Audit Senior Consultant
6620 W. Broad St. Richmond, Virginia 23230
Senior Internal Audit Consultant
- The Audit Consultant will serve as a member of the Corporate Audit Services Department of Genworth Financial
- The position will be based in Richmond, VA
- Travel will be required (up to 20%) and is dependent upon assignments and business demand. Some travel may be international.
- This position will report administratively to a Director. We utilize a pooled staffing concept, so the opportunity exists for the successful candidate to work for different Audit management personnel.
- Plan and support internal audit efforts, including strategic, operational, financial, and compliance audits and advisory initiatives
- Execute audit projects within prescribed time budgets and at a high degree of quality
- Work collaboratively with other assigned audit personnel and key members of management to achieve engagement objectives
- Ensure high quality audit and advisory results and well-crafted deliverables.
- Build and maintain effective client relationships
- Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)
- Evaluate SOX documentation ensuring appropriate identification of risk and control points
- Document and test the design and operating effectiveness of SOX key controls
- Critically review SOX documentation to determine appropriate test procedures & plans
- Ensure SOX testing is executed in line with Company SOX policies and procedures
- Analyze and evaluate the severity of control issues identified during testing
- Provides advisory and assurance services to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and the security of the operations and information/business systems of the holding and affiliate companies.
- Prepares audit workpapers that support the audit scope and final report, and are documented in accordance to audit standards
- Researches business unit strategy, products lines, relevant accounting guidelines, and administrative systems to become familiar with client’ s business process and environment
- Conducts interviews and walkthroughs. Prepares process flows to identify and document key risks and controls
- Performs risk assessments of business operations, financial reporting processes, information systems, and technologies to assess potential problems or control weaknesses
- Develops and executes test plans that assess risk and controls on operating procedures and processes, including those processes related to SOX
- Utilizes available technical resources and tools to enhance work product
- Provides thoughtful recommendations for problem resolution to the client and audit team
- Communicates effectively with client by demonstrating flexibility in prioritizing and timeliness in completing tasks, and communicating potential conflicts
- Serves on audit team in collaboration with external auditor on reviews of Company accounting and operating procedures and systems of internal control
- Maintains current knowledge of matters impacting the industry, the Company and regulatory requirements impacting internal controls.
- On occasion, support other controllership related activities including communication, documentation, process mapping, testing, remediation, etc.
- Liaise with external auditor to ensure any SOX related issues regarding testing procedures, testing documentation or control deficiency assessments are addressed on a timely basis
- Support the department organization through team initiatives to enhance processes and engagement
- Continue professional development through commitment to ongoing training and departmental performance metrics
- Four (4) year degree in business, accounting or other applicable field
- Four (4) or more years of relevant audit work experience, preferably within a risk management and/or Big 4/5 environment and/or the financial services industry. Other industries are acceptable, provided that the candidate possesses other appropriate skills for the position.
- Ability to assess and determine risk impacts
- Ability to reason logically, analyze and evaluate data and information, and draw appropriate conclusions
- Excellent oral communication and writing skills and demonstrated ability to communicate with all levels of management
- Knowledge of internal controls and SOX requirements
- Advanced degree, such as an MBA
- Financial services and insurance industry experience
- CPA and other applicable certifications (e.g. CISA, CIA, PMP, FLMI, CLU, etc.)
- Experience focused on SOX 404 efforts, including documenting controls, designing and executing test plans and analyzing control deficiencies
- Experience auditing public companies in compliance with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and the PCAOB standards
- Familiarity with COSO 2013 and COBIT 5.0 internal control frameworks
- Ability to present analysis and findings in a cohesive, understandable and actionable format to all levels of management
- Critical thinker who provides suggestions on new ways to approach tasks, reasons logically, effectively analyzes and evaluates data and information to drive appropriate conclusions
- Independent worker who can proactively manage assigned tasks, handle multiple tasks concurrently, and adhere to tight deadlines
- Solid oral communication and writing skills and demonstrated ability to clearly and effectively communicate with process and control owners
- Strong computer skills: proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint)
Equal opportunity employer
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