Kforce has a client in Washington, DC that is seeking an Internal Auditor.Responsibilities:
Internal Auditor will identify and assess financial, operational, compliance, and strategic risks, and their reputational components, and evaluate the effectiveness of policies, procedures, systems, and internal controls to mitigate these risks
Understand current manual and automated operating processes and related internal controls operating centrally and at the unit level through research, interviews, observation, and testing and be able to effectively capture these in process flows and/or narratives
Test transactions (utilizing automated and/or traditional auditing methods) and analyze results to identify the themes and underlying root causes
Internal Auditor will develop practical and effective solutions to improve processes, systems, and the control environment and agree these corrective action with management
Prepare formal written reports that provide proper perspective and summarize observations that effectively communicate issues, control deficiencies, and additional opportunities to improve and mature processes and controls; These reports will also summarize the agreed-upon risk mitigation activities
Perform activities that include interviews, inspection, and testing to determine the implementation status of agreed-upon action items
Internal Auditor will monitor project status and issues on a timely basis and report progress and issues to project lead or Chief Audit Executive timely and regularly
Bachelor's degree in Accounting or Business, or related field
0 to 3 years of External or Internal Audit experience
Track record of risk assessment, problem identification, analytical problem solving, and issue resolution
Ability to learn quickly with strong foundation in understanding and assessing processes and controls
Excellent written/verbal communication skills with the ability to regularly present to groups
Kforce is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran status, or disability status.
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According to BLS, the median annual wage for human resources specialists was $63,490 in May 2020.
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