The Dallas Chapter - April 2006 eNews

April 2006

The President’s Letter


The April meeting is a special meeting for us. We are honored that the IIA President, Dave Richards, will be joining us to speak at our luncheon. It has taken us almost 2 years to get this scheduled. Can you imagine how busy he is with all the attention to the internal audit profession in the last couple years? Come hear his perspective on the profession and our association.

The April meeting is also our special student event. A big welcome to local university students!! Finally, we will try to honor the new CIA’s at the April meeting if we get the certificates in time from IIA. Otherwise, look for this in May.

With all of this activity, we will be at capacity crowd again, which brings me to discuss a couple of administrative items. First, we have to consider changing locations. Please help us make this critical decision by completing the member survey at See more information below in the newsletter.

Second, we have a portion of people each luncheon that are bypassing the registration tables and going straight into lunch. Even if you prepay on the internet, we still need to put a checkmark by your name for both CPE purposes and to reconcile the CityPlace bill. Also, the chapter is loosing some revenue for those not prepaid. One person can check in a group reservation, but we need that person to have an accurate count of who is attending for their organization.

I believe the registration issue is happening due to the large numbers attending the meetings and the narrow hallway we have as a registration area. If you enter the lunch through the second hallway to avoid the crowds, please come back to the registration tables before 12 noon to check in. Please help us to do this properly. We want to avoid taking other measures that will only slow down the process even more.

In closing, always keep an eye on our Web site. We try to update it regularly with new information. We may have other area associations’ seminars listed that would interest you. Also, we are trying something new, if we receive permission from our speakers, we will be putting the presentations on an easy to find page on our Web site. See

Hope you enjoy the April Meeting!

Lynn Allsup
President Dallas Chapter IIA

Next Meeting - Thursday, April 6 2006
CityPlace Conference Center

Annual Student Day

The Top Ten Issues facing Internal Auditors in the Future

David A. Richards, CIA,
President of the Institute of Internal Auditors

IIA President Dave RichardsDave will present the top issues facing an internal auditor in the future and what needs to be done to prepare for these expectations. The issues will focus on what situations an internal auditor most likely will encounter in the future for which they will need to be prepared to properly respond. In addition, Dave will present what the IIA is doing to address these issues and provide information, guidance, tools, training, and benchmark data for use by IIA members. Attendees will receive a view toward the future based on Dave’s interaction with internal auditors around the world plus his experiences during his over 25 years of internal audit practice. During the presentation, Dave will also provide references to currently available information that will help internal auditors prepare for the future of our profession.

David A. Richards, CIA, CPA, is the President of The Institute of Internal Auditors which is a global association of over 115,000 internal auditors in over 166 countries. Dave oversees the establishment of the International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, training in the form of conferences, seminars, and Web based learning, research on emerging issues, The IIA’s Certification Programs for the CIA, CGAP, CCSA and SFSA, Quality Assessment Program, plus representation of the profession around the world.

Dave is the former Director of the Internal Auditing Department, for FirstEnergy Corp. where he served over 33 years in various capacities including CAE (24 years), supervisor, Accounts Payable (8 years) and accountant in general accounting (3 years). FirstEnergy is an electric utility serving over 4 million customers in the Ohio, Pennsylvania and New Jersey areas with assets of $38 billion and annual revenue of $12 billion.

Dave is a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) and a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and holds an M.B.A. from Baldwin Wallace College. Dave received his undergraduate degree in accounting from John Carroll University. Dave is a member of the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) International Board of Directors, and was the 2001-2002 Chairman of the Board. Dave is the 2004 winner of the Victor Z. Brink award for distinguished service to The IIA. Dave and his wife, Marilyn, have three children and four grandchildren.

Pre-Meeting 10:30am

Working with Students/ Assimilating New Staff
Toni Messer & Mark Salamasick, University of Texas at Dallas

Are you having difficulty completing your audit plan? Do you have to battle to get the audit resources you need to get the job done? Do you want to help grow and develop future auditors? Toni and Mark will discuss how students can be your best allies in completing your audit plan and bringing new ideas to the audit group. They will also address the curriculum and on the job training to make a program successful. They will cover how internal audit groups can work with the School of Management faculty to benefit all concerned.

