Position Description: Assist in the formulation of strategic and long term plans for the department incorporating goals and objectives, coordinating their implementation and monitoring their achievement and ultimate realization.
Assist in developing long range and annual audit plans through established risk assessment and ranking methodology including suggestions for discretionary audits, time preferences, staff resource availability and problem reactive assignments
Measure, appraise and document the performance of staff members based on established departmental standards while implementing the departmental and professional standards in the conduct of audits.
Conduct the general scheduling of audit assignments and follow the progress of work plans, actual vs. planned and implement follow-up actions in accordance with the established procedure in the department.
Special Instructions: The budgeted hiring salary range for this position is the posted minimum to $21,667 monthly, with salary placement based on skills, knowledge, and experience.
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