Senior Corporate Internal Auditor
We are looking to add a new Senior Corporate Internal Auditor to their Internal Audit team. Under the general supervision of the Corporate Audit Manager, the Senior Corporate Internal Auditor will be responsible for participating in and conducting a variety of operational audits and projects, with an emphasis on shared services, compliance, spend, and fraud detection. Additionally, the Senior Corporate Internal Auditor will assist with developing and enhancing the data analytics function and capabilities within Internal Audit to monitor and report on several high risk areas.
The ideal candidate is eager to learn, enjoys improving processes, and doesn't mind putting on a detective hat occasionally. The Internal Audit department is a collaborative team where opinions are valued and new ideas are always encouraged. Audit programs are never a final product, so we rely on our team to continuously improve our procedures. This is a great opportunity for a candidate in internal audit, public accounting, or consulting who has strong data analytical skills and is looking make a difference at an organization.
People or Process Management Responsibility: n/a
Position Responsibilities may include, but not limited to:
Assist the Audit Manager in risk assessment, audit planning, and audit program development.
Lead and execute financial, operational, and compliance audits for corporate functions and/or centralized departments to ensure processes and controls are adequately designed and operating effectively, with a special focus on controls to prevent and detect fraud or misstatement.
Work closely with each business unit' s Shared Service Centers, IT, and Business Intelligence departments to leverage knowledge, technology, data, and/or resources to continue to develop and enhance the data analytics function and continuous monitoring capabilities within Internal Audit.
Utilize data analytics to develop and perform testing over key fraud controls, compliance with policy/procedures, and other topics as identified.
Evaluate policies and procedures and propose changes as needed.
Create work papers to document the data analytics approach, summarize the audit testing results, and draw appropriate conclusions.
Document and discuss trends and audit findings with process owners and various levels of management.
Monitor and validate the remediation status of audit findings.
Assist the Field Audit team in identifying and developing more efficient testing methods at the business units, using data and reporting.
Manage multiple time-sensitive, high-risk projects while meeting prescribed deadlines.
Other duties as assigned.
Preferred Skills and Experience:
CPA, CIA, CISA, and/or CFE certification
Fraud prevention/detection experience or training
Required Skills and Experience:
Bachelor' s Degree in Accounting or Finance
Minimum of 3+ years professional work experience in internal audit, public accounting, or consulting
Strong skills developing new and improving existing data analytics to support continuous monitoring and auditing projects.
Experience using data analysis tools, reporting software, and data extraction tools (Tableau, IDEA, ACL, Cognos, SQL, etc.)
Knowledge of statistics and experience performing trend analysis
Excellent communication, presentation, and writing skills
Strong problem solving skills and attention to detail
Ability to multi-task between many different projects
Proficient in Microsoft Office, with a strong background in Microsoft Excel
Willingness to travel 10-15% annually
This position must pass a post-offer background and drug test.