U.S. General Services Administration - Office of Inspector General
Job Posting Date
July 3, 2014
July 17, 2014
The incumbents of the positions will work as team members to audit and evaluate GSA operations, systems, work processes, and/or financial activities at GSA Central Office and regional locations. The focus of the work will be to review possible problem areas that may cross agency lines of service and may also affect GSA policy and guidance.
Participates in high priority, highly visible tasks, and activities associated with audits and reviews requested by high level GSA and OIG officials. These reviews address a wide variety of legal, administrative and policy matters that may be precedent-setting. The work is directly related to the mission of the OIG to prevent and detect fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement.
Applicants should have avid interest in working in a team environment with diverse individuals, developing innovative solutions to problems, and improving Federal Government programs and operations.
This position requires strong comprehension skills, including written and oral communications.
Current noncompetitive eligibility.
Note: Applicants MUST satisfy the basic education requirement for this position and submit a transcript to be considered for this vacancy. Click link for more information on basic education requirement. http://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/0500/auditing-series-0511/
GS-0511-07 - One year of specialized experience, examples include participating in internal/external audits or inspections by reviewing, compiling and organizing data; contributing to the development, organization and creation of reports based on findings, and assisting in conducting interviews to identify areas of concern through an understanding of government rules, regulations, policies, and instructions. To qualify for the GS-0511-07 based on education, an applicant must satisfy the basic educational requirement and have at least one year of graduate-level education or superior academic achievement that was achieved through a qualifying Bachelor’s degree.
GS-0511-09 - One year of specialized experience, examples include using professional auditing skills and evaluative techniques to perform audits that identify, evaluate, and resolve through a knowledge of professional governmental auditing standards, accounting; auditing an agency or organization’s internal control systems using audit methodologies and techniques; and presenting review results to management. To qualify for the GS-0511-09 based on education, an applicant must satisfy the basic educational requirement and have at least 2 years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a master's degree or master's or equivalent graduate degree.
GS-0511-11 - One year of specialized experience, examples include independently performing a variety of audit assignments, evaluating and modifying standard audit program steps to align with the risk assessment, examining internal controls, and applying a professional knowledge of the theories, practices, methods, and techniques of accounting and/or auditing to perform audits. To qualify for the GS-0511-11 based on education, an applicant must satisfy the basic educational requirement and have at least 3 years of progressively higher level graduate education leading to a Ph.D. degree or equivalent doctoral degree.
GS-0511-12 - One year of specialized experience, examples include independently performing a variety of audit assignments, experience in conducting audits in a federal agency or similar organization; composing and drafting summaries of audit findings; and using a professional knowledge of audit methodologies and techniques to assist in complex audits while working as a team member. There is no additional educational substitution.
GS-0511-13 - Examples of this experience include, but are not limited to, assisting other audit staff members in evaluating GSA’s regional or national operating programs, systems, work processes, acquisitions, and financial or contract admin functions.
This job is available to applicants with active non-competitive eligibility (NCE) status. NCE is a special federal hiring status applicable for certain federal jobs. For more information on NCE, visit www.peacecorps.gov/nce.
$34,319 - $72,391
The GSA OIG is advertising Auditor positions within the OIG Office of Audits for various locations throughout the United States.
Additional Application Materials:
For more information and to apply, email your resume, cover letter, transcripts, and NCE documentation to Dwayne Gleaton@gsaig.gov with the subject line: "Peace Corps Volunteer Employment Consideration for Auditor."
Resumes must be received by midnight on Thursday, July 17, 2014
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