The President’s Letter
Thanks to each of you who attended the February meeting –
it was our annual Student Day and we had a great turnout! As
you read through this edition of eNews, stop for a minute to
review the list of new Chapter members - I am amazed at the
number of new members this year! We have approximately 2,400
members today, which represents a 15% increase from the
prior year. The Chapter’s primary goal is to serve its
members so if you have any suggestions for new offerings,
please feel free to contact me or another Officer.
have not yet signed up for the Fraud Summit on March 28th,
make sure you do it today - less than 50 spots remain! Neil
Weinberg, Senior Editor of Forbes magazine, and co-author of
the book Stolen Without A Gun will talk about what he has
learned about those that commit fraud while researching this
book, as well as his main articles on corporate governance.
In addition, each person attending the conference will
receive a copy of the book!
Our next CIA recognition
ceremony will be held on April 3rd during our monthly
meeting. Each member that passed the exam in November will
be receiving an invitation to the ceremony. Join us in
honoring the newest additions to the CIA certification!
in April we will honor the volunteers! There are
approximately 75 members who spend anywhere from an hour to
eight hours each month supporting Chapter activities.
your calendars now for the May meeting – this is not only
the last meeting before we take a break for the Summer but
it is also our joint meeting with the FW IIA chapter. We
will meet at the Ballpark in Arlington on May 14th for lunch
and an afternoon game. This is a great way to network, earn
some CE, and engage in a little team building. Let’s go
Rangers! Finally, in February the Nominating Committee
announced its slate of Officer and Board of Governor
nominations for 2008 – 2009. They are as follows:
|Officers – serving one
President – Jay Blanchard with Texas
1st Vice President – Tom Kiels with
Builders First Source
2nd Vice President – Marc Winandy with
Treasurer – Abe Paul with Tatum LLC
Secretary – Holly Villanueva with JC
|Board of Governors – serving 3 year
Corinne Bryan - Internal
Audit Director of Chase Paymentech Solutions.
Chris Desjardins – Director of Audit
and Consulting Services at Essilor of America.
Randy Earley - Randy is Vice President
of Internal Audit at Idearc Media Inc.
John Morgan - Partner with Deloitte &
David Shackelford - Director of
Internal Audit at Fossil, Inc.
Vickie Tesmer - Director of Audit and
Consulting Services with American Heart
In March you will have the opportunity to nominate other
members to these positions. Then in April we will hold the
elections. Thank you for your support of the Chapter – I
look forward to seeing you at the March meeting!
2007-2008 President - Dallas Chapter IIA
Next Meeting - Thursday, March February 6, 2008
Cityplace Conference Center
Fraud Day - Joint Meeting with the
Dallas Chapter of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners
Lunch Meeting 12:00pm - 1:20pm
Registration begins at 11:30pm
Focus on Fraud Prevention
Alyssa G. Martin, CPA, Weaver and Tidwell
What happens when fraud is detected in an organization? The most
direct cost of that fraud may be measured by the amount of assets
stolen, or in the difference between actual financial performance
and what was presented in misstated reports. Costs may extend to
stockholders, current and retired employees, vendors, customers and
Business disruption accompanies fraud investigations, as do
possible lawsuits and criminal charges. Although more difficult to
quantify, the long-term losses of confidence and trust among all
stakeholders may be the highest costs organizations face when
exposing fraud. Recovering from those losses can take years, and
sometimes the damage is so severe that recovery is not possible.
