Position Number: AU-OIG920
Minimum Salary: Commensurate with experience
This position will report to the Deputy Inspector General and requires comprehensive knowledge of focused financial and operational audits; the ability to develop appropriate data testing techniques, review, and evaluate abstract operating conditions, compile and correlate results of audit work and present audit results effectively in both verbal and written form.
SUMMARY OF PRIMARY ACCOUNTABILITIES:
Examples of responsibilities of this position may include, but are not limited to:
- Conducts all departmental, program-related and targeted audits for the Inspector General's Office.
- Carries out an independent appraisal of the effectiveness and efficiency of CHA programs.
- Provides objective and professional evaluations of CHA operations and assists the Deputy Inspector General in developing recommendations to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of departmental operation.
- Develops information leading to the initiation of criminal and administrative investigations of CHA employees and vendors doing business with the CHA.
- Executes detailed audit plans and programs.
- Evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls.
- Performs specific audit procedures and prepares work papers documenting the audit procedures performed.
- Prepares comprehensive written reports.
- Works with investigators of the Inspector General's Office to provide investigative assistance where necessary or appropriate.
- Makes recommendations as to the departments or operations to be audited.
- Recommends changes in policies or procedures to increase efficiency of operations or to improve safeguards over CHA assets.
- Conducts special studies and projects as requested by the Deputy Inspector General.
- Provides assistance to external auditors as requested.
- Assists in the design and modification of software applications and databases to improve auditing systems and internal controls for CHA departments.
Bachelor's degree in accounting or a related field with 15 semester hours in accounting supplemented by two years of progressively responsible professional auditing experience, or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Professional certification as a public accountant or internal auditor or equivalent combination of training and experience preferred.