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AUDITOR – Camp J T Robinson, Arkansas
Army National Guard Units, Department of the Army
Job ID: 582342Start Date: 03/30/2022End Date: 04/19/2022
All on-board Series GS-0511 personnel must be certified at the next higher grade-level before being eligible for grade promotion to that level; and, must have a minimum of one year on-the-job experience in the grade immediately below the next higher level. However, for a new hire applicant, apply his or her collective experiences that are commensurate or equivalent to the comptroller business with competencies of the auditor program’s principles and concepts defined by the Series GS-0511 for a specific position. SPECIALIZED EXPERIENCE:
To qualify for a GS-0511-12 position, an applicant must be eligible for entry into financial management certification career program. Candidate must have at least 36 months of financial audit and/or performance audit experiences that led to objective and systematic examinations and resulted in independent audit assessments of an organization’s structure, performance, efficiency, program, activity or function. The applicant’s experiences and competencies provided an in-depth knowledge of auditing principles and procedures. The applicant must have experiences in audit preparations, planning, conducting, and reporting with a full-range of competencies in the auditing business that successfully accomplished intended purposes; met or exceeded operational efficiency; provided accurate, reliable, timely, and useful financial audit data; or demonstrated experiences in conducting audits that involved evaluating financial management in terms of economical use of property and personnel. Other audit experiences included adherence to prescribed policies; effective control over expenditures, liabilities, revenues, and assets; proper accounting for resources and financial transactions; compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and precedent decisions; and compliance of agency accounting systems with generally accepted accounting principles and standards. An applicant’s specialized audit program experiences must include audit report preparations and oral presentations that involved significant audit findings and discovered conditions with cause and effect factors. The applicant must demonstrate experiences that involved presenting researched recommendations for remedial actions, such as addressing methods for improving the use of funds and the identification of questionable costs. The applicant must have a practical understanding of the principles and concepts of the audit business program requirements. Applicants must have auditor experiences and training that demonstrated his or her abilities to lead, train subordinates, follow directions, read, retain, and comply with instructions, regulations, policies and procedures. As a condition of continued employment in the GS-0511-12 non-supervisory position, the employee must complete the directed financial management certification within 24 months of appointment to the position. KNOWLEDGE REQUIRED: Professional, comprehensive knowledge of accounting and auditing theories, practices, techniques, and standards; thorough knowledge of fiscal law and a knowledge of the organization’s programs, functions and policies to accomplish managerial accounting and operational assignments. Technical knowledge of accounting systems and the requirements to review and advise on exceptional problems or enhancements needed. Ability to examine output products to ensure the management tools are providing the necessary feedback for management to make sound decisions. Knowledge and skills to independently plan a variety of assignments and to gather, organize, and evaluate data in complex areas and quickly separate essential from nonessential data. Also uses considerable skill in assessing the degree to which program goals are met and develops findings/reports that clearly identify operational problems and required corrective actions. Knowledge and skills to serve as the auditor responsible for providing local commands and higher echelons with detailed briefings or position papers on the adequacy and accuracy of managerial and financial accounting systems and reports within the organization.
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