The UTD internal audit class has completed over 20 audits since the start of the program three years ago. During the past year the program has expanded to work with auditors from UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and the City of Garland. Toni and Mark will cover some of the trials and tribulations over the past three years in developing such a program. Expect a lively discussion on alternatives to get started and how your Audit Committee will embrace the idea.

Toni Messer, CPA, CIA, has been the Director of Internal Audits at UTD for the past 14 years. Prior to that, Toni worked for the Texas State Auditor’s Office. She received her degree in Accounting from Texas A&M University.

Toni is an active member of the Dallas IIA Chapter, currently serving on the Board of Governors and co-chairing the CIA Programs Committee. She recently served as the Programs Chairperson for the IIA’s Southern Regional Conference and has served on various committees since 1998. Toni has been a Track Coordinator for the Association of College and University Auditors (ACUA) conference since 2003, and is now the Annual ACUA Conference Director. In addition, she was a Board member for Texas ACUA for five years.

Toni has worked with Mark’s Endorsed Internal Audit Program for the past three years, giving presentations and working with the students on audits, providing them with actual audit experience.

Mark Salamasick, CIA, CISA, CSP, is Director of the Endorsed Internal Audit Program at UTD. The program has a significant emphasis on technology, information security and business process design. He teaches “Business Process Design and Internal Audit”, “Information Technology Risk Management”, and “Financial Statement Analysis”. The program he developed is the fastest growing Internal Audit Program and received the IIA International Leon Radde Educator of the Year Award in 2005.

He was the Principal Researcher on a project with the IIA Research Foundation and Intel on PC Management Best Practices which was completed November, 2003. He continues to work with Intel on emerging technology issues around that topic. He has two publications with the IIA completed, PC Management Best Practices and Auditing Vendor Relationships. He is also working with five co-authors on a new textbook, Internal Audit: Assurance and Consulting services due for publication by the IIA International during Fall, 2007.

He was previously with Bank of America for over twenty years. During his last two years at the bank he was in a role of Senior Vice President of Internet/Intranet Services. Prior to that he served in the role as Senior Vice President and Director of Information Technology Audit at Bank of America. He worked within the Internal Audit Group of the bank for eighteen years with responsibility of recruiting, developing, merging and training the audit staff. He managed a worldwide IT Audit staff of thirty. He had responsibility for partnering and auditing technology, information security, and business continuity during those eighteen years. Prior to joining Bank of America, he was a senior consultant of Accenture (Andersen Consulting).

He has served on the IIA International Board of Research Educational Advisors since 1997 and has served on a number of other IIA International Committees including: Advanced Technology Committee and Seminars Committee. He received the 1994 IIA International Audit and Technology award. He is also a frequent ISACA and IIA Conference Speaker. He is on the Dallas Chapter IIA Board of Governors. He holds a BS in BA and MBA from Central Michigan University where he taught accounting and information systems as a graduate student and full time faculty member.

Post-Meeting 1:30pm

Panel - Auditor Retention
Jim Brigham and Karen Twedell from Deloitte, David Price from JCPenney, and student representatives

This is open to all – both students and veteran auditors.  Come hear about current trends in auditor retention.

David Price is a Senior Audit Manager at JCPenney. His past experience includes 17 years of operational, financial, contractual, compliance and Sarbanes-Oxley auditing in the retail and financial services industries. He was the President of the Dallas Chapter of the IIA for the 2002-2003 year. David is currently serving the IIA locally on the Dallas Chapter’s Board of Governors, as well as internationally on the Professional Issues Committee. He received his BBA from The University of Texas at Austin and MBA from the University of North Texas. David is a CPA, CIA and CISA.

