Auditor 9-P11 - Michigan Gaming Control Board - iGaming/Tribal Gaming
Michigan Gaming Control Board
Location: Lansing or Detroit, Michigan
Type: Full Time
Salary: $22.16 - $38.16
Your application materials will be used to determine the level you qualify for. The 9, 10 & P11 levels all have regularly scheduled step increases, in addition to cost-of-living increases. If an applicant qualifies at the 9 level, after one year of satisfactory service, they will be eligible for reclassification to the 10 level. After one year of satisfactory service at the 10 level, they will be eligible for reclassification to the P11 level.
There are three vacancies located in the iGaming section and two vacancies in the Tribal Gaming section. The section will be determined during interviews. The closing date to apply is September 27, 2023, at 11:59 p.m.
***The MGCB Auditor position currently offers an initial$1,250 Signing Bonus and an additional $1,250 Retention Bonusupon completion of one year of satisfactory service. The bonus must be paid back if employee leaves the department prior to completing one year in the position. This benefit is limited to new State of Michigan employees, current employees are ineligible. ***
The iGaming Auditor 9-P11 plans and performs financial, compliance audits of internet gaming, internet sports betting, and fantasy contests conducted under the Michigan Gaming Control & Revenue Act as amended, the Lawful Internet Gaming Act of 2019, the Lawful Sports Betting Act of 2019, and the Fantasy Contests Consumer Protection Act of 2019, administrative rules, and operator and platform providers internal controls.
This position has the option of Detroit, MI or Lansing, MI as the primary work location.
The Tribal Gaming Auditor 9-P11 supports the oversight responsibilities of the Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) as prescribed in the Tribal-State Class III Gaming Compacts and related Consent Judgments. Plans and performs financial and compliance audits and reviews of Class III gaming at tribal casinos operating pursuant to the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988, Tribal-State Class III Gaming Compacts, and related Consent Judgments. Conducts risk assessments and analytical procedures, evaluates and tests internal controls, analyzes records and data, and performs observations, inquiries, substantive tests of transactions, and other audit and review procedures. Assists in the development of audit and review programs, procedures, and strategies and prepares or assists in the preparation of formal audit and review reports.
The Tribal Gaming Auditor position's primary work location is Lansing, MI.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board is proud to be an equal employment workplace that values inclusion & diversity. In an effort to minimize implicit bias, MGCB is protecting applicant personal identifying information. Please include detailed education and experience in the online application for review and refrain from adding personal information.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board (MGCB) is a state agency dedicated to ensuring the conduct of fair and honest gaming. Our agency continues to change and adapt to meet new challenges by regulating several new forms of gaming including onsite sports betting at the Detroit casinos, internet gaming, internet sports betting, fantasy sports, and mobile wagering for pari-mutuel horse racing in 2020. MGCB ensures fair and honest gaming to protect the interests of citizens of the State of Michigan.
As an employer, MGCB will promote and foster an inclusive environment that values diversity, promotes equity in all operations and decisions, and celebrates multiple approaches and points of view. We are committed to employee development, promotional, and growth opportunities as an agency by offering career development plans, mentoring programs, and training to cultivate an atmosphere in which employees thrive while working toward future goals.
The Michigan Gaming Control Board may consider alternative and remote work schedule requests based on the operational needs of the work area. MGCB’s main office is located at 3062 West Grand Boulevard, Detroit, MI, however, MGCB has a satellite office in Lansing and offices located in Greektown Casino, MGM Grand – Detroit, and MotorCity Casino. Not all MGCB positions have the capability to work remotely due to the nature of the position. For positions approved to work remotely, MGCB requires a minimum of two in-office days each week. Periodic onsite teamwork, collaboration, and communication with peers and leaders is required for all positions and is essential to the position's success and MGCB’s mission and values. Selected candidates approved to work remotely, or a hybrid schedule (combination of remote and in-office), must complete that work within Michigan. Remote work will be determined by management and is not an entitlement. Employees will be provided computers and other essential items necessary to perform state work. Employees working remotely will be responsible for providing other components of a remote office at their own expense, including:
A secure work location that allows privacy and prevents distractions. A high-speed internet connection of at least 25 Mbps download and 5 Mbps upload. Suitable lighting, furniture, and utilities.
Candidates should confirm work location and schedule at the time of interview.
MGCB is proud to be a Michigan Veteran’s Affairs Agency (MVAA) Silver Level Veteran Friendly Employer.
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Required Education and Experience
Education Possession of a bachelor's degree with at least 24 semester (36 term) credits in accounting.
Auditor 9 No specific type or amount is required.
Auditor 10 One year of professional experience auditing accounting, financial, and operations records equivalent to an Auditor 9.
Auditor P11 Two years of professional experience auditing accounting, financial, and operations records equivalent to an Auditor, including one year equivalent to an Auditor 10.
Alternate Education and Experience
Possession of a Certified Public Accountant certification (CPA) may be substituted for one year of experience at the P11 level.
Possession of a Certified Management Accountant certification (CMA) may be substituted for six months of experience at the P11 level.
Possession of a Certified Internal Auditor certification or a Certified Information System Auditor certification may be substituted for one year of experience at the P11 level for positions responsible for internal auditing.
Possession of a bachelor's degree with 24 semester credits (36 term) in finance, information systems, or management may be substituted for the education for positions responsible for internal auditing.
Additional Requirements and Information
**** REQUIRED INFORMATION: Employment in the state classified service demands a high degree of loyalty and imposes high ethical standards on employees to ensure the integrity of state government and maintain effective services. All employees must meet these ethical standards and all appointing authorities are obligated to enforce these ethical standards.
As part of this effort all employees are required to report any possible conflict of interest, please review the information and be prepared to respond to questions related to the information in your application.
The Board also conducts a personal reference screening, criminal background check, drug testing and federal and state tax transcript, including fingerprinting candidates prior to a conditional offer of employment. A reference check from a current or previous supervisor is required, please include this information on your application.
Civil Service Rule 2-7 requires that all persons who are not currently state employees submit to and pass a pre-employment drug test which must be administered within 24 hours of a conditional offer or the offer may be rescinded. It is considered a refusal to test if an applicant fails to provide a sufficient sample within the allotted time. In accordance with Civil Service Regulation 2.07, an individual may be sanctioned from applying to State of Michigan vacancies, permanently or up to (3) three years, should you fail to pass/submit to the pre-employment drug test. Under Civil Service Regulation 3.06, you may be sanctioned from applying to positions with the State of Michigan, if you make any false statements or omissions of a material fact during the selection process.