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Internal Audit Senior or Manager - Big 4 Internal Audit Manufacturing Experience Required

Company Name:
PSI Resources
Senior Internal Auditor / Internal Audit Manager
Leading International Manufacturing Company
Western Suburbs of Chicago
Full Time, Direct Hire Opportunity

Reporting to a well-regarded Director of Internal Audit, this senior level role will have responsibilities including planning, implementing and overseeing Internal Audit related initiatives including operational audits, financial audits, IT audits and compliance as well as documentation and reporting.
Requirements
3+ years' Internal Audit experience with a Big 4 Firm specifically required
Bachelor's Degree in Accounting, Finance or Business Administration required
CIA, CPA and/or CISA Certification required
5+ years' of International Manufacturing Audit experience required
Extensive knowledge of COSO, GAAP, COBIT, FCPA and Sarbanes-Oxley
Proven ability to manage critical deadlines

Overview
Seeking a Senior Internal Auditor or Internal Audit Manager with Big 4 and Global Manufacturing experience
Responsibilities include risk assessment, planning, execution of operational audit, third party contract reviews and trade reviews
Perform testing procedures for processes and controls
Research and recommend internal control strategies and best practices.
Identify, document and communicate process improvements, cost savings opportunities and areas of compliance risk to business management
Create effective risk mitigation and remediation plans
Document testing and overall results
Ensure effective implementation of remediation plans
Investigate ethics reports
Assist external audit for year-end audit
Only up to 25% Travel - Exceptional compensation and benefits. Outstanding team environment.

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