Fraud prevention efforts focus on keeping companies from having
to confront any of those potential costs. Fraud prevention
safeguards users of the financial statements (public) from earnings
manipulation. It protects company funds and physical assets, and
deters individuals from acting on impulses that spur data
manipulation or theft. Fraud prevention serves the best interests of
Alyssa G. Martin, CPA, is a Dallas Executive Partner of
Weaver and Tidwell in Risk Advisory Services with 18 years of
experience in public accounting as a service line partner over risk
management, internal audit and IT audit services. Ms. Martin joined
Weaver and Tidwell in 1998 through the merger with Hoffman, McBryde
& Co., P.C. The practice has an emphasis in the areas of financial
accounting, business management consulting, strategic planning,
profit enhancement consulting and strategic planning. She also has
experience in the private sector as a controller for a holding
company which retained interest in multiple publicly-traded
Ms. Martin has a Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration/Accounting from the University of Texas at Dallas and
a Masters of Business Administration with specialization in
Taxation, University of Texas at Dallas. She is a member of
Executive Advisory Committee of the Accounting and Information
Management Area of the University of Texas at Dallas’ School of
Management. She is on the TSCPA Today’s CPA Editorial Board, Board
of Directors, and the Leadership Development and Membership
Ms. Martin's Publications include:
- Sarbanes-Oxley Section 404 Assessment: The Devil is in the
Details, cover story, Today’s CPA, November/December 2004
- Making SOX Work for Your Company is Just Good Business, Fort
Worth Business Press, June 2004
- How Section 404 Can Help Deter Fraud, Financial Executives
International Magazine, May 2005
- Get Spreadsheets Under Control, Internal Auditor Magazine,
- Gauging Business Risk, Internal Auditor Magazine, June 2006
- Mitigating Spreadsheet Risks - Sarbanes-Oxley 404 Compliance
Calls for Careful Scrutiny, Today's CPA, September/October 2006
How to Treat the Office as a Crime Scene
Margie Reinhart, Forensic/Strategic Solutions, PC
You never expect one of the Company’s most trusted employees to
embezzle, cook the books, participate in a kickback scheme, or be a
part of any dozens of illegal activity. Unfortunately, the
unexpected happens and suddenly your offices have become a crime
scene. The actions taken may be the difference between whether or
not any of the proceeds of the crime are recovered. The top ten
considerations in dealing with this crime scene will be discussed by
Margie Reinhart, shareholder at Forensic/Strategic Solutions, PC.
Margie Reinhart is a shareholder in Forensic/Strategic Solutions,
PC, formerly Summerford Accountancy, PC. She specializes as a fraud
consultant and forensic accountant with a breadth of experience in
effectively handling forensic and dispute related matters. She works
closely with law firms and corporate executives to serve as an
expert in corporate financial disputes, risk management, internal
audit special projects, litigations and investigations.
Ms. Reinhart has over eleven years’ experience with a Big Four
professional services firm, practicing in both the United States and
Canada. Her experience included serving as a firm leader, increasing
auditor acumen in the area of fraud, including developing policy and
guidance to evaluate antifraud programs and controls and leading the
development of fraud detection training for over 10,000 auditors.
She has spoken to numerous groups about the red flags of fraud, data
mining for errors and abuse, antifraud programs and controls, fraud
vulnerability assessments and financial and reporting abuse.
What to Expect When Your Company is being Investigated by the FBI
Alton Sizemore, Jr., CPA, CFE, Forensic/Strategic Solutions
The discussion will cover what you should know about how the FBI
operates and what you should and should not do during an
investigation of your company. The discussion will include the
practical and legal aspects of criminal investigations including
searches, seizures, interviews and discovery. The perspective for
the discussion from a retired Agent will be what the FBI would want
you to know and how they hope you will act if you find your company
under investigation. It will also include what to expect if you
Alton Sizemore, Jr., CPA, CFE, is Director of
Investigations at Forensic/Strategic Solutions, PC. Mr. Sizemore
specializes in the areas of forensic accounting, fraud examination
and litigation support. He works closely with plaintiff and defense
attorneys, corporate boards, government inspectors general and
governmental agencies. He has qualified as an expert witness in
Retired from the Federal Bureau of Investigation with 25 years
experience, Mr. Sizemore served as Assistant Special Agent in Charge
of the Birmingham division of the FBI, managing programs for
Counterterrorism, Foreign Counterintelligence, Cyber Crime, Public
Corruption, Civil Rights, White Collar Crime, Violent Crimes/Major
Offenders and Drug Fraud. His broad range of experience with the FBI
includes criminal investigations in white-collar crime in many
areas, including business, government, medical and banking.
