Description of Duties:
The Office of the District of Columbia Auditor (ODCA) seeks a highly qualified Auditor/Analyst. ODCA auditors and analysts review the operations of the District government based on risk assessments and the priorities of the legislature and make recommendations to improve government performance. Our auditors and analysts are independent thinkers dedicated to improving the economy, efficiency, and accountability of the District government. The incumbent performs research; reviews financial and program records; conducts interviews; analyzes data; writes reports; and briefs supervisors and management. Incumbents help management develop project plans and schedules; and ensure that ODCA’s projects conform to quality assurance standards and internal ODCA policies.
To review the primary duties and experience qualifications for each position, Auditor DCA-04-18 and Analyst DCA-05-18, see the full vacancy announcement posted online http://dcauditor.org/employment-opportunities.
Incumbents of this position will be required to complete work assignments within required timeframes and has regular contact with officials from other District government agencies. Work primarily is performed in an office setting, although approximately 50 percent of the incumbent’s time may be spent off-site. Due to the delicate and confidential nature of audit work involved, incumbent exercises extreme discretion in discussing information concerning audits handled by the Office of the District of Columbia Auditor.
The CS 12/13 positions have promotion potential to more senior levels upon demonstrating increasing levels of responsibility after one year in-grade at the lower level position noted briefly as follows:
CS 12 to CS 13 - Conduct complex audits; lead an audit team; and review and approve work papers by junior staff with minimal supervision.
CS 13 – In addition to the CS-12 responsibilities above, design and conduct survey/risk assessments; lead entrance, close-out, and exit meetings; and conduct in-house briefings. For promotion from a CS 13 position, the incumbent must apply/compete for a CS-14 or management position.
Education Requirements: The incumbents of these positions will possess at least a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Political Science, Public Policy, Public Administration, Accounting, Business Administration or another field relevant to the work of the District of Columbia Auditor.
The Office of the District of Columbia Auditor does not audit taxes.
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