Job Number: 
IA-22-157-11573936-JD
Grade: 
GS-11/12/13
Location: 
Many Locations
Closing Date: 
Monday, August 29, 2022
Brief Description: 

The USPS OIG is seeking qualified applicants to fill our Auditor positions for multiple audit teams including Network Processing and Transportation. Internal Employees: Click To Apply Today!This announcement provides the opportunity for a reassignment/promotion to the position of Auditor in the Office of Audit, Network Processing & Transportation teams located in Arlington, Virginia, Denver, Colorado, Long Beach, California, Warrendale, Pennsylvania, and Woburn, Massachusetts. Bring your skills and voice to our team! The employee participates in and makes contributions to management decisions in assigned program areas. Applies either U.S. Postal Service mail processing or logistics knowledge and experience to address substantive technical issues or problems characterized by complex, controversial, and/or sensitive matters that contain several inter-related issues.

  • Serves as a technical expert for matters concerning Postal Service mail processing or logistics operations. Overall responsibilities include performing research, data analysis, and teaching about Postal Service operations. Participates on multiple audit projects and programs simultaneously.
  • Reviews and interprets Postal Service documents, policies, and standard operating procedures, and assists auditors with understanding and presenting the information to internal and external stakeholders.
  • Extracts and analyzes data from Postal Service data systems and interprets the data to assist auditors in preparing for the various phases of an audit. Leads data collection efforts, ensuring that evidence collected is reliable, sufficient, relevant, and properly documented.
  • Provides expert advice to other auditors on the interpretation of Postal Service mail processing or logistics operations and their application to the audit program.
  • Uses critical thinking and applied logic to discern meaning of evidence collected on Postal Service mail processing or logistics, and effectively communicate the findings to internal and external stakeholders.