Illustrative tasks: Conducts or participates in financial, compliance, contract, and operational audits and reviews, including forensic audits to identify potential fraud, misconduct or deviations from standardized policies and procedures. Provides forensic accounting assistance to non-audit investigations. Performs documented reviews of work papers and other documentation to ensure that results are properly supported. Records and reports the results of examination and evaluation clearly both written and verbally in accordance with established office procedures. Conducts and memorializes interviews and observations in a concise, clear, accurate, and timely manner.
The ideal candidate will have demonstrated professional expertise in conducting complex reviews, audits, and investigations; ability to examine and evaluate financial and operational programs, activities, procedural directives, and records; strong observation skills and critical thinking capabilities with reasoned and sound professional judgment; and considerable written and oral communication skills that include the ability to effectively and objectively prepare for and conduct interviews with vendors, management, elected officials, and employees in a high stress environment.
Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university is required; major course work in accounting and some course work in basic management principles is highly preferred. Professional certification as Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), and/or Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA) is highly preferred. Professional certification as Certified Inspector General Auditor (CIGA), and/or Certified Inspector General Investigator (CIGI) is desirable.
Relevant experience (1) with a federal, state, or local law enforcement or investigative agency or (2) in governmental operational and managerial functions, auditing, construction, or contract administration is required. Experience investigating fraud or public corruption is highly preferred. Significant experience in the referenced areas may substitute for the education requirement. Excellent computer skills, including with word processing applications, Excel, open sources, and other public records databases is necessary.
HOW TO APPLY:
To apply please forward your resume and a cover letter summarizing your accomplishments in the areas described above to InspectorGeneral@broward.org with the subject line, “OIG Senior Auditor Application" on or by January 5, 2024. The salary range for an OIG Senior Auditor is $83,575 to $133,721. Please include any required minimum salary.
Salary will be commensurate with education and experience. If you are interested in applying for an open position, please email us, following the instructions above.
We offer challenging and rewarding work, a team environment, and competitive benefits including substantial employer contributions to health insurance and savings, paid annual leave and sick leave, life insurance, and participation in the Florida Retirement System. See www.broward.org/Benefits for more information about our benefits. We also give the options to work 10 hours a day, four days per week and to work remotely once per week. We are located in Plantation, in central Broward County.
Receipt will be confirmed via e-mail only. No telephone inquiries, please. The earliest review will occur approximately 14 days from the initial posting. Please be aware that resumes and related information may be subject to public disclosure in accordance with Florida public records laws. As a condition of employment, selected candidates must pass an extensive background investigation. The Broward Office of the Inspector General is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Veteran's preference will be granted to eligible veterans, spouses of veterans and other veteran's preference eligible persons in accordance with Florida law. To be considered for veteran's preference, you must submit a copy of your DD214 (member copy #4) or an equivalent document which serves as a certificate of release or discharge and/or other supporting documentation as required by the Florida Administrative Code depending upon the category under which preference is being claimed. Documents submitted for previous applications will not carry over. Documentation must be received PRIOR TO THE ANNOUNCEMENT CLOSING DATE. "