Map to CityPlace Conference CenterCityplace Confernce CenterThis meeting is being held at CityPlace Conference Center,
2711 North Haskell Street, Dallas, Texas 75204

                            CityPlace Conference Center

The DART light rail station at CityPlace serves both the RED and BLUE lines. Check for schedules, routes and fare information at

Preferred Method:

The best method to place and confirm your reservation is via the web site at

Secondary Method:

An optional method is to use the telephone, fax, or e-mail. However, a $2 phone/fax/e-mail fee will be assessed to each reservation.


Greg Estes
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Phone: 972-917-6969

Meeting / Luncheon Fees:

IIA & ACFE Members: $25
Non-Members: $30
Students: FREE
Walk-ins (members or non): $30
Phone/E-Mail Fee: $2

Reservations must be received by 5:00 pm on Friday, March 31, 2006 or a $5 late fee will be charged.

We reserve the right to bill for "no-shows."

We Now Accept Credit Cards - Online Only

We accept most major Credit Cards

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 website. 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 Jay Blanchard at 972-917-6963 or

After you place your reservation online, you will see the link to pay via PayPal if desired.

Chapter News

2006 Membership Madness Campaign

TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More – That's why, from March 1 to April 15, The IIA is celebrating Membership Madness – and you are invited to catch the recruitment wave and join us as we grow The Institute and the Dallas Chapter. The Chapter with the most referred members wins a free, one-day seminar, and your new members will receive a reduced membership rate of $85 (a $30 savings off normal registration rates) and an application fee waiver (an additional savings of $25).

Certification News

Congratulations To The New CIAs

Congratulations to the new Certified Internal Auditors (CIAź) in the Dallas Chapter!! At the April meeting we will be presenting the new CIAs with their certificates. New CIAs and their guests will also receive a free lunch from the Dallas Chapter in honor of their achievement. If you recently passed the CIA or another certification exam, watch your e-mail for further details.

CIA Exam Review Course

The review course for the May 2006 exam was held March 11-14, 2006. The Chapter will not be holding another review course until September 8-11, 2006, for the November 2006 exam. Registration for that review course will not begin until July. Watch the Dallas Chapter’s Web site for more details.

May 2006 Exam

Deadline to register for the May 17-18, 2006 certification exams is March 31! See the IIA’s Web site for more information:

The exams will be held at The University of Texas at Dallas in the School of Management, Rooms 1.502, 1.508, and 1.517. Watch the Web site for more information.

IIA Research Foundation

The Research Foundation has a number of reports that are scheduled to be released in 2006. A brief summary of these include:

  • Internal Audit Role during Mergers & Acquisitions: The European Union Experience - Mergers and acquisitions represent a dynamic process of corporate culture and strategy. This study will try to analyze the present level of involvement of internal audit function during the M&A activity and compare it with the preferred and ideal level of involvement.
  • Taking It to the Next Level: Sarbanes-Oxley and COSO ERM - Objectives of this report are to help readers understand how Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) compliance can be expanded into Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), how the COSO internal control and ERM frameworks can be integrated and used in this transformation, and the role internal audit can play in this transformation. It will include case studies of leading organizations who have gone through or are going through this transformation and provide concrete examples of techniques that they can use as models to develop or enhance their own practices.
  • Behavioral Aspects of Internal Auditing - This project will contribute to the current understanding of managerial competence, interpersonal communications, and other general behavioral “aspects” in the internal auditing profession. Auditor-client interactions occur in a social context, and consist of verbal and nonverbal as well as oral and written communications. The monograph will discuss extant literature to better understand desirable behavioral characteristics of internal auditors, identifying behaviors that result in enhanced audit relationships.
  • The Internal Audit Function’s Corporate Governance Relationships - The purpose of the research is to provide current evidence for understanding the critical and complex role of the internal audit function (IAF) in the corporate governance processes of U.S. public companies. With the internal audit function now being viewed as one of the four cornerstones of corporate governance, there is a need for increased understanding about how the IAF interacts with the audit committee, management, and the external auditors to achieve quality corporate governance.

