The U.S. Army Audit Agency is Seeking Experienced Auditors

By Victoria EbySeptember 18, 2020

Looking for an Engaging Federal Career with One of The Partnership For Public Service’s Best Places To Work?

The U.S. Army Audit Agency is Seeking Experienced Auditors

Applications Accepted until 20 October 2020


How to Apply

Send your resume and transcripts (unofficial) to U.S. Army Audit Agency Recruiting email: by 20 October 2020. Include the locations you’re interested in (see hiring locations below). Further information will be provided after your qualifications and eligibility are verified.

Who We Are

The 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. The Agency has ranked in the Top 5 of the Partnership for Public Service’s “Best Places to Work” for a record 7 years.

Competitive Salary, Important Work and Exceptional Benefits

  • See salary table below
  • Impactful performance, financial and fraud audits
  • Opportunities to work and live overseas and deploy as a civilian alongside military counterparts
  • Challenging and rewarding work and a focus on professional development
  • Health & life insurance and retirement benefits
  • Sick and vacation leave
  • Telework and flexible work schedules

GS-0511-12 Auditor – Qualifications & Eligibility

Experience: your resume must describe at least one year of experience which prepared you to do the work in this job. Specialized experience is defined as: planning and conducting audits, developing audit reports. This definition of specialized experience is typical of work performed at the next lower grade/level position in the federal service (GS-11)


Degree: At least a bachelor's 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. See additional qualifications at:

2020 General Schedule Salaries At Hiring Locations (2020 Salary Rates at GS-12/Step 1)

  • Aberdeen, Maryland - $86,335
  • Detroit, Michigan - $84,244
  • Fort Belvoir, Virginia - $86,335
  • Fort Bliss, Texas - $76,721
  • Fort Bragg, North Carolina - $79,725
  • Fort Carson, Colorado - $77,931
  • Fort Eustis, Virginia - $77,091
  • Fort Lewis, Washington - $84,045
  • Fort Meade, Maryland - $86,335
  • Huntsville, Alabama - $79,301
  • Rock Island, Illinois - $77,442
  • San Antonio, Texas - $77,263
  • St. Louis, Missouri - $77,845

Applicable locations are shown on the 2020 Locality Pay Area Definitions page:


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