Audit Manager - Internal Audit
Manages subordinate staff in the day-to-day performance of their jobs. Motivates and leads staff to accomplish goals. Ensures work meets deadlines and accuracy expectations. Complete complex tasks as needed.
For individuals that manage people:
- Organize workflow in area and ensure individual contributors understand duties and delegated tasks
- Monitor productivity and ensure work is completed to meet required standards
- Delegates work as needed to ensure all projects are completed accurately and timely
- Provide guidance and coaching to individual contributors on day-to-day issues
- Performs or assists subordinates in performing duties - may perform some daily tasks depending on volume
- Set work schedules, approve weekly timecards, and time off requests for direct reports
- Responsible for hiring and proper training of direct reports
- Responsible for performance management, including annual reviews, goal setting and on-going feedback
Additional responsibilities, including those that manage projects:
- Maintains strict confidentiality
- Effectively communicate and work with internal and external customers
- Ensure area goals are met and adhere to budget
- Provide resolution for escalated customer issues
- Regularly exercises independent judgment and discretion in daily activities and work directly related to department policies
- Extensive knowledge of department
Efficient in Microsoft Office
- SOX internal audit experience
- Analytical problem solving skills
- Excellent oral and written communication skills, makes presentations and conducts meetings as needed
- Superb interpersonal skills
- Professional demeanor
- Good organizational skills
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
- Minimum Education: High School Diploma or GED required; Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university in Accounting, Business or other related concentration, preferred
- Minimum Experience: Two-three years in a manager role
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC DUTIES and/or SKILLS
- Assist the Director of Internal Audit in development and completion of the annual audit plan.
- Assist the Director of Internal Audit in assessing the adequacy and effectiveness SOX, financial reporting, IT and Operations controls and procedures.
- Assist the Internal Audit Director in concluding over the company’s financial statements and compliance with other external and internal requirements
- Development of Audit test programs in compliance with the audit scope and objective
- Prepare own and review work papers prepared by others for compliance with department methodology and quality requirements.
- Report audit progress, conclusions and emerging findings to the Director Internal Audit timely.
- Maintain sound communication and relationships throughout the entire lifecycle of the audit with both the Internal Audit Director and business management.
- Prepare formal written reports, expressing opinions on the adequacy and effectiveness of the framework under which activities are carried out.
- Appraise the adequacy of the corrective action taken to improve deficient/non-conforming conditions
- Support activities in relations to the companies external financial auditors, customer audits and audits by other external bodies
- Act as subject matter expert and perform as needed, activities in relation to the maintenance of ISO 9001, RC14001 or related certifications
- Maintain awareness of current changes related to job/company/industry via governing information provided by the PCAOB, AICPA, IIA, ISO, EPA, etc.
- Complete annual SmartWay submission.
- Ability to effectively analyze, draw sound conclusions and recommendations for improvement.
- Certified Public Accountant and/or Certified Internal Auditor preferred, or on track for CPA and/or CIA
- Other duties as assigned
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- Landstar System, Inc., 13410 Sutton Park Dr S, Jacksonville, Florida, United States of America