Are you a critical thinker who is naturally curious and wants to make a difference? In a world of rapidly changing regulations, Internal Auditors provide valuable risk management and evaluate the efficiency of operations.
You’ll use your previous audit experience to make a significant impact on our team. You will assist in the development of an effective internal audit program designed to assess risk, test internal controls within the department, and provide invaluable operational knowledge. Your opinion matters and your insights are important.
Keys to success:
A successful Internal Auditor does more than just evaluate systems of internal controls—they communicate their results to management and provide recommendations for business process improvements. Having a passion for compliance and regulations paired with a high degree of attention to detail will help you excel in this position.
We expect you already have over two years of previous audit experience. And if you have your CPA, that’s even better!
Perform internal audits and SOX testing; to include assessing the design and operating effectiveness of the internal control structure and compliance with policies and procedures Document test results and provide support for an informed, objective opinion of the risk exposure Draft audit observations and recommendations to management both verbally and in writing Assist with the development of audit programs by determining the objective, scope and work program of individual audits Perform regular follow-up on open and past due internal audit and SOX observations Assist in mapping and documentation of processes to identify key risks and controls Assist in coordination of third-party compliance assessments and audits Requirements: 2 – 5 years audit experience with public audit or consulting experience desired; corporate internal audit experience also acceptable. Knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) and IIA standards SOX internal control assessments (Section 404) experience Strong communication skills (written and oral) Ability to prioritize multiple responsibilities Excellent computer skills Certified or willingness to pursue professional certification (CPA, CIA, or other relevant certifications)