The Auditor (Bankruptcy) is responsible for the financial analysis and related investigative work associated with bankruptcy cases under applicable law. This analysis and investigative work supports the litigation and civil enforcement efforts of the USTP. Analytical and investigative assignments require a professional knowledge of accounting and financial analysis to perform work that is similar in scope and complexity to that performed by a public accounting firm.Learn more about this agency
The duties and responsibilities for a 0511 Auditor (Bankruptcy) working in a Regional Office generally include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Applying professional accounting knowledge, understanding of business operations, and knowledge of bankruptcy laws and procedures related to the full scope, including difficult and complex chapter 7 and chapter 13 bankruptcy cases on a regional level.
- Reviewing and analyzing bankruptcy cases and determining adequacy and accuracy of financial documents submitted on a regional level.
- Performing exams, audits, reviews, and analysis of bankruptcy cases administered by the region's panel trustees and determining their adequacy, accuracy, and compliance with accounting principles and practices.
- Performing oversight of standing trustees on a regional level, including reviewing budgets and budget amendments, financial records, operations and case filings.
- Providing a variety of related accounting and auditing services associated with chapter 7 and chapter 13 matters on a regional level.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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