If you are looking for a rewarding career that supports work-life balance, consider joining the dedicated professionals at the Legislative Division of Post Audit, the audit arm of the Kansas Legislature. Our performance audit team informs policy makers by providing accurate, unbiased information through our audit reports.
- Assist with audit planning
- Interview agency officials and others
- Review agency records
- Sample, analyze, and test data using various software and analytical techniques
- Assemble, synthesize, and summarize qualitative and quantitative information to answer defined objectives
- Assist with writing audit reports
A bachelor’s degree in any discipline is required.
Preferred qualifications include:
- A degree in business or public administration, economics, mathematics, political science, or other relevant discipline
- A graduate degree
- Six months to two years experience in an organizational setting
- Experience in auditing or program evaluation
- A pay-for-performance environment with a defined career path
- Opportunities for professional development and continued skills training
- Opportunities for advancement
- Engaged and dedicated leadership
- Work-life balance incentives such as telecommuting, flexible schedules, and casual dress code most of the year
- Strong retirement benefits
- Comprehensive medical and dental health plans
- 10 paid holidays per year plus vacation and sick leave
- Other financial planning options such as life and disability insurance, student savings plans, and deferred compensation options
About the Organization
We help the Legislature by providing oversight of state government by evaluating whether agencies are following laws, achieving intended results, and operating efficiently. We also help legislators develop a better understanding of state government by providing insight into how agencies and programs actually work. Finally, in some cases, we provide legislators with foresight by predicting how changing current government structures and systems might affect state costs and program outcomes.