This position is part of the Audit & Controls LDP (Leadership Development Program). This is a 2-3 year rotational assignment where you will work on a variety of projects in operational areas of the Company. Upon completion of the program, candidates will ‘graduate’ to other departments in the organization.
The Manager, Audit & Controls is responsible for organizing, planning and leading multiple projects in any function, process, or business unit within the Company. The Manager is responsible for projects in all of the following areas: business process reviews, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, strategic risk assessments, process improvement, and special investigations.
The Manager’s responsibility includes forming project teams, structuring project deadlines, achieving project objectives, identifying resources and managing people and project budgets/expenses. Communicating effectively, analyzing data, drawing relevant conclusions and managing project teams are among the skills critical for Managers. Successful Audit & Controls Managers develop relationships with Associates across the organization to establish an effective communication flow and achieve role objectives.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Project Management: Identifies scope and objectives of project, Identifies and secures resource needs for project; Develops and executes high-level project plan; Manages Resources, deliverables, and timeline; Communicates status and results.
People Development: Assists in recruiting and hiring staff pool; Takes a leadership role in training, developing, and managing careers of staff pool.
Process Analysis/Problem Solving: Leads a team to identify, document, and communicate the underlying core and support processes that support a business strategy; Uses data/metrics to measure risk within processes and the impact of controls on process opportunities; Identifies sustainable solutions to fix process breakdowns.
Strategic Analysis: Gains understanding of the business; Identifies business strategies and objectives; Performs strategic risk assessments; Identify key business risks; Communicates results.
Change Management (Building Relationships): Accepts, leads and drives change with team by embracing and communicating the vision, assisting management with implementation of methods to ensure that the change lasts, prioritizes the changes into normal business practice, identifies and removes barriers to success.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Project Management experience in a corporate context
Able to maintain a high level of confidentiality and professionalism
Skill in developing multiple approaches to solving problems
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Ability to work independently with minimal direction
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