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    This position is located in the CARES Act Audit Directorate in the Office of Audit (OA) of the Office of Inspector General (OIG). The incumbent is an Audit Manager responsible for supervising a staff of auditors, including GS-13 auditors-in-charge (AICs), and other lower-graded staff, and who reports to the head of the audit directorate (Director).

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    As a Supervisory Auditor, you will:

    • Manage subordinates in ensuring audits assigned conform with applicable professional standards. Prepare and review proposals for future audits. Work with the Director, develop overall audit approach, including objectives, testing methodologies, and milestone dates. Review audit plans prepared by subordinates for submission to the Director for approval. Review audit-related memoranda; attend entrance conferences, interviews, and meetings with auditee management; and conduct and/or participate in briefings with OA and auditee management to discuss issues, the status of the audits, and audit results. Review audit reports and supporting documentation prepared by subordinates for conformance with applicable professional standards, and OIG policy. Monitor implementation of corrective actions recommended in audit reports. Respond to or assign staff to respond to congressional requests and to prepare testimony for congressional hearings;
    • As a Contracting Officer's Representative (COR), perform technical contracting functions, including drafting/reviewing statements of work (SOWs), preparing cost estimates, and developing technical standards of performance. Participate in procurement technical evaluation panels with auditee representatives to evaluate bids. This includes reviewing and evaluating proposals on factors such as technical approach, qualifications of key personnel, past experience, management plan, labor effort, and price quotation. Make recommendations concerning contractors and proposals to the rest of technical evaluation team. Prepare/review contract modifications. Participate in briefings with contractors to discuss issues, the status of the audits, and audit results. Review audit plans, status reports, audit reports, audit documentation, and other deliverables prepared by contractors ensuring conformance with applicable professional standards, OIG policy, and the contract. Review and approve payment of contractor invoices;
    • Manage and oversee the work of subordinates. Provide technical and administrative supervision over subordinates. Identify training and development needs, including on-the-job training, other development activities, and continuing professional education (CPE). Monitor time and attendance, and approves leave. Using standard performance plans, conducts mid-year feedback meetings and annual performance evaluations. Resolve complaints from subordinates, referring more serious matters to the Director. Effect disciplinary actions, such as warnings and reprimands, and proposes more serious disciplinary actions, as necessary. Recommend awards and promotions for subordinates. Review applicant documentation for staff vacancies, conducts interviews, and recommends selections. Identify and implement methods for improving production and promote team building.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - 1-5 nights per month

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0511 Auditing

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