Mr. Sizemore is faculty member of the Association of Certified
Fraud Examiners and is a frequent guest speaker in the areas of
fraud investigation and forensic accounting.
The $35 member price is for current Dallas IIA members only.
The only exception is when we have joint meetings with other organizations. We
welcome members of other chapters and organizations. However, if
you are not a member of the Dallas Chapter, we request that you
register as a non-member and pay the applicable fee. If you are unsure of your chapter affiliation,
please confirm The IIA’s records are current by logging into
www.theiia.org or calling The
IIA’s customer service line at 1-407-937-1111. Thank you for your
understanding and support of our programs.
meeting is being held at
2711 North Haskell Street, Dallas, Texas 75204
The DART light rail station at Cityplace serves both the
RED and BLUE
lines. Check for schedules, routes and fare information at
Place and confirm your reservation via the
web site at
|Meeting / Luncheon Fees:
Dallas IIA Members: $35
Walk-ins/late registrations (members or non): $45
Reservations and cancellations must be received by 5:00 pm on Friday,
February 29, 2008.
We reserve the right to bill for "no-shows."
We Now Accept Credit Cards - Online Only
The IIA Dallas Chapter, in conjunction with PayPal, will now
accept payment online for the monthly luncheons. There is no change in the cost
to you for the lunch. We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or
eCheck. Note that some corporate-issued cards are not accepted by PayPal. This
service is only available online at the time the reservation is made. This can
be used to pay for individual or group reservations. Follow the instructions on
our web site. If you properly cancel a reservation before the meeting, the
Chapter will either return the funds to you or reserve you for the next meeting.
Any questions, contact Marc Winandy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After you place your reservation online, you will see the
link to pay via PayPal if desired.
Chapter Nominations for Officers and Board of Governors
The Nominations Committee met in January to determine the slate
for officer positions and for the Board of Governors. The Elections
Committee then announced the slate at the February meeting.
The nominees for Chapter Officers for 2008 to 2009 are:
Jay Blanchard (CPA) for President: Jay is Audit Manager
for Texas Instruments. Jay currently serves as the 1st Vice
President and has responsibility for the programs, seminars,
facility arrangements, and certificates of education. He previously
served as 2nd Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary.
Tom Keils (CPA) for 1st Vice President: Tom is the
Director of Internal Audit at Builders FirstSource. Tom currently
serves as the 2nd Vice President and has responsibility for academic
relations, research project, community service project, and
certifications. He previously served as Treasurer and Secretary.
Marc Winandy (CIA, CPA) for 2nd Vice President: Marc is
Audit Manager for McKesson Corporation. Marc currently serves as
Vice President/Treasurer and has responsibility for financial
statements, registration, socials, name badges, and employment
committee. He previously co-chaired the programs committee and
served several years on various other committees.
Abe Paul (CPA) for Vice President/Treasurer: Abe is
Director at Tatum. Abe currently serves as Vice President/Secretary
and has responsibility for membership, the website, communications,
directory, and advertising. He previously co-chaired the programs
committee and served several years on various other committees.
Holly Villanueva (CISA) for Vice President/Secretary:
Holly is Audit Manager at JCPenney. Holly currently serves as the
co-chair for the programs committee and has been instrumental in
organizing and planning the chapter’s monthly meetings. She
previously co-chaired the academic relations committee.
The nominees for the Board of Governors with terms from June 2008
through May 2011 are:
Corinne Bryan (CIA, CPA, CBA): Corinne is Internal Audit
Director of Chase Paymentech Solutions. Corinne is a current member
of the board, the district advisor for the southern region, chair of
the chapter support sub-committee of CRCNA and responsible for the
CAP (Chapter Achievement Program) reporting to the IIA. She previous
served as district representative and president of the chapter.
