Analyst Student Intern (GS-04) - SPRING
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As a GAO intern, you will learn how to conduct federal audits and program evaluations and apply that knowledge as part of a team. You will assist GAO analysts in planning and conducting in-depth reviews of executive and legislative branch programs. You will collect appropriate data, analyze the data, develop data-based findings and conclusions, and present the information both orally and in writing to diverse audiences.
Specific duties are:
• Planning, prioritizing, and/or balancing own work assignments, identifying feasible work management approaches that address required activities and timelines.
• Developing, identifying, contributing to, and/or using techniques, tools, and processes that are methodologically sound and targeted to job requirements.
• Collecting relevant information that is aligned with objectives/planning decisions and meets needs.
• Conducting analyses that yield quality information aligned with needs; identifying relevant information, patterns/inconsistencies, relationships, interdependencies, and potential implication.
• Preparing quality written work that meets relevant writing and evidence standards, and that is appropriately targeted to the audience and purpose.
• Communicating relevant and accurate information during formal or informal presentations, meetings, or interviews.
• Partnering or collaborating with others to address issues or solve problems; following up with others to ensure needs are met.
• Contributing to team efforts through participation in activities/meetings, soliciting and listening to others’ opinions, and working collaboratively to accomplish team goals.
• Soliciting, listening to, and considering diverse perspectives, approaches, or viewpoints, and incorporating others’ perspectives into decision-making (when appropriate).