Accounting & Auditing Careers



Accountant-Auditors may perform a variety of assignments -- operational audits of various county departments, hands-on accounting tasks, prepare complex financial reports, review and analyze accounting transactions, as well as provide consulting services on a wide variety of fiscal and operational matters. This position might also participate in various special projects such as studies of automated and manual accounting systems and their associated internal controls, and assisting in new systems development, conversions and upgrades.

Cost Analyst


Cost Analysts are expected have an expanded skillset beyond the Accountant-Auditor, and also have some experience primarily in the cost analysis and recovery area. A Cost Analyst may be responsible for reporting, calculating, and estimating federal and state reimbursements or service charges. Cost Analysts may also review or prepare -- claims for reimbursement, cost models, fee proposals, and indirect cost rate proposals.


Financial Accounting Analyst


Financial Accounting Analysts (FAAs) have the opportunity draw on their experiences as Accountant-Auditors and Cost Analysts to supervise an accounting operation in one of the divisions of the Auditor-Controller's Office. There are currently FAA supervisors in Financial Accounting & Customer Support, Property Tax, Advanced & Specialty Accounting, Financial Reporting, and Payroll.