Auditor primarily assists on audit projects such as operational and financial reviews, as well as special investigations.
The auditor is responsible for assigned phases of the project including planning assistance, fieldwork, work paper preparation, findings development, initial written reports and presentations to management.
In addition, as experience is gained this position will be expected to work independently on progressively more complicated assignments.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Internal Audit Operation
Effectively conducting internal control, operational, financial and / or compliance reviews throughout the company.
Develops a detailed understanding of business processes across the Company
Identifies risks and internal controls and helps the Audit Supervisor or Internal Audit Manager create audit procedures required to meet audit objectives
Compiles and evaluates information through inquiry, tests, analysis, and observations to develop conclusions about risks and the operating effectiveness of internal controls, including internal controls over financial reporting.
Works with process owner to identify solutions to solve problems, improve work processes and strengthen controls
Prepares working papers to document the information obtained, analysis made, and support for the conclusions and engagement results.
Assists the Audit Supervisor or Internal Audit Manager with writing audit reports and discussing with management the audit results and recommendations for improvement
KEY RESULT AREAS and PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
Key Result Areas
Internal Audit Operation
Accomplishment of Annual Audit Plan
SAP ERP and EWM inquiry access
Documents and company information from different departments needed in the Audit
Bachelor’s degree Accounting, Finance, or equivalent combination of education
Wilingness to pursue a professional, audit-related designation (e.g., CPA, CIA, CISA)
RELATED WORK EXPERIENCE :
Two or more years audit experience
Experience on Distribution Company is a plus
Skilled with gathering, documenting and evaluating information to resolve issues encountered
Knowledge of the indicators of fraud
Knowledge of financial reporting risks and internal controls
Ability to think critically and develop conclusions
One that can handle confidential information appropriately using discretion, integrity and diplomacy
Technical Competencies :
Understanding of the Institute of Internal Audit Standards for the Professional Practice of Auditing, control frameworks, transactional accounting, or Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Understanding of control principles as it relates to regulatory issues and requirements (Anti-Corruption Law).
Ability and proficiency in Microsoft Office products including database system (SAP)