SUMMARY The Senior Internal Auditor executes financial, operational, and compliance audits from start to finish, inclusive of planning, fieldwork and reporting. Applies risk assessment skills to scenarios encountered and identifies any potential issues. Communicates identified issues with Internal Audit Director to ensure any potential concerns are addressed in a timely and effective manner. Assists in the development of the annual risk assessment and audit plan. Establishes effective relationships with risk partners and business line management. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES (ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS) 1.Conducts assigned audit projects including audit planning, process walkthroughs, risk assessment, audit program development, test work, audit report issuance, and project wrap-up. 2.Applies knowledge of banking, including regulatory compliance, mortgage banking, accounting and finance, lending, insurance, and deposit operations in the completion of process-based internal audits. 3.Identifies root causes and effectively communicates audit findings and recommendations to business process owners. 4.Assists in the preparation and update of the annual risk assessment of the audit universe and audit plan. 5.Develops productive and value-added relationships with management and other stakeholders. 6.Coordinates with external auditors in completion of annual financial audits and outsourced audits. 7.Performs audit finding follow-up with bank process owners to ensure that corrective actions have been effectively implemented as prescribed in audit reports. 8.Conducts and/or assists in the completion of special-request projects on an as-needed basis. 9.Contributes to the overall quality and effectiveness of Internal Audit through continual skill development and staying current with audit process and banking industry topics. 10.Travels approximately 5% to bank and mortgage office locations in Oklahoma and North Texas.
• Three plus years’ experience working in public accounting or internal audit (mortgage) • Four year college degree in accounting, finance, or other business field. • Audit-related certification such as Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) or Certified Public Accountant (CPA) (current or willing to obtain when hired).