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    Summary

    The Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Fund has the authority to appoint highly qualified re-employed annuitants with a salary offset (reduction) waiver. Appointments may be permanent or temporary, not to exceed one year, which may be extended yearly. All re-employed annuitants serve at the will of the agency head and appointments do not confer tenure.

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    Responsibilities

    As the Deputy Special Inspector General for Audit you will:

    • Plan and executes an audit program that provides for independent reviews and appraisals of the operation of the TARP. These reviews provide information on the condition of all functional activities of the TARP, and are sufficient in scope to provide a basis for constructive management action by responsible officials.
    • Provide overall leadership and direction for evaluating the vulnerability of TARP operating activities to problems, and recommends action to pursue in planning audit coverage that provides for:

               - Systemic verification and analyses of functional transactions;

               - Assessments of the design and development of new and existing information systems;

               - Appraisals of the effectiveness and efficiency of TARP programs and operations; and

               - Execution of the responsibilities mandated under the Chief Financial Officer's Act relating to audits of TARP financial statements.

    • Perform quality assurance of audit activities by assessing the execution of audit operations and their adherence to the GAO's Government Auditing Standards; identify operational concerns in SIGTARP audit and evaluation activities and prepares reports that recommend appropriate management actions; monitor and evaluate audit and evaluation activities using qualitative and quantitative methods of analysis; and recommend new procedures and techniques for improving the overall quality of audit operations.
    • Formulate and maintain SIGTARP audit and evaluation policies, procedures, and program guidelines; develop and maintain audit and evaluation management information systems; and produce management information reports for use by SIGTARP managers.
    • Develop and maintain the professional skills of audit and evaluation personnel by determining training priorities and goals of the audit and evaluation training programs, identifying training needs, and defining and articulating training objectives.
    • Supervise senior auditors and evaluations who plan and execute the audit and evaluation program of the TARP, including: information systems; financial management activities; headquarters operations; and the programs and operations of TARP.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - May be required

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    00

  • Job family (Series)

    0340 Program Management

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