|Posted on:||Thursday, March 7, 2019|
The Audit Manager is primarily responsible for the execution of the annual audit plan, leading the completion of Sarbanes-Oxley required audit work (Finance and It) as well as any other ad-hoc projects, reviews, or advisory roles required for support of the business. The Audit Manager will be expected to execute projects and audits, both domestically and internationally, with little to no supervision. The role will be critical in developing relationships across all levels of the organization such that Internal Audit is viewed as a business partner. The Audit Manager will be required to provide advisory and interpretive services to others to use in making critical decisions to ensure financial and regulatory compliance. Additionally, the individual will assist the company in managing strategic risks, as well as improving and/or developing efficient and effective business processes. The Audit Manager will also be responsible for promoting an internal control environment that will provide an optimum balance between adequate flexibility and proper accountability. Lastly, this role will work closely with the VP of Internal Audit to support the completion of the annual risk assessment, tracking of key performance metrics, and thought leadership in developing material for the ConMed Audit Committee.
Risk Based Audits (Up to 50% of time):
Execution of the annual risk-based audit plan as directed by the VP of Internal Audit. The audits will consist of Financial, Operational, IT, Compliance and select third parties.
Key responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Sarbanes-Oxley (Up to 30% of time):
Responsible for completing SOX audit requirements (Finance and IT) for the Company in conjunction with the VP of Internal Audit.
Project-Based Support (Up to 20% of time):
Participate in Company-wide committees to improve or develop efficient and effective business processes as assigned by the VP of Internal Audit. In addition, identify and communicate best practices, manage strategic risks and foster the appropriate levels of controls for business and financial risk.
Perform special projects and/or analysis of potential value-added opportunities as assigned by the VP of Internal Audit. This may include the following: