ERM Senior Auditor

Jun 14 2018
Servco Pacific Inc |Honolulu|Full Time
Job Description

Servco Pacific Inc. (Servco) is Hawaii’s largest privately held company with over $1.5 billion in annual revenues. Founded in 1919 (as a two-car repair garage in Haleiwa), we now have over 2,000 team members spanning the Pacific in our automotive, insurance services, appliance distribution, and investment divisions. Our growing company has operations in Australia, Hawaii, and the U.S. West Coast. Servco is one of the Top 20 largest automotive dealer groups based in the U.S. and it has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work in Hawaii” for 14 consecutive years since that award’s inception. 

We have an excellent growth opportunity for a seasoned audit and risk professional willing to invest in a changing organization experiencing continued growth within and outside the U.S. Reporting to the Assistant Director of Risk Management & Audit - Hawaii, this position is responsible for the following major areas:

Position responsibilities:
1. Assist the Director and Assistant Director of Corporate Risk Management & Audit in the development and ongoing execution of the enterprise risk assessment and risk-based audit projects. Ensure timely completion of assigned projects.
2. Independently conduct audits of operational, compliance, and information technology (IT)-related risk areas, including developing scope, documenting processes and testing plans, evaluating controls, analyzing results, and communicating recommendations. Perform walkthroughs, document processes and test design/operating effectiveness of internal controls. Conduct exit meetings with the business units to interpret the significance of audit observations, conclude on findings and suggest value added recommendations to improve systems and processes. Produce formal reports to communicate results and observations to management in a comprehensive and easily understandable manner. Manage follow-up of open audit issues and facilitate agreement with business process owners to ensure timely closure of action plans.
3. Works in cross-functional teams (including process team, process owners, Technology, Accounting and Finance) to help provide controls and risk mitigation expertise and suggest improvements or alternatives to address control gaps.  Develop and maintain productive working relationships.
4. Assist external auditors with performing internal control testing to increase internal audit leverage during financial audit.
5. Ad hoc projects as assigned.

• Bachelor’s degree in Accounting or Finance.
• CIA, CPA, CISA or other relevant certification is required.
• Minimum 4 to 6 years experience, working as an auditor for a public accounting or professional services firm (Big 4 a plus)
• Work experience with a multi-national company and/or with a company that complies with Sarbanes Oxley a plus.
• Knowledge of COBIT and COSO principles, internal audit standards, accounting principles, practices and procedures on manual and automated systems.
• Strong computer skills (especially MS Office products). Knowledge in data mining tools is a plus.
• Strong project management skills with the ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines.
• Ability to quickly adapt to changing environments and project expectations.
• Ability to research and interpret technical literature.
• Possess strong intellectual curiosity and business acumen.
• Possess strong qualitative risk based thinking and problem-solving skills
• Ability to travel approx. 25-35% of the time (within US and internationally)
• Strong verbal and written communication skills across all levels of the organization.
• Strong interpersonal skills with ability to build relationships and establish trust, respect and confidence.


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An Equal Opportunity Employer