We are well aware that the key factor in success is our staff. We thus dedicate special attention to professional development of our employees by enhancing expertise, promoting innovation and increasing motivation. Of benefit is also a stimulating working environment adding to relatively low staff turnover, which is also supported by the fact that two thirds of auditors have been our co-workers for more than 10 years.
We employ approximately 130 civil servants, of those two thirds of women. The average age is 45 years and the auditors have been representing somewhat three quarters of all employees for several years. The majority of auditors studied economics (two thirds) or law (one third), while other professional profiles constitute a smaller share.
In terms of education, employment conditions for the post of auditor include completed Master's education (second Bologna cycle) or former university degree. Nevertheless, more that 40 percent of auditors have higher level of qualifications than required.
The Court of Audit enables its employees professional growth and development, as well as acquisition of professional skills. Work of an auditor is intellectually highly demanding as it is necessary to simultaneously combine different knowledge and skills. This is why the auditors have the chance of further training at in-house seminars organised by the Court of Audit or to attend external courses. Furthermore, our auditors are also renowned lecturers.
The Court of Audit also organises and carries out training for obtaining the title state auditor.
New and vacant positions are listed in the public invitation published at our website and at the website of Employment Service of Slovenia.