The auditor conducts engagement planning. The auditor conducts a preliminary analysis related to the engagement topic; the results impact the engagement plan. The auditor develops a comprehensive listing of applicable laws, policies, and regulations; determines the objectives, scope, methodology, resources, milestones, timeframes, and critical path for the engagement, which could involve multiple individuals; incorporates the use of appropriate analytical techniques; plans for the analysis of internal controls and of fraud, waste, abuse, and mismanagement as applicable; plans the coordination of activities with representatives of the Library and others as appropriate; and plans for benchmarking as appropriate.The auditor conducts fieldwork. The auditor gathers evidence that is sufficient and appropriate to fully address engagement objectives and to support findings and conclusions; the auditor informs the supervisor promptly of potentially controversial findings, issues, or problems with widespread impact. The auditor has a comprehensive knowledge of programs, functions, and/or operations at the Library of Congress. The auditor also has a comprehensive knowledge of relevant laws, policies, and regulations. The auditor exercises excellent judgment in determining compliance, or the extent of compliance, with such laws, policies, and regulations, which may not be completely applicable and/or have gaps in specificity. The auditor performs analytical techniques effectively; the auditor has expert knowledge of performing data analysis, document analysis, interviews, and inspections of physical evidence.The auditor performs oral communication assignments that include, but are not limited to, conducting interviews, leading meetings, and making presentations. The auditor performs written communication assignments that include, but are not limited to, writing documents that outline work performed, findings, and conclusions. The auditor completes accurate and grammatically correct oral and written communication assignments that require limited corrections, are comprehensive and objective, are well organized, and flow in a smooth and logical order.The auditor develops and maintains specialized expertise in subject areas and programs relevant to the Library of Congress on an on-going basis; the auditor seeks training, the assistance of experts, certifications and/or advanced degrees, etc. as needed. The auditor demonstrates subject matter expertise in completing work, such as by answering questions asked by other engagement team members, the supervisor, and OIG management in a timely, constructive, and accurate manner.The auditor interacts with others utilizing standard professional practices as outlined by the supervisor. The auditor performs duties requested, responds expeditiously to detailed feedback from OIG management and colleagues, and offers potential solutions.
Applicants must have had progressively responsible experience and training sufficient in scope and quality to furnish them with an acceptable level of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties of the position without more than normal supervision.Ability to communicate in writing.**Ability to plan and conduct audits and other projects.**Ability to solve problems and make decisions.**Knowledge of government and other auditing standards.Ability to present information orally.Ability to interact collaboratively with others. No additional requirements to those listed above.
Although it is the Library's policy to afford the maximum pay benefit to employees when setting rates of pay, a new appointee who has had no previous Federal service will generally be paid the minimum step of the grade.The Library of Congress is an equal opportunity employer. All who meet the eligibility requirements are encouraged to apply. Applicants must submit a complete application package that is received by the closing date of this announcement.This agency provides reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please [email protected] The decision on granting reasonable accommodation will be determined on a case-by-case basis.Applicants with disabilities may be considered under special hiring procedures and must submit an appropriate certificate of eligibility when applying for this position. The certificate of disability must verify that the applicant has a severe disability and may be issued by a State Vocational Rehabilitation Office, a Disability Services or Career Services Office of the applicant's college or university, or the Department of Veterans Affairs. The date of certification must be within three (3) years of the vacancy closing date and must be submitted with your application. For more information contact the Library's Office of Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Programs at 202-707-3960 or email [email protected] FAILURE TO SUBMIT YOUR CERTIFICATION WILL CAUSE YOUR APPLICATION TO NOT BE CONSIDERED UNDER THE SELECTIVE PLACEMENT PROGRAM. The Library of Congress is the national library of the United States and is part of the Legislative Branch of the Federal government. As such, all positions are in the excepted service.Appointment/retention is subject to a favorable evaluation of an appropriate personnel security/suitability investigation.The Library reserves the right to fill a lesser or greater number of vacancies indicated during the life of this vacancy announcement.Initial appointments, permanent or indefinite, to the Library of Congress require completion of a one-year probationary period. A “Not to Exceed“ (NTE) status is used to identify an appointment with a specific ending date. However, the Library has the right to separate a NTE employee at any time due to either performance issues or budget constraints.Are you a veteran? Please indicate the type of veterans' preference you are claiming in your application materials and/or applicant profile and provide the appropriate supporting documentation to validate your claim. Those applying for 5-point preference must submit Member Copy 4 of your DD 214. Those applying for 10-point preference must fill out an SF-15 (click here for the form) and provide the required documentation listed on the back of the form. If required supporting documentation is not attached, Veterans' Preference will not be considered in the application process.For more information regarding eligibility requirements, please see the Library of Congress Merit Selection Plan, Section X.D, at: http://www.loc.gov/hr/employment/msp010909.pdf.
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