Senior Auditor/Analyst

Location
Washington D.C.
Salary
Grade 14: $95,791 to $123,403
Posted
Mar 13, 2017
Closes
Apr 17, 2017
Ref
DCA-01-17
Function
Analyst, Research
Hours
Full Time

The Office of the District of Columbia Auditor (ODCA) seeks a Senior Auditor/Analyst to manage comprehensive audits of District of Columbia operations. The incumbent assists junior staff members with research, report writing, analyzing data, and records review. The incumbent advises management on project plans and schedules, and makes recommendations to remedy issues identified in audits to promote and ensure compliance, efficiency, and accountability. The incumbent will:

  • Plan and conduct comprehensive reviews of District government policies and programs. Includes defining objectives and scope; and developing strategies to monitor, assess, and report on government operations;
  • Lead a team to obtain sufficient, reliable evidence through inspection, observation, inquiries, and confirmation to provide a strong basis for findings regarding the agency, policy or program under examination; and
  • Lead and participate in planning, developing, and presenting written reports and oral briefings that cover the findings, their cause and effect, status, and recommendations to improve operations.

We believe in a work-life balance and offer a workplace where dedicated professionals interested in public service work from within to enable every District agency to operate at an efficient, effective, and productive level.

Educational Requirements: The incumbent of this position will possess at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Political Science, Accounting, Business Administration, Public Administration, Economics, Statistics, or another field relevant to the work of the District of Columbia Auditor.

General Experience: The Senior Auditor/Analyst position will have the following required experience and skills: (1) more than 8 years of relevant experience in public policy, government accounting, accounting, auditing, program evaluation/analysis, or risk assessment; or an equivalent combination of professional experience and education; (2) demonstrated ability to lead multidisciplinary teams in developing audit plans, conducting highly complex reviews, and writing reports to substantiate findings; (3) demonstrated interpersonal skills including the ability to interview, negotiate with, and brief senior officials; and (4) the ability to apply new developments in audit and/or analytical concepts and techniques to changing programs to increase efficiency and effectiveness in identifying problems, gathering information, and writing reports.  The successful incumbent for the Senior Auditor/Analyst position will have additional preferred skills and experience. 

View the full announcement for details and to learn how to apply.  

Note: ODCA does not perform tax audits.