Free Registration to a 2006 IIA Seminar

This is your chance to win a free registration to a 2006 IIA seminar and provide input to the Dallas Chapter. The chapter is making changes and we want your input. Please complete the Annual Member Survey and tell us what you think. Once you complete the survey, your name will be entered into a drawing for a free registration to a 2 1/2 day seminar sponsored by The IIA. The registration is valued at $930 and includes great topics as

  • Introduction to Control Self Assessment
  • Evaluating Internal Control
  • Consulting: Activities, Skills, Attitudes
  • Fraud Detection & Investigation
  • Strategies for Managing Small Audit Shops
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Internal Auditor's Role: Corporate Governance
  • Financial Auditing for IA
  • Auditing Contracts
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Implications and Impact for Internal Auditors
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Impact on Information Technology
  • Sarbanes-Oxley Act: Performing the IT Assessment
  • SOX Primer: Charting Your Course
  • Audit Report Writing
  • Value-Added Business Controls
  • Enterprise Risk Management
  • Facilitating Results Using CSA
  • Purchasing Fraud
  • Auditing the Human Resource Function
  • Creative Problem Solving Techniques
  • Audit Project Management
  • Effective Auditing of Construction
  • Fighting Fraudulent Financial Reporting
  • Effective Auditing of Health Benefits Administration
  • Best Practices in Internal Auditing
  • Adding Value Using Risk-based Auditing
  • Enterprise Risk Management: Process Improvement Workshop
  • Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability
  • Countdown to Internal Quality Assessment: Are You Ready?
  • Corporate Governance: Strategies for Internal Audit

The winner will be announced at The Almost Free Seminar on June 1.

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 March or earlier if not reported. 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 and complete the provided form by April 15, 2006. Contact Magdalena Kovats (214-777-0581 or if you have any questions.


Dallas Chapter Seminars

Annual "Almost Free" Seminar

The Chapter would like to extend a great big THANK YOU to each of its members. The ever popular Courtenay Thompson will be presenting the annual Almost Free Seminar on June 1, 2006, at UTD’s SOM Auditorium, Room 1.052. (Note: The date was changed due to a conflict with the CIA exam dates.)

Important Details -
Registration: 8:00 a.m.
Seminar begins at 8:30 a.m.

Almost Free Cost for 8 hours CPE: $25 Dallas Chapter IIA Members, $15 Student Members


Register On Line by May 26, 2006  -

Increasing Personal and Professional Effectiveness in Today’s World

Presented by Courtenay M. Thompson

Today’s world presents challenges related to competition, increasingly complex business transactions, technology, the Internet, globalization, outsourcing, evolving supply chains and personal values. Internal auditors, like others, are asked to do more with less, at the same time many are expecting to have full personal lives. This challenging environment presents opportunities as well as challenges.

This course explores practical approaches individuals can use to accomplish more in their work and in their personal lives. Participants will explore:

  • Personal productivity
  • Role of goals in personal and professional life
  • Techniques for mind management and accomplishment
  • Specific traps and pitfalls to avoid, professionally and personally
  • Encouraging critical thinking for yourself and others
  • Evaluation of audit effectiveness
  • A fresh look at risks
  • Factors contributing to recent scandals…and what to do now
  • Using technology you already have Improved communication with management and others

About Courtenay Thompson: Mr. Thompson is a recognized authority on training managers, auditors and investigators in fraud-related matters. Since 1981 he has designed and presented courses on fraud prevention, detection and investigation for business and government organizations worldwide. His courses are known for providing practical, proven approaches to real problems. These practical approaches have yielded dramatic results for class attendees.

In addition to providing training on fraud-related matters, Mr. Thompson provides training on behavior and communication skills and internal auditing. He is the co-developer with R. L. Townsend, of a series of courses on audit and control of construction costs. He is also co-developer with Richard Stohl of a series of courses on audit and control of health benefits administration.

