Description Job Title: Auditor IISALARY RANGE: $61,261 - $80,405HAY POINTS: 342DEPT/DIV: Audit ServicesSUPERVISOR: Director, Audit ServicesLOCATION: 2 Broadway New York, NYHOURS OF WORK: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm (7 1/2 hours/day)DEADLINE: Open Until FilledJob InformationWith supervisory assistance, conducts defined assurance audits and operational audits anddevelops appropriate recommendations in accordance with International ProfessionalPractices Framework (IPPF) for Internal Auditing. Audits are typically of single agency orbusiness functions. Performs work in a professional manner, develops a professional workingrelationship with clients, begins to understand the client’s business operations to provideinsight with respect to the recommendations, and has performed MTA audits, or similar, for atleast one year.ResponsibilitiesWith supervisory assistance, conducts or participates in detailed analyses and review ofaudited operations.Assists in determining the extent of required audit testing. Prepares audit programsand suggests changes to such during the course of review, to ensure audit objectivesare achieved.Prepare and/or review work papers in accordance with the IPPF to ensure conclusionsreached are supported by sufficient evidential data.Discuss results of work with supervisors, in a complete and timely manner, includingdeficiencies found and recommended corrective actions.Prepare written material based on detailed analysis for inclusion in audit reports.Become familiar with the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) model,which is the internal control framework of the MTA, and how it applies within the auditscope of work.Participate in/conduct special projects as needed.Aids the department in whatever manner necessary for it to meet its businessobjectives.QualificationsGood written and oral communication skills.Analytical, business judgment, and time management skills.Ability to interact effectively with departmental and agency staff and management.Ability to perform assigned audit tasks timely and accurately.Knowledge of audit standards, applicable governmental, MTA, and Audit Servicesspecific regulations, policies, and guidelines.Knowledge of PC applications and computer-assisted audit techniques.Understanding of professional audit practices, including audit program and workpaperdevelopment.Education and ExperienceREQUIRED:Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Auditing, Computer Science, or other relatedbusiness or operational field.Approximately one-year experience in financial/operational/technology/contract typeauditing or related industry experience and/or demonstrated performance as an AuditorI.PREFERRED:Progress towards certification (CIA/CGAP/CPA/CISA/CFE, etc.) and/or graduatedegree in business-related areas desired.
Pursuant to the New York State Public Officers Law & the MTA Code of Ethics, all employees who hold a policymaking position must file an Annual Statement of Financial Disclosure (FDS) with the NYS Commission on Ethics and Lobbying in Government (the “Commission”).
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