The Internal Auditor is responsible for conducting audits of the organization’s financial, operational, and compliance controls. The Internal Auditor will work with management to identify and assess risks, and will recommend improvements to the organization’s controls.
Conduct audits of the organization’s financial, operational, and compliance controls. This includes reviewing financial statements, interviewing employees, and testing controls.
Identify and assess risks. This includes identifying areas where the organization is exposed to risk, and assessing the likelihood and impact of those risks.
Recommend improvements to the organization’s controls. This includes recommending ways to improve the organization’s controls, and monitoring the implementation of those recommendations.
Communicate the results of audits. This includes preparing and presenting audit reports, and communicating the results of audits to management and other stakeholders.
Other duties as assigned. This may include a variety of other tasks related to internal auditing, such as preparing presentations, conducting training, and providing support to other departments.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, or a related field.
Experience in internal auditing.
Strong understanding of internal audit principles and procedures.
Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.