The North Carolina Office of the State Auditor is looking for an Investigative Audit Manager to oversee the audit of allegations of fraud, waste, or abuse of taxpayer funds.
This is a full-time position (40 hours per week) with State Benefitsincluding:
- Work-Life Balance:
- 40-hour work week with flexible schedule options and the ability to earn compensatory time off
- Generous paid time off each year, including:
- 12 paid holidays per year
- 1 paid personal observance leave day
- At least 14 vacation days accrued per year (increase with years of service)
- 12 paid sick days accrued per year
- 24 hours paid community service leave
- Flexibility to work remotely as business needs allow and a downtown Raleigh office building for in-office days
- Competitive pay and affordable health insurance options
- Enrollment in the state’s pension plan and options for additional supplemental savings.
- An opportunity to work with a team of professionals to make a difference in state governement
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As part of our team, you will get to:
- Plan several investigations under the supervision of an investigative audit director
- Manage investigative audits of alleged fraud, waste, and abuse of taxpayer funds involving state and local governments and state-funded nonprofit organizations
- Conduct investigative audits in compliance with professional standards, internal policies and procedures, and investigative audit best practices
- Assist the investigative audit staff with their development
- Learn more about state and federal agencies, statutes, rules, regulations, and policies