JOB DESCRIPTION: Performance Auditors perform independent assessments of Agency policy, programs, and operations. They gather and analyze information, identify areas for improvement, draft findings and recommendations, and prepare reports. These auditors carry out activities in accordance with Agency and NGA Office of Inspector General (OIG) guidance, Government auditing standards, and other applicable requiremenLearn more about this agency
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The NGA OIG Audit Division conducts independent, objective audits and other reviews of NGA programs and operations and makes recommendations to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of NGA policies, programs, and operations. The OIG Audit Division is seeking a Performance Auditor to research, plan, and conduct performance audits in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards with minimal supervision. This individual will have an opportunity to participate in all aspects of the audit cycle from development of an annual audit plan through follow-up on recommendations. This individual must have a strong ethical commitment to ensure the integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness of NGA programs; have knowledge of the theory, concepts, practices, and techniques of government auditing; be self-motivated and able to work independently as well as in a team environment; have strong oral and written communication skills; and be able to work on multiple tasks with short deadlines while prioritizing as necessary to meet critical needs. This position is non-supervisory. CURRENT NGA Employees: Thank you for your interest in the OIG. In order to maintain its objectivity and independence, the OIG fills vacancies through AON. Current NGA employees MUST send their package directly via email to the following address: email@example.com by the deadline of the close date. Please attach the announcement to the email. NGA employees are eligible to apply for OIG vacancies that are advertised via AON. If selected through the AON process, an NGA employee joining the OIG becomes part of the Inspector General Career Service (IGCS).
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