Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S)/Audit Professional (AP-01)/Senior Audit Professional (AP-02)

Bureau du Verificatuer general du canada

Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S)/Audit Professional (AP-01)/Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) – (2023-AUD-G-OTT-EA-032) Share this job as a link in your status update on LinkedIn. Requisition 2023-AUD-G-OTT-EA-032 Job Title Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S)/Audit Professional (AP-01)/Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) Category AP-01/02 FIN Language Profile of the Position Job Type Travel 0-15% Location Job Summary Selection process number 2023-AUD-G-OTT-EA-032 Position title Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S) Audit Professional (AP-01) Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) Classification AP-FIN-0S, AP-01 and AP-02 Salary AP-FIN-0S: $58,215 to $71,265 AP-01: $72,440 to $84,220 AP-02: $85,385 to $106,090 Location Edmonton, Halifax, Montréal, Ottawa, Vancouver The incumbent will work remotely until at least April 2023 and then move to a hybrid model consisting of remote work and 37. 5 monthly hours on-site. Note that remote work must be performed in Canada.

Type of advertisement Term or Indeterminate Number of vacancies Inventory This process will be used to establish an inventory of qualified candidates to staff similar or identical positions with various language requirements and tenures (indeterminate, term, deployment, casual, acting, assignment). At the Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG), we serve Canadians with the intention of supporting their trust in our public institutions and continued excellence of our public service, one audit at a time. Do you want challenging and meaningful work in an inclusive environment where professional development meets work-life balance. Welcome home The OAG is the place you’ve been looking for.

In 2020, we were recognized as one of the top employers in the National Capital Region. What this means for you: a workplace where we strive to remove barriers related to the hiring process and accessibility, where we celebrate the diverse backgrounds and talents of our employees through open and inclusive dialogue recognition of your personal needs, both during and after work hours—for example, by offering a hybrid model of on-site and remote work starting in 2023 Tuesday afternoons without meetings for all employees flexibility in regular working hours (for example, compressed daily working hours to allow for an extra day off every 2 weeks) virtual wellness events with guest speakers and musical performances a development fund to support you if you wish to pursue academic studies and professional certifications (for example, MBA, M. Sc. , PMP, Agile, CompTIA A, and ITIL) reimbursement of annual dues from recognized professional bodies for designations such as CPA, CIA, CRM, and CHRP or CHRL, and of Canadian Bar Association fees paid time off for medical appointments, paid family leave, and paid personal leave (in addition to paid sick leave and paid vacation leave) Team recognition activities as well as individual recognition your peace of mind provided by our comprehensive benefits package, including public service pension, health, and dental plans disability benefits life insurance a confidential employee assistance program The OAG employs approximately 700 people at its head office in Ottawa and regional offices in Vancouver, Edmonton, Montréal, and Halifax.

These dedicated employees are brought together to transform Canada’s future and to serve Canada through leadership and partnerships. Specifically, we conduct independent audits and studies that provide objective information, advice, and assurance to Parliament, territorial legislatures, boards of Crown corporations, government, and Canadians. About this job As the Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S) your duties will include but will not be limited to the following: Contributing to the completion of individual sections of an assigned audit, with ongoing coaching and supervision; Collaborating and providing support to others in the course of an audit; As the Audit Professional (AP-01) your duties will include but will not be limited to the following: Contributing to, and being responsible for, the completion of individual sections of an assigned audit, with reduced coaching and supervision; Collaborating and providing support to others in the course of an audit; As the Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) your duties will include but will not be limited to the following: Leading the day-to-day management of audit projects or sections of an audit, autonomously; Providing on-the-job coaching for more junior auditors; Who can apply. Persons residing in Canada who are legally entitled to work and Canadian citizens residing abroad.

