Job Description Summary
Location(s):United States of America
Job Posting End Date:Not Available
Job Description Summary:The Senior Auditor role within the Corporate Audit Department will participate in the planning, execution and communication of results related to internal audits within Corporate Headquarters, the North America Group and the Integrated Services shared services organization. The position will be responsible for assessing the adequacy of internal control processes and procedures in place and for evaluating compliance with established Company policies and procedures and U.S. GAAP. Strong verbal and written communication skills are required. Candidates should demonstrate the ability to contribute in a dynamic team environment while maintaining accountability for individual objectives and goals. CPA or CIA certification is preferred. Ability to travel up to approximately 20% during the year (multi-week engagements) is required.
Function Specific Activities
- Inspect overall internal control processes to determine accuracy of financial statement account balances and compliance with laws and regulations, company policies and procedures, and GAAP.
- Ensure Company resources (e.g., cash, physical assets, property, computer equipment/software/passwords and personnel information) are used effectively and efficiently in the process of achieving long-term growth in the value of the Company.
- Write draft audit comment that summarizes audit findings and recommendations and discuss the validity of the comment with the responsible client employee.
- Prepare written audit report provided to client and senior management that incorporates the individual audit comments and summarizes the scope, significant issues, and overall audit ranking.
- Gather reports, designs, records, bill, or invoices in order to test key control attributes.
- Inspect individual transactions in books of original entry (e.g., general ledger, AP subledger, inventory systems) to determine compliance with laws and regulations, company policies and procedures, contract compliance, and GAAP.
- Review data (e.g., trial balances, reconciliations, internal analysis) regarding material assets, net worth, liabilities, capital stock, surplus, income, and expenditures in order to ensure accuracy of the data.
- Update audit comments based on feedback from status meetings, the client responsible, audit team members, and audit manager.
- Determine the overall audit opinion on the internal control systems for the auditee based on the number and severity of the audit findings.
- Review and edit written audit report addressed to client and senior management to ensure content accuracy.
- Bachelor's Degree
Related Work Experience:
- At least 3 years
- Drives Innovative Business Improvements: Develops new insights into solutions that result in organizational improvements; promotes a work environment that fosters creative thinking, innovation and rational risk-taking.
- Balances Immediate and Long-Term Priorities: Seeks to meet critical objectives while considering the impact of those decisions and activities on the ability to achieve long-term goals.
- Delivers Results: Focuses on the critical few objectives that add the most value and channels own and others' energy to consistently deliver results that meet or exceed expectations.
- Imports and Exports Good Ideas: Relentlessly seeks, shares and adopts ideas and best practices in and outside the Company and embraces change introduced by others.
- Develops and Inspires Others: Builds and maintains relationships that motivate, guide, and/or reinforce the performance of others toward goal accomplishments. Develops self and others to improve performance in current role and to prepare for future roles; seeks and provides feedback and coaching to enhance performance.
- Lives the Values: Demonstrates the values of The Coca-Cola Company through words, actions, and by example; fosters an environment that reflects the values of the company.
- Generally Accepted Accounting Principles. Knowledge of U.S. and local Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
- Balance Sheet Reconciliation. Ability to compare data from various data sources and identify inconsistencies or variances.
- Data Collection. Knowledge of data collection methods. This includes obtaining information through reading, interviews, observations, and surveys.
- Determining Financial Impact: Understanding the financial consequences of decisions; understanding economic value for the system; acting as an owner of the business and making decisions that ensure long-term value.
- Audit Interviewing. Ability to question individuals in order to gather and understand facts about processes, events, or transactions.
- Professional Skepticism. Ability and inclination to tactfully yet forcefully pursue understanding and verification to the point of reasonable assurance.
- Objectivity. Ability to remain independent and objective when performing audits. This includes adhering to the facts and standards (e.g., GAAP, Standards, Practices, and Procedures) and not being unduly influenced by operating management.
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