Develops and presents to Director the department’s annual audit plan, testing methodology, risk assessment, and documentation. Works with Director to finalize and present annual audit plan and annual report to Audit Committee of the Board of Trustees. Leads and prepares timely audit reports for review and approval of the Director and presentation of audit reports to the audited departments and relevant senior management staff. Manages, mentors and supervises the audit staff, including review of work papers and draft reports. Communicates with and seek input from management and campus community on the internal audit process, including the annual audit plan, areas of concern and audit work process and product. Supports the enterprise risk management initiative of senior management. Develops improvements to the control environment particularly with respect to achieving improvements in operational efficiency while achieving stated control objectives.
Advanced knowledge of accounting principles, standards and practices. Advanced knowledge of internal control frameworks and Institute of Internal Auditors’ Professional Standards. Strong organizational and planning skills; ability to set priorities; high degree of initiative and ability to work independently. Highly proficient with computer applications, spreadsheets and database applications. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Excellent analytical/critical thinking and writing abilities. Ability to maintain confidentiality; high degree of ethical standards and tact. Commitment to diversity and to serving the needs of a diverse population.
Additional Salary Information: Salary commensurate with experience.
Internal Number: 1011250
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