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17:INV-054: Senior Auditor
CompanyEnterprise Community Investment
DepartmentAudit & Management Services
LocationColumbia, MD
Job Summary

Under supervision of the Chief Audit Executive, the Senior Auditor prepares audit programs, plans and executes financial, compliance and operational audits throughout the organization.  Incumbent must be comfortable in performing an audit and writing the report with minimal supervision

Job Responsibilities
  • Plans the audit engagement, sets the audit objectives and prepares the audit program for approval by the CAE;
  • Performs the audit procedures in accordance with written audit programs and established standards;
  • Interprets company policies and procedures, industry, government and regulatory rules and regulations and applies to specific tests performed;
  • Evaluates adequacy of existing financial and operational procedures and controls in light of the results of tests performed;
  • Prepares supporting workpapers documenting results of tests performed;
  • Identifies unusual or exception items during testing and prepares audit findings for review by the CAE;
  • Prepares written audit reports, for review by the CAE, summarizing results of tests performed, and presenting feasible & effective recommendations to strengthen management controls;
  • Develops a good working relationship with auditees during the reviews performed ensuring that effective two-way communication occurs;
  • Maintains high audit standards as outlined in AMS Manuals & guidance;
  • Provides input into the establishment of the annual audit plan; and,
  • Performs other activities or special projects as assigned by the CAE.  
  • Minimum of 3+ years experience in public accounting or private industry with an emphasis in financial, compliance and operational auditing.  Helpful if experience is in financial services or housing related industries.  Exposure to IT audits and fraud investigations would be an asset.
  • BA/BS in accounting, business related field or finance required.  CPA, CIA or other related professional certifications preferable.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills needed.  Must possess a positive attitude that reflects initiative, enthusiasm, teamwork, dependability and self-confidence.  Excels both at working independently or as a team member.  The ability to negotiate and demonstrate diplomacy in sensitive situations is critical.
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