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Conducts cash audits at field locations with an emphasis on areas of greater risk. Performs the in-office planning, fieldwork, follow-up to fieldwork and report preparation on audit areas assigned.
Performs cash audits at field locations, reporting to the Audit Supervisor and Audit Manager significant matters and status of the work assigned:
- Develops an engagement plan prior to fieldwork by analyzing business unit and field information.
- Performs audit work efficiently and effectively in accordance with the audit programs established. Documents audit procedures performed which support audit conclusions in workpapers. Exercises judgment and creativity when performing audit projects which are not guided by the pre-established audit programs.
- Drafts audit reports which are meaningful and in a clear and concise format for report users. Ensures that audit issues are adequately supported in the workpapers. Submits completed workpapers and a draft audit report to the Audit Supervisor/Manager for review.
- Performs closing conferences; effectively communicates with headquarters, front line and district personnel by emphasizing the value to the auditee of the audit findings which result from high quality testwork performed.
- Clears audit recommendations with headquarters, front line, district and regional management and obtains responses to audit recommendations, when required. Presents to management and clears additional audit findings as a result of supervisory review of the workpapers.
- Identifies instances of infrequently occurring transactions or events which arise during the course of the audit and informs the Audit Supervisor/Manager of appropriate alternative audit procedures to be performed.
- Proposes to the Audit Supervisor/Manager updates/changes to the audit program, when warranted.
- Obtains an in-depth understanding of field and financial operations, thereby increasing the value to the company and business unit of the internal audit process.
Entry level position that reports to the Cash Audit Supervisor/Manager who reports into the Audit & Controls Group. Position requires judgment and tact, as well as solid communication (written and verbal), investigative and leadership skills. Possible opportunity to explore other areas of the Internal Audit & Controls function.
- Position requires a bachelor’s degree, preferably in accounting/auditing.
- Position requires about 80% regional travel (opportunity for domestic travel).