This position is located in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD), Office of the Inspector General (OIG), Office of Audit, in one of the regional or field offices. The OIG is an independent organization within HUD, responsible for performing audits, evaluations, inspections, investigations, and for preventing and detecting fraud, waste and abuse within HUD and its programs and operations.Learn more about this agency
As the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), we remain an independent and objective organization, conducting and supervising audits, evaluations, and investigations relating to the Department's programs and operations. We promote economy, efficiency, and effectiveness in these programs and operations as we also strive to prevent and detect fraud, abuse, and mismanagement. We are committed to keeping the HUD Secretary, Congress, and our stakeholders fully and currently informed about challenges and deficiencies and the necessity for and progress of corrective actions. We invite you to join HUD OIG, where we are guided by five shared core values of accountability, courage, respect, stewardship, and trust. These core values serve as the framework for all of our work.
The following are the duties of this position at the GS-13. If you are selected at a lower grade level, you will have the opportunity to learn to perform all these duties, and will receive training to help you grow in this position.
-Develop specific audit plans and milestones for completing the review. Plan, direct, control and coordinate all activities during assigned reviews.
-Determine objectives, organizes work, sets priorities, develops a course of action, and coordinates resource requirements. Articulate and communicate to the team the assignment, project, problem to be solved, actionable events, milestones, and/or program issues under review, and deadlines and time frames for completion.
-Perform qualitative and quantitative research in a collaborative environment for the purpose of gathering background and other information to learn the audit subject’s environment.
-Research applicable laws, directives, and regulations to gain knowledge and understanding of the program areas being audited.
-Lead the efforts of one or more auditors in research, fact-finding, interviewing, analysis, and formulation of findings and recommendations. Gather and analyze documentation to identify common findings and trends.
Occasional travel - 11 or more nights a month
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