Brian will discuss the process for performing QAR reviews,
discuss the alternatives (IIA, Public Accounting Firms, and peers)
for obtaining a QAR, and trends of these activities.
Brian joined the Institute in February 2001 as a Field Services
Manager after spending over 20 years in the business world. He was
promoted to Manager – QAS and then took over the group as Director
in January 2005. His career has provided him with a wide range of
experiences including 10 years in internal auditing, seven years in
management level finance, and six years of executive level
management and consulting. He has held a variety of financial and
operational positions during his career, including: Senior Vice
President of Operations, Chief Financial Officer, Controller and
Corporate Auditor. Brian has a diverse background with experience in
the oil and gas, mining, hospitality, retail, real estate
development, manufacturing, and architectural design industries.
Prior to Deloitte & Touche, Jim was Senior Director of Internal
Audit for Dollar General Corporation, a $7 billion retailer
headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee. Jim’s experience includes
leading internal audit and loss prevention functions for two
international and three national corporations. He has served on the
Internal Audit Boards of the National Retail Federation and the
Retail Industry Leaders Association. He is a past officer of the
Milwaukee and Nashville Chapters of the IIA and is an active member
of the Dallas Chapter. His professional certifications include CIA,
CPA and CCSA.
An optional method is to use the telephone or e-mail.
However, a $2 phone/e-mail fee will be assessed to each
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
The UTD-IIA Student Chapter is conducting a survey of all
Internal Audit shops in the DFW area. The 15 minute survey addresses
issues faced by the Internal Audit field today and how they relate
to recent college graduates. The survey includes such topics as
staffing, recruiting, continuing education and CIA exam preparation.
In order to achieve the most accurate results, we need to have as
many participants as possible. Therefore, the UTD-IIA Student
Chapter needs to contact at least one person in each Internal Audit
shop in the DFW area.
If you would like to participate in the survey, please contact
the survey coordinator, David Gibbs at
David will then have a student from UTD’s Endorsed Internal Audit
Program contact you.
The results of the survey will be presented at an upcoming Dallas
Summer is the time when IIA International presents awards to
organizations and members. The Dallas Chapter and a Chapter Member
were honored with two awards this year:
We accomplished a lot in the first two years of the program, but
we have a lot more to do. After a refreshing summer at the
International Conference in Chicago and a new Endorsed Internal
Audit Symposium introduced to over 75 educators, students and
practitioners, I had the opportunity to co-chair the event and also
talk to a lot of practitioners during the conference. There was an
overwhelming response to support Internal Audit education and
recruiting new staff. I really appreciate the support of the Dallas
Chapter and the continued efforts to be on the forefront of audit
education and research. The program at UTD could not have grown at
the rate it has without all of your support.
We are planning for an even bigger event for Internal Audit
educators during the International Conference in Houston. Plan to
register early if are attending next year as many individuals could
not attend this year’s conference as registration closed out two
months in advance.
We have three major events planned with the Dallas Chapter at UTD
this fall. The first is the August 4 Chapter meeting. The next is
the first seminar of the year, October 21, which will be on “Fraud:
Follow the Money.” The event is sponsored by the Chapter and the
Criminal Investigation Unit of the Internal Revenue Service. We have
seven speakers lined up on the topic of fraud investigation with a
special guest speaker on Identity Fraud for lunch. This will be a
great program to earn seven hours of CPE and help support the
program at UTD. We will close out the year on December 8 with
another Chapter meeting with a social event.
If you are taking the CIA exam you will be spending even more
time at UTD as the review session in September and then exam in
November is at UTD. All these events are at the School of
From the numbers of early registration the Internal Audit Class
this fall, we should have well over 50 students in the class and
over 100 in the Student Chapter. Recruiting for full time and
internships will begin this September. If you are interested in
recruiting on campus or assisting the programs in any way, please contact
Mark Salamasick at 972-883-4729 or
firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, we are always looking for
additional site tours of Internal Audit groups. Please contact Mark
for scheduling a student tour of your site.
