This position is responsible for determining the adequacy of the institution’s systems of internal control and the degree of compliance with internal controls, policies, procedures, regulations, and laws; and to determine the efficiency and effectiveness of financial, administrative, and academic management.
Minimum Job Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with a four to seven year’s work related experience in public accounting, internal auditing or governmental accounting and experience working with large computerized accounting systems.
Certified Public Accountant or Certified Internal Auditor status.
Skills and expertise necessary to run an efficient and effective comprehensive program of internal auditing within the college.
Intermediate computer skills
Proficient written and oral communication skills.
Preferred Job Requirements:
Advanced computer skills
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
Critical thinking skills to identify the underlying principles, motivations, reasons, or facts by breaking down information or data into separate parts.
Public Higher Education work experience.
Further information and application process for qualified applicants can be found at Nashville State Careers; qualified applicants should submit a completed Nashville State Community College application, resume and letter of interest via the applicant portal.
Review of candidates will continue until the position is filled.
Nashville State is an EEO/AA/Title VI/Section 504/ADA/ADEA Emoloyer
About Nashville State Community College
Since it first opened in 1970, Nashville State Community College has been a vital part of Nashville. Initially named Nashville State Technical Institute, the college had 398 students, and offered only five associate's degrees. Graduation was held in the parking lot. White Bridge Road, where the main campus is still located, had only two lanes and very few businesses. As the White Bridge Road area grew over the years, so did the college. In 1984, Nashville State joined the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) system of state universities and community colleges. In the spring of 2002, the decision to expand the mission of Nashville State Technical Institute to that of a community college was approved by the Tennessee General Assembly and the Tennessee State Governor. On July 1, 2002, it became official. As a community college, Nashville State continues to offer the Associate of Applied Science technical and career degrees. With the mission expansion, new degrees have been added for students planning to transfer their credits to universities: the Associate of Arts, the Associate of Science, and the Associate of Science in Teaching.