Internal Auditor Job Description
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The Internal Auditor will be responsible for or will assist in, the planning and professional performance of audit assignments and risk assessments, including tests of controls and/or tests of details including (but not limited to): financial audits, IT audits, internal controls, operational performance, compliance with applicable laws and regulations, accreditation standards, contracts, compliance with company policies and procedures, and fraud investigations. Works under limited supervision with moderate latitude for initiative and independent judgment under the direction of more experienced auditors. Adheres to all corporate policies and procedures as well as professional ethical standards.
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The Internal Auditor must be proficient at examining and analyzing financial and operational records of the company to determine the adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of the systems of internal control, including the quality of ongoing operations and compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and board policies/procedures. Additionally, the Internal Auditor performs follow-up on the status of outstanding internal audit issues and advocates internal control and corporate governance concepts throughout the organization.
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To perform internal audit procedures under the general direction of the Internal Audit Senior; to conduct walk-throughs for processes; to assist in the preparation of internal audit reports and audit programs.
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We are seeking experienced candidates with strong communication skills. This Internal Auditor role is a strong match for those who can balance multiple responsibilities. Under the direction of more experienced audit staff, the Internal Auditor plans and executes audit assignments (financial and operational audits, fraud investigations).
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Under the direction of the Senior Manager of Internal Audit, the Internal Auditor is responsible for the timely execution of risk-based internal audits of financial statements by the internal audit plan, as well as assisting with other audit matters and projects.
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Internal Auditor will participate in financial and operational audits and assess internal controls to support Sarbanes-Oxley 404 compliance. The Internal Auditor will interact with financial, operational, and IT management as well as associates at all levels.
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We are currently hiring an Internal Auditor for our corporate offices. Reporting to the Internal Audit Manager, you will contribute to audit and business advisory engagements including Sarbanes-Oxley 404 Compliance (SOX) and operational audits. Your routine tasks in this role include documenting and evaluating internal controls and preparing internal-audit reports. Successful candidates will be effective communicators with a strong understanding of financial accounting and data analysis.
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We are currently looking for an Internal Auditor to join our Audit team. Position performs internal auditing work to provide management with objective assessments of the Enterprise functions.
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We are in search of an Internal Auditor.
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We are seeking an Internal Auditor.
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Frequently asked questions
What are the top five skills required for an internal auditor?
Internal auditors are responsible for evaluating an organization's internal controls, financial reporting processes, and compliance with laws and regulations. To be successful in this role, an internal auditor should have a set of skills, including
Attention to detail: An internal auditor should have strong attention to detail to ensure that all financial transactions and processes are accurately reviewed and analyzed.
Analytical skills: An internal auditor should have strong analytical skills to be able to review and analyze financial data and identify trends and patterns.
Communication skills: An internal auditor should have excellent communication skills to be able to effectively communicate their findings and recommendations to management and other stakeholders.
Problem-solving skills: An internal auditor should have good problem-solving skills to be able to identify and resolve issues that may arise during the audit process.
Knowledge of auditing principles and practices: An internal auditor should have a thorough understanding of auditing principles and practices to be able to accurately and efficiently perform their duties.
What do internal auditors do daily?
Internal auditors are responsible for evaluating an organization's internal controls, financial reporting processes, and compliance with laws and regulations. The specific tasks that an internal auditor may perform daily will depend on the size and scope of the organization and the specific focus of the audit. Some common tasks that an internal auditor may perform daily include:
Reviewing financial transactions and processes: An internal auditor may review financial transactions and processes to ensure that they are accurately recorded and in compliance with laws and regulations.
Analyzing financial data: An internal auditor may analyze financial data to identify trends and patterns and identify potential issues or areas for improvement.
Communicating findings and recommendations: An internal auditor may be responsible for communicating their findings and recommendations to management and other stakeholders.
Developing audit plans: An internal auditor may be responsible for developing audit plans to guide the audit process.
Performing testing and assessments: An internal auditor may be responsible for performing testing and assessments to validate the accuracy and effectiveness of internal controls.
Preparing reports: An internal auditor may be responsible for preparing reports on the results of their audits and the recommendations they have made.
Keeping up to date with industry developments: An internal auditor should stay up to date with industry developments and changes in laws and regulations to ensure that their audits are relevant and accurate.