Deloitte Federal Internal Audit Staff in Arlington, Virginia

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Primary Duties:

Assist with addressing regulatory and operational risks associated with our significant Federal Government Services (FGS) practice by completing internal audits of our Federal Practice using DCAA and other applicable programs/materials to prepare the U.S. Firms business systems for regulatory audits by the DCAA and other Federal regulatory bodies and to address operational risks of the business.

Responsibilities:

  • Internal audit testing of the U.S. Firms business systems Perform detailed testing and analysis through the completion of internal audits using audit programs published by the DCAA and other Federal regulatory bodies, as well as understanding and differentiating between the U.S. Firms accounting policies and practices against the different requirements for government cost based accounting practices.

  • Interaction with the U.S Firms Chief Audit Executive and other Internal Audit team members - This will include working with IA management regarding evaluating and interpreting audit results, working with IA leadership in reporting to FGS leadership and the Finance and Audit Committee of the Board, and working with the IT Audit Director on coordination of IT related matters.

  • Status Monitoring and Reporting Provide regular status reports to management regarding the progress towards completion of the audit testing. Status is crucial to monitoring critical paths to completion.

  • Project Reporting Interpret audit results and develop recommendations for improvement to management. Consult with other team members on recommendations and provide input for audit reports.

  • Handling of confidential data Must discreetly and judiciously handle confidential data in accordance with U.S. Firms policies.

  • Personal and Professional Development Participate in opportunities that enhance personal and professional growth and the accomplishment of career objectives. Act as a role model for audit team members. Stay current with emerging issues affecting federal regulations and the internal auditing profession.

Primary Qualifications:

  • The following attributes are all required:

  • College degree with emphasis in finance and accounting.

  • At least three years of experience applying federal government compliance regulations (e.g., FAR and CAS), working directly with the DCAA preferred, including three years of relevant experience within accounting/finance, financial systems.

  • At least three years moderate to advanced computer application skills in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Excel, PowerPoint and Word. Knowledge of database applications (e.g., Access, SQL, and Oracle) is a plus.

  • Strong background in auditing techniques and/or computer control environments.

  • Prior experience identifying controls, developing and executing test plans

  • Written and oral communications skills necessary to work across numerous organizational units and layers, as well as required reporting to management.

  • Ability to motivate others, with strong analytical and organizational skills.

  • Apply effectively a disciplined and focused work approach; keen attention to accuracy and detail is a must.

  • Exemplary integrity and personal accountability

  • CPA, CIA, CISA, or similar certification preferred; eligibility and plan for obtaining certification required.

    Other

  • Some travel may be required between Hermitage, TN and Rosslyn VA (up to 10%).

  • Individual must be self-motivated and capable of making independent decisions and applying judgments that directly impact accuracy of reports.

  • Coordination across non-supervised teams is critical to overall success.

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Category: Accounting & Auditing