The Audit Manager supervises the planning and performance of various types of assigned audits, including performance, financial, and financial-related audits. The incumbent serves as the auditor-in-charge or team member depending on project and staffing needs. The incumbent also supervises auditors. The incumbent reports to, and is under the supervision of, the Assistant Inspector General for Audit.Learn more about this agency
- Plans and conducts performance, compliance, financial, and financial-related audits, reviews, and inspections to improve efficiency and effectiveness of LSC and grantee operations, to ensure compliance with laws and regulations, and to identify and/or deter actual and potential fraud waste, abuse, and mismanagement.
- Serves as the Audit Manager, auditor-in-charge or audit team member on projects. As Audit Manager, the incumbent is responsible for overall project management, provides independent and professional guidance to team members on all steps in the audit process, including reviewing working papers of team members, identifying significant audit findings, making authoritative recommendations, and resolving most complex audit issues. Assists in conducting audits, as necessary.
- Devises techniques to analyze and evaluate audit evidence and results; develops analytical opinions, findings, and recommendations; and leads and conducts entrance and exit conferences with auditees.
- Supervises one to two assigned auditors. Day-to-day supervision entails coaching and mentoring assigned staff, suggesting appropriate training classes, conducting annual performance management assessments and on-going check-ins, and approving timesheets and leave.
- Prepares audit plans, audit programs, audit documentation, audit reports, and related correspondence; identifies significant audit areas that require decisions and presents recommendations and options on the direction the audit should take.
- Reviews proposed changes to professional standards, principles, and guidelines, and provides comments with respect to the impact proposed changes would have on the OIG, LSC, and grantee operations.
- Assists in the training of staff members.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - Travel is required and a portion of the work occurs onsite at various Legal Services Corporation grantee locations throughout the U.S. and its territories.
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