It's time again for the survey to determine which IIA Dallas
Chapter members have submitted articles or spoken since May. 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.
The course will be taught from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM each day, according
to the following schedule:
(Please note if you are a CBA, CGAP, CCSA, CISA, CMA, CPA, CTA, CUCE,
CRCM or CTCP you are eligible to receive professional recognition credit
for Part IV of the CIA Exam.)
If you choose not to pay on-line with a credit card, the registration
fee must be received by Toni Messer at the address below in order to
reserve your place at the course. Checks should be made payable to the
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About Celanese . . .
Celanese Corporation (NYSE:CE) is an integrated global producer of
value-added industrial chemicals based in Dallas, Texas. The Company has
four major businesses: Chemicals Products, Technical Polymers Ticona,
Acetate Products and Performance Products. Celanese has 29 production
plants, with major operations in North America, Europe and Asia.
In 2004, Celanese Corporation and its predecessor had combined net
sales of $5.1 billion. The presentation of combined net sales of
Celanese Corporation with its predecessor is not in accordance with U.S.
For more information on Celanese Corporation, including a
reconciliation of the combined net sales, please visit the company's web
site at www.celanese.com.
Internal Staff Auditor
- Conducts financial, operational, and management system audits by
examining and verifying accounting, statistical, and operational
records, and procedures, processes, and systems of internal and/or
external organizations to assess reliability, effectiveness and
efficiency of risk and control systems pertaining to governance,
compliance, risk, security, information, safety, safeguarding of
tangible and intangible assets and resources, and financial areas
such as net worth, liabilities, capital stock, income, and
expenditures. Recommends process improvements to business practices,
processes and control procedures.
- Develops detailed scope, objectives, and individual
responsibilities for each assigned audit. Consults with management
on specific audit requirements or other circumstances surrounding
assigned audit such as resource and timing issues. Writes and issues
the letter announcing audit to client and to external auditors.
Plans travel requirements and audit kick-off meeting. Conducts
opening audit kick-off meeting with audit client.
- Participates on audit teams and conducts individual portions of
internal risk and control reviews, financial audits, operational
audits, management system audits, Sarbanes-Oxley testing, and/or
other advisory projects globally throughout the corporation.
Develops recommendations that positively impact company's
performance and solve identified deficiencies. Conducts audit
closeout meetings to advise local management on observations and
recommendations. Resolves on-site problems that arise from
time-to-time between audit team and client.
- Develops audit work-papers that document scope, objectives,
activities, and evidence of audit in conformance with Celanese
Global Audit requirements and Internal Audit best practices. Writes
an audit report that communicates best practices, and audit
observations and recommendations for improving operations and
controls that impact company or individual businesses, functions, or
individual areas. Distributes audit report to corporate and business
management. Implements Celanese Global Audit follow-up policy to
track and report audit client's resolution of each audit observation
- Develops and maintains technical, functional, process, system,
and/or company specific expertise to be an expert advisor for
business, financial, information technology, risk and control,
management theory, and/or other required techniques and practices.
- Assists Celanese Global Audit management develop risk-based
annual audit plan for Audit Committee approval by:
- Soliciting input from Celanese corporate and business
management, and external auditors,
- Contributing own independent experiences and knowledge
of Celanese practices and risk and control activities,
- Researching new global audit developments, and
- Analyzing and risk assessing potential audits.
- Assists Celanese Global Audit management design, develop and
maintain departmental audit standards, policies, procedures,
systems, and approaches to achieve best practices with evolving
functional and industry guidelines.
- Contributes to effective, comprehensive worldwide audit coverage
by executing audit procedures and coordinating with external
auditors. The position has a contributory impact on the assets and
operations of facilities and functions worldwide because incumbent
is concerned with efficiency of operations and effectiveness of
- Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance; MBA
- CPA is required; Audit related certification or license
such as CIA or CFE are preferred.
- Minimum 3 to 5 years of business
experience in accounting, auditing, information systems, manufacturing
or public accounting. Familiarity with various audit concepts, practices
and procedures is essential.
