Manager, Internal Audit DriveCam
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Under the direction of the Senior Director, Internal Audit, this position will support the delivery of the all-inclusive risk-based audit plan, utilizing the audit process to identify opportunities that will enhance the company?s operation, finding and reporting key issues and their resolutions to management, ensure the most favorable audit coverage by liaising and coordinating with internal and external auditors.
Conduct reviews of the financial, operational, and compliance activities of the Company
Manage the planning and fieldwork of all operational audits. Reviews the work performed by staff (internal and external) to ensure the workpapers include adequate documentation to evidence completion of the audit and that such workpapers form an adequate basis for reporting the results of that audit to management.
Manage the field audit process including assigning staff to audits, selecting the timing of audits, modifying the audit program to reflect current risks, issuing reports and soliciting management?s responses.
Promptly advises the Director of:
Possible material errors, significant deviations from Company policy, accounting and auditing problems, or other matters requiring consideration by the Director or auditee.
Assists the Director in developing and executing the annual Audit Plan and ensures the duties are performed to achieve the audit objectives and scope.
Assists the Director in conducting an annual risk assessment of all key functions/operating activities throughout the Company and its subsidiaries. Information is obtained via meetings with senior management and select personnel, questionnaires and prior audit results. The information is tabulated and risk ratings assigned. This forms the basis for the Audit Rotation Plan.
Identifies business risks to develop comprehensive audit plans and programs to monitor management?s control over these risks.
Assists the Director in ensuring the audit approach reflects the criteria promulgated by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 and its related Security Exchange Commission (SEC) and NASDAQ regulations. Ensures audits include a focus on financial transactions, proper recording in the financial records and appropriateness of accounting treatment. Also ensures enhanced testing of management information systems to include testing of the reliability and timeliness of the information used by management to make business decisions.
Circumstances which may require modification of the audit plan
Arranges for the Director?s review of workpapers and/or reports.
Reviews and edits reports to ensure audit findings are corroborated and clearly presented to management.
Manage the planning and fieldwork of SOX project. Reviews the work performed by staff (internal and external) to ensure the workpapers include adequate documentation to evidence completion of the test and that such workpapers form an adequate basis for reporting the results of that test to management and the external auditors.
Manages the process including assigning areas to staff, selecting the timing of SOX work including developing an annual project plan to coordinate the work with the consultants and our external auditors as well as the internal SOX process owners, cause the SOX narratives and control matrices to be updated quarterly, update the test plan to reflect changes to the control matrices, issue project status reports to management and the Audit Committee.
Promptly advises the Director of:
Possible material weaknesses, significant deficiencies, control deficiencies, or other matters requiring consideration by the Director.
Circumstances which may require modification of the project plan
Arranges for the Director?s review of deficiencies and/or reports.
Reviews changes to SOX narratives and control matrices for significant or material changes in processes and procedures and notifies the Director and Disclosure Committee of these changes in sufficient time for them to evaluate any necessary disclosures in accordance with SOX 302.
Assists the Director in ensuring the department?s compliance with the IIA?s Standards for Professional Practice of Internal Auditing. This provides assurance that audits are performed by competent professionals in accordance with professional standards and rules of conduct requiring independence, due professional care, and effective quality assurance mechanisms.
Assists the Director with department administration, including timely report issuance, resource management, productivity analysis and cost control.
At the request of the Audit Committee, CFO, management, or the Director, conducts special audits, investigations, or special projects, including due diligence for mergers and acquisitions, product/procedure reviews, fraud investigations and litigation support.
Analyzes, evaluates, and presents information concerning controls over new business situations and design and development of new products for consideration by other members of management team. Suggests policy and procedure changes or review as appropriate.
Suggests and debates alternative methods and procedures in solving problems. Cooperates with executive management in formulating and establishing Company policies and operating procedures.
Other duties may be assigned.
Maintains the highest standards, both ethical and professional. This requires knowledge of authoritative and regulatory pronouncements on accounting and auditing.
Reviews technical publications, articles, and abstracts to stay abreast of technical developments in industry.
Develop and maintain relationships with management to ensure appropriate communications and timely oversight.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration. MBA, and CPA are preferred
5+ years of experience in auditing and/or combination of accounting and auditing
Relevant internal control or risk management experience
Demonstrated exemplary attention to detail
Strong active listening skills
Strong inductive reasoning abilities
Ability to handle multiple projects effectively
Strong analytical, critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Excellent communication (both written and verbal) skills are required
Adept skill level with Microsoft Office products
Willingness to take on responsibilities and challenges
Ability to deal calmly and effectively with high stress situations
Ability to cooperate and be a positive and supportive member of a team
Lytx, Inc. is proud to be an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. We are committed to attracting, retaining and maximizing the performance of a diverse and inclusive workforce.
San Diego, California, United States
||8911 Balboa Avenue |
San Diego, CA 92123
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