Job Duties: Maintain responsibility for performing operational, financial and compliance audits of various departments and divisions of the organization to verify accuracy, efficiency and effectiveness. Execute audits in accordance with departmental procedures and Institute of Internal Audit Standards under supervision of Audit Director. Survey functions and activities in assigned areas to determine nature of operations and adequacy of the system of controls to achieve established objectives. Perform audits in accordance with approved audit program under supervision of Internal Audit Director. Prepare project level risk assessments, where applicable, and identify fraud related risks and controls. Work with Internal Audit Director to develop audit scope, objectives and audit programs. Obtain, analyze and appraise evidentiary data as the basis for informed, objective opinion on adequacy and effectiveness of the system and efficiency of performance on activities being reviewed. Make recommendations for correction of deficiencies identified. Draft audit reports for review by Audit Director. Ensure reports are accurate, well written, timely, and consistent with professional standards and reflect collaboration with business area under audit/review. Appraise the adequacy of corrective action taken to improve deficient conditions. Perform follow-up reviews to ensure planned corrective actions have been taken and issues are closed. Monitor, evaluate, and test internal controls. Perform audit responsibilities in accordance with Standards for the Practice of Internal Auditing and the IIA's Code of Ethics. Maintain high confidentiality at all times. In connection with above duties, utilize experience in performing risk assessment (incorporating fraud and legal risk) for the business or processes being audited; using software to analyze data imported from financial management system to identify anomalies and determine test approach; conducting interviews with management to identify controls, risks, and gaps within processes and presenting results in a process flow map or narrative format; developing audit programs/scope/objectives to test key controls, evaluate process effectiveness, and ensure compliance with company policies, US GAAP, and other regulations; presenting audit findings and recommendation to management; creating and issuing audit reports to executive management; and following up periodically with auditees to ensure timely implementation of action plans. Also utilize experience in CCM (continuous control monitoring) reports and GRC (government, risk and compliance) tool to identify control breaches, errors, segregation of duties issues and anomalies with processes and performing audits in compliance with IIA standards and code of ethics. Also utilize experience in testing SOX (Sarbanes-Oxley) controls to ensure compliance with SOX requirements; performing financial, operational, compliance and ICFR (SOX-404) audit to assess internal control and make recommendations related to efficiency and industry best practices; making presentations or reports to management; and performing continuous monitoring work in areas relating to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and conflict of interest.Requires related degree, experience and skills.
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