Plans, organizes, and conducts financial, operational, and compliance audits in accordance with the annual audit plan, including Sarbanes-Oxley testing. Evaluates the adequacy, effectiveness, and efficiency of internal control processes and policies that ensure the accuracy of financial statements, safeguard company assets, and mitigate financial, operational, and compliance risks to the Company. Helps meet strategic initiatives and objectives by providing assurance and business solutions to management and taking a collaborative, risk-based approach to audits.
Evaluates the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls and policies that safeguard company assets and ensure financial statement accuracy, operational effectiveness, and regulatory compliance, including Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
Plans audit projects by developing objectives, procedures, data analytics, and scope; Creates and completes audit test plans, programs, and workpapers.
Conducts and documents testing according to department policies, standards, and best business practices.
Meets assigned audit project deadlines and achieves planned objectives; routinely communicates project status to management and tracks project time.
Prepares clear, concise, and objective audit reports of findings, observations, and recommendations for management, including executive summaries; distributes reports to facility, regional, division, and support center personnel and management; ensures the adequacy of management’s corrective action plans.
Presents audit findings to auditees and management by conducting exit conferences.
Builds and maintains strong relationships with audit team, auditees, and management.
Stays abreast of company initiatives, business operations, and control processes.
Maintains and expands knowledge of emerging healthcare, accounting, and auditing trends, concepts, and techniques.
Assists the public accounting firm in performing their audits of the company as needed.
Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Finance, or other business-related field.
Master’s degree or other advanced education is preferred.
CPA, CIA, or CISA certification preferred.
2-4 years experience in accounting, auditing or finance.
Affiliation with one of the following professional organizations preferred: Institute of Internal Auditors, American Institute of CPAs, National Association of Accountants, and Hospital Financial Management Association (HFMA).
Depending on a candidate’s qualifications, this position may be filled at a different level.
Kindred Healthcare, ranked as one of Fortune magazine's Most Admired Healthcare companies for eight years, is the nation's largest provider of post-acute care, enabling us to meet the health and wellness needs for Americans from hospital to home.