The Office of Internal Audits is on a journey to become the highest-impact Internal Audit team in higher education. We are recruiting for an outstanding, high potential Auditor to join our team to help us accomplish this vision.
Assists in conducting or conducts audits, consulting engagements, investigations, and other projects that provide objective and independent evaluations to reduce the university’s risk and improve its operations. Performs duties as assigned by the project’s in-charge or project manager. As the auditor progresses to auditor II, may begin leading small, less complex projects or parts of more complex projects.
Position will be hybrid with regular telework available. Typical office environment.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance, management, business administration, computer science, or other relevant field or other field with related professional experience. Zero to two years of auditing experience with successful achievement of duties and proficiency in conducting audit fieldwork and audit techniques.
Skills: Ability to prepare thorough, well-organized, and self-explanatory work papers to support conclusions reached. Ability to analyze appropriate types of information to achieve objectives of project. Aptitude and willingness to begin leading projects to learn project management skills.
Certifications as Certified Internal Auditor, or Certified Public Accountant. Demonstrated ability to use TeamMate effectively.
$50,000 – $68,784 depending on qualifications
- 3 work references with their contact information; at least one reference should be a supervisor
- Letter of interest