Mr. Thompson is currently editor of "Fraud Findings" in The Internal Auditor magazine. Mr. Thompson's experience prior to entering the consulting field includes public accounting with a Big 4 CPA firm, audit supervisor for consumer financial services for a large retailer, and director of auditing for a life insurance company. His career in public accounting and internal auditing provided exposure to a number of types of impropriety including embezzlement, insurance fraud, loan fraud, stock fraud, kickbacks and bribery, misappropriation of funds and mail fraud.

In addition to personally detecting and investigating suspected fraud cases; he established corporate policies for fraud and trained other auditors in fraud detection and investigation. Responsibilities included working with top management and reporting to the audit committee on the status of open cases. He has worked closely with legal counsel, law enforcement and prosecutors.

Courtenay Thompson received his BBA and MBA degrees from Southern Methodist University and is a Certified Public Accountant. He is a member of the Institute of IIA, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants.

The IIA's 2006 International Conference - Houston, Texas

Join 2,000 of your colleagues at the world's largest annual worldwide professional development and networking event – The IIA’s International Conference on June 18-21, 2006, in Houston, Texas, USA.

Featuring world-class keynote speakers:

  • Dr. Mae Jemison, former NASA Astronaut and 1992 Endeavour Science Mission Specialist
  • Larry Kellner, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Continental Airlines, Inc.
  • Sy Sternberg, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the New York Life Insurance Co.
  • Hester Hickey, CA, Chief Audit Executive, AngloGold Ashanti Ltd., South Africa

This conference will offer continuous sessions on the latest developments, insights, and trends in areas of audit management and quality assessment, fraud, Sarbanes-Oxley, information technology, corporate governance, risk management, interpersonal skills, and emerging issues.

You will also benefit from:

  • Innovative and motivating speakers on timely topics.
  • Networking opportunities with more than 2,000 colleagues from around the world.
  • Expanded vendor exhibits featuring innovative products and services.
  • First-rate entertainment, food, and music.

While the official language of the conference is English, all general sessions and one concurrent session during each time slot will have simultaneous interpretation to Spanish.

The Hilton Americas-Houston is the city’s largest and most spacious convention hotels. Reserve your room(s) before May 29, 2006, for a special rate of US $157 (based on availability). You can also benefit from reduced airfares when you fly Continental Airlines. For complete details and to register, visit the Houston 2006 International Conference on the IIA Web site or e-mail

Other Seminars

IIA Chapter Hosts Inexpensive Two-Day Seminar on Automating Audit Departments

May 1 - 2 at the New Jersey IIA Chapter – Two day audit software event - Day one is a FREE vendor exposition. Day two: “Best Practices in Selecting and Implementing Audit Software." Receive 8 CPE for $200. Refer to:

North Texas ISACA Spring Seminar - Information Technology and Audit: A New Convergence - Friday, April 28, 2006 - 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Various Speakers - CIO Panel

Location: UTD School of Management - University Park and Drive A, Richardson, TX 75080

Topic: Information Technology and Audit: A New Convergence - What do the Information Technology Executives expect from the Audit Executives in accomplishing corporate goals for service and risk control? What do the Audit Executives expect from the Information Technology Executives? What legal aspects control how the corporation controls the technology? What communication techniques work? What doesn’t work? This CIO Panel will answer all of those questions and more!

Morning Session: 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Afternoon Session: 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Social: 5:00 p.m. - 5:45 p.m.

COST: $250 per non-ISACA attendee $200 per ISACA member attendee $180 per attendee for organizations who send 5 or more attendees

This seminar is worth 8 CPE credits.

Invited speakers include foremost VPs and Executives in Information Technology, Auditing, and Legal Issues Surrounding Technology from various industries. For organizations sending five or more attendees, please contact Mark Johnston at the e-mail address below.

Contact: Mark Johnston - Phone: 817-347-2071 or e-mail:

We have listed on our website other audit related seminars presented by other local professional organizations as well as other Texas IIA chapters. Please visit for all the details.

Career Opportunities

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, give us a call or e-mail us. We look forward to helping you.

