Audit and Taxation
Our Auditor series includes two entry-level classifications: (1) Tax Auditor, Range A, and (2) Tax Auditor, Range B. The Associate Tax Auditor is a promotional classification.
After becoming an Associate Tax Auditor, you can go into management by following the Administrator series, or become a technical tax specialist by following the Program Specialist series.
|Associate Tax Auditor||$4619 – $5897|
|Tax Auditor, Range B||$3841 – $4903|
|Tax Auditor, Range A||$3106 – $3966|
|Administrator III||$6775 – $7842|
|Administrator II||$5573 – $7113|
|Administrator I||$5076 – $6476|
|Program Specialist III||$6775 – $7842|
|Program Specialist II||$5573 – $7113|
|Program Specialist I||$5076 – $6476|
Tax Auditor, Range A
- Accounting degree; OR
- Completion of 19 semester units of college courses, including 16 semester
units of accounting coursework, which must include all of the following classes:
- Elementary and Advanced Accounting
- Cost Accounting
- Business Law
Same education requirements as Tax Auditor, Range A;
- One year of experience performing professional accounting or auditing duties at a level equivalent to a Tax Auditor, Range A; OR
- Two years of experience outside of California state service performing professional tax accounting, tax consulting and planning, or auditing work.
Visit the Department of Personnel Administration (DPA) Website for the complete minimum qualifications.