Chris Desjardins (CPA): Chris is Director, Audit and
Consulting Services at Essilor of America. Chris has been a member
of the IIA for over 20 years and was instrumental in organizing the
CAE roundtable for small audit shops.
Randy Earley (CIA, CISA): Randy is Vice President of
Internal Audit at Idearc Media Inc. Randy has been a member of the
IIA for over 20 years and is actively involved in several CAE
roundtables. He previously chaired the newsletter committee.
John Morgan (CIA): John is a Partner with Deloitte &
Touche. John has served in internal audit leadership roles for most
of his career. He has been a volunteer on IIA international
committees and previously served on the Board of Governors of the
Raleigh North Carolina Chapter.
David Shackelford (CIA, CISA): David is Director of
Internal Audit at Fossil, Inc. David is a current member of the
board, a member of the IIA professional issues committee, and chair
of the chapter’s designated funds committee. He previous served as
the co-chair for the speakers committee for the SMART Conference.
Vickie Tesmer (CPA): Vickie is Director, Audit and
Consulting Services with American Heart Association. Vickie has been
a member of the chapter for 5 years. She currently serves on the
board and is the audit committee chair of a local credit union.
Nominations from the floor, if any, shall be accepted at the
March monthly meeting at which time nominations will be closed.
Elections will be held at the April monthly meeting.
If you are interested in learning more about volunteering for the
Dallas Chapter, please contact Pamela Krakosky at
IIA Research Foundation
The IIA Research Foundation is seeking research proposals to
develop an Internal Audit Activity Risk Analysis Model that takes
into account the significant variables that affect the success of
internal audit in adequately covering the risks in an organization.
If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please see the
attached for more information and the proposal submission form.
Internal Audit Activity Risk Analysis Model RFP
Certification News - New Certifications
Mark your Calendars
Ceremony for Those Passing November 2007 Exam – APRIL 3!
A ceremony to honor the Dallas Chapter members who passed the
November 2007 certification exams is scheduled to be held at the
April 3, 2008 Dallas Chapter meeting. If you passed the November
exam, you will receive an e-mail in March with further instructions.
If you cannot attend the meeting, or have questions, please contact
Toni Messer at email@example.com or 972-883-2693 for assistance.
Mark Your Calendars!
The next Dallas Chapter CIA Review course will presented by Dr.
Glen Sumners, will be held at UTD on September 4-7, 2008.
Computer-based Testing – Change in Date
The IIA is transitioning its certification programs to
computer-based testing (CBT) beginning May 5, 2008. Registration
will begin April 1, 2008. Check their Website in March for more
details on the registration process. For more information on the
transition to CBT, follow this link:
Building Social Rapport
In order to increase our program awareness, the IIA Student
Chapter is working hard to reach out to all students at UTD. One of
our goals this semester is to create a friendly and inviting
atmosphere that students want to become a part of. Our Student
Chapter weekly meetings are a great place to start, and we encourage
all students to attend. This semester the Chapter is also joining an
intramural softball league where our chapter members can represent
the UTD IIA Student Chapter. Upcoming social events also include a
camping trip and a community service project!
This month the advanced auditing class had the opportunity to
visit the largest collection of internal auditing books located at
the UTD Library. As part of the expansion of the UTD Internal Audit
program the library received a donation of a special collection of
internal auditing books from the Internal Auditing Academic
Advancement Fund. The collection is the most extensive current
collection of internal auditing related works maintained by a
library. The collection consists of 190 books of which one is
available for check out and the other will be available
non-circulating in the library. Each student in the advanced
auditing class checked out a book of their choice from the
collection and is required to read and provide a review of the book.
The Student Chapter hopes to use these reviews to educate and
encourage students about internal auditing.
Our biggest issue continues to be the advocacy of the profession
and educating students of the possible careers in internal audit.
All of you can help in the issue by talking to as many students
throughout the year and educating them on the perspective careers
that start in internal audit.
