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Internal Auditor

Houston, TX, USA Req #693
Wednesday, November 18, 2020
Job Overview:  This position is responsible for conducting branch assessments and audits throughout the company’s US footprint. Audits range from financial accountability to those associated with policies, procedures and company established practices.  Audits will evaluate adherence to processes and procedures, execution of plans, effectiveness on follow-up from existing actions plans, or, like actions that have or may lead to losses due to theft or negligence.  The desired candidate will have specific familiarity with investigating fraud associated with financial services to include banking processes, cash management procedures and like financial transactions. The position will be very ‘hands on’ and receive the full support of the company’s most senior management.

Accountabilities:

Conduct audits covering strategic, financial, Operational and compliance risks, including identifying issues, reviewing and analyzing findings, and documenting business processes and procedures.


Responsible for all Inventory Management auditing.

Responsible for Procedural Compliance audits.

Will partner directly with TPA on audits utilizing checks and balances procedure(s).

Will summarize and present audit findings to Executive level Leadership group.

The Internal Auditor will review and evaluate the control environment and develop specific analyses of strengths and weaknesses, along with recommended improvements.

Identify audit issues, use root cause analyses and make recommendations using independent judgment and risk assessment.

Consult with management on risks, controls and best practices.

The objective is to find viable solutions for elimination/mitigation of losses through identification of weaknesses, recommendation of solutions and providing guidance to ensure success.

Other duties as assigned.

Primary Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Financial or similar field, required

Certifications: CPA, CFE, CIA or like designation, preferred.

A minimum of two (2) years of audit experience, required.

Must have the ability to travel approximately 80% and may occasionally require extended periods at a specific location to fully conduct assessments, will be required.  Travel includes US territory including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

Flexible work schedule including occasional nights or weekends, required.

Experience in conducting audits in the financial industry or similar background, is a requirement.

Experience building reports using Data Analysis, highly preferred.

Proven success/experience in financial loss investigations, fraud, and collusion or like forensic audits/assessments.

Must have proven and demonstrated success which should be quantifiable as resulting in positive outcomes in resolution of like issues; and, or a financial benefit for a former employer.

Must have direct audit experience; including conducting Financial, Compliance and Regulatory Audits, preferably within the financial services industry, is required.

Experience includes planning, conducting and managing complex audits/assessments involving multiple or singular individuals that have or may lead to substantial financial loss or other significant adverse impact, preferred.

 
 
 

Other details

  • Job Family Exempt
  • Pay Type Salary
  • Travel Required Yes
  • Travel % 80
  • Required Education Bachelor’s Degree
  • Houston, TX, USA