Job Announcement Number: NIGC-13-KH-MM832129 (EX)
Salary Range: $68,809.00 to $89,450.00 / Per Year
Open Period: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 to Wednesday, February 14, 2013
Series & Grade: AD-2210-12 (Equivalent to GS-12)
Position Information: Full Time – Excepted Service Permanent
Duty Locations: Tulsa, OK
The National Indian Gaming Commission’s (NIGC/Commission) Information Technology (IT) Auditor shall perform duties as assigned and delegated from the Director of Compliance. The Director of Compliance shall have supervisory responsibility for NIGC’s Audit Division and shall be responsible for ensuring that this program supports and furthers the goals of the Commission. This position requires experience in the gaming regulatory arena, information technology, computerized accounting systems, familiarity with the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 (IGRA), and appropriately documenting/creating clear written reports reflecting audit findings.
The major duties of The IT Auditor include, but are not limited to the following: Audits and reviews detailed information technology (IT) general controls at tribal gaming operations to ensure compliance with the regulations of the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) and the provisions of the tribal gaming ordinance/resolution related to IT, computerized gaming systems and other gaming associated equipment, to include data center operations and security, change management, application control reviews, systems development, database management and security, network administration, data recovery and physical and logical access security. Additionally, incumbent may assume a leadership position in the conduct of such assignments at the direction of the Director of Compliance.
In addition to the Specialized Experience requirement for this position, applicants must meet the Education Requirement described below: Minimum Qualification Requirements GS-12: To qualify for the GS-12 level, you must possess one full year of specialized experience.
Specialized experience is defined as knowledge of Electronic Gaming Machines, relevant internal controls, participating manufacturers, industry protocols and industry best practices. The knowledge of and demonstrated ability to apply IGRA and NIGC regulations, bulletins and other NIGC documents that pertain to Indian gaming. As well as knowledge of and demonstrated ability to apply methods required to conduct audits pertaining to matters of interest to NIGC, including, but not limited to, following a prescribed audit plan or developing an audit plan to address a specific inquiry, appropriately documenting substantive testing, observations and questionnaires, preparing concise and clear written reports reflecting audit findings and testifying in administrative hearings or other proceedings.
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