Internal Auditor
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC - Aiken, SC

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Plan, schedule, direct and conduct financial, performance, information systems, and subcontract audits to evaluate an entity's internal control structure; to evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of operations, determine the extent of compliance with policies, procedures, DOE Orders and Directives, Federal Acquisition Regulations, and Government Cost Accounting Standards, and make recommendations for improvement. Ensure that audit performance is consistent with the professional standards of the Institute of Internal Auditors, SRNS Audit Standards and Guidelines, and requirements of the SRNS Prime Contract. Perform adequate testing, including associated documentation, to achieve audit objectives. Perform follow up reviews to ensure reasonableness/responsiveness and timeliness of the auditee corrective actions. Perform administrative functions of the Department on special projects as requested.

Provide leadership, guidance, and assistance to less experienced auditors in order to improve their knowledge of government regulations, audit techniques, report writing, and interpersonal skills. Plan, coordinate and direct operational, financial and performance audits to determine the extent of compliance with policies, procedures, DOE regulations, Federal Acquisition Regulations and the SRNS Prime Contract. Make recommendations to resolve non-compliance issues and follow up as appropriate to ensure that corrective actions are implemented. Assist the audit manager in assessing potential risks, developing audit plans, and other administrative requirements. Propose audit priorities, schedules, and specific audit assignments. Ensure that audit work papers are prepared and maintained and audits are conducted in accordance with the SRNS Audit Standards and Guidelines, Institute of Internal Auditors Standards, and AICPA Statements on Auditing Standards. Review work performed by other staff auditors to ensure adequacy of audit scope and documentation, significance of audit findings and soundness of recommendations. Develop and maintain contact with external organizations (government, private, and professional) to ensure compliance with changing auditing standards and government regulations and to identify new audit techniques and technology. Develop and implement innovative, efficient and effective strategies for audit performance. Serve as liaison between Procurement function and DOE/DCAA in requesting external audit services. Provide detailed multi-platform electronic data related to audit detailed testing. Design, program and execute detailed testing to provide 100% accuracy and dependability to the audit team and senior management. Develop audit reports which identify compliance, control and cost effectiveness weaknesses and render appropriate, cost- effective recommendations for improvement. Perform special assignments as assigned.



Other Major

Business Administration, Accounting or related degree

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Basic Qualifications

(Quantifiable; e.g. Three Years Experience, Bachelors Degree)

(Quantifiable; e.g. Three Years Experience, Bachelors Degree)" > Bachelors degree, emphasis in Business Administration. Concentration in business, accounting, economics, or management. 2 to 5 years related government, commercial or public accounting experience required. Prior internal audit experience preferred. Advance degree is desirable. A solid understanding and application of Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and other professional auditing standards and techniques for conducting audits is required. Working knowledge of personal computers, including word processing and spreadsheet applications, and computer assisted audit techniques. For those primarily auditing Information Systems, detailed knowledge of computer technology issues including security, data processing, storage, telecommunications, and disaster recovery contingency planning are required. Knowledge of Defense Contract Audit Manual, the pertinent laws and procurement regulations, and knowledge of varied automated and manual accounting systems, Savannah River Site (SRS) Financial and Procurement operations, Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) or Department of Energy Acquisition Regulations (DEAR), Cost Accounting Standards (CAS) and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) preferred.

Other Basic Requirements

(Subjective; e.g. Excellent Communication Skills)

(Subjective; e.g. Excellent Communication Skills)" > Desirable Qualifications:

Working knowledge of electronic work papers

Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)

Minimum Degree Required


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