Assist in managing the Company’s Corporate Audit function, including (but not limited to) executing the Board-approved audit plan, investigating significant instances of internal fraud or other financial irregularities, supporting external financial audits and other control/process activities
Assist in preparing the annual risk assessment and developing the annual risk-based audit plan
Allocate resources to audits and maintain departmental budget
Lead internal audits and other projects. Responsibilities include the planning and scoping of audits, developing audit programs, reviewing supporting working papers, and evaluating test results to determine if risk and control objectives are adequately met
Monitoring progress of overall annual audit plan
Effectively report relevant findings to Executive Management and ensure proper follow-up and remediation by management
Identify value-added process improvement opportunities
Maintain professional audit standards, practices, and continuous process improvement within the Department
Lead, develop, mentor and evaluate team members
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance or related field and five (5) or more years of experience in audit, accounting, or IT general controls. Equivalent combination of work and experience is acceptable.
Management experience with the ability to lead and motivate staff
Excellent oral, written communication and interpersonal skills
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite
Ability to travel as needed
Professional Certification: CISA, CIA or CPA
SOX 404 controls testing experience
Airline industry experience
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.
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