|Job Title:||Sr. General Auditor Manager|
|Post Date:||Nov 13 2017|
|Detailed Job Description:
Our client is a non-profit organization located on the Upper West Side in Manhattan.
Design and recommend audit plan annually
Prepare written work programs
Perform procedures as per written work programs throughout the year complete all audits on an annual cycle basis
Clearly document findings in audit working papers and in written reports. Include management response and perform follow-up reviews, as applies. Prepare written reports to be presented to management and the Audit Committee
Perform audit testing under the supervision and direction of the external audit firm for preliminary and final audit phases
Audit, benchmarking and accounting projects
Employee Whistleblower Reporting: Monitor website for reported events, perform research, testing and follow-up, as needed or as directed by the Chairman of the Audit Committee.
Ability to understand, work in and audit efficiently using different systems, including membership data base; Dynamics GP (financial reporting, payables and budgeting). Heavy reliance on systems to process transactions and to analyze data: many staff are advanced Excel users and the auditor must be able to prepare advanced Excel spreadsheets, audit Excel and extract data for audit purposes.
Understanding of investments and investment accounting
Financial statement reporting for not-for-profit and benefits providers. Ability to research Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and to remain current in GAAP and best practices in reporting
Ability to become expert in the key business areas and products offered by the organization, including a 403 (b) annuity plan and benefits programs that include a self-insured health and dental plan, disability and life insurance coverages.
Report to Audit Committee, in event of fraud, and senior management on ongoing basis
Monitor Organizations Whistle-blower website and ensure Whistle blower Policy requirements are adhered to.
Perform all procedures requested by Audit Committee
Certified Public Accountant current continuing education and license certification
Prior public accounting and audit experience and/or internal audit experience, preferably in investments and benefit programs. Minimum 4 to 5 years.
Excellent written and verbal skills in order to communicate effectively with all types of staff and Trustees
Financial statement preparation
Knowledge of Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
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