Planning financial audits by understandingorganization objectives, structure, policies, processes, internalcontrols, and external regulations;
identifying risk areas;preparing audit scope and objectives; preparing auditprograms.
Assessing compliance withfinancial regulations and controls by executing audit programsteps; testing general ledger, account balances, balance sheets,income statements, and related financial statements;
examining andanalyzing records, reports, operating practices, anddocumentation.
Assessing risks and internalcontrols by identifying areas of non-compliance; evaluating manualand automated financial processes;
identifying process weaknessesand inefficiencies and operational issues.
Completing audit work papers and memoranda by documenting audittests and findings.
Communicating auditprogress and findings by providing information in status meetings;highlighting unresolved issues; reviewing working papers;
preparingfinal audit reports.
Improving protection byrecommending changes in management monitoring, assessment, andmotivational practices, in the internal control structure, and inoperating processes; identifying root causes.
Supporting external auditors by coordinating informationrequirements.
Providing financial controlinformation by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data andtrends.
Protecting an organization'sreputation by keeping information confidential.
Updating job knowledge by participating in educationalopportunities; reading professional publications; maintainingpersonal networks;
participating in professionalorganizations.
Contributing to team resultsby welcoming new and different work requirements; exploring newopportunities to add value to the organization;
helping othersaccomplish related job results as and where needed.
Collecting and analyzing data to detect deficientcontrols, duplicated effort, extravagance, fraud, or non-compliancewith laws, regulations, and management policies.
Preparing detailed reports on audit findings.
Review data about material assets, net worth,liabilities, capital stock, surplus, income, andexpenditures.
Supervising auditing ofestablishments and determining the scope of investigationrequired.
Preparing, analyzing, andverifying annual reports, financial statements, and other records,using accepted accounting and statistical procedures to assessfinancial condition and facilitate financialplanning.