To schedule a reception, site visit, interview or just peruse
resumes contact Mark Salamasick at 972-883-4729 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. The new Student Chapter Resume
Database is available for viewing this month and the interview
process has started. To view the updated resume database for this
semester, please visit the Student Chapter Website at
In order to access the resume postings however, a user id and
password are required so please contact Mark Salamasick to obtain
Please welcome our newest members:
October 2007 New Members
November 2007 New Members
December 2007 New Members
January 2008 New Members
Jing Xian Xi
Report Your Speaking and Writing
It's time again for the survey to determine which IIA Dallas
Chapter members have submitted articles or spoken since February 1. Each
speaking engagement on internal auditing that a Dallas Chapter
member completes will earn the Chapter 1 credit per CPD hour. Each
full article, Roundtable article, Fraud Finding, etc. submitted that
meets basic editorial guidelines will earn 5 credits. For each full
article published 20 credits are earned. Each internal audit related
article published in any other trade or professional journal that is
authored by a chapter member is 5 credits.
To report your writing and speaking go to
http://dallasiia.org/Speaking.htm and complete the provided form
by March 15, 2008.
2008 Fraud Summit
North Texas ISACA Dallas
Dallas Chapter AGA
March 28, 2008
University of Texas at Dallas, School of Management
8 hours of CPE
Lunch and cocktail hour provided
Proceeds benefit the Endorsed Internal Audit Program at UTD
- Neil Weinberg, Senior Editor Forbes magazine, and co-author of the book "Stolen Without A Gun" will talk about what he has learned about those that commit fraud while researching this book, as well as his man articles on corporate governance. In addition, each person attending the conference will receive a copy of the book!
- Mark Loveless - Vernier Networks, on Emerging Issues in the Hacking World
- Andy Bishop & Alan Hampton-IRS Criminal Investigations Division - Money Laundering in Charitable Organizations
- Joe Hendrix-Director Global Investigations/Legal Affairs Office
- Jenna Bond, US Postal Inspection Service - Identity Theft
Register early...2007 Sold Out!
February 1-March 21st: $250 per Person
Register online now!
Are you currently in the job market either voluntarily or
involuntarily? Let the Employment Committee help you. Send us your
resume and we will include you in our resume database. We receive
calls from recruiters and hiring managers for open positions and
will forward your resume if there is a match. We get calls for staff
to director levels, IT to finance, local to out of town. All
inquiries will be handled confidentially.
If you have any questions, please contact Greg Dubis at 972-431-5946 or send him
an e-mail at
email@example.com. We look forward to helping you.
Omni Hotels (2/19/08)
No Job Description for a position can
possibly include all duties that may be requested by guests or required
by the hotel or corporate office. The objective of all positions is to
effectively provide the services personally, or to immediately refer
requests to the appropriate department manager. The following is a
summary of the major responsibilities of the position
Omni Hotels is seeking an Internal Auditor. This position requires
extensive travel. Candidates can be based out of any area of the US with
convenient access to any major airport.
- Examine the effectiveness of all levels of management in their
stewardship of company resources and their compliance with
established policies and procedures.
- Recommend improvements in management controls designed to
safeguard company resources.
- Review procedures and records for their adequacy to accomplish
intended objectives, and appraise policies and plans relating to the
activity or function under audit.
- Prepare detail reports on the results of audit examination,
including recommendations for improvement upon conclusion of the
- Appraise the adequacy of the action taken by operating
management to correct reported deficient conditions.
- Assist operating management in identifying business strengths
and improvement opportunities.
- Prepare and give oral presentation of findings in an audit
wrap-up meeting to the property, area controller and Director of
- Be flexible with audit schedule to be able to work around
special needs of the property being audited.
- Conduct special examinations at the request of management,
including the reviews of representations made by persons outside the
Job Requirements - Qualified candidates will have held the position
of Internal Auditor, Assistant Director of Finance or Director of
Finance within the hospitality industry. Must have working knowledge of
a balance sheet. Must be willing to travel up to 100%. Prefer candidates
in the Dallas Metroplex but will consider someone living in close
proximity to a major airport in other locations.
