We are hiring within our Audit unit. View the auditor job description (PDF). To apply, email your cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled; however, applications received by September 3 will receive first consideration.
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The Office of the County Auditor operates as part of the Legislative branch of County Government pursuant to the Baltimore County Charter, Section 311.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Analyze the fiscal impact of legislation (e.g., bills, fiscal matters, resolutions) to be enacted by the County Council.
- Conduct financial audits as directed by the County Council of organizations funded in whole or in part by County funds.
- Assist the external auditor in conducting a financial audit of the County's general purpose financial statements as required by §312 of the Charter.
- Prepare reports on internal accounting control, administrative and operating practices and procedures and other pertinent financial and compliance matters.
- Conduct operational and performance audits as authorized by the County Council.
- Assist the County Council in its annual evaluation of the County Executive's proposed budget.
- Conduct special projects and investigations at the request of the County Council.
- Report on the County's economic indicators and revenue projections.
Report Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Use the whistleblower form to submit allegations of fraud, waste and abuse to the County Auditor's Office. The County's whistleblower provisions of law protect employees against reprisal for the lawful disclosure of information which the employee reasonably believes evidences:
- A violation of law which prohibits bribery, theft or embezzlement
- An unauthorized use of County funds
- A substantial and specific danger to public health or safety
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