Employment Opportunities

The Office of the Auditor-General serves as an independent source of impartial information concerning state and local government entities and provides specific  recommendations to improve the operations of those entities, it is fact-based information that Parliament needs to fulfill one of its most important roles holding the Namibian government accountable for its stewardship of public funds.

Our Training Programmes

The Office of the Auditor-General Namibia's annual training programmes includes: Trainees are subjected to a 2 year in-service/ on the job-training which includes a robust and intense Internal Functional Training & Course (IFTC) & that requires a pass rate of 70% before the Auditor can be conferred with the powers to execute the duties & responsibilities of the Auditor-General on his/her behalf.

  • Compulsory training course for Assistant Auditors in Government budgeting, accounting, audit methodology, etc.
  • The examination pass mark is 70%
  • Basic performance training
  • Advance/refresher courses in financial and performance audits
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The Office of the Auditor-General welcomes internship at its office. In the event that the intern is a student, his/her internship with the Office will provide practical experience that will complement the theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom.

The Office of the Auditor-General aims to provide interns with first-hand experience in the field of intern, as well as groom them in a professional work environment. Equipping them with actual work skills, ethics and values that can be transcended into their future professional careers.

Interns from Auditing to Human Resource fields have walked through our doors over the past years.  Individuals that complete their intern period with the OAG are successfully absorbed into the public or private sector. The Office has also fully recruited interns once a job opening exists.


Interns are selected when a need for them arise at the OAG. 

All applications and required documents should be dropped off at the Office of the Auditor-General head office.

Required Documents:

  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Certified educational qualifications
  • Namibian Identity Document (ID/Passport)
  • Approval letter from the tertiary institution
  • Cover letter indicating which field you wish to intern