OIG is organized into three line elements: the Offices of Investigations, Audits and Evaluations, and Healthcare Inspections; along with the Office of Contract Review, the Office of Management and Administration and the Office of Special Reviews. In addition to the Washington, DC, headquarters, OIG has offices located in more than 30 cities throughout the country.Learn more about this agency
The Supervisory Auditor is located in the Office of Audits and Evaluations.
As a Supervisory Auditor, you will:
- Manage and direct a broad range of performance audits in the area of IT and security, requiring integrated analysis of a number of different information systems, as well as management programs, processes, operations, and functions of VA through a subordinate staff of auditors and analysts.
- Maintain a mastery of a professional knowledge of the theories, concepts, principles, and practices of accounting and auditing practices, including Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and Government Auditing Standards, internal control, contracts management principles, and grants management principles necessary to administer individual assignments requiring an integrated analysis of a number of different operational programs and accounting systems; to carry out Audit Manager responsibilities in the performance of these assignments; and to serve as a technical expert.
- Develop and design program plans and innovative approaches where no precedents exist and/or develop creative solutions to controversial problems; direct teams; structure assignments; react to unexpected complex developments during the execution phase of the performance audit, evaluation, inspection, or review, which may require modifications to the program plan; draft persuasive and concise reports and briefing materials; and determine the completeness and sufficiency of the work papers and related evidence developed by the staff members.
- Recommend areas to be covered and plans efforts in different locations and at different organizational management levels, develop new approaches where no precedent exists and work with highly interpretive laws and regulations, and target areas of highly controversial problems. Additionally, the projects managed by the incumbent may involve shaping major programs, compliance with new legislation, or facilitating the resolution of long-standing problem areas of vital importance to the agency.
25% or less - Travel nationwide under tight deadlines. The incumbent should anticipate frequent walking and standing as a component of this travel.
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