Prepares work paper documentation to support audit work with evidence of deficiencies in controls, duplication of effort, extravagance, fraud, or lack of compliance with laws, government regulations, and management's policies or procedures. Work paper documentation must comply with industry standards.
Plan, conduct domestic and international GPV audits to assess compliance to local and global government regulations; must be able to work within a global team setting as well as an individual contributor.
Work with the teams that review and evaluate company-wide initiatives and processes to assess whether controls and best practices are followed and effective; to analyze strategic, operational and financial risks to ensure they're well-evaluated and mitigated; and to ensure our business is conducted ethically and that effective compliance programs are in place.
The Senior Auditor II is primarily responsible for audit execution on areas of assigned audit responsibilities supporting audits of data management (including CCAR) and the execution of project management. This position is primarily located in either our San Ramon or Omaha locations, and requires some ability to travel.
Plan and perform domestic and international GVP audits to assess companys compliance to the local and international government regulations, and internal SOPs as they relate to GVP Quality Assurance and regulatory GVP compliance.
Contribute to the audit planning process, by assisting in the development of objectives and then executing on detailed test procedures; this would include assessing business systems/processes to identify key control points and risks.
Works with staff at all levels in the organization, vendors and contractors to insure protections are effective, efficient and non-disruptive to the appropriate duties, rights and mission of the individuals within the various business organization(s).
Assist in the planning stages for key segments of testing internal control design and effectiveness by reviewing both internal and external information and data, assessing risk, and consistently researching and applying regulatory requirements the entity and its control environment.