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Senior Audit Manager
Ref No.: 16-02051
Location: Dallas, Texas
Senior Audit Manager – Dallas, Texas
VALiNTRY’s CPA Division works exclusively in Public Accounting as a premier, nationwide provider of staffing services for Big 4, Large, Mid-size and Small firms. As a result, recent public accounting experience is required.
About this Opportunity:
Our clients range from individuals to public companies in industries such as: automotive, construction, healthcare, real estate, not-for-profit, manufacturing & high tech, and state & local tax. Our varied engagements offer the opportunity to gain wide-ranging experience and always be involved in something new. If you’re looking for a position to jump-start your career in an influential and established firm where you can gain real experience with multiple clients and industries, this is the place for you. We offer educational, professional, and social opportunities to help each of our staff grow personally and professionally. Our family atmosphere sets us apart from larger firms and gives us the opportunity to help you develop your career.
  • Work collaboratively with Senior Managers to develop strategies to meet 2017 goals/objectives identified by General Auditor.  In addition, identify risks, foreseeable challenges to the Audit Department and develop potential solutions (e.g., resourcing, utilization, etc.), as they relate to the global audit department.  Present this information to the General Auditor for consideration.
  • Promote audit quality and provide critical leadership by (1) clearly defining the scope/objective of each audit/project, as well as the key risks to be evaluated during the planning phase; (2) review in detail and approve testing strategies prior to test performance as required by IIA Standards; and (3) ensure potential issues are thoroughly vetted prior to issuing draft reports.  
  • Direct and review the activities of the audit team and work collaboratively on audit reports
  • Provide overall leadership to the audit team in connection with performance of the work and personal development and growth
  • Plan and conduct effective meetings with departmental staff and internal clients
  • Participate in business line oversight committee
  • Participate in more KYC/AML audits and/or subject matter and deliver industry expertise and perspective to the team and business line management
  • Assist Audit Committee in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities as it relates to AML/BSA/KYC subject matters by providing the Committee with relevant, concise and understandable audit deliverables (e.g., assurance reports/memos, advisory communication, audit committee material, etc.).
  • Review and finalize draft audit reports/memos to ensure work products provided to the GA as relevant, concise, factual and understandable.
  • Demonstrate organizational agility by knowing how the Firm works; how to get things done both through formal channels and informal network.  Understand the origin and reasoning behind key policies, practices and procedures; understand the culture of the Firm.
  • Identify the auditable entities that make up assigned line of business(es), and the related auditable units.  Determine the number of size of auditable units for the purpose of ensuring full coverage and adequate transparency to the Audit Committee.  Review and approve all Risk Assessments for my assigned line of business(es).
  • Maintain/develop balanced relationships with management: routinely meet with Senior Management to discuss current and future changes that may impact the risk profile and control infrastructure within the business.  Facilitate effective brainstorming with management and project how potential ideas may play out in mitigating risk and redefining the Firm's control environment.  Share with management key topics/information obtained from industry roundtables, seminars, current events, etc., that are relevant to meeting business objectives and managing risk.  Become the business' trust advisor, while still maintaining independence and objectivity.
  • Escalate significant audit issues, set direction/communicate proposed manner of resolution of audit issues and concerns that have a significant impact
  • Develop and maintain peer relationships with internal auditor groups/associations to share best practices
  • Assist external auditors in accomplishing their goals
  • Recruit, train, supervise and develop staff
  • Present audit results and recommendations to senior management
  • At least eight years of recent and relevant public accounting experience; exempt organization experience a plus.
  • Bachelor's degree in accounting required.
  • CPA required.
  • Exceptional project management, analytical, research, and written and verbal communication skills, coupled with the utmost attention to detail.
  • Ability to lead and develop staff.
  • Dedication to development and enhancement of team environment.
  • Ability to thrive and adapt in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
  • Ability to manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously and effectively and efficiently prioritize and meet deadlines.
  • Superior client service focus.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills.
Bachelor’s Degree Required
CPA/Eligible Designation Required
Required experience:
8+ years of experience required
For immediate consideration please send your Resume/CV to
Joe DiGennaro
1201 S. Orlando Avenue, Suite 440
Winter Park, FL 32789

T: 407-392-3128 | M: 407-917-7584

As a reminder, we can only represent candidates with recent public accounting experience. Thank you for understanding.