The Audit Services team within the Office monitors external audit activity citywide including audits by the City Comptroller, the New York State Comptroller and federal entities. These audit oversight activities include tracking the status and progress of external audits; working with agencies and auditors to resolve conflicts; offering guidance with respect to identifying and interpreting applicable directives and standards; and assessing the completion of corrective action plans in connection with audit findings and recommendations. The Mayor’s Office of Operations is recruiting for one (1) Management Auditor Level II to function as an Audits Analyst for the Citywide Audit Services Team. Reporting to the Associate Director for Audits, the Analyst’s duties include the analysis of agency internal controls in a variety of financial and programmatic areas. This position requires extensive dealings with established agency audit liaisons, including multiple meetings with mid- and senior-level staff, in addition to auditors and their supervisors/managers as it relates to initiating and/or closing audit engagements.
*Please note, this position must be filled by someone permanent in the Management Auditor Civil Service title, or by a candidate who has taken the exam, and is reachable on the forthcoming list for the title. City employees, please log onto ESS and search Job ID# 511501.
The Central Insurance Program (CIP) team seeks a Senior Analyst. CIP administers an insurance policy for NYC agencies and their community-based contracts who do not have their own insurance policies that meet City requirements. The team ensures that all contracted providers are afforded workers' compensation, disability, and general liability insurance coverages at an affordable cost.
The Performance Management and Reporting Team (PMR) seeks an Assistant Director. PMR monitors, reports, and analyzes the performance of City agencies. The Team provides guidance to agencies and staff on performance reporting and performance management, with a focus on improving public access and use of performance data.
The Scorecard program seeks a Rater. The Scorecard program rates the cleanliness of New York City's streets and sidewalks based on regular assessments conducted by a team service inspectors employed by the Mayor's Office. For the past 35 years, inspectors have rated a randomly chosen set of blocks throughout the five boroughs to develop monthly cleanliness ratings for all of the City's 59 community board districts. Besides providing a regular "scorecard" for the citizens of New York City and their representatives; this information is used by the Department of Sanitation to target its street and sidewalk cleanliness resources to focus on the neediest sections of the city.