- Highly effective oral and written
communication skills are essential.
- Leadership potential.
- Must be a
problem solver; ability to work independently or with a team in
unstructured environments; effective negotiation skills are essential.
- Experience working with SAP, Windows, and MS Office Suite, and other IT
Audit tools. CISA certification is desirable.
- Must be willing to
travel approximately 50 - 70 %.
- Open to career advancement – i.e.,
transfer, rotation and relocation opportunities.
- Fluency in Spanish
and / or German and / or a Chinese dialect highly desirable.
Reporting Structure: Reports to Director of Internal Audit
Dress Code: Business Casual
Compensation & Benefits: Celanese Corporation offers a competitive
compensation and benefits package.
For detailed information visit:
How to Apply: Submit resume and brief cover letter to
Celanese has several Finance/Accounting positions available. Click on
any of the functions below to download a MS Word document with details
Business Planning &
Risk Management Jobs
RWS Partners In Search (7/13/05)
Title: Director of Internal Audit, a new position reporting to
the Audit Committee of the Board. The client is a Dallas based
profitable and growing NYSE manufacturer.
Primary focus of this ‘position is to develop and administer a
comprehensive audit program within the corporation to insure compliancy,
identify best practices, and report objective findings to top management
to include the Board of Directors, Executive Office, and Audit
- Develop and implement company audit policies and procedures.
- Designs, administers and personally conducts a comprehensive
battery of internal audits to the support the responsibilities of
the Audit Committee.
- Audits will include, but are not limited to, accounting data,
statistical performance data, and operational practices of various
departments, divisions, and locations to insure compliance with
management prescribed policies.
- Meet periodically with the Audit Committee, or as required, to
present complete and comprehensive audit results in a timely manner.
- Establish and prioritize monitoring mechanism to ensure all
phases of the audit process meet or exceed performance standards and
expectations; including, but not limited to, audit planning, risk
assessment, control analysis, budgeting, testing, reporting and
- Must be able to effectively identify resources needed to conduct
a successful and meaningful audit, either in a personally conducted
audit or in an audit involving outside contacts to keep pace with
the business pace and needs.
- Makes recommendation to management for change in financial
control systems, improvements in accounting procedures, potential
operating cost savings, and other factors based on audit results.
- Coordinates company testing and maintenance requirements of
Sarbanes Oxley Section 302 and Section 404 documents.
- Supervise all internal audit staff and/or outsourced internal
audit personnel or audit firms as the company may employ from time
- Work closely with outside auditors and coordinates external
- Develop strategy with audit program that goes beyond “numbers”
to operational, compliance and risk management/factors in a broad
- Inspects work and corrects as necessary to meet the Quality
Requirements specified by the customer, the supervisor and corporate
- Supports other team members and conducts self in such a manner
that he/she is respected by others.
- Knows all company accepted and mandated management principles
and strives constantly to meet Quality Requirements, to learn new
things related to the job and to improve at all times.
- Performs all operations in a safe manner and makes every
reasonable effort to prevent others from committing unsafe acts.
- Makes every effort to utilize all of the corporation’s training
resources in an effort to continuously learn and have the ability to
- Manages time to optimize productivity.
- Communicates with other team members and supervisors in a clear,
friendly, honest and timely manner.
- Strives to reduce costs. 20. Performs other work-related duties
CHARACTERISTICS, DEMONSTRATED COMPETENCIES & EDUCATIONAL
- Prior hands on experience personally preparing, conducting and
reporting financial and operating audits of manufacturing
- Prior effective working relationship with Audit Committee
members in a mid-sized publicly-held corporation.
- Proven successful development and implementation of an internal
audit function in a multi-location manufacturing environment.
- Working knowledge and prior application of federal and state
compliance regulations though a variety of auditing concepts,
practices and procedures.
- Demonstrated expertise in a variety of management concepts,
practices, and procedures.
- A current CPA designation with all required continuing education
credits is strongly preferred.
