Auditor/InvestigatorNC REAL ESTATE COMMISSION
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission is seeking a qualified
Auditor and or Investigator
to join our team of dedicated leaders.
Key Responsibilities and Requirements:
- Audit trust account records of real estate brokers state-wide and investigate consumer complaints against real estate licensees.
- BSBA or BS Accounting with experience in accounting or auditing plus law enforcement or investigative work preferred.
- Must relocate or reside in the Raleigh area.
- All employees are subject to a criminal background check and must pass a drug test upon employment.
- Ranging from $52,905 - $63,486 depending on experience, plus excellent benefits.
The Commission’s primary function is to license and regulate real estate agents (persons and firms who sell, lease, etc. real estate for others). North Carolina’s 100,000-plus real estate agents are licensed as brokers.
The Commission registers and regulates sales activities at time share projects, where ownership in a single living unit (usually a resort condominium) is shared by many persons. Time share salespersons must also hold a broker license.
When time and resources permit, members of the Commission staff are available to present informational programs to real estate practitioner and consumer audiences. These programs address issues of special interest and concern to the Commission, real estate licensees and the public.
The North Carolina Real Estate Commission is an equal opportunity employer, our employment practices are in accordance with the laws that prohibit discrimination due to race, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, or national origin.