Irving, Te US
We have partnered with a company based in Irving, Texas looking to hire an internal auditor with brilliant accounting and analytical skills. Internal auditors are expected to be organized with brilliant problem-solving skills and constantly deliver on tight deadlines. You should have an outstanding aptitude for math, strong IT skills and superb communication skills.
To ensure success, internal auditors must be critical thinkers with a keen interest in improving an organizations internal control structure. The internal auditor performs professional auditing work of considerable difficulty and complexity, plans and leads audits, and provides assistance to other professional auditors. Assists Internal Audit Management in communicating risks, control weaknesses and recommendations to the board of directors and senior management through verbal interaction, written reports and presentations.
Internal Auditor Responsibilities:
Identify and assess areas of significant business risk.
Implement best audit and business practices in line with applicable internal audit statements.
Plans and conducts audits, which are frequently complex in nature.
Assists Internal Audit Management in communicating risks, control weaknesses and recommendations to the board of directors and senior management through verbal interaction, written reports and presentations.
Manage resources and audit assignments.
Identify and reduce all business and financial risks through effective implementation and monitoring of controls.
Develop, implement and maintain internal audit policies and procedures in accordance with local and international best practice.
Compile and implement the annual Internal Audit plan.
Conduct ad hoc investigations into identified or reported risks.
Oversee risk-based audits covering operational and financial processes.
Ensure complete, accurate and timely audit information is reported to Management and/or Risk Committees.
Overall supervision of planned annual audits.
Internal Auditor Requirements:
Bachelors degree with a major in accounting. A business-related degree may be substituted provided the candidate has completed at least 18 hours of accounting courses and 3 or more hours of computer science courses.
CIA or CPA required. Other certifications preferred.
2-4 yearsexperience in all types of audits including financial, operational and IT/EDP, or significant and related bank accounting experience of a comparable nature.
Excellent Microsoft Office skills including intermediate skills with Excel and Word.
Strong communication, project management and interpersonal skills.