The Vice President for Audit provides strategic vision and prioritization for the Office of Audit and serves as the Airports Authority’s technical expert in the internal audit function.
Works under the administrative supervision of the President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and the Chair of the Board of Directors.
Serves in the Office of Audit at the Headquarters Office in Arlington, VA.
Develops an overall internal annual audit plan, including an annual risk assessment by assessing all audit requirements.
Evaluates controls, recommends improvements, and reports results to the Risk Management Committee of the Board and the President and CEO.
Directly and through subordinate staff, oversees the implementation of a broad, risk-based audit plan to provide assurance that the Airports Authority has an effective system of internal controls encompassing financial, administrative, and information management (including information technology). Performs related functions.
A Bachelor's Degree in Finance, Accounting, or Economics, or related field.
Ten years of progressively responsible experience in auditing, with an emphasis on accounting.
Eight of the ten years of experience must include preparing or reviewing internal and external financial statements and reports; preparing audit policies and plans, including risk assessments; conducting internal or external audits; assessing fiscal controls, policies, and practices of an organization; and implementing Government Accounting Standards Board standards, IRS regulations, Federal government contracting and reporting requirements, and IIA Standards.
Must have experience as a second level or higher supervisor of auditing professionals.
Comprehensive knowledge of and ability to apply auditing standards and methods (including Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA) International Standards for the Professional Practice of Internal Auditing, Generally Accepted Government Auditing Standards, Generally Accepted Auditing Standards, and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles) to routine and non-routine auditing; developing risk assessments and internal audit plans; and conducting and reporting the results of internal audits of financial statements, contracting, and fixed assets accounting.
Ability to perform complex analyses of data and information and make recommendations.
A background security investigation will be required for all new hires.
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About Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority
The Airports Authority operates a two-airport system Reagan National and Dulles International airports, which provides domestic and international air service for the mid-Atlantic region. The Airports Authority's structure includes central administration, airports management and operations, and police and fire departments. In addition to operating Reagan National and Dulles, the Airports Authority is responsible for the daily operation, maintenance and control of the Dulles Toll Road, along with the management of the Dulles Corridor Metrorail project to extend Metrorail service to Dulles Airport and Loudoun County.