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Open to current on board Title 5 employees of USPFO
LOCATION: USPFO-IR, JOHNSTON, IOWA
As a MANAGEMENT ANALYST, GS-0511-9, you will perform the following duties:
1. Reviews organizational information (i.e., TDA organization and function manual), previous audit and inspection reports, applicable Department of Army (DA) or United States Air Force (USAF) regulations, and activity mission statements to identify tentative sub-objectives or "firm" objectives based on the role of the audit assignment. Performs management studies of organization's auditable entity to identify potential problems such as reviewing operating procedures and management practices of the activity. Prepares audit lead sheets to identify potential weaknesses in internal controls. Conducts troubleshooting and management studies to ascertain the need for changes in existing management systems or methods of operation such as work processes, functional responsibility, operating techniques, organizational structure and other factors effecting the efficient and economical use of available resources.
2. Participates in providing management consulting services on all aspects of improving management operations for the state. Assignments involve several specialized areas of management such as organizational analysis, work methods and standards, procedure analysis, and management statistics. Provides liaison assistance, as required, to external audit organizations with responsibility for coordinating their activities with the IR Office. Performs follow-up assignments on agreed upon audit findings, recommendations, and monetary benefits made during previous audits engagements. Reports to the Adjutant General and USP&FO on the status of corrective actions taken by functional activities.
3. Accomplishes management studies by applying professional best business practices and basic audit techniques to gather, document, and summarize data. Prepares working papers and files to document management studies. Prepares management studies which present findings identifying causative situations and recommending corrective action. Conducts or participates in the discussion of findings with activity personnel. Makes necessary adjustments based on this discussion.
4. Performs other duties as assigned. T5199
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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