The Internal Auditor conducts independent and objective financials, operational, and program audits, investigations, and surveys; determines compliance with prevailing laws and regulations, identifies opportunities to strengthen internal controls, and locates operational deficiencies; analyzes proposals; prepares and documents all audit work performed in accordance with Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards (GAGAS) and may lead subordinate staff. The Internal Auditor independently makes decisions and perform complex analytical audits, investigations, and surveys work and activities.
Depending upon the assignments, duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Conducts audits of the Agency’s operations, programs, and activities; evaluates actual versus projected outcomes; identifies areas of risk; recommends functional and operational changes needed to improve the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of the Agency’s services and programs.
- Conducts analysis of the Agency’s revenues and expenditures; evaluates internal and external controls; ascertains compliance with applicable policies and regulations.
- Assesses and documents the reliability of internal control systems through inspection, interviews, and analytical procedures.
- Conducts audit planning, executes field work, and document audit steps in working papers.
- Manages and prioritizes assignments to meet department work plan goals and deadlines.
- Prepares verbal and written reports or communications in accordance with GAGAS.
- Develops and maintains positive and collaborative relationships with internal and external clients.
- Maintains written documentation of all findings; assists departmental staff in implementing recommendations.
- Drives automotive vehicle as necessary in order to conduct audits and attend meetings.
- Periodic attendance at evening Commission meetings, including presentation of audit reports.
- Develops, updates, and implements standards and procedures for conducting audits.
- Provides direction and oversight to assigned staff; assists in the development of staff performance evaluations.
- Conducts fraud, waste, and abuse investigations
Experience Four years’ experience in auditing, accounting, or program evaluation. Government experience is preferred
Education Bachelor's Degree from an accredited four-year college or university in accounting, business, or closely related field required. MBA preferred.
A Master’s degree or certification in the areas below may substitute for one year of auditing, accounting, or program evaluation experience.
SHRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
As a condition of employment with SHRA, this employee will be required to complete a COVID-19 vaccination recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (including for emergency use) and provide proof of vaccination to the Human Resources Department prior to employment.
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