Fred Herman, Employment Committee Chairman, 972-801-1208,

National/International Career Opportunities

KPMG - IARCS  (3/10/06)


KPMG LLP provides audit, tax and advisory services to a broad range of clients. KPMG’s commitment to quality is demonstrated in our disciplined delivery approach and use of cross-functional teams. Advisory Services professionals strive to help clients improve business performance, comply with regulatory requirements and achieve sustainable value over time. Our approach incorporates the balancing of risk and control considerations with the more traditional performance and cost factors. Advisory professionals are also able to provide clients with relevant industry and functional skills where they need them most. We are currently seeking an Internal Audit and Regulatory and Compliance Services (IARCS) professionals to join us in our Dallas office.

IARCS professionals help organizations enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of critical in-house governance, internal audit and compliance functions. IARCS professionals, focused on internal audit, help strengthen/supplement client internal audit functions across industries primarily through strategic sourcing. They also perform risk assessments and risk-based operational, financial and compliance audits of key business processes.

Responsibilities for all positions:

  • Project a professional image of KPMG
  • Provide high quality professional day-to-day execution of internal audit engagements and special projects - Assist in preparing risk assessments, audit plan programs, and internal audit reports
  • Work on project teams focused on compliance or advisory projects
  • Typically required to be on-site at the client premises approximately 80-90 percent of the time
  • Serve a variety of clients within multiple industries

Responsibilities for Manager:

  • Manage client relationships and expectations
  • Assist Partners in the creation of proposals, business development, and practice administration
  • Manage and develop team members

Responsibilities for Director:

  • Understand KPMG’s practices and service offerings and identify potential opportunities for such service offerings
  • Assist Partners in the creation of proposals, business development, and practice administration
  • Manage client relationships and expectations - Create and refine internal audit methodologies
  • Manage and develop team members

Qualifications for all positions:

  • Ability to travel an average of 30-50 percent of the time, at times with relatively short notice
  • Strong analytical and writing skills
  • Strong proficiency in basic PC applications (MS Excel, Word, PowerPoint) with a general understanding of data analysis techniques
  • Project or team lead experience
  • Undergraduate degree from an accredited college/university

Qualifications for Senior Associate:

  • Two years of audit experience

Qualifications for Manager:

  • Five years of audit experience
  • CPA, CIA, CISA (or equivalent) certification

Qualifications for Director:

  • Eight years of audit experience - CPA, CIA, CISA (or equivalent) certification
  • Business development experience

KPMG offers and supports flexible work arrangements as well as part-time schedules. We also offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.

Interested? Please send your resume referencing Code 06705200. We strongly encourage you to apply online at referencing the Job Code indicated above; resumes received through our Web site are available for consideration as early as the next business day. Alternatively, you may send a scannable resume to: KPMG Centre, Attn: Resume Processing, 717 North Harwood Street, Suite 3100, Dallas, TX 75201-6585. Include the Job Code indicated above in all cases.

No phone calls or agencies please. KPMG Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.
© 2006 KPMG LLP, the U.S. member firm of KPMG International, a Swiss cooperative. All rights reserved.

KPMG - Internal Audit (3/10/06)


POSITION: Internal Auditor / Senior Internal Auditor
(Immediate opening)
DESCRIPTION: The Internal Audit group of this Big 4 public accounting firm has dual locations in Dallas, Texas and Montvale, New Jersey. They seek an additional team member to work primarily in Dallas and travel to Montvale to assist with engagements as needed.

This group audits KPMG processes and operations, versus external clients. The environment is informal but professional. The firm offers excellent benefits, training and professional development opportunities.

PREFERRED QUALITIES: 1 – 3 years internal audit experience
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Good analytical skills
Ability to work independently
Ability to travel 25 – 50%
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Plan and conduct operational audits in accordance with risk-based annual audit schedule.

Document work performed and results, and prepare report to communicate results.

Interface with all levels of client and departmental personnel throughout each engagement.

Assist with special projects as needed.

CONTACT INFORMATION: Please email resume and query to Joe Clooney at:

Comments, questions, suggestions?
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