Temporary Senior Auditor III
Senior Auditor III
Our client, a leading West Coast bank recognized for continually advancing industry standards, is looking for a Senior Auditor III for their Tigard, OR. location. In this role, you will conduct and/or lead internal audits and participate in special projects relating to a wide range of bank operations, regulatory compliance, risk management, and finance and accounting functions. You will perform and lead risk assessments, audits, and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) testing to independently evaluate the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls that are designed to ensure the achievement of management's operating objectives, compliance with applicable laws and regulations, and reliability of financial statements and other reporting. You'll coach and train less experienced staff and lead key audit meetings, including briefing the Chief Audit Executive and other senior management regarding the results of work performed.
Contract: 3+ months.
- Lead research activities relating to the business area/function being audited, lead and document risk assessment and planning activities, define and execute more complex audit work program steps, document work performed, draft audit results/conclusions, and review audit procedures and work products of others.
- Lead audits or special projects. May be responsible for leading or program-managing certain Internal Audit department activities of areas requiring more specialized or technical expertise.
- Compile and maintain audit work papers in conformity with departmental quality standards and guidelines promulgated by the Institute of Internal Auditors. Review work papers created by others and provide coaching feedback to less experienced auditors.
- Execute assigned tasks in conformity with deadlines and budget expectations.
- Keep the Audit Manager informed of progress, impediments, and the results of fieldwork. Independently navigate through or around roadblocks, timing delays, and other challenges. Produce informative status reports and other Internal Audit correspondence.
- Lead discussions with audit clients/management regarding results of testing to validate facts and circumstances; formulate and substantiate audit testing conclusions and/or reportable findings.
- Identify and assess control enhancements or opportunities for management to improve the efficiency or effectiveness of operations.
- Assist in responding to information requests or requests for assistance from external auditors, regulatory examiners, and other bank departments.
- Perform and lead assigned SOX testing procedures.
- May be assigned to lead testing activities relating to a larger subset of the annual SOX testing requirements.
- Lead the work of other auditors on assigned engagements.
- Demonstrate compliance with all bank regulations that apply to your position and keep up to date on regulation changes.
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance, Economics, or related business field or equivalent experience.
- MBA other Master's degree, or advanced certification preferred.
- 4 to 6 years of experience in internal or external audit, compliance, risk management, or SOX; total years of experience may take into consideration other relevant banking, finance, operations, or technology experience.
- CPA, CIA, CISA, CRCM, CAMS or comparable audit, accounting, compliance, or risk management certification required.
- Familiarity with banking and financial services regulatory requirements, such as FDIC, FRB, or CFPB.
- Knowledge of and practical experience with advanced accounting and finance, risk assessment, internal control, and auditing concepts/methods.
**We are unable to accommodate corp. to corp. candidates**
About Motus Recruiting and Staffing, Inc:
Founded in 2006, Motus is an award-winning recruiting and staffing firm in the Pacific Northwest, specializing in professional services and technology solutions. We are a group of people who not only recognize the importance of representation, but actively fight for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the recruitment process. Our goal is to educate organizations on the importance of DEI when hiring, promoting, and supporting diverse employees. We are calling organizations to demonstrate their commitment to DEI by being intentional about who they hire. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.
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