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Internal Audit Manager

Louisiana State University
Job Location:
Business and Financial Services

This position is located in Shreveport, LA

This is a supervisory, unclassified position in the Office of Internal Audit at LSU. The Audit Manager oversees the planning, coordination, and performance of audits as well as provides assistance to OIA leadership to ensure completion of the annual audit plan and other departmental objectives. This position will supervise 0-9 auditors, as necessary. Responsibilities are to be fulfilled with limited supervision. This is a hands-on position that interfaces with the most senior level of management. The Audit Manager must be detail, action, solution, and results oriented and dedicated to continuous improvement.

Job Responsibilities:

30% Operational supervision of staff in the execution of financial, operational, regulatory, management requested audits at any LSU or LSU-related entity, campus, or research center, etc. including audit planning, completion, and follow-up. Includes reviewing work papers, writing audit reports, conducting interviews and conferences and performing independent projects as needed. Provide appropriate levels of supervision and quality assurance review to ensure work performed by others is accurate, competently performed and meets established standards for documentation.

20% Plan, organize, direct and/or conduct financial, operational, follow-up or compliance audits, investigations or agreed-upon procedures.

10% Provide professional audit reports supported by competent evidential data, partner with clients to develop recommendations to improve controls and systems, and conduct entrance and exit conferences.

10% Inform supervisor of detailed progress of audits, major findings, problems encountered. Maintain attention to detail and implement successful project management practices.

10% Establish and maintain effective, positive working relationships with university management and auditees to assist in the completion of the audit plan.

5% Assist in development of risk based audit plan by identifying exposures and potential impact of risks to University.

5% Develop and maintain thorough knowledge of university systems and utilize computer assisted audit techniques as a routine audit tool.

10% Other duties as necessary.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's degree in accounting or relevant business field, information systems, public administration, higher education administration, or other field with acceptable relevant experience.
  • Minimum five years of relevant experience (auditing, compliance, governmental, healthcare, higher education, or risk analysis and assurance services).
  • Minimum three years of supervisory or project management experience(such as leading audit engagements and coordinating team members assigned to those audits).
  • CPA, CIA, or CISA certification is required.

In-state travel may be required, including overnight, up to 25%. Annual completion of40 hours of continuing professional development as required to maintain active professional certification(s).

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