Please apply at:
Texas Capital Bank (2/19/08)
Texas Capital Bank is a publicly traded commercial bank headquartered
in Dallas that delivers highly personalized financial services to
Texas-based businesses and private client individuals. The Bank
currently has $4.3 billion in assets and has full service locations in
Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio.
Come join the “Best Business Bank in Texas” as the Director of
Internal Audit in our Dallas, Texas headquarters.
Director of Internal Audit
Responsible for designing, developing, managing and administering the
Bank’s internal audit programs to ensure a high level of operational and
- Serves as primary liaison between Audit Committee and any
internally outsourced audit provider.
- Ensures the periodic completion and continuing effectiveness of
an internal risk assessment document to guide the scope and relative
priorities of all internal audit work.
- Coordinates the completion of a comprehensive internal audit
plan and schedule consistent with the results of the Bank’s internal
- Assists in the planning of specific audits as required, ensuring
that all activities conform to established audit policies,
procedures, laws and regulations.
- Works with Executive Management and managers of various business
units to coordinate responses and develop action plans, as
necessary, to respond to deficiencies and/or recommendations
included with the results of all internal audits.
- Participates as a key member of all Committees designed to
increase awareness of critical control issues.
- Provides direct reports to the Audit Committee of the Board of
Directors to ensure the establishment and maintenance of internal
- Schedules and manages internal compliance audits, directing
specific audit assignments as requested.
- Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting or Business and a
minimum of fifteen years audit or regulatory experience with at
least five years in an audit managerial role.
- Certified Public Accountant (CPA) designation.
- Strong experience in banking or regulatory compliance with
excellent knowledge of consumer and other banking regulations, legal
and audit issues.
- Ability to interact effectively with subordinate staff,
executive management, the external audit firm, as well as regulatory
- Effective communication (both verbal and written), negotiating
and presentation skills.
- Ability to readily identify needs and requirements, and
establish plans and processes to ensure successful results.
- Proficiency in the use of PC software tools for reports, audits,
analysis and presentations.
For immediate consideration, please email resume to:
For more information, please visit our website:
Texas Capital Bank is an equal opportunity employer.
Credit Union of Texas (2/7/08)
The Credit Union of Texas, a $1B credit union with 11 branch
locations throughout the Dallas Metroplex has an opening for an Internal
Auditor and a Staff Accountant. Please note that all candidates
must be in good credit standing if credit is established. A credit
check will be conducted on all candidates.
Internal Auditor Description/Requirements: Performs independent
assessments of the effectiveness of controls, accuracy of financial
records, and efficiency of operations to ensure adherence to credit
union policies and procedures. They will create audit programs to
ensure complete analysis of assigned areas and risk assessments.
Must have knowledge and the ability to apply the Standards of
Professional Practice as set forth by the Institute of Internal
To be considered the candidate must have a Bachelor’s degree from a
four-year college or university in Accounting or similar area plus 2-3
years of related experience in auditing, preferably with a financial
institution. CIA, CISA, CFSA, CPA or other relevant certification
Staff Accountant Description/Requirements: The Staff Accountant
will assist with the development of financial statements, various
management reports, analysis, cash forecasting, budgeting, general
ledger maintenance and reconciliation, and internal/external audits and
examinations. Their primary responsibility is to perform complex
activities associated with the general ledger system including the
sub-modules and departmental reporting requirements.
Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance from a
four-year college or university with 3 years related experience and/or
To apply for the above position(s), please forward resumes to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax
We encourage you to visit our website at:
note that we are an equal employment opportunity employer.
Griffin Consulting Search Group (1/18/08)
Current or Recent
“Big 6” Managers, Senior Managers or Partners
Change your life, your career and the Accounting Profession.
Positions available immediately in Las Colinas, Atlanta, Chicago and
CLIENT INFO: Rapidly growing, private-sector Corporation
created to oversee the auditors of public companies in order to protect
the interests of investors and further the public interest in the
preparation of informative, fair and independent audit reports.
