Supervisor, Corporate Audit Location: Lansing, Michigan SUMMARY This position will use an integrated auditing approach to assess various entities within the enterprise. This approach takes a holistic view of enterprise operations including financial, operations, systems and compliance risks for the Company, its operating units, vendors and other suppliers. Directs and supervises auditors. This position provides a supervisory role for Information Technology auditors, financial auditors, Operational and Compliance auditors and assists management with general supervision in mitigating corporate risk exposures by conducting integrated audits. The position also acts as a Team Lead by mentoring and training for lower level auditors. The position functions as highly skilled internal control consultant responsible for providing control guidance in the area of IT governance, project management and systems development methodology for large corporate projects and programs. Responsible for performing advanced, specialized and/or managerial auditing work in multiple disciplines. Responsible for managing complex audits; performing critical project management duties in the planning, scheduling, coordinating, reviewing and reporting of the work of audit teams; and providing expertise in auditing standards and performance criteria, audit requirements, and information technology skills. RESPONSIBILITIES/TASKS: Perform risk assessment to identify high risk business processes and apply relevant best practices. Plan audit tasks to address operational vulnerabilities and controls. Mentors and coaches employees. Conducts performance reviews for assigned staff. Provides guidance and advice when necessary and encourages/motivates employees in their daily efforts. Develop and maintain frameworks/models/criteria for assessing proposed or existing control strategies structures, or systems. Partner with management to improve service to customers by promoting quality and cost-effective controls and champion the improvement of the governance environment. Assist in the development and management of the annual assurance audit plan, getting input from all stakeholders including senior management, audit committee and operating units leadership. Lead department to reach or exceed annual goals for department deliverables (for example, audit committee reports), customer satisfaction results, and employee engagement scores. Assist in the development and completion of the annual audit plan. Maintain a thorough and current understanding of audit methodologies applicable to the Company and operating units, auditing principles and applications as derived from standards for the professional practice of internal auditing (developed Institute of Internal Auditors, the Information Systems Audit & Control Association, and the Project Management Institute, etc.)], risk and project management, and statistical theory for sampling. Maintain a thorough and current understanding of the Company’s objectives, strategies, processes, capabilities, and the contextual dynamics affecting them. Provide oversight for all outside audits by regulators, external auditors and customers. Provide leadership and support for the Company’s enterprise risk management program (ERM) and Model Audit rule compliance. Ability to assist in the overall administration and management of the department. Plan and supervise the day-to-day audit function to ensure that work is aligned with the goal of improving the risk management and control environment at the Company. DIRECTION EXERCISED: Directly supervises exempt and non-exempt staff in accordance with company policies and applicable Federal and State Laws. Responsibilities include but are not limited to effectively interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and counseling employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems; supporting and encouraging the engagement process. EMPLOYMENT QUALIFICATIONS: EDUCATION OR EQUIVALENT EXPERIENCE: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, information systems or related field. Completion of an industry recognized professional designation; i.e. CISA (certified information systems auditor), CPA (certified public auditor), CFE (certified fraud examiner) or CIA required. Completion of other professional designations preferred. Continuous learning, as defined by the Company’s learning philosophy, is required. Certification or progress toward certification is highly preferred and encouraged. EXPERIENCE: With proper education credentials, seven years of relevant experience which provide the necessary skills, knowledge and required abilities. At least three years demonstrated experience in auditing processes, advanced writing, workflow design, quality assurance standards and/or documentation, Experience in the insurance, health care or finance industry required. SKILLS/KNOWLEDGE/ABILITIES (SKA) REQUIRED: Extensive knowledge of internal controls and audit techniques. Knowledge of computer-assisted audit techniques (CAATs) to support audit projects. Knowledge of audit command language (ACL). Knowledge of automated work papers (example TeamMate). Considerable knowledge of applicable laws, rules and regulations governing audit activity. Ability to effectively analyze factors concerning risk and liability. Identify and resolve problems. Ability to research laws, rules and regulations, in order to offer guidance or direction to others. Demonstrated ability to effectively present information and or facilitate in a group setting. Ability to comprehend the consequences of various problem situations and address them. Ability to understand business needs and conceptualize and recommend processes and procedures that support business strategies. Ability to guide, facilitate and transfer technical knowledge to team to enhance delivery of services. Basic computer programming required. Ability to read, analyze and interpret documents of technical and financial information. Ability to execute financial, operational and/or information system audits. Ability to understand business needs and conceptualize and consult with implementing processes that support those business strategies. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to establish work flows, manages multiple projects, and meets necessary deadlines. Ability and proficiency in the use of computers and company standard software. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Ability to perform other assignments at locations outside the office. Ability to work with minimal supervision. IND123
Must have one of the following certifications CISA, CFE, CPA or CIA.
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w3r is a fourteen-year-old privately held Technology Consulting firm headquartered in Southfield, Michigan. Combining many years of diverse industry experience and exposure, w3r can objectively view our customers' challenges and recommend a solution that meets both their current and future needs for both infrastructure and integration services and support.