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Director, Internal Audit
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New Jersey City University | Jersey City, NJ
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Director, Internal Audit

New Jersey City University (NJCU) is establishing a Director of Internal Audit position to develop and perform comprehensive financial, operational and compliance audits to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of the University's internal controls. This position has a reporting structure to the President and the Board of Trustees, and works collaboratively with University Senior Executive Management, as designated by the President, including assessment and assignment of projects and for consultation and direction on assignments and key accountabilities.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops an annual or rolling risk assessment and audit plan.
  • Performs financial, compliance, IT and operational internal audits including planning and development of audit programs.
  • Performs audit testing and identifies appropriate controls and key business risks; evaluates the adequacy of the controls designed to manage those risks; discusses strengths and opportunities for improvement with management and develops recommendations for improvement.
  • Analyzes and appraises complex operational processes and provides an objective opinion on the efficiency and effectiveness of the operations and notes any process improvement opportunities.
  • Prepares organized, accurate and competent work papers ensuring that documentation clearly supports the conclusions regarding each audit objective.
  • Provides information and sound recommendations to management, prepares written reports and works with management to obtain agreement on action plans to address audit issues; makes presentations to management, as needed.
  • Provides training to managers on internal controls, business risks, fraud and other related topics.
  • Informs the President and institutional key leaders of audit progress; manages the audit so that time is efficiently used, deadlines and budgets are met, and departmental quality assurance standards are maintained.
  • Performs other duties as assigned, including involvement with departmental and institutional improvement teams and task forces, training initiatives, and other program support activities.
  • Serves as the institutional risk management policy coordinator with responsibility for facilitating and implementing the Enterprise Risk Management program. The internal audit director will not be assigned ownership of individual risks.
  • Serves as the primary coordinator for implementation of the compliance and ethics program to include oversight of the compliance and ethics hotline.
  • Applies internal auditing standards and techniques and demonstrates project management skills.
  • Knowledge of and compliance with the Institute of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics.
  • Manages and/or conducts special investigations as assigned/required.
  • Implements strategic initiatives and direction as provided by the President or designee and Board of Trustees.
  • Works directly with institution senior leadership to communicate audit findings and investigate conflicts. 


Requirements:

  • Bachelors degree in Accounting from an accredited college or university.
  • Minimum of 5 years of relevant experience in auditing and higher education or other relevant experience. 
  • Thorough knowledge of internal auditing standards and techniques and Enterprise Risk Management methodologies. 
  • Strong customer service orientation. 
  • Demonstrated project management skills. 
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills, both oral and written, to interact effectively and professionally with faculty, staff and the public. 
  • Knowledge of and compliance with the Institute of Internal Auditors Code of Ethics and International Professional Practices Framework. 
  • Knowledge of leading-edge internal audit activity practices, audit techniques and automated audit tools. 
  • Strong analytical skills. 
  • Must be a self-starter, able to work independently or as part of a team and make decisions with minimal supervision. 
  • Able to maintain positive team relationships by demonstrating and supporting initiative, willingness to learn, flexibility, respect, cooperation and commitment to the success of the Internal Audit Department.
  • Works well under pressure, excellent time management and organization skills. 

Apply online no later than September 19, 2018.
An Equal Opportunity Employer.


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About New Jersey City University

NJCU improves to 7-8-0 overall and now stands 7-2 this year in non-conference games. NJCU, which snapped a two-game losing streak with the victory, is just two wins shy of the 1994 club record of nine victories with three games remaining. All seven of NJCU's victories this year have been shutouts. It was the first meeting between NJCU and Penn State-Berks (1-12) in women's soccer. NJCU outshot PSU-Berks, 21-8. Feehan increased her all-time program career records to 33 goals, 26 assists and 92 points, by collecting the ninth multiple-goal game of her career. Feehan increased her 2007 season totals to seven goals, 11 assists and 25 points. The 11 assists break Carine Carvalheiro's 2005 single-season record of nine. It's the second time in her career she has had at least 25 points in a season. She became the first player in program history to have eight points in a game twice in a career, and those eight points are tied for second most in single-game school history. Albuja scored a goal for the fourth consecutive game and the 11th time in 15 games overall, extending her single-season school records for goals and points. Albuja, who will have three years to chase down Feehan's program records, moved into third place in program history with 47 career points, passing Kelly Daly's mark of 46 points from 2004-05 (18 goals, 10 assists). NJCU also received a goal and an assist from freshman forward JUANITA SARRIA (Englewood, NJ/Dwight Morrow) and a goal from sophomore forward MICHELLE VASQUEZ (Harrison, NJ/Harrison). Freshman defender ASHLEY WELCH (Pennsville, NJ/Pennsville Memorial) and senior midfielder NINA CELUCH (North Haledon, NJ/Immaculate Conception (Lodi)) added single assists. NJCU freshman keeper KELLY REILLY (Pennsville, NJ/Pennsville Memorial) made two saves to extend her single-season and career shutout records to seven. Sophomore keeper Liz Menna (Harleysville, PA/Abington Friends) made one stop for PSU-Berks. For the sixth time this season, Albuja scored the first goal of a game for NJCU, netting her fourth game-winner just 4:53 into the contest. After receiving a feed from Feehan, she lofted a straight-on shot from 18 yards out over the opposing keeper's head for a 1-0 lead. At 37:59 of the period, NJCU scored an almost identical goal as Albuja notched her third assist of the year, setting up Feehan for a 2-0 lead. NJCU led 2-0 at the half. Sarria collected her third goal of the year at 65:01 off a feed from Welch, who picked up her fourth assist, as Sarria stuck a shot under the crossbar from 12 yards out in the middle of the box. Feehan made it a 4-0 advantage at 67:58. Sarria, who earned her first career assist, found Feehan open for a 15-yard shot, which she bent into the upper right corner. Vasquez tallied her fourth goal of the year at 81:40 as Feehan delivered a beautiful thru ball into the right side of the box near the penalty mark. Vasquez pounded a shot inside the left post for a 5-0 lead. Feehan capped the scoring at 87:19 when she received a pass from Celuch 10 yards out on the right side and bent a shot across the goalmouth inside the left post to complete the hat trick. The assist was Celuch's first point of the season. NJCU returns to action on Wednesday, October 17 when it hosts Rowan University in a New Jersey Athletic Conference at 3:30 p.m. at the Robert L. McNulty Memorial Soccer Field. It is a make-up of a September 22 postponement.