To support true career progression, we encourage professional development.
We value innovators and creative thinking. We are always looking for new ideas on how to make our audits more relevant for the people we serve.
Our auditors have an opportunity to work on a wide array of audits of state and local entities, and institutions of higher education. As they develop their skills and gain experience, they will be given the opportunity to add specialized knowledge in financial, accountability, and performance auditing. They may move into handling special investigations such as fraud investigations and Citizen Hotline referrals.
How do I get there?
We work with each staff member to design professional development plans that help ensure their knowledge and skills advance in line with their aspirations. Because the work we do is unique, we provide about 40 hours of in-house training annually. We want to make sure each auditor receives the training, mentoring and coaching necessary to help them quickly gain skills in the intricacies of government auditing.