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The Johnston County Internal Audit Department has an immediate opening for an Internal Auditor I. Join us in bringing a systematic, disciplined, approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of the county's financial operations.

Located in the eastern half of North Carolina and part of the Research Triangle Region, Johnston County is part of the fastest growing region of the state with a... population of over 216,000 residents.

Hiring salary range is commensurate with experience and excellent benefits package available.

Benefits include health, dental, vision, retirement,401k, paid holidays, sick leave, and more. To learn more, visit www.myjcbenefits.com

Final candidates subject to background check (includes criminal and motor vehicle records).
• Please document all work history relevant to the position for which you are applying. Determination of qualifying for the position and salary may be based on years of experience listed on the application itself, not in supplemental documents attached. Failure to document complete work history may affect qualification determination and salary. Electronic applications cannot be amended once submitted.

Duties and Responsibilities: An employee in this class is responsible for evaluating internal controls related to cash handling, revenue collection and expenditure procedures to ensure effectiveness for all Johnston County departments; to create an environment conducive to these controls and to monitor fiscal activity for compliance; to prepare related reports and records, and to perform related duties as assigned. This position works within a general outline of work to be performed, and develops work methods and sequences under general supervision.

Duties and Responsibilities:

• Participates in planning meetings for assigned audits where the team discusses audit risk and designs audit procedures to address the risks.

• Conducts internal financial and operational audits covering all segments of the County to determine the adequacy of internal controls and compliance with policies, procedures, and regulations; and compliance of financial transactions with existing laws, contracts, and generally accepted accounting principles.

• Performs detailed testing and analysis of processes, transactions, and controls to identify areas of improvement.

• Prepares findings and audit reports that provide timely, useful, and actionable information and recommendations to help improve County government.

• Reviews and reconciles accounts and inventories maintained by the County.

• Prepares annual Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements of County fire departments.

• Conducts investigations of allegations of fraud, waste and abuse. Interviews personnel and reviews documentation.

• Attends trainings, meetings, workshops, conferences, etc., as necessary to maintain job knowledge and skills

• Communicates work product results and project status updates routinely with all members of Internal Audit Department.

Additional Duties:

Assists with FEMA duties as needed.

Performs related tasks as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Knowledge of governance, risk management, internal controls, and/or laws and regulations applicable to area of assignment.

Ability to understand internal and/or government auditing standards.

Ability to follow work programs and instructions; and/or perform test work.

Ability to confirm accuracy, integrity, and conformance to rules, regulations and standards.

Ability to recognize deficiencies in controls or other weaknesses.

Ability to recognize routine problems and identify reportable issues.

Ability to work cooperatively and develop positive working relationships throughout the County.

Ability to express oneself in a clear, concise, and effective manner in oral and written communications.

Ability to manage confidential matters.

Some knowledge of data analytics.

Desired Education and Experience: Minimum qualifications include a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration or directly related field. In lieu of a degree, 5-7 years of internal and/or external auditing experience may suffice
Smithfield NC United States

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