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Job no: 499745
Department: VP Finance & Business Services
Location: Oxford, OH
Work type: Salary Staff
Categories: Finance, Budget, Accounting
Status: Full Time
Job Title:Chief Audit OfficerSalary/Grade:
$100,000.00 - $150,000.00
Hours Per Week:
Leads an independent and objective audit and consulting program for all campus locations. Manages a staff that performs full-scope audits. Makes recommendations to improve internal control and reduce risk. Maintains comprehensive ERM and compliance programs. Administers hotline.
-Develops and presents annual audit plans based on an evaluation of enterprise risk exposures. Hires and manages a professional audit staff with sufficient knowledge, skills, and experience, to execute audit plans independently and objectively. Considers any risk or control concerns identified by management or the Board in planning audits.
-Advises management on internal control and risk reduction through compliance, financial, information technology, operational and investigative audits. Promotes operational efficiency and effectiveness using Lean methodologies. Issues reports summarizing significant internal control issues, recommendations for improvement and management responses.
-Reviews follow-up by management to determine whether appropriate actions have been taken to resolve audit issues. Periodically provides information for management and the Board of Trustees Finance and Audit Committee on the status and results of audits. Reports on the sufficiency of department resources, budget and staffing annually.
-Performs consulting services to assist management in meeting its objectives. Consulting services range from formal engagements with defined scope and objectives, to advisory activities, such as participating in standing or ad hoc committees or project teams. Consulting may also include informal guidance provided on an as-needed basis.
-Maintains a comprehensive enterprise risk management program and assists management and the Board of Trustees with addressing key risk exposures. Designed and manages a compliance database of University legal requirements and responsible staff. Works with General Counsel to administer the University's anonymous reporting hotline.
-Develops staff for promotion to senior roles in auditing, finance, and business affairs. Adheres to The Institute of Internal Auditors' mandatory guidance and standards. Established and maintains a quality assurance program to assure the operation conforms to the IIA Standards. Quality is validated through external assessments.
-Coordinates with other University control and monitoring functions and acts as a liaison for audits performed by external audit agencies. Negotiates the external audit contract with independent public accountants and the Auditor of State representatives. Considers scope of others to provide optimal audit coverage and overall cost.
Bachelor's degree in Accountancy, Business, Information Systems or related field upon hire; more than 6 years of audit experience in higher education or environments of comparable size and complexity; Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA).
Master's degree; Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA).
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Excellent analytical, interpersonal, and communication skills.
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Advertised: 18 Jan 2022 Eastern Standard Time