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Chief Deputy Auditor
Alpine County, CA | Markleeville, California
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Job Description

Chief Deputy Auditor Alpine County, CA, $20.68 - $25.15 per hour.  

Alpine County is seeking qualified candidates to assist the Department of Finance in performing accounting, financial reporting, budgeting and auditing activities for the County. 


Under direction to assist the Department of Finance in planning, and performing accounting, financial reporting, budgeting and auditing activities for the County; to coordinate the activities and programs of the Department of Finance with other County departments and public entities; and to perform related duties as assigned. 

Class Characteristics

The Chief Deputy Auditor provides technical and administrative assistance to the Assistant CAO to Budget and Finance in the coordination of departmental activities. The incumbent performs difficult and complex accounting work within the office.

Examples Of Duties – Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:

• Performs the daily functions of the Department of Finance, including but not limited to budget preparation and administration, accounting, auditing, and general financial management and reporting.

• Provides technical accounting expertise to department staff and other County personnel.

• Analyzes, revises, drafts and assists the Department of Finance in implementing improved accounting systems, policies and procedures.

• Participates in the preparation of the County’s cost allocation plan.

• Ensures the maintenance of accurate, complete and complex accounting records and prepares necessary financial and statistical reports; reviews County financial records, reports and budgets as directed for compliance with county, state and federal regulations.

• Prepares work papers, and various reports for the county, state, federal agencies and other organizations, as well as for internal auditing purposes.

• Assists in preparing County annual financial statements according to generally accepted accounting procedures for government funds.

• Prepares subsidiary and general ledger journal entries.

• Responsible for property tax processing, calculations for apportionment and distribution of property tax collections and required state reporting.

• Issues W-2 forms.

Equal Opportunity Employer/ADA


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