- Must have a Bachelor’s degree in business or accounting, and
must have a minimum of eight years of professional experience in
public accounting and/or as an internal auditor in a publicly-held
- Must possess proven analytical abilities (inductive and
Qualified and interested parties should e-mail Roland Stuebner at
RWS Partners In Search in confidence at:
Triad Hospitals (7/13/05)
Triad Hospitals, Inc., through its affiliates, owns and manages
hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers in small cities and selected
larger urban markets. The Company currently has 52 hospitals (including
one under construction) and 14 ambulatory surgery centers in 15 states
with approximately 8,340 licensed beds. In addition, through its QHR
subsidiary, the Company provides hospital management, consulting and
advisory services to more than 200 independent community hospitals and
health systems throughout the United States.
Senior staff level position established to assist management in
identifying, analyzing and managing risks and opportunities, including:
- Conducting work in the field and in the office to accomplish
audit objectives identified during risk analyses.
- Conducting Sarbanes-Oxley related testing activities
- Conducting audit follow-up activities.
- Communicating results of audit projects to management and
operations personnel directly involved with department projects, and
as requested, to company senior management and the Audit Committee
of the Board of Directors.
- Adhering to the department’s quality assurance process for
planning, analysis, and documentation and reporting on all audit
Education: Bachelors degree in business or healthcare-related
Skills: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, written and
verbal. Experience: Minimum three years prior experience.
Special Requirements: Professional certifications such as CPA, CIA,
and/or CISA desirable. Familiarity with personal computer operations.
Interested, qualified candidates may forward a resume with cover
letter via mail to:
Triad Hospitals, Inc.
5800 Tennyson Parkway
Plano, TX 75024 or
Perot Systems (6/27/05)
Internal Audit (2 Positions Available) Req# 1DAL31612
Target Candidate: The ideal candidate for this opportunity
will have 3-5 years audit experience, looking for a path from Internal
Audit to a business support, operational or management role, via hands
on exposure to multiple facets of the IT outsourcing business. This is a
rotational position working with the Internal Audit Team as a training
ground. Applying a semi-structured 18 to 24 month training program, the
goal for the candidate is to be prepared to move directly into a
business support, operational or management role.
- 3-5 years experience private or public accounting,
internal auditing, information security and/or business process
- Ability to document, analyze and make recommendations for
improvements on operational, IT, security and financial controls.
- Demonstrated ability to plan/execute assignments including
ensuring deliverables meet specifications and deadlines.
- Candidate must have outstanding verbal and written communication
skills, demonstrate strong relationship building skills, and be
comfortable working with all levels of management. High
energy, team oriented, and self-motivated.
- Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or Business
Position Responsibilities & Duties:
- * Demonstrated ability to evaluate department and organization
operating and financial status, and measure impact of business
- Any of the following certifications:
- CPA (Certified Public Accountant)
- CMA (Certified Management
- CIA (Certified Internal Auditor)
- CGAP (Certified Government
- CCSA (Certification in Control
- CFSA (Certified Financial Services Auditor)
(Certified Information Security Auditor) is preferred.
- PMP (Project
- Travel 25 – 30%.
- Participate on internal audits with scope including
(but not limited to) operations, contract compliance,
finance/accounting, information technology, security, project
management, and human resources.
- Activities include:
records to ensure proper recording and authorization of
transactions, compliance with policies, applicable laws and
- Conducting interviews with key personnel
and gathering information for testing effectiveness of processes and
- Performing detailed review of documentation gathered to
validate processes and controls are in place
opportunities for enhancement in policies, procedures and processes
to improve internal controls, efficiency or effectiveness of
- Making recommendations for improvement Assessing
risks and determining the effectiveness of internal controls and the
potential impact of control failures
- Preparing detailed
documentation of audit fieldwork and findings
- Preparing reports of
findings and recommendations for management
- Various audit
Please apply at www.perotsystems.com to REQ # 1DAL31612
Grant Thornton (1/13/05)
Grant Thornton LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Founded in 1924,
Grant Thornton serves public and private midsize clients through 48
offices in the United States and in 585 offices in 110 countries. Grant
Thornton LLP's web site is
Title: Internal Audit Senior Associate
Grant Thornton is the leading global accounting, tax, and business
advisory organization dedicated to serving the needs of midsize
companies. Our goal is to help our clients grow faster by providing
business services that deliver measurable value. To do this, we look for
exceptional candidates who want to make a difference and be an important
part of our future. If we sound like the type of organization you would
like to join, we invite you to visit our Web site at
consider the following career opportunity.
