This position is located at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Office of Inspector General (OIG) Office of Audit, Information Technology Audits Division (IG/A/ITA). The OIG is an independent organization that is responsible for the audit, investigations and fraud control activities, relating to Agency’s worldwide programs and operations.Learn more about this agency
This position serves as the Director for the Information Technology Audits (ITA) Division. The primary focus of this incumbent is the information technology audit which includes, managing the oversight of information system audits conducted by independent public accounting firms and by audit staff assigned to the ITA Division. This includes but is not limited to mandatory audits such as the FISMA Audit at USAID, MCC, US African Development Foundation (USADF), and the Inter-American Foundation (IAF), as well as, discretionary audits selected. The incumbent will also manage a professional staff.
As a Supervisory Auditor for ITA, you will also:
- Direct preparation, planning and review of highly technical and complex audits, reviews, surveys, assessments, evaluations, and other projects that promotes efficiency, effectiveness, and compliance and that work is done in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Audit Standards (GAGAS).
- Direct preparation and perform supervisory review and approval of audit objectives, scope, methodologies, protocols, project plans, audit findings, analysis, and audit evidence, recommendations, and audit reports.
- Brief the Inspector General (IG), Deputy IG, Assistant IG and the Deputy Assistant IG on progress of audits, and identifies problems such as the need to expand scope and audit review and commit additional resources.
- Direct the development of audit plans and budgets for the Information Technology Audit Division.
- Monitor compliance with audit teams’ plans and schedules to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of audit practices, resources, and tools.
- Perform management functions that include, but are not limited to: workforce/succession planning, employee counseling, supporting EEO and affirmative action initiatives, evaluating work performance, preparing and proposing awards resolving complaints, identifying employee training needs, and developing and mentoring employees.
Occasional travel - Approximately 15% travel may be required.
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