|Program Monitor (Principal Consultant #1565, 1637)|
|$57,461 - $72,614|
|$57,461 - $97,790|
|Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.|
|October 27, 2023|
|Open Until Filled|
Reporting to the Director, reviews and reconciles financial data on audit reports from grantees in accordance with the uniform guidance and Grant Accountability and Transparency Act (GATA).
- Reviews federal audit reports from school districts, joint agreements and other entities in accordance with the uniform guidance; reconciles financial data as needed; provides guidance to agency staff to assist in reviews of corrective action plans and drafting of management decision letters.
- Reviews financial audit reports from non-district grantees; reconciles financial data as needed; provides guidance to agency staff to assist in reviews of corrective action plans and drafting management decision letters.
- Provides technical and other assistance via email, phone, written correspondence and workshops to certified public accountants, school district personnel, joint agreement administrators, regional superintendents and other administrators related to state and federal laws, regulations and governmental accounting/auditing standards.
- Reviews agreed upon procedure reports; provides guidance to agency staff to assist in reviews of corrective action plans and drafting of management decision letters.
- Assists with GATA requirements related to risk assessment, internal controls, indirect costs, etc.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Auditing, Public Administration or Business Management in compliance and regulatory environment or related field. (COPY OF TRANSCRIPTS REQUIRED AT TIME OF APPLICATION)
- Two years of experience in related field.
- Knowledge of accounting systems.
- Ability to handle complex data analysis.
- Good interpersonal skills necessary for cooperative working relationships.
- Auditing coursework, CPA, CGAP or CIA.
ISBE provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetics. We actively foster a culture of inclusion and encourage individuals of all backgrounds to apply.
Illinois has an urgent and collective responsibility to achieve educational equity by ensuring that all policies, programs, and practices affirm the strengths that each and every child brings within their diverse backgrounds and life experiences, and by delivering the comprehensive supports, programs, and educational opportunities they need to succeed.