The Division of Program Integrity (DPI) within the Office of Management Assessment (OMA) provides a centralized review and analysis capability to promote program integrity; assumes the lead responsibility for conducting reviews and appraisals of alleged incidents of waste, fraud, mismanagement and abuse; and assumes the lead responsibility on cases received through the Office of the Inspector General hotline or from the cases reported to the Director, NIH that are referred to NIH for action.Learn more about this agency
- As a supervisory auditor, the incumbent will:
- Plan, organize, and manage a comprehensive audit program and supervise personnel assigned to an audit/investigative team.
- Provide administrative and technical oversight to subordinate auditors who evaluate allegations of grants and contracts funds misuse and conduct complex financial reviews.
- Interpret policies, meet objectives, and make recommendations resulting in precedents or resolving substantive technical and procedural audit-related problems.
- Plan, supervise, and implement audits by supervising subordinate auditors who evaluate allegations of funds misuse, develop audit plans, and ensure compliance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards.
- Counsel subordinates regarding career potential and opportunities, and complete performance evaluations for subordinate employees.
- Hear and resolve complaints from employees and refer serious grievances and unresolved complaints to higher level management officials.
- Provide expert advice and programmatic support in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of an audit program.
- Provide oversight, direction, guidance and advisory services to management officials regarding audits and reviews of NIH grantee institutions and NIH contractors.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel occasionally for this position.
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