Utilizes professional level skills to accomplish assignments within LSC Internal Audit. This position will be responsible for performing complex financial, operational, and compliance audits for the Lone Star College. Position has high visibility and exposure and is directly accountable to the Executive Director of Internal Audit. Position will be responsible for managing a variety of audits from start to finish. While the position will not directly supervise other employees, the incumbent will supervise the work of an auditor for assigned projects as needed. Incumbent must also be able to influence and advocate recommendations to management for the areas examined.
1. Performs internal audit projects per approved annual audit plan in accordance with professional standards; plans projects appropriately, including determining the objectives, scope and criteria; gathers sufficient, reliable and relevant evidence from individuals or systems, documents the conditions noted and the related findings, analyzes the information/data so that conclusions can be reached, develops actionable recommendations for improvement, compliance, or resolution, and prepares audit reports; proactively keeps the Executive Director informed of progress 2. Assists the Executive Director in performing a comprehensive, annual, System-wide risk assessment and in developing an annual audit plan based on the risk assessment 3. Performs internal quality assessment reviews for projects, as assigned 4. Develops and maintains positive working relationships with auditees; provides weekly project status to auditees and communicates issues as they arise 5. Works collaboratively with internal and external contacts, utilizing excellent interpersonal and communication skills; responsible for following up on the status of managements’ corrective action plans 6. Develops, reviews and analyzes reports, records and directives to obtain information and increase efficiency; uses best practices and knowledge of internal or external business issues to improve processes 7. Oversees and directs the activities of other auditors as assigned, and acts as a resource for colleagues with less experience 8. Performs special projects as necessary, including investigations of complaints/allegations analyzing confidential and sensitive information 9. Responsible for other reasonable related duties as assigned
Salary: Commensurate based upon education and experience Required: Master’s degree in accounting, finance, business, or a related field, and at least 5 years of related work experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA)
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About Lone Star College System
Located just north of Houston, Texas, our five campuses serve 1,400 square miles. Our student enrollment is nearly 50,000 in credit classes and 14,000 in continuing education. We are among Texas’ largest and fastest growing community colleges.