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This vacancy is limited to the first 75 applications received and will close at midnight on the closing date or when the numerical cut-off is reached, whichever occurs first.
This position is located in the Federal Communications Commission, Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Audit, Washington, DC.
This is a managerial position.Learn more about this agency
Relocation expenses will not be paid.
The primary function of the Audit Director is to effectuate the intent of the laws by auditing agency programs, contracts, operations, and program participants and beneficiaries for compliance with laws, regulations, and standard operating procedures. The incumbent plans, coordinates, conducts and/or directs the work of the team of auditors and other specialists, as assigned, in audit and other projects of major scope and complexity.
Establishes priorities, defines work standards, and sets deadlines, as appropriate, and resolves problems encountered in audits and other projects, and determines the need for additional resources or a change in direction. Develops and organizes standard audit programs and procedures, updating as necessary. Estimates current and future requirements for audits and other projects.
Prepares and maintains accurate working papers, documenting analyses and other audit work performed, and recording data obtained form documents. Coordinates concurrent audits and in conjunction with Office of Inspector General policies and standards, establishing guidelines and procedures on technical matters including monitoring ongoing audit work, reviewing audit working papers, and reviewing and processing final and draft reports.
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