Program Audit Support Analyst

CBAIA is seeking a Program Audit Support Analyst to provide FIAR support to the Marine Corps Logistics Command in Albany, GA.
+ Perform Inventory Management audit/inspections.
+ Evaluate processes and compliance with material management regulation.
+ Ensure requisitions to replenish stocks, obtain substitutes, and acquire new products are in accordance with established orders/procedures.
+ Evaluate causative research on inventory discrepancies and stock denials for approved LBI?s and GBI?s.
+ Conduct statistical inventory sampling on line items held in stock. (?book to floor?, ?floor to book?)
+ Conduct statistical sampling of location reconciliations noting any discrepancies recommending corrective action.
+ Conduct reviews of inventory management/control for storage and distribution support associated with a Marine Corps wholesale distribution operation.
+ Review local operating procedures based on supplements, regulations, and manuals of higher echelons in the area of supply quality assurance.
+ Review documentation for accuracy and quality.
+ Apply various methods and techniques for investigating, analyzing and effecting corrective action on supply management problems using a thorough knowledge of quality characteristics, measurement and testing techniques and skill in developing corrective action plan.
+ Assist in developing corrective measures and procedures for assigned quality assurance programs.
+ Audit proof of delivery documentation to assure accuracy and completeness (e.g. DD250, DD1348, DD1149, GBL, etc.).
+ Inspect multiple functional areas within supply ensuring goods and services are conforming to established procedures/policies.
+ High School Diploma or Equivalent.
+ Minimum of 2-year experience providing analytical support for at least one contract of a similar nature to this requirement.
+ Knowledge of government financial reporting functions and accounting procedure
+ General audit experience, including one year of government audit experience.
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