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SOX Audit Manager in Santa Clara, CA

Ambarella

Santa Clara, CA 95050
7w ago
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compensation:

$80K - $100K*

specialty:

Auditing & Compliance, Accounting

experience:

Less than 5 years

Job Description

SOX Audit Manager

Primary Responsibilities

  • Partners with process owners to evaluate and document key financial processes and systems and related financial statement risks, including reviewing and updating process narratives, preparing test plans, and conducting controls testing.
  • Perform documentation updates, SOX testing, facilitate the remediation of control gaps, coordinate with internal/external auditors and business partners, and escalate potential significant deficiencies as necessary.
  • Liaises with internal staff, co-sourcing partner and external auditors and responds to requests or reported issues in a timely manner
  • Collaborates with process owners to propose process improvements that will strengthen the internal control environment while increase efficiency and effectiveness.
  • Assists with updates to internal control design, working with external auditors to identify any design gaps and implementing new or revised
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Valid through: 2020-3-4

About Ambarella

Spondias dulcis (syn. Spondias cytherea), known commonly as ambarella, or jew plum is an equatorial or tropical tree, with edible fruit containing a fibrous pit. It is known by many other names in various regions, including kedondong in Indonesia and in Malaysia, buah long long among the Chinese population in Singapore, pomme cythere in Trinidad and Tobago, Dominica, Guadeloupe, and Martinique, June plum in Bermuda and Jamaica, mangotín in Panama, juplon in Costa Rica, golden apple in Barbados and Guyana, golden plum in Belize, jobo indio in Venezuela, cajá-manga and cajarana in Brazil and São Tomé and Príncipe, qu? cóc in Vietnam, /m?ka?/ (??????) in Cambodia, manzana de oro in Dominican Republic, cas mango in Cameroon,Maldives, Vi in Tonga and Hawaii.??????? ambarella in Sri Lanka This fast-growing tree can reach up to 20 m (66 ft) in its native range of Melanesia and Polynesia; however, it usually averages 10–12 m (30–40 ft) in other areas. Spondias dulcis has deciduous, pinnate leaves, 20–60 cm (8–24 in) in length, composed of 9 to 25 glossy, elliptic or obovate-oblong leaflets 9–10 cm (3.5–3.9 in) long, which are finely toothed toward the apex. The tree produces small, inconspicuous white flowers in terminal panicles. Its oval fruits, 6–9 cm (2.4–3.5 in) long, are borne in bunches of 12 or more on a long stalk. Over several weeks, the fruit fall to the ground while still green and hard, then turn golden-yellow as they ripen. According to Morton (1987), "some fruits in the South Sea Islands weigh over 500 g (1 lb) each." S. dulcis has been introduced into tropical areas across the world. It was brought to Jamaica in 1782, and it is cultivated in Panama, Cuba, Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Trinidad and Tobago, and eastern Sucre in Venezuela. The United States Department of Agriculture received seeds from Liberia in 1909, but it did not become a popular crop in the US. Nevertheless, it is grown in South Florida as far north as Palm Beach County.The fruit is also widely grown in Somalias agriculture belt, probably introduced during the colonial times preceding 1960.
Total Jobs:
6
Average Pay:
$101,666
Total value of jobs:
$1,220,000
% Masters:
71%
* Ladders Estimates