The Senior Internal Auditor assists in executing the Company's annual global internal audit plan, including but not limited to: testing and evaluation of internal control systems; verification of the accuracy and reliability of accounting data; adherence to established policies and procedures; assurance that adequate controls are in place; and compliance with various regulations. The Internal Auditor, Senior performs special projects as requested by the Director, Internal Audit, Executive Management and Audit Committee. The Internal Auditor, Senior is required to travel, both domestically and internationally, approximately 10% of their time. The Internal Auditor, Senior also has significant interaction with Corporate and subsidiaries.
The Senior Internal Auditor performs more detail reviews for audit work completed by junior team member(s), mentoring and providing guidance to junior team member(s). The Senior Internal Auditor is responsible for developing new audit plans and programs, providing consultation supports to the business stakeholders, acting as a change agent for continuous improvements, conducting ad hoc projects and assisting in administrative tasks. The Senior Internal Auditor must be able to manage and lead audit engagements independently.
40%: Develops and executes audit programs for specific global and regional audit projects throughout the year. Prepares reports and work papers, interacts with team members, leads audit interviews/conferences, manages and prepares quarterly audit update, ensures accuracy of work performed and maintains efficiency of operations. Assists in developing a comprehensive risk-based annual internal audit plan. Coordinates and executes co-sourced audits and financial audits with external auditors.
20%: Evaluates compliance with Company policies, i.e. code of business conduct and ethics, contract and purchasing, revenue, sales commission, travel and entertainment, capital expenditures, contractual obligations and governmental regulations, etc.
20%: Champion new ideas that could potentially allow for increased operating effectiveness and efficiencies throughout the NetJets organization. Is the subject matter expert, providing consultation to the business. Leads ad hoc projects as assigned.
10%: Performs management testing with respect to compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements which includes monthly balance sheets review, interim and year-end compliance testing and quarterly internal control certification.
10%: Mentors junior team member(s). Assists in administrative tasks as assigned.
Course of Study/Major: Accounting, Finance or related field.
Types of Credentials/Licenses: CPA or CIA, or active progression towards the CPA or CIA designation
Related Work Experience: 4-6 years
*Extensive knowledge and understanding of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and the Sarbanes-Oxley Act.
*Minimum four years' experience in evaluation, documentation and improvement of financial and business controls.
*Excellent verbal and written communication skills with the ability to convey pertinent information effectively and comprehensively.
*Independent work planning, project management and time management skills.
*Strong ability to prioritize and organize effectively in a multi-tasking environment.
*Strong ability to innovate, lead new ideas/changes and work under pressure.
*Strong ability to interact with various cultures and work with international team.
*Strong skills in Microsoft Office applications (e.g., Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Word, Visio, etc.)