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This position is located within the Office of Audit within the Environmental protection Agency, Office of Inspector General.
The incumbent must be well versed in a wide range of administrative laws, rules, and processes to plan, develop, analyze, and coordinate various OIG-wide administrative operational and advisory services.
As such the incumbent will be responsible for:
- Prepares/edits briefings, presentations, reports, slides, forms and correspondence as requested, for the Office of Audit and directorates using Microsoft Office (i.e., Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).
- Identifies existing or potential problem in the administration of the office and recommends corrective action or preventive measures.
- Serves as the administrative business process point of contact for the staff regarding the specialized area or program.
- Advises the AIG on Human Resources issues and requirements including: recruiting, staffing, promotions, transfers and training. Prepares and directs the processing of the full range of personnel actions.
- Manages procurements for the Office of Audit to include purchase card transactions. Researches requirements, acquires estimates as necessary, prepares and processes paperwork, records commitments, tracks status of requests and monitors receipt of goods or services and expenditures.
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