THIS VACANCY MAY BE RESTRICTED TO STATE SROA/SURPLUS & GEN RE-EMPLOYMENT CANDIDATES. TO BE CONSIDERED YOU MUST HAVE ELIGIBILITY AS A SENIOR WORKERS COMPENSATION PAYROLL AUDITOR (SR. WCPA) OR BE REACHABLE ON THE SR. WCPA EXAM LIST. TRANSFER AND REINSTATEMENT CANDIDATES MAY BE CONSIDERED. TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CANDIDATES MAY ALSO BE CONSIDERED. IF INTERESTED, PLEASE SUBMIT A COMPLETED STATE APPLICATION FORM (STD 678), A RESUME, (AND A COPY OF YOUR SROA/SURPLUS LETTER). APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED AND/OR RECEIVED NO LATER THAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 2013. PLEASE REFERENCE 'BF10896' ON APPLICATION.
The Premium Audit office, Monterey Park location, has an opening for a Senior Workers’ Compensation Payroll Auditor. We are seeking a hard-working and conscientious individual who can perform complex and/or sensitive audits, train subordinate staff, act as a lead person for the unit, and provide effective customer service.
Our ideal candidate will have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:
*Ability to work both accurately and efficiently to meeting established deadlines
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills
*Ability to handle multiple priorities, both independently & as a team member
*Ability to effectively manage an audit inventory
*Excellent organization skills
*Ability to deal effectively with customers
*Knowledge to serve as a resource for both the office and the unit
*Regular and predictable attendance
APPOINTMENT IS LIMITED TERM FOR UP TO 24 MONTHS. THIS POSITION MAY BECOME PERMANENT IN THE FUTURE.
Senior Workers Compensation Payroll Auditor
402 - 496 - 9324 -
Final Filing Date:
Human Resources 2275 Gateway Oaks Dr Sacramento, CA 95833
SROA/SURPLUS/GEN RE EMP
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