Deputy Audit Manager
|Multiple ongoing and term (temporary) roles available|
External vacancy - open to everyone
ASO5 - $77,230 - $86,297 pa plus 9.5% superannuation
Please note: On 1 October 2018, the salary range will increase to $79,030 - $88,097 pa plus 9.5% superannuation
Central office located in Adelaide CBD.
The Auditor-General’s Department is the independent auditor of the South Australian public sector. The Department reports directly to Parliament on the audits and examinations of state and local government agencies covering financial reports and operations, controls and matters of public interest. As one of the largest external auditing organisations in South Australia, we value our independence as we go about getting the job done in improving public sector accountability.
If you join our Department you will become part of a friendly and supportive team committed to professional excellence. You will work collaboratively doing a variety of interesting and challenging work that you will find personally satisfying while building skills to advance your career.
Our extensive training and development programs include on the job training, in the classroom and online learning. These programs provide the skills to perform at your best.
Flexible working and leave arrangements are part of the way we operate. Balancing work and personal life is important and we provide a range of entitlements to meet these needs.
For more information on working with us please meet our people here.
About the role
The Deputy Audit Manager is the entry point to a leadership role within the Department. The role offers rewarding challenges working with a diverse range of clients, systems and processes.
Reporting to the Principal Audit Manager, your responsibilities will include:
- undertaking the day to day coordination and supervision of a small team of audit staff
- assisting the Principal Audit Manager to plan, conduct and report on a portfolio of financial compliance audits and reviews of internal controls in the public sector
- conducting certain agency audits and regular liaison with senior managers in public sector agencies
- reviewing working papers submitted by less experienced staff
- assisting in the planning, conducting and reporting of extended reviews of issues in the public sector
- contributing to the quality assurance of audit work.
To be successful in this role you need to have highly developed external auditing skills, good leadership and communications skills (both written and verbal) and the ability to build strong relationships with your clients and team.
For more information please see the role description attached below.
An appropriate degree which meets the eligibility criteria for entry to the professional study program of either CPA Australia (professional level) or Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (accredited tertiary entry pathway level). Working towards full membership of a professional accounting body as recognised by the Auditor-General.
- Must have Australian citizenship or Australian permanent residency status at time of applying
- The preferred candidate will be required to undergo a criminal history check
How to apply
- Read the role description. Click here to download.
- Read the guidelines for applicants. Click here to download.
- Complete the online form below and add your attachments. This must include:
- Cover letter
- Supporting statement (response to competencies outlined in section c of the role description - see 'guidelines for applicants' for details)
- Academic parchment or transcript/s
- Proof of Australian citizenship/residency (Birth Certificate if born in Australia or photo of Passport and/or visa details)
- Successful national criminal history check (if you already have one and it is less than a year old)
Ph: 08 8226 9879
Applications close 5pm Friday 12 October 2018
The Auditor-General’s Department promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time.
Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.