The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) is a statutorily created independent entity that works to prevent fraud, waste, abuse, and misconduct in DOJ programs and personnel, and to promote economy and efficiency in those programs. In carrying out its audit mission, the OIG contributes to and issues products, such as reports, advisories, briefings, and congressional testimonies with recommendations focused on improving the effectiveness and efficiency of DOJ programs in support of the agency's mission. The Assistant Inspector General for Audit is responsible for overseeing the Audit Division and audit engagements that involve all DOJ programs and operations. The OIG performs audits at the request of Congress as well as self-initiating engagements in support of the OIG's strategic plan. This position is for an Auditor in Chicago. IL. Additional information about DOJ can be found on www.doj.gov
More than one position may be filled with this announcement.
The duties below are at the full performance level of this position. The GS-13 Auditor is responsible for planning, coordinating and conducting comprehensive audits of major scope and responsibility. The employee may serve as the auditor-in-charge of an audit or review (or lead a portion of larger engagements) and ensure the quality and integrity of all related products. Specific responsibilities include:
· Identifying new areas for audit and planning new engagements by submitting tactical plan suggestions that support the OIG strategic plan as well as audit proposals that detail the benefit of committing resources to performing the work.
· Developing program guides that address the audit objectives and provide a clear path for developing convincing findings and actionable recommendations.
· Exercising technical direction over the collection and analysis of all data; and ensuring that evidence collected is sufficient, relevant, and competent and properly documented and reviewed in the audit working papers.
· Providing effective team leadership including: (1) proactively identifying and resolving problems that could impact project goals; (2) establishing priorities and adjusting schedules to accomplish the work as timely as possible; and (3) effectively utilizing resources.
Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progresses.
Occasional travel - May require up to 40% travel
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Status Candidates (Merit Promotion and VEOA Eligibles)
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