The City of New Orleans, Office of the Independent Police Monitor, continuously accepts and evaluates candidates for the position of Auditor.
The ideal candidate for this work must be able to:
- Assesses police operations for compliance with applicable laws, regulations, charter provisions, ordinances, grant provisions, contract requirements, and established policies and procedures.
- Evaluates and assesses areas of risk, determines if effective controls are in place, and suggest approaches for addressing risk.
- Develops audit plans and objectives, scope and methodologies; perform appropriate audit tests to assess performance; and test accuracy of data being audited.
- Collects data through interviews, observations, and other appropriate research methods.
- Coordinates activities with other government officials, community and business leaders and the media.
- Compiles, evaluates, analyzes and interprets data regarding the efficiency of the department in meeting established compliance standards.
- Conducts entrance and exit conferences with auditees.
- Prepares work papers, forms and reports to support conclusions and recommendations; determine adequacy of record systems and procedures; modify audit programs with approval.
- Prepares audit reports, including specific findings and recommendations.
- Communicates audit results to supervisors.
- Performs follow-up on implementation of management recommendations; assist in monitoring the implementation of external auditors’ and stakeholder recommendations.
- May assign, review, participate in and coordinate the work of subordinate staff; may orient, train and supervise subordinate staff.