Senior Auditor - RemoteApply Now Job ID 32551233072 Location Dallas, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina Position Type Full-time
At the American Cancer Society, we're leading the fight for a world without cancer. Our employees and 1.5 million volunteers are raising the bar every single day. We actively seek candidates from diverse backgrounds including communities of color, the LGBTQ community, veterans, and people with disabilities. The greater the diversity of our people, the better we can serve our communities.
The Auditor is responsible for planning, scheduling, supervising and conducting various and diverse operational and financial integrated audits, reviews and special projects as assigned. This position is also responsible for identifying process improvement opportunities and establishing and maintaining collaborative and consultative relationships with key finance and operational management. The Auditor is responsible for supporting Internal Audit Services department management throughout all work phases of projects and preparation and delivery of reporting for key business customers.
- Lead and/or participate on multiple audit engagements and projects simultaneously ensuring each engagement is conducted in an efficient and effective manner.
- Plan, schedule, and supervise assigned audit projects in accordance with project budgets, and supervise/perform special projects requested by management.
- Supervise the preparation/updating of audit programs, approaches, tools and techniques for assigned audit projects.
- Obtain an understanding of business processes and leverage an understanding of risk and control concepts to develop risk assessments, audit programs and testing procedures that appropriately address identified risks and project objectives.
- Identify and appropriately communicate audit issues to management, offering recommended solutions that address risks and are relevant to the business
- Review financial and operational processes for adequate management controls, efficiency and compliance with policies, regulations and accounting principles.
- Ensure completion of assigned projects in an organized and efficient manner on time and within budget.
- Facilitate internal control development, compliance and education.
- Maintain a high level of knowledge of current audit technologies, tools and techniques and provide innovative and creative ideas to formulate new/improved audit approaches.
OTHER DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES
- Identify factors causing deficient conditions and recommends courses of action to improve the conditions, including special surveys, reviews and audits.
- Provide management with clear and concise reports on risk management coverage.
- Develops, reviews, edits, and presents reports and discusses the reports with appropriate management, as assigned.
- Works closely with operating management to aid them in finding the solutions to internal control deficiencies.
- Provides consultative services to business management, as requested in the development of new policies, standards, systems, processes, and procedures.
- College degree required. MS in Accounting or MBA desirable.
- Professional certification in internal auditing (CIA) preferred. Certification in Public Accounting (CPA) a plus.
- At least four years of experience in internal and /or external auditing preferred.
- Skilled in auditing and consulting to the business on best practices for business processes, financial accounting and reporting risks to ensure compliance with GAAP and external reporting requirements.
- Ability to understand, document, and analyze business processes from a control and operational perspective.
- Ability to apply the COSO Internal Control Framework principles in the planning and conduct of an Audit.
- Ability to effectively use a broad range of tools to support audit work, including data analysis, benchmarking and business research tools.
- Demonstrated command of computer technology and computer-based accounting and auditing support programs required.
- Proficient computer skills required (word / excel / access / etc.)
- Strong interpersonal relationship skills required.
- Strong leadership skills, providing vision, establishing challenging but attainable goals and standards, and modeling high performance in personal behavior.
- Well-developed oral and written communication facilities and presentation skills.
SPECIAL MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DEMANDS
- Travel (10%) required.
The compensation range established for this position begins at a minimum of $70,000 per year.* Actual starting pay may differ based on non-discriminatory factors including, but not limited to, geographic location, experience, skills, specialty, and education.
The American Cancer Society has adopted a vaccination policy that requires all staff, regardless of position or work location, to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 (except where prohibited by state law).ACS provides staff a generous paid time off policy; medical, dental, retirement benefits, wellness programs, and professional development programs to enhance staff skills. Further details on our benefits can be found on our careers site at: jobs.cancer.org/benefits. We are a proud equal opportunity employer.
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