Advisor, Enterprise Audit Services
Posted Date 29 minutes ago(11 / 5 / 2019 11 : 17 AM) System ID 2019-9660 # Positions 1 Position Type and Status Regular Full-
time Job Industry Risk Management Career Level Experienced Post End Date 11 / 19 / 2019 11 : 59 PM Min CAD $89,635.00 / Yr.
Max CAD $112,042.00 / Yr.
Advisor, Enterprise Audit Services
Enterprise Risk & Audit Services Corporate Services
The Region of Peel has undergone a major transformation during the past few decades as a dynamic, urban community with a vibrant economic base.
Planning for and supporting the changing and aging demographic of our community to thrive over the next 25 years will be an immense task and opportunity.
Our goal is to build a community for life that ensures our future Peel is a healthy, safe and connected community, based on the cornerstones of collaboration, innovation and environmental sustainability.
In the role of Advisor, Enterprise Audit Services your impact will be felt as you lead the Quality Assurance and Improvement Program for the Internal Audit activity, work with the director to manage the Fraud Prevention Program, monitor the progress of the performance measures for the internal audit activity and enterprise risk management and oversee the semi-
annual follow up process on the status of management action plans.
In this role you will be responsible for :
Quality Assurance and Improvement Program
Develop and execute an internal assessment process to monitor and periodically assess the internal audit activity to help ensure conformance with the mandatory elements of the International Professional Practice Framework (IPPF)
Lead the coordination of the external assessment including project manage the process in partnership with Enterprise Risk and Audit Services staff up to and including drafting the report for the Executive Leadership Team and the Audit and Risk Committee
Lead the maintenance of the Enterprise Risk and Audit Services manual, ensuring it properly reflects the related professional standards, current practices of the Enterprise Risk and Audit Services division, and industry best practices
Develop and continuously refine the corporate wide risk assessment methodology for the annual audit work plan development process
Fraud Prevention Program
Contract manage the third-party service provider for the employee reporting line
In coordination with Human Resources and Legal Services, review complaints to the employee reporting line for follow up
Conduct the annual fraud survey and develop the annual fraud report for reporting to the Audit and Risk Committee
Conduct periodic inherent fraud risk assessments of Regional programs and services to develop the fraud risk profile of the Region and to inform the risk-based work plan
Review and update the Fraud Prevention Policy as required
Maintain and oversee the updates to the fraud on-line education tool for employees, administrative forms such as the workplace investigation confidentiality attestation and fraud investigation protocol
Lead in the promotion of fraud prevention education and outreach activities
Monitor and assess the progress of the Enterprise Risk and Audit Services business plan
Working with the coordinator, refine and maintain the audit effectiveness survey including reviewing the results and suggest process improvements
Conduct research on trends in the governance, risks and controls field and share findings with the Enterprise Risk and Audit Services team
Oversee the status of management action plans follow up process including working with the coordinator to develop and finalize the report to the Executive Leadership Team and the Audit and Risk Committee
Prepare the four-year common themes report for reporting to the Audit and Risk Committee
Where applicable, develop and present reports to the Audit and Risk Committee
Participate in the promotion of governance, risk management and internal controls education and outreach activities, such as fraud awareness and Internal Audit Awareness days
Professional designation as a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)
Post-secondary degree in a related field (business, science)
Professional accounting, engineering, project management, process improvement designation or other post bachelor degree, professional designation or certification
Professional designation as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) or Certified Government Auditing Professional (CGAP) considered an asset
Minimum five years’ experience in the execution of broad scope operational or performance audit and consulting projects, preferably in a municipal or government setting
Comprehensive knowledge of all aspects of auditing principles, practices and professional standards
Comprehensive knowledge of risk management and internal control frameworks
Knowledge of investigation skills and processes
Ability to effectively communicate with senior management on sensitive issues
Ability to write clear and concise reports and make formal presentations to senior management and elected officials