Manager, Quality Assurance
The Office of the Auditor-General | Te Mana Arotake (the Office) is focused on significantly enhancing its influence and impact on the public sector to deliver better results for Aotearoa New Zealand. The Office is dedicated to making a difference to the lives of New Zealanders, by helping to continuously improve the public’s trust in public services and the value those services deliver.
Are you interested in improving the quality of public sector audits and the other work carried out by, or on behalf, of the Auditor-General? Are you interested in reviewing how accounting and auditing standards are applied across a range of public sector audits?
If so, the Audit Quality team of the Office of the Auditor-General is looking for a Manager, Quality Assurance, for its Wellington office. This is a permanent position but we are open to candidates wanting fixed term.
As the Manager, Quality Assurance, you will:
To be successful in the role, you should have:
You’ll be expected to work closely with other members of the Audit Quality team, as well as other staff and the Auditor-General’s appointed auditors. Some travel will be required.
What we stand for
People matter | Our independence is critical | We act with integrity and courage | We’re here to make a difference
We need a more diverse workforce that reflects contemporary New Zealand. We welcome applicants from all backgrounds. If you have any support or access requirements, we encourage you to tell us when you apply so that we can assist you through the recruitment process.
It is desirable that you are able to gain and maintain a Confidential national security clearance. Ordinarily, this means that you must be a New Zealand citizen, be a permanent resident, or hold a current residency class visa and intend to become a citizen when eligible. You must have a five-year checkable background in NZ, UK, USA, Canada, or Australia.
For more information, please contact Sandy Hoggarth on 04 917 1500 or email@example.com.
To find out more about us, see our website: www.oag.govt.nz.
You must apply online through jobs.govt.nz (you’ll find the application form and position description there, too).
Applications close Wednesday 4 March 2020.