Internal Audit Manager
The primary mission of the Internal Audit Manager is to integrate audit services to provide the company with executive management and the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors with assurance as to the adequacy and effectiveness of the system of internal control throughout the company. In this regard, the Internal Audit Manager will inform them as to the effectiveness and efficiency of operations, reliability of financial reporting, and compliance with applicable laws and regulations via concise, effective audit reports and other ad hoc communications. The Internal Assurance department is part of the overall control/risk management environment established by executive management and the Board of Directors, which resulted in the creation of the Vice President, Internal Assurance to whom this position reports. The Internal Audit Manager will help ensure that business managers fulfill their responsibilities for managing risk while making certain the objectives of the organization are accomplished and the directives of management are carried out. To achieve these objectives, Internal Audit Manager will provide strategic direction and leadership in the areas of Internal Auditing and Enterprise Risk Management throughout the corporation. Specifically, the Internal Audit Manager will manage internal audit assignments throughout the company, utilizing staff from consulting firms, internal staff, as well as performing audits in a single contributor role. The IA Manager should make recommendations that add value ensuring maximum payback to the entity or process under review.