Auditor - Global Assurance
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The Global Assurance Auditor conducts integrated internal audits and special reviews to provide assurance regarding the existence and effectiveness of financial, operational, and technology internal controls. The Auditor executes routine audit assignments in accordance with accepted professional and departmental standards and prepares formal written reports to management summarizing audit results.
As an Auditor, you will be part of an audit team comprised of a Senior Director, Audit Manager, and two or three auditors to perform six to eight audits annually, often concurrently, in various CME subject and processes areas. Your professional skepticism and ability to efficiently understand and deconstruct processes will allow you to identify and asses risk.
You will use your strong oral and written communication skills to professionally conduct interviews with our business partners and clearly and accurately document results of your tests. You will present the results of your testing with your team to draw conclusions on the overall level of risk within the scope area. During your time in GA, you will be provided opportunities to build your audit knowledge with the goal of obtaining an audit certification within two years of joining. Principle Accountabilities:
Create accurate, logical and detailed work-papers clearly describing the work performed, results of testing and conclusions reached.
Maintain positive and collaborative business relationships with GA's clients (auditees) and business partners (e.g., other internal risk management functions) to support effective and efficient audit execution.
Execute normal to complex audits to assess the adequacy and effectiveness of internal controls, verify compliance with corporate policies and procedures, and identify opportunities to enhance operating efficiencies and/or reduce costs.
Partner with more senior members of the GA team to provide recommendations to management for strengthening controls and work with management to develop acceptable solutions to mitigate risk.
Participate in the development of written reports detailing the results of the audit.
Build knowledge of the CME's operations, including policies and procedures and any applicable regulatory requirements. Required Qualifications:
Minimum one year of experience conducting financial, operational, technology audits.
Bachelor's degree with significant coursework in Accounting, Business, Information Systems, or Computer Science.
Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and GRC systems (e.g., Archer, TeamMate), or similar electronic workpaper management tool. Desired Qualifications:
Experience with data analysis tools (e.g., Tableau, ACL, Business Objects).
CPA, CIA, CFE or relevant certification preferred or in progress.
Understanding of various governance frameworks and standards such as COSO or CFTC Regulations.