Assists the Internal Audit Supervisor, and/or Director in the preparation and completion of various types of audits while following the department’s audit methodology. Obtains concurrence from the Internal Audit Supervisor, and/or Director for planned tests of key controls, and based on that assessment, works with the Internal Audit Supervisor, and/or Director to determine the nature, timing, and extent of substantive procedures. Provides timely communication to the Internal Audit Supervisor, and/or Director of key issues and significant audit findings along with variances related to hours budgeted. The Internal Auditor II may be involved in multiple audits at a time and is expected to work effectively with the Internal Audit Supervisor, and/or Director, in conducting research to assist with determining the appropriate audit steps to be performed.
Looking for full-time employee with banking and auditing experience, and a 4 year degree in accounting or finance. However, will also consider a highly experienced part-time auditor with flexible hours.
Completion of Objectives Assigned
Quality of Work
Knowledge: General knowledge of accounting principles required. Experience with or knowledge of audit and internal control procedures preferred. Basic knowledge of bank operations, banking regulations, and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act is required. Banking, audit, or SOX experience preferred.Previous audit experience required. 2-3 years of bank auditing experience strongly preferred.
Skills: Excellent communication, organizational, and analytical skills are required to perform successfully in this role; must be able to effectively utilize technology tools, such as PC and MS Office.
Abilities: Able to communicate effectively with people at all levels is required; must be effective with time management, work independently, detail-oriented, juggle multiple tasks at once, along with identifying potential risks and solutions. Must be able to travel to all Bank locations, including subsidiaries.
Education: Bachelor’s degree or higher in Accounting, Finance, or Business Management preferred. Associates degree in Accounting or Business Administration required. CPA, CIA, CBA, CFSA, CFE, CICA, or other certification indicating recognized level of expertise is strongly preferred. A combination of education and experience will be considered.