100% Remote Internal Auditor! dlemaire@cfstaffing.com

Internal Auditor

Overview of the company:

  • $ 6.5 billion dollar publicly-traded company that is the leading distributor in their industry
  • Highly collaborative and team-oriented environment
  • A lot of exposure to the upper-level executives, working with them on a day-to-day basis
  • Good work-life balance, work-hard/play-hard mentality
  • Full benefits include health insurance, 401k w/50% match up to 5%, unlimited PTO (must be approved by a manager), employee stock purchase plan

Overview of the Internal Auditor: 

  • Internal Controls – Assess the adequacy in the design of the company’s internal controls and test the existence of these controls in the following areas: Order to Cash Cycle (Revenue, Shipping, Invoicing & Customer Payments); Purchase to Pay Cycle (Purchasing, Receiving & Vendor Payments); Financial Reporting, Human Resources, Inventory, Fixed Assets; Taxes, Selling & Marketing and Manage Risk (Investments and Financial Commitments)
  • Financial — Audit subsidiary financial results each quarter to ensure financial statements are prepared and presented consistent with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and are free from material error
  • Operational — perform risk-based audits of subsidiary HQ and store locations to improve operational efficiency, effectiveness, and/or profitability
  • Recommending real-world, practical solutions to improve efficiency and/or effectiveness with the goal of reducing risk, improving internal controls, and/or improving profitability
  • Maintaining detailed audit work papers to support all audit findings and recommendations
  • Managing multiple tasks within a deadline-oriented environment
  • Reporting audit findings and recommendations to the Vice President of Internal Audit and various levels of management

Background Preferred:

  • 3+ years of experience working with SOX testing 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Accounting/Finance, CIA/CPA is preferred but not required
  • Willingness to travel up to 25%
  • Strong understanding of GAAP

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