Kurt Shigematsu

44 N. San Joaquin Street, Suite 330
Stockton, CA  95202
Tel:  209.468.8579

OR

online at  www.sjgov.org/department/hr

All applications will be reviewed for qualifications.  Qualified applicants will be invited to participate in an oral examination, with top-scoring candidates being referred to the department for the selection processes.

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