Band 2 - Performance Audit Analyst
Permanent, Full Time
Salary Range: $65,600.24 - $90,900.08 annually plus benefits
An eligibility list may be established for future vacancies
In this position as Performance Audit Analyst you will work as part of a team to examine the efficiency, effectiveness and economy of government organizations. Using established audit methodologies and techniques, you will help to develop and build the audit plan and group’s knowledge of government programs and identification of best practices; conducting literature and document reviews; conducting performance audits by participating in interviews, taking detailed notes, using qualitative analysis techniques to analyse data and determining key themes and assisting with clearing the findings of the audit.
This role requires strong quantitative and qualitative analysis, audit or research skills gained through course work and job experience; an ability to prepare documents and reports as necessary and review them to ensure accuracy, clarity and completeness; a strong results orientation; good interpersonal and communication skills; a focus on the success of the team rather than the individual; and a keen interest in accountability issues.
• Post-graduate degree (or near completion) in a field relevant to the performance audit work of the Office (such as economics, public administration, environmental science or other area of government service delivery) plus a minimum of one year *related work experience;
• Bachelor’s degree combined with a recognized accounting designation (CPA) plus a minimum of one year *related work experience;
• Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the performance audit work of the Office (such as economics, public administration, environmental science or other area of government service delivery ) plus a minimum of three years’ of *related work experience.
*Related experience must include:
• Experience in project work with small teams, demonstrating skills involved to research and analyze data and information, analyze trends and results, and evaluate outputs and outcomes.
• Experience using a variety of research methodologies and working in program analysis, evaluation, audit and/or measurement.
• Experience documenting analysis results and developing reports.
Preference may be given to applicants with:
• Experience in public administration operations.
• Self-identify with Indigenous ancestry with the required combination of education and experience.
We offer a competitive compensation package, a flexible benefit plan, pension and excellent on-going technical, professional and personal development. All positions within the office require some travel.