vision of the digital future is driven by the needs and aspirations of our
business customers and millions of consumers around the world who use our
products every day. We share their dream to live a fuller life by providing
ways of working smarter and enjoying the rewards of technological advances. At
Panasonic, our success depends on every single employee's contributions -
because the more we grow as individuals, the more we grow as a company.
Panasonic Corporation of North America (PNA) is seeking a Senior Audit Manager.
Under the general guidance of the group manager, the Senior Audit Manager
performs financial, operational, and SOX audits in assigned areas. Compliance activities will be conducted as
Panasonic, we are constantly striving to improve and grow both personally and
professionally. We put our customer first, and demand only the best. We are
looking for those that share our passion.
execute and supervise assigned audits:
Identifying and researching
applicable operational and technical issues
Effectively applying knowledge
of PNA’s operations and industry practices to audit matters
controls as responsive to risks and
Testing controls to provide
reasonable assurance that controls are operating as designed and
objectives will be achieved
Ensuring compliance with
existing accounting policies and desk procedures through regular
Performing all activities in a
timely and cost-effective manner
appropriate working relationships with
management and support personnel under audit while:
Always maintaining independence
Providing timely and
value-added reporting to management,
Recommending improvements to
business processes, procedures and policies to mitigate risk.
Can handle sensitive situations
Can support new ideas, systems,
procedures, and determine how to add value.
Supports external auditors by
providing direct assistance or performing assigned tasks to permit
reliance upon internal auditors testing and documentation.
Prepare formal report comments
outlining scopes, objectives, procedures performed and recommendations of
appropriate corrective actions
Monitor the status of
corrective actions as timely and responsive to risk mitigation
Maintain concise, up-to-date
records of audit plans, findings, work papers, reports and other
supporting documentation for all related reviews performed by IA.
Routinely inform the Group
Manager of activities and any problems noted within audit areas
Perform other related duties as
BS/BA Degree in Accounting or Finance. CPA, CIA, or MBA preferred.
4- 6 years public accounting or 8-10 years Internal Audit experience , with 2
- 3 years SOX compliance highly preferred.
Strong understanding of U.S. GAAP (ASC), GAAS, and PCAOB standards. Computer
literacy in spreadsheet, VISIO, word processing, e-mail and related software
required. Hands-on knowledge of SAP (or equivalent) required. He or she should
have analytical abilities to conduct research and also possess the ability to
develop efficient methods of compiling reports. Maintains skill-sets by
following professional standards set by IIA
such as IPPF internal audit standards.
leadership and teamwork skills. This
includes effectively participating and contributing to the attainment of group
goals and sharing information and resources with other group members.
high standard of ethics discipline and professionalism.
seeks mutual understanding.
fosters open communications.
and expresses ideas clearly, whether written or verbal.
to an environment that’s as innovative as our products, we offer competitive
salaries and benefits.We are committed to creating a diverse work environment
and proud to be an equal opportunity employer (m/f/d/v).