As an Auditor in the Office of Audits, Financial Management Division, within the Office of Inspector General (OIG), you will have a leading role in helping the Department of State and the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) improve management, strengthen integrity and accountability, and ensure the most efficient, effective, and economical use of resources. Our activities are global in scope, supporting the highest priorities of the Department and BBG. Our oversight extends to the Department's and BBG's 60,000+ employees and more than 270 missions and other facilities worldwide. We remain at the forefront of efforts to identify potential savings and cost efficiencies for the Department and BBG, and strive to provide timely, relevant, and useful feedback on the progress of their programs and initiatives. Our mandate includes the traditional areas of emphasis for the Department and BBG--including diplomatic and consular affairs, security, international broadcasting, contracting, administrative, and financial management, and information technology--as well as new initiatives and priorities such as food security, global health and climate change.Learn more about this agency
This position is eligible for telework; additional criteria will be required (e.g., supervisory approval).
The incumbent serves as an auditor, assisting on project assignments as directed by the audit manager. The incumbent prepares and reviews work papers that document the performance of assigned work steps in the analysis and evaluation of Department and BBG operations and programs; conducts and ensures that work is performed in compliance with
professional audit standards and Inspector General audit polices and
procedures; reviews, analyzes and extracts pertinent data from files
and reports for the purpose of developing finding(s), conclusion(s)
and recommendation(s); selects, marks, plots and charts pertinent
narrative and statistical data to assist in analyzing Department and
BBG programs and systems; researches and reviews public laws,
department and federal regulations, procedural manuals and
references, and records of Congressional hearings for the purpose of
identifying specific legislative, regulatory, and procedural
requirements; synthesizes data collected to determine the degree of
effectiveness of management and accounting systems at all levels;
maintains effective client relationships and routinely briefs the
audit manager on progress of assignment, highlighting potential
problems and presenting viable solutions; proofreads reports for
clarity, completeness, and grammatical correctness; and provides
assistance in solving financial problems and performing other
administrative duties related to the project as assigned by the
Occasional travel - Not to exceed two weeks at a time periodically.
Who May Apply
This job is open to…Merit Promotion, Federal Employees, Current and former Federal employees, Noncompetitive, Reinstatement Eligibles, CTAP, Interagency Career Transition Assistance Program, ICTAP, VEOA, VRA.
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More than one selection may be made from this announcement if additional identical vacancies in the same title, series, grade and unit occur.
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