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    Interested in helping lead a rising OIG as it implements many positive changes? 

    You’ll be the Assistant Inspector General for Audit and Evaluation, reporting to the Principal Assistant General for Audit and Evaluation.

    You’ll be one of a small group of executives within the OIG for the U.S. Department of Commerce.

    You’ll lead multiple teams of auditors, program analysts, and subject matter experts, and be responsible for planning and managing highly complex and sensitive audits.

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    As the Assistant Inspector General, you will:

    • Serve as a member of OIG's senior management team and be principally responsible for managing highly complex and sensitive audits. 
    • Direct and supervise audit and program analyst staff in carrying out assigned audit responsibilities which include:
    • Conduct financial and performance audits and evaluations using Generally Accepted   Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS);
    •      -  preparing reports on the results of audits and evaluations;
    •      -  resolving audit and evaluation findings;
    •      -  ensuring the efficiency and effectiveness of operations;
    •      -  managing hotline referrals.
    • Provide technical and policy advice on management matters, and audit and evaluation matters to the PAIG and other senior officials including the Inspector General. 
    • Perform the full range of supervisory duties for a staff of auditors, program analysts, and other administrative and technical support staff on a day-to-day basis. 
    • Oversee and monitor the operations of assigned projects by carefully tracking their status and timely addressing issues or problems that arise in the course of audit work. 
    • Recommend changes in project priorities to accomplish audit objectives approved by the Inspector General and the PAIG.
    • Keep abreast of strategic goals and objectives, initiatives, budgetary status, and internal control practices.
    • Resolve highly complex and very sensitive issues that have the potential to undermine the integrity of audits and evaluation reports.
    • Prepare a wide range of highly complex, sophisticated and sensitive audit and evaluation reports.
    • Participate in OIG strategic planning. 
    • Manage a multi-million dollar budget.
    • Contribute to OIG auditing and evaluation policies, guidelines and standard operating procedures.
    • Represent the OIG at Department, Federal government and private sector meetings and conferences.
    • Maintain liaison relationships at the top professional levels in the Department of Commerce and with other government agencies.
    • Provide testimony on audit and evaluation cases as required.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel will periodically occur to visit field offices and attend meetings or training.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0511 Auditing

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