General Summary The Sr. Staff Auditor is responsible for performing individual internal audit projects as part of the total internal audit plan. This includes developing internal audit scope, performing internal audit procedures, and preparing internal audit reports reflecting the results of the work performed. Work performed will include coverage of functional units with focus on operational, IT, and financial processes and requires the ability to communicate and interact effectively with all levels of management and staff. The Sr. Staff Auditor will be based at the Alzheimer's Association's Home Office in Chicago, IL and reports to the Senior Director of Internal Audit. Essential Job Functions Performs audit procedures including developing criteria, reviewing and analyzing evidence, documenting work processes and procedures, and identifying and defining issues Prepares and organizes detailed work papers utilizing Microsoft applications (e.g. Word, Excel, PDF, and Powerpoint) Documents audit findings: process improvement recommendations and preparation of audit reports Provides general staff support to the Senior Director, Internal Audit Performs and controls the full audit cycle including risk management and control management over operations' effectiveness, financial reliability and compliance with all applicable directives and regulations Obtains, analyzes, and evaluates accounting documentation, previous reports, data, and flowcharts, etc. Identifies loopholes and recommends risk aversion measures and cost savings Assists with preparing reports that reflect the audit's results Conducts follow up on audits Continuously develops one's own knowledge regarding the sector's rules, regulations, best practices, tools, techniques and performance standards Other duties as assigned. Minimum Requirements Bachelor's degree in a related field required; Bachelor's in Accounting or Finance preferred 2-4 years' experience in Internal Auditing and/or Big-4 Auditing Keen attention to detail and excellent analytical skills Strong organizational, time management, and prioritizing skills to successfully balance responsibilities Proficiency in Microsoft Office software programs (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) Excellent written and verbal communication skills Strong interpersonal skills to build and maintain positive working relationships with management, staff, and vendors High level of professionalism, dependability, integrity, and ability to maintain confidentiality Highly motivated self-starter with the ability to work both independently and collaboratively to achieve goals Ability and willingness to travel to chapter offices as required by the job (25-30%), with some overnight travel Must possess valid driver's license and proof of insurance Or mail resume and cover letter to: Send resume to: Alzheimer's Association, National Office225 N. Michigan Ave, Suite 1700Chicago, IL 60601We are an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employerand we appreciate your interest in the Alzheimer's Association.
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