Missouri Gaming Commission

Jefferson City , MO
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Auditor I

Missouri Gaming Commission
Jefferson City, MO Full-time
Posted on February 28, 2019

LOCATION: Kansas City, MO
SALARY: $45,052.80 (after a successful performance review period $46,756.08)
This is entry-level professional work involving compliance auditing of the internal operations of the state of
Missouri’s licensed gaming organizations. The primary responsibility is to conduct examinations and audits to
determine compliance by casinos with the Missouri Riverboat Gambling Act and Regulations. Employees
perform audit fieldwork through interviews, observations and review of records. Employees report findings
and develop recommendations on compliance, prepare written reports, and participate in exit conferences.
Close supervision and training are provided by a higher-level Auditor, however, as experience is gained,
supervision becomes more general, and the employee exercises increasing independence and initiative in the
performance of assignments within established policies and procedures.
Strong PC skills in MS Excel and Word preferred. Travel required.
A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a minimum of 24 earned credit hours in
(One year of professional accounting or auditing experience will substitute for up to 9 earned credit hours of
the required specialization in Accounting).
All applicants must complete the MGC Employment Application. Go to the Missouri Gaming Commission’s website to download the employment application. Resumes accepted but not in lieu of a completed
employment application. For questions call (573) 526-4080.
Send completed application to: Missouri Gaming Commission, ATTN: Recruitment, P.O. Box 1847, Jefferson
City, MO 65102 OR e-mail to
No applicant will be selected for employment if he/she has a family member related within the second degree of
consanguinity or affinity employed by an entity licensed by the Commission. A comprehensive background is required
before appointment.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Missouri Gaming Commission reserves the right to fill positions through transfer and reclassification of existing