We are seeking a Business Advisory Services Senior Associate. The
responsibilities will include : Plan, execute, direct and complete
internal audit and business process control review engagements in a
variety of industries. Must proactively interact with key client
management to gather information and make recommendations for business
and process improvements; gain strong comprehension of client
operations, processes, and business objectives and utilize that
knowledge on engagements. Will train and supervise staff, assess
performance of staff for engagement reviews and participate in
recruiting efforts as needed.
- 3-4 years of experience
- BS in Accounting
- CPA license or ability to sit for the exam
- CIA certification a plus
- Must have internal or external audit experience specifically
dealing with financial/operational audits.
- Strong leadership ability with a positive team player attitude.
Flexibility to travel. (25-45%)
For immediate consideration please submit your resume to
Grant Thornton LLP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Founded in 1924,
Grant Thornton serves public and private midsize clients through 48
offices in the United States and in 585 offices in 110 countries. Grant
Thornton LLP's web site is
Title: Internal Audit Associate
Our Business Risk Services (BRS) group, a specialty advisory practice
within Assurance and Advisory Business Services, is a growing practice
providing strategic solutions, operational performance improvement and
assurance support to our clients. Grant Thornton seeks a team player
with a strong work ethic and excellent professional skills for the role
of Associate- Internal Audit Services.
This professional will perform internal audit procedures under the
direction of the internal audit management team and in accordance with
the client's audit plan, risk management strategy and Grant Thornton's
internal audit methodologies.
Maintain a strong client focus by effectively serving client needs
and developing productive working relationships with client personnel.
Stay abreast of current business and economic developments relevant
to the client's business.
Deliver high-quality client service by directing the daily progress
of fieldwork and informing Managers of engagement status.
Respect and protect confidential client information.
Display teamwork, integrity and leadership.
Support colleagues and value others' contributions.
Provide constructive on-the-job feedback and coaching.
Utilize technology and tools to continually learn and innovate, share
knowledge with team members and enhance the delivery of services.
Bring potential business opportunities to the internal audit
management team's attention.
Actively encourage team members to contribute ideas and identify
potential business development opportunities to sell Grant Thornton's
- a Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or a business-related
- 1-4 years minimum of related audit, business or financial
- CPA, CIA or a desire to pursue applicable professional development
- strong analytical, interpersonal and communication skills
- demonstrated consistency in values, principles, and work ethic
Candidates must be available to travel 30-45% and work in excess of
standard hours when necessary.
Interested Candidates should submit a resume in confidence to
Grant Thornton is an equal opportunity employer.
Ashford Hospitality Trust (6/23/05)
ASHFORD HOSPITALITY TRUST
The Internal Auditor is responsible for planning, organizing, and
conducting internal audit assignments and evaluations of the company’s
financial and operational control systems to determine compliance with
established policies, procedures, laws and governmental regulatory
- Plan audits by obtaining an understanding of audit objectives,
interviewing management, reviewing prior audit work, reviewing
related accounting rules and having a thorough understanding of the
policies, procedures, processes, transaction flows and supporting
- Organize audits by coordinating audit fieldwork and providing
status updates to management.
- Conduct audits by ensuring audit steps are correctly performed,
audit findings are sound and supported, and that overall audit
objectives are being met.
- Validate audit findings, obtain management responses, and
prepare summary audit reports.
- Present audit findings at audit closing meeting.
- Assist with on-going Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.
- Bachelors degree in Accounting or Finance.