Instructions Candidates must submit: a 2-page-maximum cover letter indicating how you meet each education and experience requirement, including asset qualifications Please prepare your documents in one of the following formats: Microsoft Word, Rich Text Format (RTF), or PDF. Failure to provide the above information in the required format may result in the rejection of your application. Your application must be submitted online using our applicant tracking system. Job Requirements Bachelor’s degree from a recognized university Experience Financial Auditor (AP-FIN-0S) positions only (candidates who do not have a CPA designation yet) : The intent of this stream is to hire candidates that will soon obtain their CPA designation.

Candidates who already have a CPA designation should choose the streams AP-01 or AP-02 of this process. Successfully completed CPA Canada Common Final Examination (CFE) Pursuing Canadian Chartered Professional Accounting (CPA) designation Applies to both Audit Professional (AP-01) and Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) positions: • Recent experience in assessing, analyzing, or applying accounting or assurance standards • Recent experience in assessing or applying controls • Canadian Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) designation Audit Professional (AP-01) positions only: Recent experience in internal audit, in external financial statement audit, or in providing financial management services in the area of accounting operations Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) positions only: Minimum 2 years’ post-CPA (CA, CGA, or CMA) designation as of the date of appointment, working in internal audit, in external financial statement audit, or in providing financial management services in the area of accounting operations Assets (applicable to Audit Professional (AP-01) and Senior Audit Professional (AP-02) positions): Experience in external financial statement audit Experience working with IDEA or other data extraction or analysis software Experience working in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) or Public Sector Accounting Standards (PSAS) accounting frameworks Eligible for a Public Accounting Licence (PAL) Recent is defined as experience gained within the past 5 years. Experience means that the person’s primary responsibilities include these duties and refers to the depth, breadth, and complexity of tasks that could be expected to have been obtained by carrying out these functions. Language requirements Various linguistic profiles: English essential, French essential, bilingual imperative (BBB).

Language training is available internally to OAG employees. A bilingual imperative appointment process means that a person must meet the language requirements at the time of appointment. Click here for details about language requirements and proficiency levels for candidates. Competency models for OAG employees Throughout this selection process, you may be asked to demonstrate, using concrete examples, how you meet each of 8 key competencies for OAG employees, according to the position to be filled.

Organizational needs The OAG is committed to building a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the Canadians we serve. We encourage candidates to complete the Employment Equity section on their applications if they are a member of any of the following designated employment-equity groups: Indigenous peoples, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, and women. In support of achieving a diverse workforce, selection may first consider candidates who meet the essential qualifications of the position and self-declare as a member of any of the designated employment equity groups. Operational Requirements Willingness and ability to work overtime, as required Conditions of employment Security Clearance: Secret Click here for more details related to employee security screening when applying for a job within the federal public service.

Travel: Willingness and ability to travel on short notice. Other information The OAG is committed to providing an inclusive and barrier-free work environment, starting with the hiring process. If you need to be accommodated during any phase of the evaluation process, please use the contact information below to request specialized accommodation. All information received in relation to accommodation will be kept confidential.

Communications for this process will be sent by email, unless otherwise requested by the candidate. The applicant is responsible for ensuring that all contact information provided is accurate and updated as required. The OAG reserves the right to retain a specific number of candidates who best meet the essential qualifications of the position. Please note that the asset qualifications may be invoked at any time during the selection process, including at the screening stage.

The OAG is a separate employer of the federal public service in accordance with Schedule V of the Financial Administration Act. Indeterminate employees at the same group and level, or equivalent, may be considered for deployment first. Candidates with foreign credentials must provide proof of Canadian equivalency at the time of application. Consult the Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials for further information, at https://www.

cicic. ca/2/home. canada . Relocation assistance will be determined in accordance with the OAG’s directives.

Specific details and dates related to the candidate assessment phase of the process will be provided only to candidates who will be further considered. Contact information If you have any questions regarding the application process or require assistance in applying, please contact the Staffing team at staffing. dotationoag-bvg. gc.

ca before the closing date and time of the selection process. We thank all those who apply. Only those selected for further consideration will be contacted.


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