We are searching for an experienced Auditor.
South Bend, Indiana 46601
Under the direction of the Audit Manager, this position is responsible for performing audit activities designed to assess the adequacy of the internal controls, records, policies, procedures, and processes in place at the credit union.
Primary Responsibilities & Duties
Performs audits of moderately complex areas and processes, including regulatory compliance audits, requiring application of specialized knowledge gained through experience or specific study.
Working in conjunction with the Audit Manager, summarizes audit results and participates in communicating audit results (both written and verbal) to the appropriate level of management.
Conducts special reviews, projects, and investigations as requested by the Audit Manager and the VP-Internal Audit.
Makes recommendations to Internal Audit management concerning improvements to audit policies and procedures.
Performs other duties as necessary.
Computer spreadsheet, database, and audit software literacy.
Analytical skills; ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
Strong written and verbal communication.
Proficiency in application of internal audit theory, standards, procedures, and techniques.
Proficiency in accounting principles and techniques.
The work environment is typical of a standard professional office environment. The noise level is normally low.
The employee's duties may require limited travel to other locations and/or branch offices to perform audit fieldwork. These locations are also typical of a standard professional office environment. The noise level is normally low.
Overnight travel related to above job requirements is estimated at 3-8 days per year.
Additional overnight travel may be required to meet continuing education requirements related to professional certifications.
Accountable for the accuracy and quality of the audit process, validity of research and analysis, and the overall effectiveness in helping to achieve unit and organizational objectives.
Accountable for maintaining the confidentiality of member, employee, and other sensitive credit union information.
Accountable for Performance Management goals as agreed upon with supervisor.
BS in Accounting or related business field required.
CPA or CIA certification preferred.
Requires working knowledge of financial institution audit practices and systems acquired through three to five years of progressive internal audit experience, preferably in a financial institution or accounting firm setting.