The Senior Auditor performs the majority of planned internal financial, operational and compliance audits, assessments and projects over management's internal control systems and organizational performance. The Senior Auditor evaluates results of this work and develops reports and any associated control and process improvement recommendations for management.
The applicant must have a Bachelor’s degree and the equivalent of five years of full-time progressive experience in an external and/or internal auditing function. The preferred candidate will have experience in healthcare and health insurance along with experience in internal auditing (financial, operational and compliance). The preferred candidate will also have experience in large software implementation, MS office, audit software skills and experience for test work and report production. They will have CPA, CIA, PMP, CFE, CISA or other applicable licenses/certifications as well as an advanced degree. The preferred candidate will have strong analytical skills and experience in training staff and reviewing work papers. The preferred candidate will have excellent communication skills within the department and organization, they will have the ability to thrive and multi-task in a fast-paced, team environment, and the ability to accurately prioritize risk, understand what risk means to a healthcare organization and reflect this in reports and communication to management and the Audit Committee.
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