Job Overview


The United States Postal Service Office of Inspector General's (USPS OIG) mission is to provide reports to Postal Service Executives, the Board of Governors, and Congress to help the Postal Service maximize revenues (over $65 billion a year), minimize costs, and prevent and detect fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.

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The USPS OIG is seeking a highly qualified applicant to fill our Entry Level Auditor/Audit Evaluator position in the Office of Audit, Supply Management and Facilities Team located in Arlington, VA; Carol Stream, IL; Denver, Co; or Atlanta, GA. The Supply Management and Facilities Directorate conducts performance and/or contract and financial related audits relative to Postal Service Supply Management and Facilities activities. The candidate will conduct performance and/or contract and financial related audits relative to Postal Service Supply Management activities. 

This position is being advertised at the Journey Band level, equivalent to a GS-5 through a GS-7. The salary range for this position is listed below. The salary figures include locality pay. Career ladder to GS-13 equivalent at management's discretion.

Arlington, VA - $34,075 - $54,875
Carol Stream, IL – $34,316 - $55,264
Denver, CO – $33,608 - $54,124
Atlanta, GA - $32,722 - $52,698

Relocation expenses will not be paid.  


Please note that the duties and responsibilities associated with this position may vary based upon the agency's needs at the time of hire. The following description of major duties and responsibilities is only intended to give applicants a general overview of the expectations. 

This is the basic to advanced trainee level in the area of auditing. Work assignments are selected to provide training in the analytical evaluative aspects of the work and in the appropriate use of such methods and techniques as qualitative and quantitative analysis.  The training emphasizes developing an understanding of the relationships of the concepts underlying the specialty area. It is directed toward the recognition of incipient needs or problems and the identification, analysis and solution of problems. Assignments are pre-selected to combine performance of productive work with supervised on-the-job training in both the judgmental and methodological aspects of the work. While participating as a member of an audit team, progressively contributing more value to assigned audit projects as knowledge, skills, and abilities develop.