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    This National Guard position is for a AUDITOR, Position Description Number T5144000 and is part of the MA ARNG USPFO Internal Review, National Guard. This is a Non-Bargaining Unit position. The unit point of contact and contact phone for this position is: Mr. George Marshall at 339-202-3843.

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    Auditors provide professional services consistent with knowledge of accounting principles and standards. The primary purpose of this function is to provide audits - systematic examination of financial records and reports consistent with management controls, policies, regulations, and other performance requirements. Auditors plan and execute reviews applying Comptroller General Standards in accordance with Internal Auditing Standards. An understanding of the DoD audits, National Guard programs, Cooperative Agreements, and the role of the US Property and Fiscal Officer is essential for this position. Applicants must be open-minded, intellectually agile and resilient. This position demands the ability to work individually or as part of a team. Working with management, auditors research, analyze, understand, and resolve issues and problems. Challenges will include working with deadlines and maintaining sensitive information. Applicants must have excellent written and verbal communications skills. Quality communications are accurate, objective, clear, concise, constructive, complete and timely. Auditors must write executive summaries and build work-papers that effectively communicate sufficient appropriate evidence to support conclusions. The Auditor must be able to explain the purpose and context of engagements, while working with management for process/program improvements. The value of this work may hinge on the ability of the Auditor to influence management. Applicants must effectively use Microsoft Office software and other applications such as Adobe Acrobat Pro.

    A novice auditor (GS-9) is technically competent to perform various audit procedures either in whole or as part of an audit program. A journeyman (GS-11) auditor independently executes the full audit process to achieve agency objectives. GS-12 employees audit projects that are more complex or without precedent. These projects require original assessment and considerable judgment to develop an audit plan and devise detailed fact-finding techniques.

    Internal auditors conduct entrance conferences with management officials at the audit site; accomplish audit steps and a variety of audit techniques in gathering, documenting and summarizing data; perform audit follow-up on agreed-to findings, recommendations and monetary benefits made during a previous audit; provide unscheduled, quick reaction troubleshooting capabilities to the command to prevent or correct serious, high-profile problems.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

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    0511 Auditing

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