— ·Plan, program, and perform audits of functions and activities in assigned areas to determine the adequacy and effectiveness of the control systems and the quality of performance in carrying out assigned responsibilities.
— ·Prepare reviews, analyze and evaluate the audit working papers to determine their adequacy to support the work performed and the audit conclusions.
— ·Prepare a comprehensive written audit report and executive summary communicating the results of the audit and related corrective recommendations
— . Audit findings will clearly illustrate the associated risk to the operation and suggested recommendations will be mutually agreed upon by management, practical, and overall add value to the organization.
— ·Actively participate in team meetings and developmental activities as assigned by the Audit Manager.
— ·Make an oral presentation of their audit findings to appropriate management personnel of the unit or activity under review.
— ·Be responsible for special projects as assigned.
— ·Perform a quarterly risk assessment of the selected operating company assigned including changes in key risks, an overview of key events taking place at the company, external market competition, laws and regulations that may affect business risk, events expected to take place in the future, and any key management changes taking place.
— ·Assist Audit Department managers with developing and maintaining the Sarbox data base as well as assisting in reports and documentation for the Company's executives and external auditors.
— ·Assists operating company management in the documentation effort to fulfill the requirements of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act regarding the company's internal controls over financial reporting.
— ·Must be able to travel up to 50%
— ·Bachelor's degree in Finance or Accounting
— ·3 years accounting experience or equivalent experience.
— ·CPA, CIA, or MBA preferred.
— SPECIAL SKILLS:
— ·Strong working knowledge of theory and practice of internal controls, internal auditing, and computer concepts and capabilities.
— ·Ability to evaluate situation where results may be difficult to measure.
— ·Ability to accomplish assignments with little direct supervision.
— ·Demonstrated skill in written and oral communications.
— ·Ability to work with clients to develop practical solutions and action plans.
— The Senior Financial Auditor performs assigned audits to ensure completion of the audit in conformity with departmental objectives, goals and standards.