A bit about us:
More than 6,500 people are building careers, lives, and futures at our properties. One of the country’s busiest casinos, with great restaurants, in business roles in the casino offices and in our future hotels, we all share a commitment to building something greater for our team members, our guests, and our surrounding community.
Why join us?
Committed to our team members, we offer a competitive Total Rewards package featuring financial, healthcare, wellness, and career development rewards. Together, these benefits make our client a desired employer in the region.
Under the direction of the Audit Supervisor:
- -Auditor I will plan and execute accurate audits of hospitality revenue by verifying, allocating, and posting transactions and daily cash deposits.
- -Auditor I summarizes audit findings and offers preliminary recommendations.
- -Auditor I will also be responsible for compiling data and preparing formal audit findings reports substantiating their findings in order to reconcile entries, verify reporting, and prepare daily revenue reports for management while ensuring compliance with all policies, procedures, and regulations.
- -Auditor ensures compliance with the Gaming Commission’s Tribal Gaming Minimum Internal Controls (TICS) and the Gaming Commission Regulations (GCR), by studying the standards, enforcing adherence to requirements, and advising management on needed actions.
- Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience required. (Business degree with a concentration in Accounting or Finance from an accredited college or university preferred).
- Minimum 1-year work experience and/or training in Audit, Accounting, Fraud, Risk, Compliance, or other professional investigative or risk-based experience required.
- Familiarity with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP), Generally Accepted Auditing Standards (GAAS), National Indian Gaming Commission Minimum Internal Controls (MICS), the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO).
- Possesses and exercises strong analytical skills and abilities when performing audits.
- Employees must have experience demonstrating the utmost discretion and confidentiality as they will have access to private information such as Social Security Numbers, credit cards, personal data, or financial data from colleagues, personnel, or customers.