Internal Auditor
Intuit - San Diego, CA

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drives business growth and profitability through strategic, financial and operational leadership. Our team is comprised of finance, accounting, supply chain, corporate strategy & development and tax professionals that support and enhance Intuit's operating efficiencies.

The Internal Audit department seeks a self-starter with strong technical skills, the capability to think and act independently, and the desire and ability to lead and inspire others.

Primary responsibilities may include the following:
  • Assessing risk around key internal controls over financial reporting and other key controls that support an effective COSO/COBIT internal control environment.
  • With minimal direction from Internal Audit management, ability to compile and interpret key data points that will facilitate a risk based approach to implementing and maintaining a strong internal control environment.
  • Perform technical analysis to ensure financial integrity and compliance with generally accepted accounting principles.
  • Support internal customers through project management, training, education, consultation, data reporting and analysis.
  • With minimal oversight, scope, plan, lead and execute internal control testing.
  • Gain client agreement on root cause of issues and appropriate corrective actions while maintaining positive client relationships.
  • Under limited supervision, act in an advisory and consulting role, including monitoring management's progress on remediation activities.
  • Must be comfortable working in ambiguous and/or stressful situations. The candidate must be flexible, able to change priorities quickly, and have the capacity to handle multiple tasks simultaneously.
  • Apply good judgment and decision-making skills in helping management prioritize and determine the most important risks that they need to focus on.
  • Contribute to department improvement initiatives (e.g., identifying and implementing process improvements, designing and building small automation tools for use by the entire department).
  • Perform walkthroughs of key processes to validate process documentation and risk identification.
  • Participate in systems upgrades and enhancements as necessary to ensure that internal controls over financial reporting are adequately identified and addressed.
Advise & assist process owners (PO's) with the following:
  • Identify PO's and necessary resources required to meet timelines.
  • Training on risk assessment, internal control identification and general deliverables.
  • Update process documentation and risk assessment.
  • Detect missing internal controls.
  • Create internal control test plan.
  • Perform testing of key controls.
  • Classify and evaluate effectiveness of each control.
  • Review test results.
  • Monitor deficiency remediation.
  • Review operating effectiveness of key controls and tests.

  • Bachelor's degree in Accounting (Business).
  • Experience working for a "Big 4" (or public) audit firm or internal audit SOX related experience (Minimum of 7-8 years).
  • Ability to travel to other sites as needed, up to 25%.
  • CPA or CPA Candidate
  • Strong understanding of larger-company finance and accounting and internal control practices.
  • Confidence, good judgment, energy and personality to work in a dynamic, multi-business unit environment across all levels of management and across business units and functions. Must be able to drive change in a fast-moving environment and work effectively across the organization, with operational as well as financial people.
  • Strong technical accounting skills; ability to research and understand technical details, but also interpret and present in lay terms to non-technical finance and other business partners.
  • Strong attention to detail, excellent organizational and multi-tasking skills, strong written and oral communication skills, strong PC, worksheet and word processing skills.
  • Experience with financial system implementations a plus.
  • Background in documenting, designing and testing internal controls a plus.
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Internal Audit

Primary Location

United States of America-California-San Diego



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