Senior Internal Auditor - RemoteJob ID 171224BR Date posted 01/14/2022
- Rochester, Minnesota
- Full Time
- Risk Management
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Responsible for leading the development, implementation, and evaluation of strategic, financial, operational, and/or compliance internal audits for assigned organizational areas and functional activities throughout Mayo Clinic in accordance with the audit plan approved by the Audit and Compliance Committee.
Assist the Senior II with preparing risk assessments, preparing audit programs, gathering and analyzing accurate and relevant information.
May participate on strategic priority teams.
May participate in the recruiting and hiring of audit staff.
Performs audit fieldwork activities, including interviews/walkthroughs, creating end-to-end process maps, performing risk and control analysis, and developing and documenting testing.
Documents testing and related results, ensuring testing objectives are achieved and conclusions reached are adequately supported, summarizing written findings to be considered for reporting.
Completes project assignments to ensure within time schedules while also meeting quality requirements and communicating any potential delays.
Prepares formal written draft reports, expressing conclusion on the design and/or operating effectiveness of the risks and related controls in scope for review.
Works collaboratively in a team structure leveraging project management skills/tools.
Interprets and applies industry, accounting, regulatory, and internal audit standards.
Displays a solution-oriented approach and sense of commitment to getting results and completing project assignments, effectively handling multiple ambiguous activities at one time.
Proactively identifies and communicates problems and opportunities; seeks input and participates in implementing innovative solutions or process improvements.
Communicates and presents information effectively to various audiences, including Audit project leadership, while simultaneously building credibility, rapport, and solid relationship.
Demonstrates professional oral and written communication skills, including concise and well written audit reports.
Applies advanced auditing concepts and analytical thinking to project assignments.
Pursues relevant information to use in complex problem-solving, root cause analysis and decision-making.
Stays current in knowledge of the healthcare industry, regulatory requirements, accounting and audit standards, and analytical tools, researching topics as necessary to identify risks and audit objectives.
Ad-hoc travel may be required, as work activities warrant (e.g. team on-site meetings and/or training).
Bachelor's degree from an accredited university in a relevant field of study, with at least three years of relevant experience.
Public accounting (with regional or Big 4 accounting firm) and/or healthcare experience preferred.
License or certification
Certification (CPA, CIA, CISA, CISSP or CFE) preferred.
Required education, experience, and tenure may be considered along with internal equity when job offers are extended. The salary range every 2 weeks is approx. $3171.20-$4439.20 based on a full-time position.
Hours / Pay period
Monday - Friday 8-5. This position is 100% remote; can work anywhere in the U.S.
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