- Make a difference to the accounting profession, to investors and
to the public- No Sales or Billable Hours Quotas!
- Professional environment that provides for and
nurtures professional growth
- Offers Benefits Competitive with Big 4 Firms
- TRUE work/life balance - No working weekends!
Low OT! Generous PTO Program! 25% Travel!
To $160K Base + Bonus
- 8+ years experience of progressively responsible experience within “Big 6”
Public Accounting Firm
- Experience as Manager/Senior Manager in the audit of publicly traded
- Strong knowledge of GAAP and PCAOB standards
- Currently licensed CPA
- Additional experience within Industry working for Public Company a plus
To $185K Base + Bonus
- 8+ years exp of progressively responsible experience within “Big 6”
Public Accounting Firm in the audit of publicly traded companies
- Attainment of Audit Partner Level, with sign-off authority and lead
interaction with client, executives and Audit Committee
- Strong knowledge of GAAP and PCAOB standards
- Currently Licensed CPA
- Additional experience within Industry working for Public Company a plus
To view complete Job Descriptions please visit our website at
For immediate consideration please apply online or email resume to:
Is an Independent Boutique Recruiting Firm that has specialized in the
recruitment & placement of Accounting and Audit Professionals for over
10 years in the DFW area.
Weisman and Associates (1/17/08)
ACCOUNTANT / AUDITOR / CONSULTANT - OPPORTUNITY
Weisman and Associates, a national Accounts Payable Recovery Audit
Company seeks experienced Accounts Payable and/or Sales & Use Tax
Auditors in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Government experience is
helpful. No travel. Degree and 15 years experience REQUIRED.
Weisman and Associates, Inc. is engaged in Recovery Audits with large
private and public companies, as well as government entities. We provide
complete Accounts Payable document review, disbursement auditing and
recovery services in 21 major markets in the United States. Our services are performed on a contingency basis.
All of our Auditor
/ Consultants have a minimum of 15 years experience in accounting,
auditing, purchasing, tax or financial areas of business prior to
joining Weisman and Associates. Most carry certifications such as CPA, CIA and/or MBA.
candidate will be comfortable performing overpayment audits for major
companies. This is a Part-time to Full-time opportunity. Retirees are
welcome. This is a Commission-based position. Excellent income
potential. Email resume to: email@example.com.
For more information, visit our website at
Job Title: Sr. Internal Auditor
Location: Dallas, Texas
Fossil is a design, development, marketing and distribution company
that specializes in consumer products predicated on fashion and value.
The Company's principal offerings include an extensive line of fashion
watches sold under the Company's proprietary and licensed brands. The
Company also offers complementary lines of small leather goods, belts,
handbags, sunglasses, jewelry and apparel. The Company's products are
sold in department stores and specialty retail stores in over 90
countries around the world, in addition to the Company's e-commerce
website at www.fossil.com. Position Description: Fossil is searching for
an Internal Auditor to join their growing team! This star candidate will
assist in coordinating, tracking, and project managing as well as
reporting on all global activities relating to compliance with Section
404 of the 2002 Sarbanes-Oxley Act. Candidate will help develop and
execute test procedures to validate control design and operating
effectiveness and will make recommendations and provide feedback to
management on findings, focusing on strengthening internal controls,
quality and efficiency. Other responsibilities will include working with
management on special projects involving new products and process
changes. If you are interested in this position, please go to the Fossil
website at www.fossil.com click on
jobs@fossil and apply to job #1198112573.
Fossil is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity
- Proficient in MS Word and Excel
- Bachelors Degree in Accounting required plus 6-8 years previous
internal audit work experience or including 2-5 years of project
management experience and/or supervisory experience
Additional Preferred Skills/Requirements: - SOX, Section 404 preferred -
CIA or CISA preferred
We will be accepting applications/resumes for this position until
3/15/08. Only those who submit within this period will be considered
Comments, questions, suggestions?
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