About the Agency
Begin a challenging career with the Office of Audits and be a vital part of the auditing community. We offer a rewarding opportunity to contribute to a noble mission that seeks to prevent and detect fraud, waste, and abuse of GSA programs. We are interested in an individual who is committed to superior service and who can help us continue to meet these high standards. We are seeking a highly motivated and qualified Auditor to be a proactive member of our audit team.
The mission of the Office of Inspector General (OIG) is to help GSA effectively carry out its responsibilities and to protect the public interest by bringing about positive change in the performance, accountability, and integrity of GSA programs and operations. The OIG is recognized as a world class organization serving the public interest by protecting and improving the operations of GSA. The OIG plays a vital role in supporting GSA's continuing evolution as a leader in formulating Government-wide policy and its efforts to expertly and competitively meet the needs of its Federal customers while serving the best interest of U.S. taxpayers.
CONCURRENT ANNOUNCEMENT: This vacancy is also being announced under Merit Promotion regulations, announcement #JA-2014-4-51 MP. Please review that announcement to see if you are eligible for consideration under Merit Promotion Procedures.
NOTE: APPLICANTS MUST APPLY SEPARATELY FOR EACH ANNOUNCEMENT IN ORDER TO BE CONSIDERED UNDER BOTH PROCEDURES.
As a GSA OIG auditor, you will work on a team conducting performance and attestation audits. You will perform systematic examinations and analyses of financial-related records, reports, management controls, and policies and practices that impact the financial condition of GSA organizations and activities. You will be responsible for 1) preparing work papers/reports to document the audit process including audit objectives and related conclusions, deficiencies, and recommendations for corrective action; 2) assisting higher level auditors in determining areas of high risk to focus on during an audit; and 3) other related assigned duties.