Depending on experience: With Bachelor's degree $60,000-$63,000 With Master's degree $63,000-$66,000 With CPA $66,000-$69,000
What You'll Do:
Conduct performance audits and follow up on previously issued performance audit reports of State agencies and programs.
Gather information and help identify areas of inquiry, perform audit procedures to obtain evidence, and prepare well-documented work papers to support audit findings and recommendations.
Draft audit findings and appropriate recommendations for improvement that meet Auditor General standard for clarity and completeness.
Verbally communicate the results of your work with Auditor General and State agency management.
Occasionally travel out of town to conduct audits.
What You'll Need:
Bachelor’s degree in the social sciences or humanities AND at least 1 year of experience in performance auditing, financial or internal auditing, program evaluation, management or policy analysis, or related experience, OR
Master’s degree in the social sciences or humanities.
Strong interest in public service and improving State government.
Strong analytical, research, critical thinking, time management, and verbal and written communication skills.