Findings and recommendations to senior management, including opportunities to present to the senior leadership team. A key objective of each audit is to identify best practices and recommend improvements to business practices, processes and control procedures.
In this role, the selected candidate will conduct interviews with auditees to understand processes and gather information to support audit scope and objectives; prepare and review detailed audit work papers to substantiate the fieldwork performed, testing results, and audit conclusions reached.
Searching for an individual who has experience in
drafting controls, internal controls, revenue control functions, providing audit reports, reporting of audit issues, testing, evaluating and establishing audit scopes.
In this role, you will participate in and eventually lead small to complex and large and/or sensitive audits with limited management supervision in addition to actively participating in the audit and performing audit work.
The Senior Internal Auditor, in addition to performing the duties and responsibilities of an Internal Auditor will: Serve as the lead in the development, implementation, and evaluation of financial, operational, and compliance internal audits for assigned organizational areas and functional activities throughout The Johns Hopkins Institutions (Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Medicine) in accordance with the Annual Audit Plan approved by the respective Audit Committees.