The University ofTennessee is recruiting for the following internal audit position located in Knoxville,Tennessee.
JobSummary/Essential Job Functions:Responsibilitiesinclude conducting assigned audits, consultingengagements, investigations, and other projects that provide objective and independent evaluations to reduce the university'srisk and improve its operations. Auditor IIs are responsible for managingprojects, which could require providing work direction to others; conducting engagementlevel risk analysis and defining audit objectives; developing audit programsand/or project plans; collecting and analyzing appropriate types of information;preparing thorough, well organized workpapers; identifying and developingissues; collaborating with audit clients to provide effective recommendations;and drafting reports. This position is located in Knoxville and will reportdirectly to the Audit Manager. Audits are for university operations statewide and occasional travel,approximately 15%, is required.
·Bachelor'sdegree in accounting or other relevant field.
·Twoyears of experience in internal auditing, information systems auditing,consulting, investigations, or other applicable experience which involvesevaluating controls over business processes, the efficiency and effectivenessof operations, and compliance with policies/regulations/laws.
·Master'sdegree or professional certification, such as Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Certification (or eligibility forcertification).
·Experienceworking in an internal audit function, using data analytics tools, auditing in highereducation, or working in an administrative role in higher education.
Internal Number: 169027
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