Are you a team player who enjoys research and data analysis, and wants to improve public sector program performance?
Working in the Performance Audit business unit, you will be an integral part of a small team reporting directly to Parliament on whether the community receives value for its tax dollars.
Our Performance Audit reports cover some of the largest and most complex programs and activities of state and local government entities. As a Performance Auditor with the Office in the past 12 months you could have contributed to interesting and important topics such as:
Ideal applicants will have:
- experience researching, analysing and evaluating systems, processes and programs
- excellent verbal and written communication skills with internal and external stakeholders
- experience contributing to deadline driven project work
- understanding of evaluation principles, methods and standards.
Currently there is 1 permanent full time position and 1 fixed term 6 month contract, with the possibility of extension and/or permanency. While this selection process will initially be used to appoint to this advertised vacancy, it may also be used to appoint to similar temporary or permanent positions that may arise in the Office within the next 6 months.
How to apply
If you have the qualities and experience of our ideal applicants, as outlined above, we’d like to receive your current comprehensive CV that clearly communicates the skills and experience you will transfer into this role; and a 2 page statement that includes examples that best demonstrate your achievements – outlining your role as an ideal applicant, the challenges faced and what you did to achieve a result. Do not address the criteria in the JDF.
You must provide evidence of your essential qualifications and the names of 2 referees to gain an interview. Referees will only be contacted for recommended applicants, after interviews.
We encourage you to contact Andrew Harris on 6557 7537 for further information about this position.
The advertised vacancy closes on Monday 24 June 2019 at 12 noon.