Internal Auditor
The West Virginia Board of Treasury Investments (BTI) is responsible for managing the investments of the short-term operating funds of the State of West Virginia. These short-term operating funds, collectively known as the Consolidated Fund, comprise moneys not currently needed to fund state governmental operations, local government funds, and those funds statutorily required to be invested in the Consolidated Fund. The Consolidated Fund is made up of nine separate investment pools and accounts: three external investment pools, three special-purpose internal investment pools, and three individual investment accounts. The BTI seeks an Internal Auditor that will perform regular audits of the investment and operating activities of the BTI under the direction of the Audit Committee of the Board.This position will be responsible for preparing and executing an annual audit plan with Board approval.

Responsibilities include:
  • Preparing and executing an annual audit plan with Board approval
  • Determining areas to be audited and the timing and frequency of audits in accordance with the annual audit plan
  • Co-ordinating audit activities with external auditors
  • Preparing periodic reports on results of audits, along with any findings and recommendations, to management of the BTI
  • Preparing and presenting quarterly reports to the Audit Committee of the Board on audit work performed, significant issues noted and the status of such issues
  • Reporting annual to the Audit Committee of the Board on the status of the annual audit plan
  • Bachelor’s degree from a four-year college or university in Accounting or Finance
  • Certified Public Accountant
  • 3 years minimum experience as an auditor
  • Previous experience in fixed-income investments is preferred
Qualified candidates should send resume and salary requirements to:Kara K. Hughes, West Virginia Board of Treasury Investments, 315 70 th Street SE, Charleston, WV25304, or e-mail to:
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