Summary: The Principal Investigative Auditor is a new position in the recently established independent Office of the BART Inspector General and is the highest level of the Investigative Auditor series. The position is responsible for exercising professional independent judgment in conducting a broad range of fraud, waste, or abuse investigations and performance audits of BART operations, employees, contractors, suppliers, and activities that include complex analytical work and critical assessments of testimonial, documentary, and physical evidence. The Principal Investigative Auditor plans, conducts, and reports on audits and investigations in accordance with recognized professional standards and office policies and procedures; assists in monitoring investigation caseloads; contributes to the development of administrative strategies; and informs the annual audit plan. The full job description is available at https://bit.ly/212fqUH.
Minimum Qualifications: A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public policy, public administration, accounting, finance, law, or a closely related field from an accredited college or university. Four years of full-time equivalent, verifiable professional performance auditing, public policy, or program evaluation; criminal or administrative investigation; or similar experience. Lead or supervisory experience in a public sector environment and a relevant professional certification are desired by not required. Additional relevant professional experience may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis.
Pay and Benefits: $105,333-$159,580 annually, DOQ, plus an excellent benefits package.
Application Process: Interested persons must apply online at https://www.bart.gov/about/jobs. Select the Principal Investigative Auditor position, and be sure to respond to the two supplemental questions. The application portal allows additional information, such as a cover letter and resume, to be uploaded.
To apply for this job please visit www.bart.gov.