To conduct operational, financial, regulatory, and technical audits in order to assess risk and opportunities of Navy Federal’s operational, financial, regulatory, and technical activities. Ensure compliance with federal and state regulations and established internal policies and procedures.
• Plan, coordinate, and conduct operational, financial, regulatory, and technical audits in accordance with Navy Federal and industry audit standards • Act as Auditor-In-Charge on audits • Conduct preliminary research to document process narratives, workflows, and to identify key risks and controls • Coordinate announcement and kick-off of audit with senior management • Develop a risk-based audit work program designed to test identified controls • Coordinate with points of contact to obtain an understanding of established processes, procedures, and controls and request supporting evidence for testing • Perform audit testing by reviewing and analyzing audit evidence to determine compliance with policies and procedures and determine the operating effectiveness of controls under review within the time budgeted • Oversee project team members on assigned tasks by working with audit team to identify risks, develop audit programs, and resolve issues • Monitor progress of audits and report delays and issues in overall audit to management • Review and edit work papers of team members • Prepare audit documentation for senior management to address what auditing procedures were performed, controls tested, results of testing and findings • Develop recommendations to improve credit union processes, policies, and internal control procedures affecting overall operations • Identify risks within the department and/or organization and recommends revised effective and efficient processes • Develop solutions to strengthen controls, improve products/procedures/services, and aid management decisions • Partner with business areas to ensure corrective action plans are developed and implemented • Prepare final audit summary reports for senior management, the President/CEO, and the Supervisory Committee • Recommend improvements to audit processes • Lead, guide and mentor less experienced staff • Prepare trainings to enhance department knowledge during staff meetings • Stay abreast of and ensure compliance with applicable federal, state and industry laws, regulations and guidelines • Perform other duties as assigned
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00AM-5:00PM
• Bachelor’s degree in related field, or the equivalent combination of experience, education and training • Advanced knowledge of the internal audit function and processes, preferably in a financial institution • Significant knowledge of Internal Controls concepts and practices • Experience in managing cross-functional, multi-dimensional teams and projects of the highest complexity which have business risk and impact • Significant experience in creating, generating and maintaining data, reports, queries, etc. • Ability to maintain confidentiality and demonstrate integrity • Advanced relationship building, negotiation and facilitation skills • Advanced skill presenting findings, conclusions, alternatives and information clearly and concisely • Significant experience in managing multiple priorities independently and/or in a team environment to achieve goals • Advanced research, analytical, and problem solving skills • Advanced verbal and written communication skills • Advanced organizational, planning and time management skills • Advanced database and presentation software skills • Advanced word processing and spreadsheet software skills • Advanced skill to influence, negotiate and & persuade to reach agreeable exchange & positive outcomes • Significant experience working with all levels of staff, management, stakeholders, vendors • Advanced knowledge of project/program management processes and methodologies • Desired – Certified Internal Auditor (CIA) designation • Desired – Experience with credit union financials and/or regulations • Desired – Working Knowledge of NFCU products, services, programs, policies and procedures
Relocation expenses are negotiable.
About Navy Federal Credit Union
Navy Federal Credit Union is the world’s largest credit union with over 8 million members and over $90 billion in assets. As a credit union, we have members, not customers. We serve the men and women of the Armed Forces, the civilian employees of the Department of Defense, and their families. We deliver world-class service, rooted in the belief that it is an honor and privilege to serve our members. We are committed to providing our members outstanding products and services.
Navy Federal also offers a career, not just a job. We are proud of the robust total rewards package we offer to our employees, including competitive salaries, incentive programs, comprehensive medical, dental and vision benefits, retirement plans with employer match, award winning professional development programs, tuition assistance, paid leave, and work/life programs.
To view our current openings, please visit www.navyfederal.org. You can check the status of your application by contacting the Recruiting department at 844-252-3583 or via email at email@example.com.