Senior Manager, Internal Audit
AAA Southern New England - Providence, RI

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AAA is a civic, not-for-profit organization rendering valuable service to the public, as well as many specialized services for the exclusive benefit of its members such as Automotive Services, Financial Services, Insurance and Travel. AAA Southern New England employees help and serve as a way of life. Through a 100-year legacy of service stewardship, our employees make valuable contributions to our workplace and the community that surrounds us.

SUMMARY

Prepares audit programs, executes audits, reports findings and summarizes results of various business lines / cost centers / branches for compliance with plans, policies and procedures; assists business lines / costs centers / branches with the implementation of recommendations to further improve and / or enhance controls with the department / cost center / branch; determines proper accountability of assets through inventory confirmation; alerts executive management to exposure issues, inappropriate activity and negative cost trends; summarizes activities in reports.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Responsible for developing and executing a long-term internal audit plan to focus on club-wide controls in addition to business line / cost centers / branch related controls. Develops, monitors and modifies an audit methodology, including deliverables, for the Club to include the generation of standard audit programs, audit procedures, work papers, findings and related reports. Performs audits of various business lines / cost centers / branches, including inventory verification (batteries, glass, attraction tickets, etc.), policies and procedures, controls over cash processing, safeguarding of club assets, etc. Employs the use of statistical sampling when appropriate and documents relevant facts and information that supports the work performed and conclusions drawn so others can follow logic and methods. Prepares reports of findings for executive management highlighting areas of redundancy, inefficiency, control weaknesses or abuse. Performs follow up procedures on all findings noted to ensure corrective action has been made. Assists in the preparation of presentations for the finance and audit committee; makes recommendations, establishes, and/or modifies existing internal controls as deemed necessary for procedural changes as required.
• Responsible for working with business lines / cost centers / branches to establish, document and maintain written procedures manuals for processes used. This includes auditing such documentation on an on-going basis to ensure documented procedures are appropriate and accurate. Consults on control issues associated with the design and implementation of significant new systems, policies and procedures and provides necessary corrective recommendations when deficiencies are discovered.
• Responsible for branch audits to ensure compliance with branch procedures, develop findings and develop a follow-up plan to test implementation. Develop relationship with external auditors to enable them to rely on internal audit procedures / documentation.
• Provide leadership and direction to the internal audit team. Interview, select, develop and manage the employment and performance of employees within this team.
QUALIFICATIONS:
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting and completion of CPA, CIA, and/or CFE exam preferred. A minimum of five years of internal auditing or related field experience required (financial, inventory, processes preferred) including preparation of audit programs, workpapers, findings documentation and report preparation for executive management. Minimum of 2 years supervisory experience and strong leadership skills for mentoring and motivating both direct reports and others required. Knowledge of data extraction software a plus. Strong analytical and interpersonal skills with attention to detail required. Must have the ability to remain objective in presenting details and facts. Ability to work independently with a high degree of judgment. Must be able to build strong internal working relationships and to function as part of a team. Strong communication skills required. Must acquire a comprehensive knowledge of the operational policies and practices of all business lines. Must have a working knowledge of department and business line software applications as well as complete familiarity with the Microsoft Office family of products.

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