Senior Auditor in Melbourne, FL

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Industry:

Aerospace & Defense   •  

5 - 7 years

Posted 8 weeks ago

Perform complex tasks to include non-standard reports and analysis of the impact of various projects and transactions.

Location

Melbourne, FL

Primary & Essential Accountabilities

  • Perform complex tasks to include non-standard reports and analysis of the impact of various projects and transactions
  • Audit accounts to ensure adherence to corporate policy
  • Conduct cost systems studies
  • Ensure integrity of expense, tax, insurance, overhead, accounts payable & receivables, and special fund amounts
  • May lead tasks or aspects of a task or project; provide guidance to less experienced staff members
  • Recommend improvements to accounting policies and procedures
  • Support, communicate, reinforce and defend the mission, values and culture of the organization
  • Conduct and document financial and operational audits
  • Examine records and evaluate procedures to determine the effectiveness of financial controls Rev January 2018 Accountant III
  • Test accounting and operational procedures to verify that they are meeting established standards. Ensure compliance with applicable laws, procedures and policies
  • Prepare findings and recommendations for improvement to management
  • Support operations management by evaluating existing business practices and recommending improvements
  • Work with external auditors and internal resources to respond to requests for information

Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting with 5+ years directly related experience, preferably in a government contracting environment
  • Thorough knowledge of financial and accounting practices and procedures
  • Understanding of governmental regulations and reporting requirements