Auditor-General's Department (South Australia)
Type of Organisation
South Australian Government Department
The Auditor-General is the independent auditor for the South Australian public sector and is one of the largest external auditing organisations in the state.
We employee about 130 people and audit over 120 departments and agencies.
The role of the Auditor-General is to provide independent assurance to Parliament that Government activities are conducted and accounted for properly and are in accordance with the law.
The Auditor-General reports directly to Parliament on the audits and examinations of State and local government agencies covering financial reports and operations, controls and matters of public interest.
Our people are highly motivated professionals who are committed to the task of upholding proper use of public sector resources. Our supportive teams foster open communication, mutual respect, collaboration and diversity.
Our workplace flexibility allows people to balance their work and personal lives.
Locations where there are vacancies for graduates
Residency requirements for Graduates wishing to apply
Australian Citizens and Permanent Residents only
Roles available for Graduates
Degree subjects required for Graduates wishing to apply
A degree in accounting or commerce (majoring in accounting).