(A) Pursuant to division (J) of section 4121.125 of the Revised Code, the administrator, with the advice and consent of the board, shall employ a chief internal auditor, who shall report findings directly to the board, the workers' compensation audit committee, and the administrator.
(B) The bureau's chief internal auditor shall:
(1) Hold at least a bachelor's degree;
(2) Be either a certified internal auditor, a certified government auditing professional, or a certified public accountant; and,
(3) Have at least five years of internal or external auditing experience.