Job Overview

Summary

Join the Department of Interior's Office of Natural Resources Revenue!

The Department of the Interior is devoted to protecting and preserving the natural resources of this great nation, including National Parks, Landmarks, and the well-being of communities, including those of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and affiliated Islanders.

The Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR) is part of the Department of Interior's Office of Policy, Management and Budget and is responsible for collecting and disbursing revenues from energy production that occurs onshore on Federal and American Indian lands, and offshore in the Outer Continental Shelf.  During Fiscal Year 2012, ONRR disbursed more than $11.6 billion to states, American Indian Tribes and individual Indian mineral owners, and to various Federal accounts.

ONRR has been publically recognized for its royalty auditing work, receiving the highest possible rating from an independent peer review.  The ONRR Denver Office has been recognized as one of the top places to work in the Denver Metropolitan area in 2012.  For the 16th consecutive year, ONRR has received an unqualified (clean) opinion on its Fiscal Year 2012 consolidated financial statements. 

ONRR is in search of a candidate to become a Supervisory Auditor.  The incumbent is responsible for performing audits that comply with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standard, independently planning and conducting complex audits, demonstrating thorough knowledge of audit standards; communicating complex and/or controversial audit issues related to oil and gas; justifying conclusions reached and recommending courses of actions.  If this sounds like a match for your skills, please apply!

The position is located in the Department of the Interior (DOI), Office of the Secretary (OS), Office of Natural Resources Revenue (ONRR), Audit & Compliance Management (ACM), located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Duties

The major duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:
· Review survey programs and audit survey work ensuring audit findings are properly presented and ensures audit evidence is sufficient, competent, and relevant to provide a basis for audit findings.
· Provide technical guidance and assistance to staff, legal counsel, and State and Tribal representatives in industry settlement negotiations.
· Supervise activities that review reported royalties to ensure compliance with mineral lease terms, laws and regulations.
· Review work involving State and Tribal Cooperative Agreements by overseeing financial audits and provide technical oversight to assure royalties are properly paid on minerals extracted from Federal and/or Indian lands.
· Provide expert advice in developing valuation regulations, policies, and guidance for use by the Agency and industry.