The Auditor General audits the finances and activities of the Western Australian public sector and local government. In undertaking this task, the Auditor General scrutinises the sectors for potential instances of wastage, inefficiency or ineffectiveness, and reports the findings to Parliament.
Reporting directly to Parliament, the Auditor General is an ally of the people and Parliament.
Independence is the cornerstone of public sector audit. The Auditor General must be free from pressure, influence or interference from any source that may erode that independence.
In the past 12 months, we completed financial audits of 187 agencies and subsidiaries that had a combined worth of over $221 billion in assets.
As a graduate financial auditor with our Office you will receive:
- intensive induction training over your first 5 weeks
- financial support, leave, tutoring and practical experience for qualified accountant status...