$58,000.00 - $102,000.00
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San Francisco, CA
Currently looking for a Senior Finance Auditor to join a growing Risk Management team with a Subsidiary of a Top Publicly-Held Insurance Company in San Francisco. Interested candidates should have a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field with at least 4 years of audit experience at a BIG 4 or mid-tier firm and be CPA certified.
Responsibilities of the Senior Financial Auditor
Enhance company’s internal controls, risk management, and governance practices through developing and completing financial and operational audits.
This role will also maintain SOX documentation and testing.
Evaluate company financial and operational risks and assist with development of the annual audit plan and audit programs.
Lead and perform all phases of audits including planning, scoping, fieldwork, reporting, and performing subsequent follow-up procedures.
Identify control weaknesses and be able to communicate audit findings effectively to members of management in an objective and persuasive manner.
Assess exposure resulting from ineffective controls and provide recommendations to address identified control deficiencies.
Assist with Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 control testing and compliance.
Coordinate with external auditors.
Understand Information Technology (IT) risks and incorporate audit plan steps to address IT risk areas.
Participate in special audit projects as assigned.
Requirements of the Senior Financial Auditor
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field and 4 years of audit experience at a BIG 4 or mid-tier firm required; CPA preferred.
Experience performing risk assessment, process and control analysis, and process improvement recommendation/implementation.
Experience with property/casualty insurance or technology company preferred.
Must have strong audit process fundamentals and be able to competently perform all phases of an audit.
Must have strong knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley regulations.
Strong written/verbal communication skills and ability to interact with business owners/senior level management.
Understanding of GAAP and related financial reporting requirements; knowledge of statutory accounting principles a plus.
Willingness to embrace change and show flexibility in assignments and the work environment.
Must be self-motivated and able to work independently.
Must possess effective project management skills while able to meet deadlines/prioritize multiple tasks.
Able to travel approximately 5% of the time.
Benefits of the Senior Financial Auditor
Position requires minimal travel.
Company offers competitive compensation and great benefits.
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