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Hotline Triage Specialist
All applicants must complete and submit a State Application for employment using the NEOGOV Online Job Application System linked HERE for the State of North Carolina.  Any applications not received by the advertisement closing date and time will not be accepted outside of the portal.  Any information omitted from the application cannot be considered for qualifying credit.  The State of North Carolina welcomes attached or incorporated resumes, cover letters and reference information, but these items will not be used for screening for qualifying credit or in lieu of a completed and submitted state application.  
 
The North Carolina Office of the State Auditor (OSA) is the Taxpayer’s Watchdog and operates as the State of North Carolina’s Independent Auditor by providing unbiased and irrefutable audit and investigative reports so stakeholders can make informed decisions, hold entities accountable, and ensure good stewardship of public funds.  We perform an array of work, including financial statement audits, performance audits, information technology audits, and investigations. 
 
We examine all facets of state government and local government, including education, health, transportation, computer systems, regulatory processes, and public safety.  We conduct special studies as requested by Legislature and audit federal grant programs to ensure North Carolina can continue to receive federal money.  Our work not only impacts the entities which we audit, but also impacts the decision makers and tax payers.  We believe in effective and efficient audits and investigations, highly trained staff and happy engaged employees.

Come join our Team!  The Investigative Audit Division is looking for eager, enthusiastic, career driven individuals to join our dynamic audit team where your skills can be used to assure transparency and accountability in state government. 
 
The State Auditor’s Hotline comprises various means, including hotline, email, and internet to receive reports of improper governmental activities to include allegations of fraud, waste and abuse of state tax dollars within government agencies and by private groups that receive state resources.  The Hotline Triage Specialist will be responsible for the intake of complaints, compliant triage, handling complaints referred to other appropriate agencies, and other investigative tasks as necessary.  Complaint disposition can include initiating a full investigation, referring the complain to the appropriate agency or taking no action on the complaint.  The Hotline Triage Specialist will make the recommendation of which course of action is appropriate.
Position: Hotline Triage Specialist
Organization: NC Office of the State Auditor
Location: Raleigh,  NC 
United States
Salary: $64,406 - $125,591
Posting Start Date:
Date Posted: 11/22/2022
Requirements Bachelor’s degree with twenty-four (24) semester hours in accounting from an appropriately accredited institution and three (3) years of experience in auditing/accounting; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

The ideal candidate will also pay close attention to details and have a passion for high quality work.In addition, the ideal candidate will easily embrace OSA values of Commitment to Excellence, Personal Responsibility, Can-do Attitude, Teamwork, Personal Integrity, and Professionalism.
Status: This listing expires on: 12/22/2022
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NC Office of the State Auditor
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Raleigh,  NC 27601
United States
Email:
lauren.eiswirth@ncauditor.gov
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Contact:
Lauren Eiswirth

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