Internal Audit Manager Staffing Denver
Alternate Titles: Audit Manager, Auditor, Internal Auditor, Auditor-in-Charge, Assurance Manager, Audit Manager, Internal Audit Director, Assurance Senior, Audit Partner, Deputy for Audit, Financial Auditor
The Internal Audit Manager, under general direction, plans, directs and supervises the work of the Internal Audit Division or audit team, usually in a deadline oriented environment. Excellent communication and people skills are required in today’s fast paced, competitive organizations as the Audit Manager must be able to establish and maintain effective working relationships with departments, staff, federal, state and local representatives and the public. Audit Managers analyze complex problems to develop corrective action alternatives. These positions are usually found in larger organizations.
Education, Experience, & Certifications
- Bachelor’s in accounting or finance
- MBA or CPA strongly preferred
- 5-7+ years' supervisory experience
- Knowledge of auditing and accounting practices used complex organizational and fiscal audits; depth of experience may vary depending upon size of company
- Knowledge of GAAP; Generally Accepted Auditing Standards; internal control systems; principles of management analysis and organizational design
- Knowledge of principles and practices of supervision; EDP techniques and requirements related to accounting/auditing procedures and practices
- Strong knowledge of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems
- Strong technical and analytical skills are most important in this position
- Proficient in MS Word and solid expertise in MS Excel
Typical Duties May Include:
- Selects, directs and trains staff; assigns audits; reviews audit work papers and determines material problems; supervises and evaluates staff; develops and provides training to staff.
- Manage multiple priorities and off-site audits
- Prepare comprehensive, clear, concise reports that communicate effectively in writing and orally while maintaining objectivity and impartiality
- Recommend and implement administrative policies and procedures to improve internal control systems; understand and interpret government auditing/accounting legal requirements for reporting and maintaining fiscal records.
- Prepare monthly, quarter and annual financial statements
- The application of advanced audit concepts and techniques in analyzing fiscal, operational and computed based systems
- Preparing monthly, quarterly and annual financial statements
- May assist with regulatory reporting