Manager, Investigations and Special Projects | Yale University - Military Veterans

at HERC - Metro New York & Southern Connecticut

New Haven, Connecticut

1. Develops models describing requirements for systems which serve as the standard for the evaluation of department systems. 2. Identifies and organizes the relevant system facts; evaluates the system for the existence of essential controls. 3. Makes recommendations to improve systems. Assists management in the creation and implementation of feasible solutions. 4. Plans, organizes, and conducts internal operational and financial audits. Conduct interviews of department personnel. 5. Examines departmental documentation; verifying the departmental processing procedures. 6. Develops and publicizes standards models for various types of systems. Document discrepancies and prepares reports detailing audit findings for department head. 7. Influences the development of policies and procedures for the University through the effective prevention of the audit results to administration. 8. Protects the University through an accurate analysis of information obtained during the audit process and by minimizing the University's exposure to risk. Preferred Education:   Experience conducting financial and operational audits and knowledge of the University's policies, procedures and financial systems; CPA, CIA, or CFE. Experience conducting investigative audits. Experience conducting financial and operational audits and knowledge of the University's policies, procedures and financial systems. Preferred Education, Experience and Skills:   Experience conducting financial and operational audits and knowledge of the University's policies, procedures and financial systems; CPA, CIA, or CFE. Experience conducting investigative audits. Experience conducting financial and operational audits and knowledge of the University's policies, procedures and financial systems. Posting Position Title:   Auditor 3 Required Skill/ability 3:   Developed negotiating, organizational and oral and written communication skills. Developed analytical, financial analysis and research skills. Work Week:   Standard (M-F equal number of hours per day) University Job Title:   Manager, Investigations and Special Projects Required Skill/ability 1:   Knowledge of generally accepted accounting and audit principles. Ability to handle difficult and sensitive matters with the highest level of confidentiality and discretion. Required Skill/ability 4:   Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work well in a team environment. Ability to work effectively with the staff and management of the departments or areas under audit. Ability to work on multiple projects concurrently and independently. Required Skill/ability 2:   Experience/proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word and other computer-based accounting and financial applications. Knowledge of local, state and federal laws and regulations applicable to business operations. Bachelor's degree in finance, accounting or business administration and seven years of previous managerial and professional experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

New Haven, Connecticut

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