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We Offer Financial Auditors are responsible for planning, performing and reporting the results of product-line and functional audits using the Audit Department's risk based audit approach. Work is performed under the direction of Financial Audit Managers, with close collaboration with other audit team members, including IT audit, as part of an integrated audit approach, and may include individual or multiple auditor assignments.
The role involves:
Comprehensive risk assessment and engagement planning. This entails obtaining an in-depth understanding of each business and/or function being audited, identification and assessment of risks (including understanding the manner in which such risks are controlled and the audit approach required to ensure controls are appropriately designed and operating effectively) and preparing documentation (workpapers, planning memorandum and audit program) that reflects the aforementioned information and assessments.
Proactive engagement in the creation of a dynamic risk assessment tool which uses data to provide a current (and predicted) view of control effectiveness across the organization.
Executing audit work across various businesses and functions front to back. This encompasses execution of the planned approach for audits (regional, global, thematic, and functional) in a team-based environment, interacting closely with various levels of staff, including IT auditors, and management throughout the Bank.
Developing, presenting and finalizing audit reports. This process entails initial drafting of the report, discussion with management to ensure factual accuracy and clearance and coordination with Management to obtain written responses to Audit's recommendations.
Leveraging the Internal Audit team's hybrid practice model structure which fosters skillset specialization without silos.
Enhancing your audit skillset using Credit Suisse's Audit Academy training which allows for knowledge to be accumulated and deployed efficiently across the audit universe.
Mentoring new hires to aid in their acclimation to the Bank and the manner in which the Department operates.
Participating in the recruitment of other Financial Auditors.
Supervising and/or supporting less experienced Auditors on multiple auditor assignments.
Performing administrative duties as it relates to key responsibilities and participating in special projects as delegated by Department Management.
Developing and maintaining relationships with Bank Staff and Management to facilitate proactive assessment of the Bank's risk profile through Continuous Risk Monitoring and career development.
Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.
You Offer The role requires:
Undergraduate degree in Accounting, Business Administration or related areas (MBA or equivalent a plus).
4-10 years work experience; financial services experience preferred, but not required.
Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or internationally recognized Chartered Accountant (CA) designations (must be a U.S. specific certification accompanying U.S. specific work experience).
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Solid organizational and time management skills in order to meet audit deadlines.
Ability to work independently and within a team environment.
Analytical skills and professional skepticism.
Willingness to travel (10-15% annually).
Highly motivated, pro-active and results oriented professional.