York, PA, United States
Accounting, Audit, Sap
Senior Internal Auditor
Glatfelter has an immediate opening for an Experienced Auditor at its York, PA global headquarters.
Glatfelter is a NYSE-traded company and leading global B2B supplier of engineered materials for consumer products that millions of people use each day.
The main accountabilities of this position will be:
reviews, where you will assess the design and operating effectiveness of management’s system of internal controls to address the strategic, financial, IT, operational, and compliance risks across the Company’s global footprint;
projects, where you will engage with stakeholders across the Company and advise them on ways to continually improve controls when redesigning business processes, developing new IT systems, and remediating SOX findings, as well as assisting with M&A due diligence, and conducting special investigations; and,
Public Company Reporting,
where you will work with external auditors in planning and executing tests of internal controls over financial reporting.
In this position you will develop your business acumen, sharpen your communication skills and develop meaningful relationships throughout the organization.
Your success in this role will be driven by leveraging your past experiences and personal attributes, such as natural curiosity, analytical skills, and drive to make a difference, among others.
We encourage and support your pursuit of professional certifications and other avenues of development.
Work will take place at its York, PA headquarters and various North American, European and Asian locations.
Come join the Glatfelter Internal Audit team and take the next step in your professional career.
The position of
Senior Internal Auditor
will participate in business process reviews over areas that contribute in significant ways to the profitability and viability of the Company.
The successful candidate will be able to systematically conduct reviews to determine whether internal controls over relevant business process cycles are designed well and operating effectively to address the financial and business risks as well as provide objective assessments relating to opportunities for operational improvement, and/or reducing risk exposure.
Duties & Responsibilities
Take an active role in the planning and coordination of audit assignments through the preparation of the audit planning memorandum (APM) in support of completing the annual internal audit plan.
Develop audit programs, using generally accepted auditing standards and most current version of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) framework as guides, to address relevant risks over the business cycle(s) being evaluated.
Conduct and document business process interviews to confirm internal controls over the initiation, authorization, recording and reporting of financial transactions for selected business process cycles are effective and in compliance with stated management policies.
Upon confirmation of the business process steps, perform compliance and substantive tests over management policies and guidelines, as well as the design and operating effectiveness and internal controls.
Perform procedures to ensure that data used in the operation of internal controls and procedures is both complete and accurate.
Obtain documentation that supports audit findings and conclusions.
Prepare audit workpaper files in accordance with department policy and procedures.
Based upon audit findings and conclusions, assist in preparing written audit recommendations to address findings or internal control weakness.
Include reasonable recommendations for improvements and discuss findings with auditee.
Perform follow-up procedures on corrective actions taken in response to prior report recommendations and observations.
Assist the Company's external auditors in their testing and evaluation of operating effectiveness of the Company’s internal controls.
Participate in special projects, such as ethics investigations and acquisition due diligence, at the direction of Internal Audit Department (IAD) Leadership.
Performs all other related and comparable duties as assigned.
3-6 years related experience with a Big 4 accounting firm and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience with a reputable IAD function.
Strong knowledge of business risks and internal controls.
Strong oral and written communication skills
Effective at documenting business processes and assessing segregation of duties issues in an ERP environment.
CPA or CIA certification.
Ability and willingness to travel at least 25-35% to other site locations.
SAP experience preferred
Language skills (German, French, etc.) preferred
Bachelor's degree from four-year college or
in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or Economics
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About Glatfelter—Beyond Paper® A global supplier of specialty paper and engineered products, Glatfelter delivers more than quality paper products. Going beyond paper is our promise to our customers, based on over a century of experience and technical expertise and supported by new best-in-class processes.