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    Responsibilities

    Financial Statement Supervisory Auditors possess a high degree of professional knowledge and expertise in accounting and auditing, and are considered the OIG's authorities and expert in those areas. As a Financial Statement Supervisory Auditor, the individual is responsible for serving as a project manager in charge of supervising multiple federal financial statement audits and attestations, and ensuring the quality and integrity of all related products. Specific responsibilities include:

    · Managing all aspects of multiple engagements including the planning, internal control, testing, and reporting phases of federal financial statement audits, attestations, and audit follow-up.
    · Providing effective supervision of multiple teams of auditors who perform audits, attestations, and oversight of engagement teams from contracted independent public accounting firms including: (1) proactively identifying and resolving problems impacting the audit or attestation; (2) establishing priorities and adjusting schedules to accommodate changes in requirements, resources, or priorities;(3) establishing and meeting appropriate milestones to accomplish audits; and (4) monitoring and enhancing processes and procedures to address evolving requirements, efficiencies, changes, and/or constraints.
    · Leading by example through initiative, creativity, and flexibility in conducting work; and through anticipating and dealing effectively with obstacles.
    · Developing highly productive relationships with internal and external parties, fostering teamwork, collaboration, and coordination to accomplish goals and effectively utilize engagement resources.
    · Participating in the development of Audit Division's strategic plan and providing guidance on the Audit Division's strategic direction to the teams.
    · Analyzing results of federal financial statement audits and attestation engagements to identify patterns and trends, and making recommendations for changes in agency policy and procedures to ensure program integrity.
    · Managing and developing employees, including providing timely appraisals, identifying training needs, assigning appropriate workloads, reviewing completed work and providing feedback on quality and timeliness; recognizing and awarding excellence, and addressing conduct and performance issues.

    Responsibilities will increase and assignments will become more complex as your training and experience progresses.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May require up to 40% travel.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    14

  • Job family (Series)

    0511 Auditing

This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/517252100. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.