The Office of Audit is responsible for conducting and supervising audits relating to the Department of Labor’s programs and operations; recommending policies for activities designed to promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in the administration of the Department’s programs and operations; and preventing and detecting fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement in these programs and operations.Learn more about this agency
- Supervises a staff of DOL auditors and/or program analysts, and related positions in grades GS 5 through GS 13; and manages, coordinates and integrates a number of concurrent complex audits which may be nationwide in scope, cross regional boundaries and result in recommended changes to legislation or regulations. The incumbent (a) works with team leaders and Auditors in Charge (AIC's) in determining the scope of audit, developing and adjusting audit guides when necessary to meet special or unusual circumstances; (b) participates in closeout audit conferences with auditees (city, county, state and/or DOL officials) to present the findings developed during the course of the audit; (c) develops clear, cohesive audit reports in conjunction with the audit team based on the audit work performed and arranges for independent review of reports to be signed by the Audit Director. (d) Performs the final technical review of work papers and draft audit reports to determine whether both meet DOL reporting standards and are acceptable for signature or approval by the Audit Director.
- Carries out personnel and audit management responsibilities.
- Recognizes significant trends that may have future impact on audit procedures and audit programs.
- Makes adjustments to audit procedures and audit programs after careful consideration of all facts so that corrective factors can be made for the achievement of audit goals.
- Provides audit-related testimony at hearings and court proceedings involving local and Federal criminal and civil prosecutor initiatives. Provides expert advice and testimony at Administrative Law Judge hearings.
Occasional travel - Subject to travel of 20% or greater.
14 - The position is at the full performance level
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