Want a meaningful Student Cooperative opportunity in a dynamic and diverse working environment? Are you a college student interested in developing your auditing, research, data analytics, communication, and critical thinking skills through hands-on experience – all while getting paid for it?
The U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General has such an opportunity in various locations. Our Office of Audit is looking for Student Cooperatives with strong communication skills who enjoy working with a team to improve the Postal Service’s services and operations. If interested, APPLY NOW!
We have open Student Cooperative positions open across the country, including:
- Long Beach, CA
- Carol Stream, IL
- Bethesda, MD
- Saint Charles, MO
- Dallas, TX
- Denver, CO
- Woburn, MA
- Eagan, MN
- Warrendale, PA
- Arlington, VA
Delivering more than 143 billion pieces of mail yearly to 159 million delivery points and operating 31,000 postal facilities, America’s postal system is one of the government’s most trusted entities. The United States Postal Service Office of Inspector General (OIG), an independent agency within the Postal Service, employs more than 1,000 auditors, investigators and professional support personnel stationed in more than 90 offices to meet the challenge of preserving this trust.
The OIG plays a key role in maintaining the integrity and accountability of America’s postal service, its revenue and assets, and its employees. For further information, please refer to our website at: http://www.uspsoig.gov/general/about-us
The student cooperative performs specialized duties with continuing responsibility for projects, questions, or issues that arise in the area of assignment/curriculum. Each assignment typically consists of a series of related actions or decisions prior to final completion.
- Addresses a wide variety of problems or situations common to the segment of the program or function to which the employee is assigned. Decisions or recommendations are based on the development and evaluation of information that comes from various sources.
- Identifies and studies factors or conditions and determines their interrelationships as appropriate to the defined area of work.
- Takes or recommends actions that are consistent with the objectives and requirements of the program or functions.
- Recognizes the dimensions of the problems involved, collects the necessary information, establishes the facts, and takes or recommends action based upon application or interpretation of established guidelines.
- Applies critical and innovative thinking to address and develop audit/review approaches.
- Provides applicable oral and written support for briefings and other related products.
- Adapts and interacts well in situations that involve diverse team and work dynamics.
For questions, contact Jason Dees: firstname.lastname@example.org