- 3+ years experience in a public accounting firm, corporate
headquarters accounting or a property level controller/assistant
- Hospitality or REIT experience required.
- Experience working with financial and operational auditing.
- CPA or CIA certification is preferred.
- Working knowledge of Sarbanes-Oxley 404 compliance documentation
- Strong written and verbal communication skills.
- Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Ability to work independently.
- Up to 70% travel required.
Please forward resumes to:
Lower Colorado River Authority (6/23/05)
The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) plays a variety of roles in
Central Texas: delivering electricity, managing the water supply and
environment of the lower Colorado River basin, developing water and
wastewater utilities, providing public recreation areas, and supporting
community and economic development.
The mission of LCRA is to provide reliable, low-cost utility and
public services in partnership with our customers and communities and
use our leadership role and environmental authority to ensure the
protection and constructive use of the area’s natural resources.
SENIOR AUDITOR (Auditing Services - General Manager's Office)
Essential Functions: Plan the scope and objectives of assigned audit
projects with the General Auditor. Interview management and supporting
staff to gain an understanding of procedures, controls, and operations.
Evaluate the adequacy of financial and operational controls including
the management, security and control of information technology and data
resources. Analyze operations and business processes to identify
opportunities for improvement. Determine if goals and objectives of the
business unit are being achieved, and appropriate operational
performance measures are monitored and reported. Draft written reports
to management describing audit findings and recommendations. Assist the
General Auditor, as requested, in making presentations of audit reports
to the Board of Directors or senior management. Performs other duties as
Minimum Requirements: Bachelor's Degree with specialized study in
Accounting, Business Management or a related field with at least five
years progressively responsible experience conducting audits of
management and operations. Requires a CPA or CIA with thorough knowledge
of current internal audit standards and techniques, accounting
principles, internal controls, and preferred business practices.
Requires good listening, interviewing, negotiation, and problem solving
skills and the ability to work in a professional manner with all levels
of employees, even under the most difficult circumstances. Must have
good verbal and written communication skills with the ability to write
audit findings and recommendations in a clear and well-organized manner.
Requires valid Texas driver's license and a good driving record.
JOB # 050618 (replacement position). Closing date: 7/15/05.
Interested candidates apply to:
The Controller Group (6/23/05)
Director/Senior Manager Internal Audit
Because of our growth, The Controller Group (TCG) is seeking an
outstanding Senior Manager/Director to join our Management team to
deliver superior client services to our Dallas/Fort Worth area clients.
We have been engaged by multiple clients to perform numerous
Sarbanes-Oxley and Internal Audit projects and have a need for
leadership talent with Financial Accounting and Auditing experience.
We are an innovative professional services firm delivering
operational, financial and accounting solutions at a low cost without
sacrificing quality. Our business is based upon delivering Big Four
quality at affordable rates. We are dedicated to giving our clients the
personal attention they deserve through the expertise of high-caliber,
results-oriented professionals. We hire only select Associates who share
our values and create an environment in which top professionals choose
to work. The result is truly superior service for our clients and a
challenging and rewarding environment for our Associates.
For more details on The Controller Group, LLP visit our website at
10+ years of audit/accounting consulting experience (Big 4 or Regional
Public firm experience preferred).
4+ years of industry experience
1+ years in a management role on a Sarbanes Oxley project.
Recent audit experience and/or recent experience and expertise in the
evaluation and testing of internal accounting controls and business
Strong communications skills and ability to interact with all levels
Ability to be a team leader and motivate Associates in a fast-paced,
time sensitive and client-driven environment.
Ability to create tools, tactics, and methodologies that will be
utilized in the Internal Audit Practice
Prior hands on experience personally preparing, conducting, and
reporting financial and operational audits.
Proven successful development and implementation of an internal audit
Demonstrated expertise in a variety of management concepts,
practices, and procedures.
Ability to develop relationships with clients and be involved in
Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA),
or MBA required.
Interested candidates should e-mail their resume to:
The Controller Group is an Equal Opportunity Employer
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