Audit Project Manager

Texas Department of Housing & Communty Affairs

GENERAL DESCRIPTION:

Performs highly advanced (senior-level) and large scale auditing work within the Internal Audit Division and reports directly to the Director of Internal Audit. Work involves planning, conducting, scheduling, coordinating, reviewing, reporting results and or supervising audits. Provides guidance in governmental auditing. May plan and assign work. Audit work shall conform to the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing and the Code of Ethics prescribed by the Institute of Internal Auditors and with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards. Work involves examining, investigating and reviewing records, reports, financial statements and management practice to ensure legal compliance with state statutes and internal regulations, and conducting audits for program economy, efficiency and effectiveness. May supervise, train and coordinate the work of less experienced auditors. Words under limited supervision with considerable latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment. Works under minimal supervision and may coordinate assignments and audit activities. Writes audit scope and objectives, analyzes internal control and looks at internal control and records for reliability, accuracy, efficiency and compliance with legal regulations. May function as a consultant on advanced audits and/or management on special projects. Prepares audit reports, programs, objectives and outlines. Prepares draft reports, reviews with clients, and final reports. Works in a team environment. Recommends changes in business practices, information systems and accounting management. Coordinates management responses for external audits, assists with annual audit plan. Acts as department liaison as needed, may provide technical assistance, budget assistance or gain expert advice as needed. As required, assists Director of Internal Audit in administrative duties. May represent the Department in meetings requiring technical or professional audit expertise. May assist in preparing and submitting operating and financial budgets. May assist in recruiting and interviewing audit staff. May supervise the accumulation of evidence in legal cases and/or perform special investigations. Performs related work as assigned.

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Posted: December 02, 2019