S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley’s Department of Revenue (SCDOR) has been a source of major frustration for the first-term “chief executive.” She’s already had to fire the first guy she tapped to lead the agency after SCDOR’s monumental pooch screw in the #SCHacked scandal.

Forgotten about that scandal? Here’s a refresher.

Anyway, like every agency in South Carolina’s ever-expanding state government, SCDOR is hiring these days … in fact it’s specifically looking for a “Senior Auditor” position that pays somewhere between $40,000 – $70,000 a year (not counting benefits).

According to SCDOR’s official job description, this senior auditor’s job is to “research and develops (sic) audit programs and testing to determine whether DOR’s mission, goals, and objectives are achieved.”

Hmmm-kay …

What does the “testing” function include?

“Testing includes verifying the validity, accuracy, and timeliness of performance measures used and reported by the area reviewed; the means to safeguard asses; inventories; and transactions captured during operations,” the description continues.

Wait … what?

Safeguard asses?

“Kim Haley did a great job proofing this one,” one of our sources joked, referring to the former SCDOR interim director appointed by Haley in the aftermath of the #SCHacked scandal.

Finally, an advertisement for a bureaucratic position that (inadvertently) tells the truth about what is expected of the applicant …