Ensures successful completion of multiple, concurrent assigned audit engagements, from start to finish, inclusive of preplanning, report writing, and wrap up activities. Manages and directs daily activities of staff assigned to assist during an engagement. Applies risk and control concepts to scenarios encountered and identifies any potential issues. Communicates identified issues with Internal Audit management to ensure that any potential concerns are addressed in a timely and effective manner. This position helps to ensure individual audits are completed as scheduled and in compliance with departmental quality assurance guidelines and applicable policies and procedures.
Bachelor's degree in accounting (preferred) or finance Minimum 5 years of auditing/accounting (2 years minimum national or large regional public accounting firm audit experience) and/or healthcare provider financial management experience required CPA or CIA preferred
GENERAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES:
Ability to observe and understand business processes to ensure that they are documented completely and accurately
Ability to apply risk and audit standards through practical application
Proactive in researching business best practice concepts in order to apply as appropriate
Solid listening skills and ability to identify gaps in logic inquisitive
Strong organization and follow up skills including the ability to handle competing priorities and meet all deadlines and commitments
Possess an appropriate combination of technical and analytical expertise in fields such as auditing, finance, technology, operations, or investigations
Ability to flourish in a fast-paced, complex environment and willing to adapt to change
Demonstrated ability to lead a small team and ensure successful results
Ability to give and follow instructions accurately and efficiently; proactive in asking clarifying questions to ensure work effort is directed wholly toward desired outcome
Ability to recognize when learned theoretical concepts should be applied
Solid understanding and ability to apply risk and control concepts
Ability to identify underlying cause(s) of an issue
Ability to develop and/or review audit reports and findings to ensure they are properly composed, comply with materiality guidelines, and are relevant and practical
Good awareness of other departments in the health system with risk, control, and governance responsibilities and what is necessary for successful tactical collaboration and information sharing
Excellent verbal and written communication skills along with good negotiation and interpersonal skills
Ability to identify sensitive issues and facilitate communications in a proactive manner to avoid surprises
Willingness and ability to adapt to new circumstances, technology, processes, assignments, information, and challenges
Execute and ensure effective and thorough application of all internal audit standards within assigned responsibility
Ability and willingness to travel domestically for professional training and to Penn State Health system entities
Demonstrate a positive, can-do attitude
If chosen for this position, you may be required to pass a Post Offer Employment Physical Exam in accordance with the measurements listed in the Work Task Analysis (WTA) report. This job description is a general outline of duties performed and is not to be misconstrued as encompassing all duties performed within the position. All individuals (including current employees) selected for a position will undergo a background check appropriate for the position's responsibilities.
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