Looking for an Internship and Federal Career with One of The Partnership For Public Service’s Best Places To Work?The U.S. Army Audit Agency is Seeking Student InternsApplications Accepted 29 September - 20 October 2020How to ApplySend your resume and unofficial transcripts to U.S. Army Audit Agency Recruiting email: firstname.lastname@example.org during the open period of 29 September - 20 October 2020. Include the locations you’re interested in (see hiring locations below).Who We AreThe U.S. Army Audit Agency provides independent internal auditing services for America’s Army. Our work helps senior leaders improve and shape the future of the Army. Through these internal auditing services, the Agency identifies risks and provides solutions to benefit Soldiers, Civilians, and Families.Competitive Salary and Exceptional BenefitsPaid internship – see salary table belowPart-time schedules available for studentsHealth & life insurance and retirement benefitsSick and vacation leaveTelework and flexible work schedulesChallenging and rewarding work and a focus on professional developmentEligibility & Qualifications GS-0599-04 (Student Intern)Eligible students must be currently enrolled on at least on a part-time basis and pursuing a qualifying degree in accounting, business administration, finance, or public administration that includes 24 semester hours in accounting. The 24 hours may include up to 6 hours of credit in business law.Students should be scheduled to graduate no earlier than Spring 2022Must be a U.S. CitizenConversion InformationInternships are designed to provide students with opportunities to work and explore Federal careers while still in school and receiving a salary. Student interns work part-time or full-time schedules depending on school commitments and take periods of leave without pay when they are attending school full-time and unable to work. They may participate in temporary duty travel when it doesn’t interfere with their school schedule. Student interns serve a trial period (equivalent to probation) for the duration of their internship. Once the requirements of the program are met, students may be converted to a competitive service appointment.Program conversion requirementsUpon successful completion of the program, students are eligible for noncompetitive conversion to a permanent Auditor position within 120-days of successful completion of their academic program with noncompetitive yearly promotion potential to the GS-12 grade level. To be eligible for conversion, interns must:Complete their degree or certificate requirements.Meet the qualification standards for the position to which the intern will be converted.Meet agency-specific requirements as specified in the Participant’s Agreement.Perform their job successfully.Meet Agency requirements: (1) Annual travel up to 30% upon conversion to a permanent, full-time position; (2) Must be able to obtain and maintain a Secret Security Clearance upon conversionThe grade level to which an intern converts is dependent upon the degree obtained and/or grade point average:GS-05: Bachelor’s degreeGS-07: Bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higherGS-09: Master’s degree. 2020 General Schedule Salaries At Hiring Locations (Annual Rates by Grade and Step 1; Starting: GS-04 Salary to Journeyman: GS-12 Salary)Aberdeen, Maryland - $35,119 to $86,335Detroit, Michigan - $34,268 to $84,244Fort Belvoir, Virginia - $35,119 to $86,335Fort Bliss, Texas - $31,208 to $76,721Fort Bragg, North Carolina - $32,430 to $79,725Fort Carson, Colorado - $31,700 to $77,931Fort Eustis, Virginia - $31,359 to $77,091Fort Lewis, Washington - $34,187 to $84,045Fort Meade, Maryland - $35,119 to $86,335Huntsville, Alabama - $32,258 to $79,301Rock Island, Illinois - $31,501 to $77,442San Antonio, Texas - $31,429 to $77,263St. Louis, Missouri - $31,665 to $77,845Applicable locations are shown on the 2020 Locality Pay Area Definitions page: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/pay-leave/salaries-wages/2020/general-schedule/_______________________________________________________________Equal Employment Opportunity Policy. The United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor. Reasonable Accommodation Policy. Federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process should contact the hiring agency directly.